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Searching for an online traveling agency to help you plan a memorable Rajasthan trip? BookYourOwn is your perfect t...

Rajasthan Tour Packages

Searching for an online traveling agency to help you plan a memorable Rajasthan trip? BookYourOwn is your perfect traveling partner with over 250+ tour packages to Rajasthan. BookYourOwn holiday packages include stays in palaces, mansions, private transports, Rajasthani cuisines, and main Rajasthan sightseeing points. BookYourOwn’s Rajasthan tour packages are designed exclusively by our intrepid traveler experts who ensure to keep you entertained on the royal land. We also craft customizable Rajasthan tour packages for 4 days/3 nights, 7 days/6 nights, and so on.

Choose the right Rajasthan vacation tour that suits your traveling visions and desires. Get guaranteed comfort and satisfaction with our luxury Rajasthan tour packages,  including all upscale amenities, and personalized itineraries. Curious about how to reach Rajasthan,  the best time to visit Rajasthan, or the top things to do in Rajasthan? Well, this comprehensive Rajasthan travel guide has it all. 

Ready to unfold the rich history, culture, and cuisines of Rajasthan? Keep reading to dive deeper into Rajasthan

Overview of Rajasthan: The Land of Kings & Forts

There is a reason why this Indian state with a glorious past is referred to as the ‘Land of Kings’. Rajasthan, the largest state of India is known for its royal palaces, dynasties, and forts such as Junagadh, Chittorgarh, Mehrangarh, and others. Located in the rustic Aravalli mountain ranges, the diverse culture of Rajasthan showcases a unique blend of Marwar & Mewar. The rich history, unique traditions, festivals, and vibrant culture of Rajasthan have always attracted tourists worldwide. 

Do you Bhangarh, the world’s one of the most haunted places is also in Rajasthan? If you want to explore new locations other than beaches, and mountains; this Indian state is an ideal tourist destination. Witness the picturesque beauty of freshwater lakes, dunes, and the popular tourist destination, the Thar desert. When it comes to local cuisines, no other food can match the delectable taste and nutritious value. Rajasthan has everything to offer from stays in typical rural areas, and luxury hotels to Palace hotels. You’ll be mesmerized by the fascinating art, folk dances, apparel, and special Japiuri Mojaris.  

Rare are the tourist destinations that allow you to celebrate your holidays with your friends, family or special ones. The unique architecture of mosques, temples, forts, and buildings is worth appreciating.

Best time to Visit Rajasthan

No matter which month you are planning to visit Rajasthan, you’ll be overwhelmed by different festivals and fairs. Rajasthan is a perfect holiday spot with continual joys in all the seasons for tourists. Each season in Rajasthan unveils different hues of adventure activities and culture tapestry. So, the best time to visit Rajasthan depends on your traveling goals. 

1. Peak Season (October to March): Due to the pleasant weather, most Indian tourists prefer to book Rajasthan tour packages in this season. As the prickly heat won’t spoil your mood while visiting forts, and palaces in Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jodhpur. If you are planning to visit Rajasthan this season, make sure to mark your presence at the popular Pushkar fair.

2. Summers or Shoulder Season: Although the weather is quite sunny, dry, and hot in this season, deserted areas like Bikaner become more pronounced. Mount Abu, the only hill station of Rajasthan is the other must-visit place for tranquility seekers especially in summer. In addition, you can also watch famous festivals such as Gangaur in Udaipur, Teej Festival in Jaipur, and Ramdevra Fair in Jaisalmer. 

3. Monsoon Season (July to September): You’ll get a range of Rajasthan tour packages for this waning season. The lush green landscapes in Ranthambore adorn the beauty of Udaipur lakes. The biggest advantage is low crowd and low fares for luxury hotels. If you are seeking tranquility in nature, Monsoon is the ideal time to visit Rajasthan.

How to Reach Rajasthan

Being a major tourist destination, Rajasthan is well-connected to all the metropolitan cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Delhi, Amritsar, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, etc. So, you can easily access Rajasthan via air, rail, or road.

Air RouteA total of six international airports are available in Rajasthan including Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Jaipur, Kota, and Bikaner. International tourists from Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, or Muscat can book a direct flight from Jaipur. The air route is the best and most convenient way to reach Rajasthan. 

Road RouteTaking a road trip on Rajasthan tour packages with family, or friends will create unforgettable memories. National Highways such as NH8 are well-maintained and safe to travel. You can opt to hire a taxi/cab or self-drive your car. 

Rail Route: Travelling via trains is the most comfortable, fastest, and budget-friendly option to reach  Rajasthan. All the railway stations of major Indian cities are connected via rail lines to Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Bikaner.

Best Places to Visit in Rajasthan

1. Jaipur: The Pink City

Jaipur, also the capital city of Rajasthan is a renowned tourist destination with major landmarks like Hawa Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, Amber Fort, and the City Palace. Jaipur is one of the cities covered in our Golden Triangle tour of North India. It's by far the best place to shop for apparel, handicrafts, unique Mojaris, and Juttis in Johari Bazaar. Jaipur is also home to the UNESCO World Heritage site, Jantar Mantar. Spend some quality time at the oldest Albert Hall Museum exhibiting paintings, sculptures, and artifacts. 

