Rajasthan- the Land of Kingdoms has become a shimmering jewel in the crown of Indian Tourism which has been attracting tourists with its natural beauty of lakes, the grandeur of forts and palaces and luxurious heritage hotels everything offered at nominal prices. Every nook and corner of Rajasthan is full of life with the vibrant colorful festivities blended in the hues of modern life of perfection. Some tourist attractions in Rajasthan are mentioned down below

Some tourist places you may try if you plan to visit Rajasthan in summers:

Mount Abu the lone hill station in Rajasthan offers a bit of relaxation from the blazing summers.

You may also visit Kumbalgarh and Ranakpur which are one of the most visited tourist destinations of Rajasthan offering the most awe-inspiring views in evening and night times. But make sure to stay inside in the day-time.

During the months from mid-June to September, this desert land becomes a bit cooler and offers the views endowing the charming picturesque landscapes. Rain-showers moisturize this parched land converting it into a desert paradise exhibiting the magical views of forts and palaces nestled between the Aravali Ranges.


the Venice of East is the most charming and alluring city which is a must-visit if you are traveling to Rajasthan during monsoon. Ranked as the thirst best city in the world, Udaipur is a favorite tourist hot spot unveiling the royalty of “Rangilo Rajasthan” and the entire city feels like being nestled between the Aravali Ranges. The city has numerous lakes and various heritage hotels which were once the royal inns of Maharajas where now you can have a stay and experience the regality with the alluring view of the lakes surrounding you.

Best time to visit Rajasthan

Summers in Rajasthan could be picturized as the most barbarous time of the year with the scorching heat of sun raising the temperatures above 45°C. Rajasthan becomes hot and humid in the summer months especially from April to mid-June. This desert land absorbs all the radiations from the Sun making it the most difficult for the vacationers to relish their breaks.

The best time to visit Rajasthan is during the winter months i.e. from Mid October to March because this desert becomes more of a paradise when the weather is nippy. There are many fairs and celebrations organized for tourists with the camps and heritage hotels adorned beautifully like a bride for the tourists so that they can experience royalty with convenience and comfort.

The state endows the most intoxicating hues of landscaped palaces and forts.  Other than the historic monuments and beguiling views, Rajasthan is also home to numerous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks like Ranthambore national park, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Kumbalgarh Wildlife sanctuary and many more are part of this list. You will witness the utmost beauty in the form of bird-watching in October.

As the mercury drops the locales organize various fairs and festivals for the tourists. Some of the Fairs like Pushkar Mela in November, camping in Jaisalmer along with desert safari, Ramdevra Fair, Marwar Festival in Jodhpur,  Kolayat and Camel Fair in Bikaner, Shilpgram Crafts Mela in Udaipur and Dusshera fair are some of the most charismatic fairs of Rajasthan having folk performances narrating the tales of foregone era and exhibiting the royal touch.

Also, there is International folk festival organized in Jodhpur, Bikaner Camel festival, Makar Sankranti, Nagaur Cattle Festival, Goa carnival, Baisakhi in Punjab and the most playful and vibrant festival “Holi” is also celebrated with colors and flowers in the month of March.

The reason why you should definitely visit Rajasthan at least once in your lifetime is:

There is an infinite array of reasons of why you should visit Rajasthan, experience the royalty and regality of magnificent forts and palaces, or witness vast culture with folk songs and dances, or just rejuvenate your souls and seek peace & pray in the temples of Rajasthan or just camp around on the glistening sand of Jaisalmer. There is nothing which this “desert land” Rajasthan doesn’t offer you.

Festivals and fairs: The colorful state of Rajasthan is a home to many vibrant festivals and fairs and many historic temples having their existence from the bygone era.

The grandeur of Forts and Palaces: The royal state Rajasthan is well-known for its grandeur of architecture of monuments unfurling the tales of the history of those dynasties which have ruled over this state for several years. The forts are palaces are that drop-dead-gorgeous that it awestruck it’s tourists with its charismatic beauty.

Wildlife sanctuaries and National Parks: Ranthambore National Park, Sariska National Park, Kumbalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Desert National Sanctuary, Sajjangarh Biological Park and many other wildlife sanctuaries are housed in Rajasthan where you can experience the natural habitat of animals.

