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.
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.