2. Udaipur: The Venice of the East

Udaipur is one of the magnificent cities of Rajasthan where you can choose to spend your entire vacation. The romantic city is best for honeymoon couples on Rajasthan tour packages. Choose to stay with your spouse in royal mansions with high-end services. Udaipur is also called the city of lakes or Jheelo ki Nagri in India. You can explore museums, mountains, temples, tiger parks, and captivating forts with your family, or friends. Banjara Murg, Ker Sangri, and Machli Jaisamandi are some of the must-try royal cuisines in Udaipur. 

3. Jodhpur: The Blue City

The magnificent city has many attractive tourist places to offer including the majestic Mehrangarh Fort with Palace Mansions and restaurants. While on your Rajasthan tour package, you’ll find all the blue-painted houses in the old city. Well, that’s how Jodhpur got its name as the Blue City. Umaid Bhawan Palace which is one of the world’s largest private residencies showcases vintage cars, paintings, and, a marvelous collection of artifacts. Enjoy the flavorful, and famous Rajasthani cuisines like Mirchi Wada, Mawa Kachori, Jalebi, and Dal Bati Choorma on your Jodhpur trip. 

4. Jaisalmer: The Golden Fort City

You can’t afford to miss the tour to Jodhpur, the land of forts, and palaces on your Rajasthan holiday packages. Jaisalmer Fort made of yellow sandstone is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites that exhibits various temples, palaces, shops, and residential areas. Jaisalmer has many iconic tourist attractions including Golden Sand Dunes, Havellis, Camel Safari in Thar Desert, Forlfore Museum, and not to gorget the exclusive Desert Festival. To experience the rich culture, traditions, and cuisine, Jaisalmer is the perfect tourist location. 

5. Pushkar: King of Pilgrimage Sites

Puskar, the holy city of Rajasthan is believed to have emerged from Lord Shiva’s tears. Do you know Pushkar is the only place where Brahma Ji’s temple is located? Pushkar is also famous for its Iconic Pushkar Fair, and Camel Fair which is one of the world’s largest livestock fairs. You can watch the live folk dance performances, taste the lip-smacking food items such as Gewar, Malpua, Dal Bati Churma, etc., and buy some souvenirs to take home. 

6. Ranthambore: The Land of Tigers

Ranthambore is a popular tourist destination known for its wildlife sanctuary, historical fort, and rich flora & fauna. It is an ideal tourist place for families with kids on a Rajasthan tour package. Ranthambore National Park is home to Bengal tigers, wild boars, a variety of migrant bird species, and animal species. Take a safari ride to explore the wildlife, and experience the local culture, and traditions of villagers. Nature enthusiasts can also choose to trek within the national park while enjoying wildlife photography. 

7. Mount Abu- Oasis in the Desert

There can be no better destination in Rajasthan than Mount Abu which is the Only Hill Station in Rajasthan. It is a perfect holiday spot for nature lovers, spirituality seekers, and adventurers. Mount Abu is known for its pristine location in the Aravalli ranges, Dilwara Temples, Nakki Lake, and Guru Shikhar. You can also take a tour of Mount Abu’s Wildlife Sanctuary showcasing rich flora, and fauna. Honeymoon couples on Rajasthan tour packages can capture beautiful shots at sunset point, and Achalgarh Fort. Adventure enthusiasts can try rappelling, rock climbing, and trekking along the picturesque landscapes. Take a leisure walk on Abu Road, and Nakki Lake market to buy apparel, handicrafts, antiques, or other souvenirs.

Must-try Rajasthani Dishes

Besides tourist attractions, captivating palaces, forts, and adventure activities, our Rajasthan tour packages also offer gastronomic adventure. One just can’t afford to miss the tasty and impressive Rajasthani Cuisines. Rajasthan’s royal kitchens with Khaansama (head chef) have been popular worldwide since the British era. Check below some of our handpicked famous dishes of Rajasthan:

1. Dal Baati Churma: Here Dal refers to lentils (toor dal, urad, moong, chana dal) and Batti is the baked wheat rolls. Dal Baati not only satiates your hunger but leaves an everlasting impression. This year-round treat is a perfect combination of both ingredients that are cooked with aromatic flavors, delectable spices, ghee, and fresh coriander leaves. 

2. Laal Maas/ Red Meat: Known for its regal historythis iconic Rajasthani cuisine belongs to mutton lovers. Marinated mutton pieces are cooked on low flame with plenty of ghee, and aromatic spices. Laal Maas tastes best with steamed rice or Bajre ki Roti. 

3. Gatte Ki Sabzi: This mouth-watering Rajasthani cuisine is yummy, healthy, and full of nutrition. Gram (besan) is the main ingredient that is used to make dumplings (gatte) along with spices like carom seeds, turmeric, red chili, yogurt, and oil. Once these dumplings are ready, they are boiled in water until cooked and are then added to yogurt-based curry.