Luxurious heritage hotels: The biggest allurement which Rajasthan offers to its tourists is the legacy inns to stay for their vacations. These hotels are vintage fortress and castles which are renovated heritage hotels for the tourists to stay and experience the sovereignty of the royal times. You may also have a chance to witness Maharajas’ outfits and weapons which they used during wars in the royal residences and heritage hotels of Udaipur and Jaipur.

Desert feat and sand dunes: Jaisalmer the golden city of Rajasthan offers you the camel safari to witness the vast stretched the Thar Desert and sand dunes. Camping under the glittering starry night with the slow winds touching your soul to soothe all the chaos running inside- this is one such magical experience offered by this desert land.

 Vast culture: The folk dances, folk songs and vibrant costumes of the locales of Rajasthan are true to picture the meaning of the name “Rangilo Rajasthan”. From the local traditional dances and Ghaghra costume to the trendy western style malls, Rajasthan is a true blend of diversified culture.

Scrumptious cuisines: Rajasthan is well-known for its smoking and spicy cuisines like Dal-Bhati-Choorma and many other appetizing non-vegetarian dishes are also famous.

Street shopping: Streets of Rajasthan are full of colorful ethnic handlooms, handicrafts, silver jewelry, leather antiques and many other artifacts depicting the diversified cultural aspect of the state. You may also buy a miniature of forts and palaces from the streets as a souvenir of your trip. Make sure to bargain and shop around the street shops and meander in the market to find the most budgeted option for you.

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Vibrant turbans, colorful attires, electrifying festivities, mighty monuments, and rich heritage is something which comes to our mind when thinking about Rajasthan. It showcases the heroic land of Rajputs where fighting for the clan was considered a part of their royal lifestyle.

Have a heritage walk to the ancient monuments of Jaipur, have a soul-soothing coffee amidst the Lake Pichola in Udaipur, listen to the tales of heroism, soak in the beauty of architectural grandeur, have a taste of some mouth-watering spicy Rajasthani cuisines, and watch the folk dance and music jams. This splendid experience is amalgamated with a pinch of royalty during your Rajasthan tour.

Here is a list of top tourist attractions in Rajasthan which you should know before planning your tour to Rajasthan.

Jaipur- the Undisputed Queen of Rajasthan:


Jaipur- the capital city of Rajasthan founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh is the first planned city of Rajasthan. The city is full of iconic architectural monuments attracting hordes of tourists from around the world. It is also called the Pink City of Rajasthan due to the symbolic pink color of its monuments like Hawa Mahal.

There is a lot more to Jaipur as the city has seen tremendous growth in recent years. Hence this pink city is the most precious gem of Rajasthan tourism having the amalgamation of old and new in balanced ratios.

Things to do in Jaipur: A visit to the forts and palaces like Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort and Jaigarh Fort, capture the beauty of Jal Mahal, Enjoy the fine dining at Choki Dhani, a heritage walk to Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar Observatory, the Royal City Palace, Birla Mandirplan your stay at heritage hotels, Jaipur Literature Festival, Hot Air Balloon ride, and a visit to the classic Raj Mandir Cinema

Udaipur- the Venice of the East:


Udaipur- the city of lakes is one such place which etches a place in the heart of its visitors with the infinite exhilarating experiences it serves. The first and the foremost thing to do in Udaipur is indulging into the magical sight of Lake Pichola.

You can also avail a ride of a boat cruise to admire the beauty of the mesmerizing sun seeming to set behind the hills of Aravali range.
The view at Ambrai Ghat and Gangaur Ghat is no less than a movie set embellished with history-rich monuments (city palace) around its banks.

Things to do in Udaipur: Boat ride in Lake Pichola, photo stop at Saheliyo-ki-Bari, explore Bagore ki Haveli, ride through ropeway to pay homage at Karni Mata Temple, splurge a bit to stay at the Taj Lake Palace, and visit the vintage car museum.

Jaisalmer: the Golden City:


Thinking of Jaisalmer, our minds immediately imagine a golden expanse of desert stretching to infinity till our eyes can see. Jaisalmer is the most beautiful city aptly defining the true essence of Rajasthan being a desert state.

Unveil all the magnificent secrets of this massive Thar Desert by availing a desert safari and get to know all the aspects of this desert land more precisely. There are two types of desert safari available namely Camel Safari and Jeep Safari. The most preferred one is Camel safari where you can witness the spectacular sight of the sun setting behind the sand dunes and also you will have a close sight of how rural life works here.

