Destinations

Rajasthan Tour Destinations

Located in the northwestern region of India, Rajasthan majorly comprises of large, hostile tracts of Indian Desert. The state shares its borders with Pakistan in West, Gujarat in Southwest, Madhya Pradesh in Southeast, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana in Northeast and Punjab in North. Endowed with rich history Rajasthan tour destinations exhibit the colourful spectra of cultural heritage and ancient Indian style of living. Its villages have rich and multi-layered folk culture which is often portrayed as important landmark symbols of Rajasthan. Rajasthan has also given a number of classical music and dance forms with its own distinctive stamp which forms the rich cultural panorama of the state.

Though a large part of Rajasthan is swallowed by desert yet it has patches of greenery which grow flowers and trees and give a green cover to the state. The half desert state of India is home to several national parks wild life sanctuaries and provides shelter to some of the rare bird species and other beautiful wild beasts particularly tiger.

Rajasthan tourist destinations are also popular for majestic forts, intricately designed temples and well adorned havelis constructed by Rajput kings. The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur, also popular as the 'Pink City' is home to some of the memorable monuments like Jantar Mantar, Dilwara Temples, Chittorgarh Fort Lake Palace etc. Jaipur is also popular for its ancient residences constructed of sandstone with clear dominance of shades of pink.

Ajmer, on the other hand has exquisite white marbled bara-dari on the Anasagar Lake. Brilliantly designed Jain Temples dot the landscape of Rajasthan and houses Dilwara Temples in Mount Abu and Ranakpur’s Lord Adinath Temples in Pali district. Jain Temples are also found in the precincts of Chittor, Jaisalmer and Kumbhalgarh. Karni Mata Temple of Bikaner is also an archetype of magnificently designed temple. The holy shrines are other major Rajasthan tourist destinations.

This airy and hot climatic desert state of India is the land of colorful and exuberant festivals and fairs which are hugely popular amongst foreigners as well. The kaleidoscopic affair of fairs and festivals has turned into an integral part of Rajasthan tours destination. These events not only give the people a welcome break from the daily chores and are eagerly awaited by masses. Many of these festivals also witness the staging of fairs and are particularly looked up by traders. Some of the fairs like Pushkar fair enjoy great popularity and people from far and wide throng to soak in the carnival spirit of the extravaganza.

It is the assimilation of all the above features that make Rajasthan tour destinations special and give it a soul. Indeed it is the uniqueness of the state that people come to savor. The people of Rajasthan who are equally tough like the tough environ they encounter have a softer, tender side to them as they welcome the tourists with open arms and expose them to some of the exquisite destinations in their glorious state. Indeed, the friendliness and caring and sharing attitude of its people make Rajasthan endearing and a place worth visiting again and again.

Jaipur


Immersed in the pink charm Jaipur city flirts with romanticized architectural testimonies of past and vivacious culture. The fastest growing city of Rajasthan was the first planned city of India founded by Sawai Jai Singh during the eighteenth century. The city is the part of popular tour circuit of north India "Golden Triangle Tour" and hosts large number of heritage sites such as City Palace, Amber fort, Jantar - Mantar, Hawa Mahal and so on.

Jodhpur


Jodhpur, the second largest city of Rajasthan is popularly referred as Sun City as it receives ample sunlight throughout the year and also known by the name of 'Blue City' for being housing blue painted houses in the premises of Mehrangarh Fort. The city populace thrives outside the fort as well. Jodhpur acquires the central area in Rajasthan's geography thus regarded as ideal location to approach various destinations of Rajasthan.

Udaipur


Udaipur is known by the names "Vince of East" and "Lake City" as it harbors the numerous artificial and natural lakes, the most famous among them are Fateh Sagar Lake and Lake Pichola. Udaipur city was strategically built at higher platform of Aravalli ranges to avoid enemy attack. It flaunts the some of spectacular sites such as City Palace complex architected on the bank of Lake Pichola.

