Heartland of Rajasthan
Royal Resemblance of Rajasthan represents the Indian Kingdom with charm and beauty yet, it's also very unique. Enthralling, historical Jaipur has Jal Mahal, Amber Fort, Jantar-Mantar, Hawa Mahal, Albert Hall (Central Museum), Nahargarh Fort. Jaipur holds a special place in everyone’s heart every traveler will enjoy the stay at the old halevis in the region.
The lake at Pushkar has an incredible historical and religious magnitude. Pushkar is also famous for the camel safaris in the desert sand dunes.
Accommodation with breakfast in the selected hotels on twin or triple sharing basis.
Meal Plan as per the itinerary.
Assisstance of driver cum guide.
All transfers and sightseeing by Air conditioned vehicle.
Driver allowance, Fuel charges, Parking, Toll, Interstate tax etc.
International airfare and airport taxes.
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Places to see at Rajasthan
Rajasthan is a princely state and so is its state capital. It is also celebrated as the Pink City of India because of the unique pink and saffron color buildings it homes. It is a bespoke marvel of Indian architecture and represents the building made as per Vastu Shastra. You can enjoy the camel ride, eat delicious food and admire the incredible forts while you are in Jaipur.
The Venice of the East, Udaipur is one amazing city of lakes. It was founded in 1553 and has the prints of the royal empire of Sisodiya Rajputs. The buildings are made in Rajputana style architecture and are a must to see sights. The Foothills of Aravalli Mountains make Udaipur a dream land for the honeymooners and the nature lovers.
Known as the Sun City, Jodhpur is the most extra-ordinary place to spend your vacations. It has many hill forts and palaces. The amazing Indian architecture adds the cherry on the cake.
The mesmerizing view that Jaisalmer has in the day light make it named as Golden City. It is located in the heart of the Thar Dessert. The buildings of the city are made of golden colored sandstones which make them gel up with the dessert’s sand. It is basically a walled city and reportedly the biggest forts in the world.
This Hindu pilgrimage is located at the shore of the Pushkar lake which was made by the tears of lord Shiva. The town is renowned for the ghats and temples it homes, the water of the lake is considered sacred as per the Hindu mythology.
It is the only hill station of the state. It is situated in the Aravali hills and is holds lots of religious and historical significance. It has many picnic spots and offers you the lush green hills to trek and admire the nature.
Things to do at Rajasthan
When in Jaisalmer you must try dune bashing for a punch of adrenaline. Sitting on your safari and aiming to bash a sand dune all you feel is excited and enthralled.
2.Gypsy Snake Dance
The Kalbeliya tribe of Jodhpur offers you an amazing experience of lifetime to witness the hypnotic performance. The bravery of the tribal men and the mesmerizing dance of the tribal women on the flute tune are just awe-inspiring.
Yes, Rajasthan do have water and you can enjoy speed boating in it. The Fateh Sagar Lake is the perfect spot to have some water-motor sport. It is indeed a rejuvenating experience.
4.Trekking in Alwar
Alwar is one place that is blessed with lush green hills and trekking is the perfect thing to explore them. The most popular trekking trail is Sariska- Alwar- Amber trek.
5.Watch Puppet Show
You cannot afford to miss the puppet show in Rajasthan. The beautiful puppets narrate the local stories and legends and also dance on the local folk tunes.
6.Take a Dessert Safari
You may choose a jeep or a camel ride to explore the Thar dessert and peek a boo in the daily life of the local people. Indeed an opportunity to seep in the rich culture and traditions of Rajasthan.