Other than sand dunes there is a lot more in the treasure of Jaisalmer tourism like the magnificent Jaisalmer Fort, the serene Gadi Sagar Lake, Patwon ki Haveli, Salim Singh ki Haveli, and Jain Temples.

Things to do in Jaisalmer: Desert Safari, boating in Gadi Sagar Lake, a visit to Jaisalmer Fort, Parasailing, Paramotoring, Dune Bashing, Quad Biking, Camping, and shopping at local Jaisalmer Bazaar

Jodhpur: the Blue City:


The blue city filled with the richness of culture is always ready to serve its visitors with immense warmth and love. The city experiences the scorching heat of Sun and the temperature keeps on soaring. So the houses in Jodhpur are painted “blue” to keep them cool.

The major tourist attraction in Jodhpur is the mighty Mehrangarh Fort which seems to glorify the skyline of the blue city with much splendor and opulence. It is one of the well-preserved piece of heritage and among the most famous forts of India.

Things to do in Jodhpur: visit Mehrangarh Fort, traverse through the beautiful blue houses, relax a bit at Jaswant Thada, stroll around the Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park, satiate your appetite with some mouth-watering Rajasthani cuisines, explore the exotic rural land through the desert safari camps, and feel some adrenaline shots by indulging into paragliding and zip lining.

Pushkar- a Town Breathing Holy Vibes


Pushkar is considered as one of the pilgrimage destinations in the state of Rajasthan. The city not only hosts various sacred places but it also has a connection with the rich Indian culture, heritage, and history of ancient times. The Scintillating Pushkar Lake is the major attraction in Pushkar having plentiful scared ghats where a number of devotees come and bathe to wash away their sins.
Things to do in Pushkar: A dive in the sacred water of Pushkar Lake, seek blessings at the rare Brahma Temple, and visit all other temples like Savitri Temple, Varaha Temple, and Apteshwar Temple.

Ajmer- a Holy City:


For all the travelers seeking soul-soothing peace, Ajmer is a city to go to. Ringed by the hills of Aravali Range this quaint city is filled with a rich heritage.

Ajmer has witnessed multiple dynasties ruling it during the bygone era and the diversity of monuments showcasing different religions is the justification to it. the city houses the famous Ajmer Sharif Dargah which is the final resting place of Muslim Saint Moin-Uddin-Chisti.

Things to do in Ajmer: Soak the peaceful aura by availing boat ride in Ana Sagar Lake, seek blessings at the famous Ajmer Sharif Dargah, have a visit to Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra, Akbar Palace and Museum, Jain temples and Daulat Bagh.

You may wanna take a look at Ajmer Pushkar Golden Triangle Tour.

A Brief Description of Rajasthan Tourism

Rajasthan, the land of Maharajas (royal essence), adventure and beautiful lakes. Rajasthan is also known as “Land of kings, Maharajas” because of the great royal families living and having a great historical background. It is well known for its beauty and is one of the most visited tourist spots in India. In every street of Rajasthan, you will find a new ritual, the new melting pot of multiple religions.

Rajasthan has a total 33 districts, in which Jaipur to be the largest city refreshed to be the capital of Rajasthan.

Rajasthan, the land of turbans, ghoon ghat and camels, Rajasthan is a unique tourist destination when it comes to lifestyle and heritage tourism in India. There is no doubt about its hospitality. If you are planning a great vacation then you are on the right page! You will never get bored, every day it will bring a new adventure and add great memories for your tour.

People from all over the world are booking their tours to this heavenly destination leading to an increase in Rajasthan Tourism. Book your tours now!
Many of us recognize Rajasthan as a state of huge forts, vibrant folk dance, traditional spicy food, great rational music, and palaces, golden sand desert. In other words, trips in Rajasthan are a way to familiarize one with old history, beautiful Rajasthani culture, wildlife and nature along with great adventure.

Rajasthan has a travel triangle, which has many places like Udaipur known as city of lakes, Jaisalmer Famously known as the Golden City, Jaipur the pink city, Jodhpur the blue city, Sawai Madhopur the city known For the love of tigers, Pushkar famously known as Hosts of the largest camel fair in India, Ajmer the holy city, Bundi the city of Baoris, Bikaner known For the love of handicrafts, Chittorgarh the Birthplace of Maharana Pratap, Alwar is the Home to the most haunted place in India.

