Rajasthan Itinerary

Located in the north-western part of India, Rajasthan is a geographically diverse region that can fascinate you every moment. See color runs riot in the land of the Kings, battle-scarred forts, places of grandeur steeped in spirituality and history. Wander through the Royal Ruins! Rajasthan is the life of India, the essence of our country. The colorful, lively, and traditional state of India has rich culture and history. Rajasthan has more history than the rest of India put together. There is a reason it’s called the “Land of Kings”.

Rajasthan Itinerary

Jaipur Sightseeing

A romantic pink hue pervades everything in Jaipur, hence the nickname “Pink City”. Here you can find a Jaipur Hotel and see the exotic cityscape completely washed in a soft, glowing shade of blush that deepens as the sun sets each evening. But the most enticing part of Jaipur is the traditional lifestyle, festivity, and welcoming people, who always carry a bright, wide smile on their face. See the Forts altogether – Amber FortJaigarh Fort & Nahargarh Fort plus the Jal Mahal (Water Palace on the Lake).


Udaipur Tour


No matter how you end up in Udaipur, it’s hard to deny that this is one great city to wander around in for a few days.

While certainly showing its age (much of the city dates from the 16th century, after all), Udaipur is a beautiful place built around a handful of lakes and surrounded by dramatic mountains.

Owing to its historic city center and dramatic scenery, Udaipur has served as the setting for a number of Hollywood and Bollywood movies, most notably the James Bond movie Octopussy, which they really play up in these parts. In fact, a number of venues offer daily screenings of the film.

Jaisalmer Tour


Jaisalmer is also quite famous for royal forts, havelis, palaces, museums, and temples. Jaisalmer Fort or Sonar Quila is the most famous tourist attraction of Jaisalmer and is a World Heritage Site. Nathmaljiki Haveli, Salim Singh ki Haveli, Patwonki Haveli, Gadi Sagar Lake, Khuri Sand Dunes, Sam Sand Dunes, and Kuldhara are some of the popular Tourist Places to visit in Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer attracts a lot of tourists for its desert camel safari. Climb onto the camel saddle and make your way through this desert or camp under the night sky in this golden land for an unforgettable experience. The Jaisalmer Desert Festival is an event organized by the Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation each February. It is celebrated in the Thar Desert and the locals dress up in traditional and colorful attires.


One of the most visited destinations in India, Rajasthan is one state that represents India in the most exotic and colorful manner. The state is dotted with majestic palaces, sparkling lakes, captivating forts, revered temples, and more than rightly makes it the most integral part of India.

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