Jaisalmer


The Golden city" of India, Jaisalmer was founded by Maharaja Jaisal Singh. Peach 575 Kms away from state capital Jaisalmer houses a fort called "Sonar Qila" (Golden Castle) on yellowish ridge of sandstone. In the lap of golden city lies numerous havelies, palaces and temples of Hindu and Jain community. Being located amidst Thar Desert, Jaisalmer has been evolved as popular tourist excursion site.

Bikaner


Bikaner is a city in Rajasthan that sits in the northwest region. Founded by Rao Bika during the fifteenth century and now it's a fifth largest city of the Bikaner. The city is famous for Usta & Chadhwa Art, sweets and snacks, PATA culture, wool production, camel research farm and off course humble rustic folks. Some of the famous attractions of Bikaner are Junagarh Fort, Laxmi Niwas Palace, Maru Nayak Ji, Karni Mata Temple and Camel Festival.

Chittorgarh


The history of Chittorgarh is as fascinating as its location: Brimmed with tales of chivalry and heroism the fort of Chittorgarh takes pride in narrating the tales of mighty maharajas. It was the site where Rani Padmini committed Jauhar for the sake of her dignity and honour. The massive fortress of Chittorgarh is counted as the second largest after the Great Wall of China and house attractions like Rana Kumbha's Palace and Rani Padmini's Palace.

Deogarh


On the right banks of Betwa River approx. 38 Kms Northeast of Udaipur sits a scenic village Deogarh. The higher altitude location of 638 meters from sea level keeps the town cool in comparison to other regions of Rajasthan. It was the estate of Chundawat Rajputs during the medieval eras and now famous for mystic environment, miniature paintings, Deogarh Mahal (Heritage Hotel), Dashavatar Temple and Manastambha.

Mount Abu


Mount Abu is an Oasis in the hot and humid climatic condition of Rajasthan. The only hill station located on the rocky plateau of Arravali ranges in half desert state of India. Mount Abu is the home to Rajasthan's highest peak "Guru Shikhar". In the serene surrounding of stunning hill station Holy shrines of Hindu and Jain community are nestled including the very famous Dilwara Temples. A 14th century Achalgarh fort too occupies the prominent space in hill station.

Bundi


A tranquil and calm city situated far from the chaotic crowd of metropolis. This oasis of desert has attracted many internationally acclaimed personalities such as Rudyard Kipling, Rabindra Nath Tagore and Satyajit Ray. The main allurements of Bundi are aesthetic stepwells and miniature paintings. Taragarh Fort, Shikar Burj & Jait Sagar, Bundi Palace and Phool Sagar are other enchantments of Bundi.

Barmer


Barmer is a city in Rajasthan located at a distance of 153 Kms away from Jaisalmer. The city is famous for furniture, block printing, woodcarving, embroidered items, carpets and items of interior decoration. One can shop of embroidered items in Sardar Bazar and woodcarvings in station road. Besides, Barmer hosts reminiscent of Juna Barmer and three Jain temples which are in ruin condition.

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Testimonial

I booked a travel package of Rajasthan for me and my friend. It was a 15 day trip of India's desert state. Most of the cities we visited were well connected with national highways, providing us the easy accessibility of various places. However, some areas were congested making for us difficult to reach on time that may be because of development works on going on places. We loved our heritage hotel stays at Jaipur and Udaipur. We enjoyed the excursions of remote villages and desert. Good execution of trip.

Samuel, Newyork

I booked a travel package of Rajasthan for me and my friend. It was a 15 day trip of India's desert state. Most of the cities we visited were well connected with national highways, providing us the easy accessibility of various places. However, some areas were congested making for us difficult to reach on time that may be because of development works on going on places. We loved our heritage hotel stays at Jaipur and Udaipur. We enjoyed the excursions of remote villages and desert. Good execution of trip.

JHON

I booked a travel package of Rajasthan for me and my friend. It was a 15 day trip of India's desert state. Most of the cities we visited were well connected with national highways, providing us the easy accessibility of various places. However, some areas were congested making for us difficult to reach on time that may be because of development works on going on places. We loved our heritage hotel stays at Jaipur and Udaipur. We enjoyed the excursions of remote villages and desert. Good execution of trip.

JHON