Why Rajasthan Tour?

A unified part of the culture of Rajasthan is great handicraft art. Rajasthan is the largest state of India is also the great source of handloom and handicraft that includes Jewelry – traditional kundan, silver and meenakari. Textile – Handmade Paper, Paintings, Marble Handicrafts, handcrafted items – wood, ivory, lace, glass, brass, silver and gold, leather Craft, Precious, and Semi-Precious Stones –gemstone.

Jaipur, capital of Rajasthan is an alliance for the state as it is stippled with palaces and majestic forts, lakes, and monuments and has many great attractions like Amer, Chokhi Dhani (mini Rajasthan), Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, city palace and many more amazing places.
As soon as you enter Rajasthan, the royal architecture and the haveli’s and the entire construction of forts and houses will amaze you. Best time to visit Rajasthan is from November to February because of the pleasant temperature, as Rajasthan is a hot state the temperature raises to 50 degrees Celsius.

Be it in the past or present, Rajasthan has always amazed its visitors with a great view. It has never been a disappointment for visitors, rather became a perfect destination.

All the cities of Rajasthan are unique in its own and have different things that you will like, but the common of all is the amazing forts which you will find everywhere yet all will be different in its own beauty.
We want to help you to explore the incredible land of Rajasthan, making your tour safe, relaxing and adventures. We will make sure you don’t miss anything and enjoy every bit of it.

Food Of Rajasthan

The food of Rajasthan undeniably speaks a lot about the taste choice of the royals of Rajasthan and the unique cooking style of those who serve them. Be it the vegetarian thrill of Govind Gatte, Daal Baati Churma or Besan Gate or Gwar ki Fali ka Saag or evening snacks like Mawa Kachori, Pyaaz ki Kachori, Mirchi Bada, Shahi Samosas, and Bikaneri Bhujia or the royal Non vegetarian choices of Rajasthani Murg Mussallam and Laal Maas everything has a taste that hit an unfading trace in one’s mind.

If we talk about wildlife in Rajasthan India, we have the lot to talk because Rajasthan is home to the decent number of tigers and many birds and some appropriate places to fill your wildlife investigation advice would be Sariska, Ranthambore National Park, Desert National Park, and Keoladeo.

Rajasthan has opened itself for many more options for adventurous activities like Sand Dune Bashing, Hot-Air Ballooning, Camping, Ziplining, Paragliding, Desert & Camel Safari, and Watersports especially for those who are desperate to add more memories to their Rajasthan trip. Rajasthan state is full of festivals and fairs around the year some are Elephant, Teej, Kite, Mewar, Gangaur, Marwar, Baneshwar and plenty of others that can be enjoyed. Jaisalmer Fair and Pushkar fair are the largest fairs in India being celebrated in Rajasthan every year, which is attended by tourist from all over of India.

In Rajasthan, you can see all kinds of living styles from royal to village to the cultural one. The forts in Rajasthan have been renovated and made into outstanding restaurants for you to stay and live your dream there. During the time of events and festivals, the entire state changes into an explosion of light and colors, making it more beautiful than ever.

Best of Rajasthan Tour and It’s Experience

Amazing tourist places in Rajasthan offer something or the other for tourist of all type, just as their desire. Rajasthan tourism serves to colleagues, friends, couples, and families of all type. People choose Rajasthan for tourism for a honeymoon, cooperate trips, friends tour, family vacations.
We offer exclusive Rajasthan tour packages having a variety of packages approximately 100 packages, which have been made especially for every kind of traveler, any budget and any duration.

We are also one of the most trusted Rajasthan tourism travel agents having our own transport and great hotel chain (ranging from two stars to five stars) in different cities of Rajasthan, even providing you with clear details and hassle-free safe holiday experience in Rajasthan. Our dedication remains the best and pleasant service for your tour.

We have packages that totally depend on the duration of your tour and on your budget. But we make sure even in the loss of days and perfect budget we give our best to our clients. We have different car varieties ranging differently. Our hospitality will never disappoint you. Our cars are clean and well maintained. Our drivers are very professional and well mannered knowing a different language and much known to the best of tourist spots. Our staff is well trained and our services are available both offline and online.