4. Ker Sangri: It is a traditional food of Rajasthan which is often prepared on special occasions or festivals. Ker, the wild berries, and Sangri, the dried beans grow only in arid regions of Rajasthan.  Both these local ingredients are soaked overnight until fully hydrated and are mixed with flavored spices for a rich culinary experience. 

5. Jodhpuri Mirchi Vada: Originating from the streets of Jodhpur, Mirchi Wada is a tasty yet spicy snack food of Rajasthan. Mirchi Vada is prepared using green chilies which are then stuffed with mashed potatoes, and other spices like dry mango powder, cumin seeds, chili etc. It tastes best with tea and is easily available in local markets of all the cities. 

6. Churma Ladoo: This sweet dish is a significant part of  Rajasthan’s rich culinary heritage. Wheat flour, ghee, jaggery, and nuts are the main ingredients used to make Churma Ladoos. Wheat flour is roasted in a wholesome amount of ghee until it turns golden brown and is then mixed with Jaggery, and nuts for a blissful taste.

Top Things to Do on Rajasthan Tourism

1. Jungle Safari: For a unique experience of a wildlife safari ride, you can add a visit to Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary, Sariska Tiger Reserve, or Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan tour packages. The climate is ideal from October to June, so it is the best time for a Jungle Safari ride in Rajasthan. 

2. Camel Ride: Camping in the Thar desert is the best thing one can do to add value to their Rajasthan holiday packages. While camping around the bonfire, you can enjoy live music, dance, and royal Rajasthani cuisine. Of course, a camel ride is a must to witness the beauty of dunes.

3. Explore Mount Abu: One must add a stopover to this blissful location on their Rajasthan tour packages. Apart from exploring plenty of temples, peaks, and lakes in Mount Abu, you can also try adventure activities like trekking, hiking, camping, and so on.  It is undoubtedly a rejuvenating place for tourists seeking peace, and tranquility.

4. Attend Festivals: Make sure to mark your presence in vibrant festivals reflecting the rich heritage of Rajasthan. The worldwide famous Pushkar Camel Fair, Bikaner Camel Festival, Shekhawati, Marwar, and Nagaur Cattle Fair are hosted every winter season. Whereas Teej, Gangaur, Mount Abu Fare, and Ramdevra are celebrated in summer.

5. Shop around in Local Bazaars: The lively markets of Rajasthan like Johari Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar in Jaipur, Sadar Bazaar in Jaisalmer, and Nehru Bazaar in Jodhpur are worth visiting. Take a walk to these bazaars to buy unique locally made products like spices, jewelry, home decor items, apparel, etc. at reasonable prices. 

Souvenirs to Buy in Rajasthan

Rajasthani prints, carved furniture, art, or craftsmanship need no introduction. Without buying some locally made items, the Rajasthan tour feels incomplete. Here is a list of some popular souvenirs that are worth spending money on.

1. Rajasthani Fabrics: You can buy Bandhani print sarees, block-print suits, phulkari, and gotta-patti fabrics from popular markets of Rajasthan at affordable prices. 

2. Rajasthani Miniature Paintings: This hand-painted artwork depicts Hindu mythology, daily routine, and royalty.  You can buy these paintings made on silk, marble, or paper.

3. Colorful Rajasthani Puppets: Also referred to as Kathputlis, Rajasthani string puppets are used by artists for folk dance performances or storytelling acts. 

4. Rajasthani Carpets and Durries: Many local tourists prefer buying high-quality handwoven rugs, carpets, and durries from Rajasthan. Such traditional souvenirs effortlessly add aesthetic vibes to your living room or bedroom.  

This is not the end, there are endless items that you can buy from Rajasthan including spices, pickles, chutneys, perfumes, attars, camel leather products, pottery, and so on. 

Ready for the Radiant Rajasthan Holidays

So, you already have enough information about Rajasthan tours. The state with its rich heritage, history, and culinary experience is perfect for all kinds of travelers. BookYourOwn offers tailored Rajasthan tours, so you can make the most of your Rajasthan holidays. Our Rajasthan packages are way beyond the luxury accommodations and royal cuisines. We make sure to indulge our travelers in festive celebrations, folk dances, traditional attire experiences, and various adventure activities. So, explore, and book the Rajasthan holidays by downloading the BookYourOwn app.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Rajasthan

Q. What are the best places to visit in Rajasthan for families?

A. There are many places in Rajasthan that your children would love to explore. Some of the worth visiting places include a safari ride in Ranthambore National Park, Camel Ride in Thar Desert, Bikaner’s Camel breeding farm, Jantar Mantar in Jaipur, boating in Udaipur’s Pichola Lake, and Camping around the desert area. Don't forget to take your children to the stunning dunes of Jaisalmer that are worth experiencing every moment.

Q. How can I reach Jaisalmer from Delhi?

A. To reach Jaisalmer, you can choose to travel via road, rail, or air from Delhi. The fastest, and easiest way is to book a direct flight to Jaisalmer from Delhi Airport. Another budget-friendly option around is to travel via train, bus, or hire a private taxi.