A colourful tale of the royal era: Rajasthan

The great Thar Desert, enchanted palaces, heroic forts, vibrant festivals, colourful cities, diverse wildlife and royal train voyages; this is Rajasthan and its glory. Many designers source their inspiration from the vibrancy seen in the traditional attire of Rajasthani like the vivacious turbans and multi-coloured sarees. From the magnificent architecture to the regal history to mighty desert to preserved wildlife to colourful cities to vibrant traditions, Rajasthan is one fascinating land !

A colourful tale of the royal era: Rajasthan

The great Thar Desert, enchanted palaces, heroic forts, vibrant festivals, colourful cities, diverse wildlife and royal train voyages; this is Rajasthan and its glory. Many designers source their inspiration from the vibrancy seen in the traditional attire of Rajasthani like the vivacious turbans and multi-coloured sarees. From the magnificent architecture to the regal history to mighty desert to preserved wildlife to colourful cities to vibrant traditions, Rajasthan is one fascinating land !

TRAVEL ROUTE

  • Day 1

    Jaipur

  • Day 2

    Jaipur

  • Day 3

    Jaipur - Sawai Madhopur

  • Day 4

    Sawai Madhopur (Ranthambore)

  • Day 5

    Sawai Madhopur – Ajmer

  • Day 6

    Ajmer – Pushkar

  • Day 7

    Ajmer - Jodhpur

  • Day 8

    Jodhpur

  • Day 9

    Jodhpur – Osian

  • Day 10

    Jodhpur to Jaisalmer

  • Day 11

    Jaisalmer

  • Day 12

    Jaisalmer – Barmer

  • Day 13

    Barmer – Mount Abu

  • Day 14

    Mount Abu

  • Day 15

    Mount Abu – Udaipur

  • Day 16

    Udaipur

  • Day 17

    Fly back

This is just an outline of an optional travel plan; it can be customized as per your choice.
  • To begin with is a less known fact that the world’s second longest wall is situated in Rajasthan – wall of Kumbalgarh fort which also houses numerous temples.
  • The magnificent forts, palaces and temples are synonym to Rajasthan but not worth-a-miss is a unique way of experiencing this royalty – Luxury on Wheels which includes ‘Palace on Wheels’ and ‘Royal Rajasthan on Wheels’.
  • Apart from the railway, there are few more unique way of experiencing this beauty – hot-air balloon, cycling, camping, paragliding, zip-lining, desert safari and more.
  • How can you miss the vibrant festivities of Rajasthan – experience the famous Pushkar Mela, Camel festival, Desert festival, Kite festival, Nagaur Fair and many more.
  • Apart from the above, living in a heritage property is a once in a lifetime opportunity and Rajasthan is home to many such experiences!
  • Rajasthanis highly influenced by the Rajputs who are predominantly non vegetarians yet more than 70% of Rajasthan is vegetarian and eats ‘Marwari khana’, which makes it the most vegetarian state in India.
  • The popular royal non-vegetarian dishes are laal maas, safed maas, khad khargosh and jungli maas. Talking about the vegetarian dishes, Rajasthan is known for its snacks likeBikaneri Bhujia, Mirchi Bada and Pyaaj Kachori from Jaipur.
  • Few of the other famous dishes include Bajre ki roti (millet bread), ‘dal-baati-churma’ and Lashun ki chutney (hot garlic paste), Mawa Kachori from Jodhpur, Alwar ka mawa, Malpauas from Pushkar, Rassgollas from Bikaner, Paniya and Gheriya from Mewar.

Peak  : December to February

The temperatures are pleasant in the daytime and cold at night which makes it peak time for the tourists to enjoy.

Shoulder :  September to November & February to March

The nights are warmer than the peak season with no so hot daytime temperatures. Ranthambhore National Park opens in October and the migratory birds arrive at Keoladeo Ghana National Park.

Low  : April to August

From April onwards, it starts warming-up with June being the hottest month. Monsoon starts from July till August. Ranthambhore National Park closes at the end of June.