We know the value of you taking time out and planning your trip so we will make sure of making it best. We will plan your tour according to your liking and requirements. Our drivers will reach on time at pick up and drop location so your time will not be wasted, hence will be patient too. Rajasthan tourism creates a land of mystical vision that remains a beautiful lifetime memory.

Is in India a sight more notable, more wonderful, more jaw-droppingly staggering than the Taj Mahal?

Honestly, there is nothing wonderful than Tajmahal.

In any event, there’s no tomb more stupendous, no presentation of affection more clear than building a marble perfect work of art for one’s most loved spouse… And no preferable motivation to movement over observing its heavenliness very close.

All things considered, this is craftsmanship. Worked in Agra, India in the vicinity of 1631 and 1648, it’s likewise history. Furthermore, obviously, it’s the ideal chance to take some supernatural photographs. In this way, to enable guests to plan for their Taj Mahal ventures, we’ve arranged a little guide, enrolling the assistance of some Intrepid specialists – from Destination Managers to acclaimed trip pioneers – to consider every contingency.

Before you touch base at the Taj Mahal

That familiar axiom ‘tolerance is a temperance’ truly makes its mark while talking about the Taj Mahal.

Be set up to be encompassed by hundreds (if not thousands) of individuals. These incorporate Indian men, ladies, and youngsters who may request to take photographs with you.

To get ready with the assistance of different voyagers and a neighborhood visit control, consider taking a gathering visit. Brave have Taj-going by trips that range from 8-day Golden Triangle visits (now with solo-just takeoffs!) to 15-day trips devoted to sustenance, to 19-day trips joining the features of India and Nepal.

In case you’re more in a hurry, you can look at the Taj Mahal on a hurricane day visit from Delhi. Look at Urban Adventures to see the agenda that we’d prescribe for this. And keep in mind that you’re busy, look at their day trips in Delhi, Jaipur, Varanasi, and Mumbai!

Travel to the Taj Mahal, IndiaThe entrance line, can be quite long amid top season yet insofar as you’re rationally set you’ll up, be fine. What’s to come is more than worth the pause…

What to convey to the Taj Mahal

Continuously leave your assets in the inn. There are lockers accessible at the Taj, however, it’s best to have negligible assets on you so you don’t invest excessively energy checking in.

You extremely just need to acquire the accompanying one little pack:

  • Travel permit
  • Cash
  • Water
  • Solution
  • Camera
  • Telephone

What to wear to the Taj Mahal

There is no clothing regulation however you should at present be conscious. On the off chance that you need to enter the mosque, you should cover your head, shoulders, and knees.

It gets hot in Agra and there is next to no shade, so wear light attire and ensure you wear sunscreen. On the other hand, Agra likewise gets extremely chilly in winter (Nov-Feb) so layers are your companion as well.

In the event that you visit with Intrepid, you’ll be taken there before in the day or later toward the evening to maintain a strategic distance from the most exceedingly bad of the warmth.

The climate can be hot at the Taj Mahal in India.

Having been to the Taj a couple of times, I’ve learned the significance of wearing shoes that are anything but difficult to evacuate. You have to take your shoes off when you go inside and the less demanding they are to slip on and off the better. This really applies to a lot of India – shoes with heaps of bands are hard!

Different things you have to know

  • No sustenance is permitted inside.
  • Cigarettes and lighters are likewise not permitted.
  • Tripods and extra lighting hardware require earlier authorization to be brought with. Photography inside the sepulcher is denied. Most gadgets (with the exception of cameras and little camcorders) are not permitted.
  • Be careful about touts, criminals and discourteous retailers. It’s an occupied, high-weight zone, yet keep your minds about you and you won’t have to stress!

When you’re at the Taj Mahal

Go early, sit tight for space to investigate and photo, and make tracks in an opposite direction from the group (if conceivable).

The Taj Mahal on a brilliantly bright day in IndiaIf you stroll around to the correct side of the Taj (as you approach the east door), you can get an astonishing photograph from the riverbank behind the Taj. (Continuously go in gatherings and get a rickshaw to take you there and back economically.)

What’s more, just spotlight on taking in all the enchantment. Indeed, even Intrepid pioneers who see the Taj Mahal month to month (or more!) stay in the wonder of it.

Tips for taking photographs at the Taj Mahal

  • Everybody needs that famous shot of themselves at the Taj Mahal. You know the one – where you sit on the seat and the loftiness of the marble sepulcher shapes the scenery.
  • Taking a notable photograph at the Taj Mahal, IndiaBut in case you’re feeling innovative and need to blend things up, there are huge amounts of various edges worth searching out.

