Rajasthan Tours

Rajasthan is a regal state of arid deserts and surprising small provinces, located in India’s northwest and bordering Pakistan along its Western boundary. The seemingly unhospitable Land of Kings draws on sand-trapped areas, including the Thar Desert, an arid and whipping entry into the top 20 global desert giants.

Things to do in Rajasthan

  • 1Feed, ride and bathe with elephants in Jaipur.
  • 2Learn how to cook read Indian food in Jodphur
  • 3Be entranced by the Dilwara Jain Temple on Mount Abu
  • 4Explore the unforgettable Kumbahlgarh Fort
  • 5Relax in Keoladeo Ghana National Park

Must-See Places

  • The Thar Desert
  • The Aravalli Range
  • Udaipur to witness the Mewar Kingdom
  • The Forts, monuments and gardens of Jaipur

If a dusty top twenty isn’t enough, the Aravalli Range is an ancient map of fold mountains, a collection of modest peaks worn down by a millennia of climate patterns – millions of years ago, they rivalled the Himalaya ranges of today.

Rajasthan is a region of heavy hitters, geographical delights and surprising townships, with attractions abound to entertain tourists on repeat Rajasthan tours. Uncover the romance of Udaipur, the historic capital of a defunct Mewar kingdom, and walk the halls of depilated palaces or floating kingdoms.

If the civilised heartbeat appeals to the senses, Jaipur offers an urban box of World Heritage Sites, forts, monuments, temples and gardens; the city boasts a cultural cross-section of gastronomic experiences, performing arts and festivals for every season.

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