What to do in Agra

The Taj Mahal is, plainly, the superstar in this northern Indian city. Be that as it may, the Agra Fort is additionally shocking, particularly in the event that you didn’t get an opportunity to go to the Red Fort in Delhi. A sixteenth-century Mughal landmark and UNESCO World Heritage site, it’s a sight not to be missed.

In spite of being situated on the Golden Triangle traveler circuit, there’s less to do in Agra than in numerous other Indian urban communities. It’s entirely contaminated from the substantial business (more on that later) and you likely won’t spend too much time there, whatever the excursion.

Where to go outside of Agra

There are different extraordinary goals just a couple of hours drive (well, 4-7) from the Taj Mahal. Of these, Orchha, Jaipur, and Pushkar are all travelers well disposed, tranquil and lovely places.

Orchha is a town that explorers frequently ignore. This is a disgrace since it’s notable, laid-back and has a bundle of wonderful sanctuaries.

Jaipur is considerably more outstanding. Otherwise called the ‘Pink City’, the capital of Rajasthan is brimming with mayhem, appeal, and exceptional engineering. Visit the ridge Amber Fort, deal in the charming bazaars, and consider taking a hot air swell over the city to take everything in.

Pushkar is another underrated town. One of the most established and most quiet towns in India, it’s home to Pushkar Lake, a holy spot for Hindus that is totally astonishing at dusk. On account of its heavenly nature, the veggie lover sustenance here is basically unmissable. Visit on this 15-day trip all around Rajasthan.

A last note about the Taj Mahal’s mud treatment

As you may have perused or heard, the Taj Mahal has as of late been experiencing an exceptionally exhaustive clean. That is correct, to be exact, a mud veil as of April 2018.

Why? Air contamination from manufacturing plants in Agra had been gradually turning the Taj Mahal’s ivory-white surfaces yellow – and this was one method for reestablishing them to their previous greatness. The work – applying a mud generally used to clean marble to the whole structure of the Taj – was completed by the Archeological Survey of India. Furthermore, this work was a piece of a progression of remedial ventures completed on the noteworthy site.

Jaipur, one of the northern states of India also assigned as the capital state of Rajasthan. Rich in rituals and cultural ethics, Jaipur is a fun place to visit. Some of the fun you can have in Jaipur are worth mentioning.

Light and sound show

Build by Raja Man Singh, Amer Fort is one of the most beautiful spots to visit in Jaipur. Made up of sandstone and marble, it represents some of the most amazing and beautiful artifacts of history. You can visit in the evening to see the marvelous light show held at Amer Fort. You can also visit the Rajasthani Theme based resorts situated near Amer Fort.

To know about our Indian history you can also visit Amar Jawan Jyoti which has its evening show with amazing sound and light effects.

Monkey Temple

You can also visit the Monkey Temple, renowned for its water cask. Monkey Temple is one of the sacred Hindu excursions. People come here during Deepawali and during sankrant to bathe in the water cask.


Jaipur local Bazaar is rich in its regional handicrafts. You can visit Johri Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar, and Chandpol Bazaar to buy some amazing regional clothing and jewelry. You can find some fine quality jewelry in the local market of Jaipur.

Jaipur Monuments

Hawa Mahal made up with some great intellectual wind processing system during the Mughal Empire. Jantar Mantar is also one of the most famous astronomical spots to visit in Jaipur. You can also visit City Palace to know about the history of Jaipur and about the kings of Jaipur.

Chokhi Dhani Village

Chokhi Dhani is resort based on the Rajasthani culture where you can you enjoy some cultural legacies of Rajasthani people. You can enjoy Rajasthani food, boating, Rajasthani cultural Dance, some stunts performed by the local tribes of Rajasthan.

Camel Ride at Water Palace

Water Palace of Jaipur also known as Jal Mahal resides on Man Sagar Lake is a beauty not to be missed at all. You can enjoy camel ride here. Also, you can witness some of the greatest lightings of Jal Mahal in the evening.

Rajmandir Cinema

Rajmandir is one of the primeval cinema theaters in Jaipur which is situated at Bhagwan Das Road. It is the most recognized aspect of Jaipur know for its giant screen and classic interiors.