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Journey through the majestic Lands

This journey begins in the pages of history, with the must-see majestic forts, the haunting images of camels making their way through the desert, the magnificent havelis, the private hunting grounds of the nobles (now converted to National Parks), the friendliness of the people and fascinating handicrafts all combined to give you a unique experience of the culture, colours, richness and rawness of this majestic land.



  • Explore the shimmering lakes, grandiose palaces, undulating hills, white washed houses and old havelis in winding alleys of Udaipur, The City of Romance!
  • Visit the enchanting Kumbhalgarh Fort, the birthplace of Mewar's legendary King Maharana Partap. Move on to the exquisitely carved marble temples of Ranakpur.
  • Travel through the tribal Bishnoi villages and watch local craftsmen at work, also spot antelopes and gazelles.
  • Head towards the blue city of Jodhpur – reeking of royalty and richness like a jewel set in the golden sands - where the Meherangarh Fort and Umaid Bhawan Palace stand stunning and proud. The city is also home to migratory birds like domicile cranes, blackbucks and chinkaras.
  • For some solitude, camp in the desert dunes of Jaisalmer, where you can listen to songs of 'Kalbeliyas', watch folk-dancers and puppet shows – all this with an authentic gastronomical experience. The desert safari also gives a flavor of the local lifestyle with thatched straw roofed housed, winding streets and the local bazaar.
  • Follow the trail to the city of Bikaner where you see the Junagadh Fort and camel breeding farms, known for the best riding camels in the world.
  • Work your way through the Shekhavati  region, famously known as the "Open Air Art Gallery". Here the presence of intricately  painted motifs on forts, mansions and havelis  make it a great destination.
  • Move on to the capital city, Jaipur, a land of fairy tale palaces, rugged fortresses and broad picturesque avenues, with landmarks like Diwan-e-Aam, Diwan-e-Khas, Sheesh Mahal and Hawa Mahal. 


  • The Indus Valley Civilization, one of the world's first and oldest, was in parts of what is now Rajasthan.
  • Its not a common sight to see people travel on Camels , most of the people have never seen Deserts.
  • One of the world's oldest mountain ranges, the Aravalli Range, cradles the only hill station of Rajasthan, Mount Abu.
  • Every region has its very own dialect of music and dance. The Ghoomar dance from Udaipur and Kalbeliya dance of Jaisalmer have international recognition.
  • Rajasthan has an unending cycle of fairs and festivals throughout the year. Some of the main Fairs and festivals are Teej, Gangaur and the Pushkar Fair, Desert festival, Elephant Festival and the Camel festival which are now known worldwide.
  • Bhils - a native tribe are skilled hunters and born bowmen. The tale of Eklavya, a Bhil warrior says that he was more adept with his bow than Arjuna of the great Indian epic, Mahabharata.
  • Bhangarh, situated on the road from Jaipur to Alwar, is one of the most haunted places in India and is known for its ruins where nobody dares to stay after sunset.
    Jaipur is called the 'Pink City' since 1876, as the city was painted with terracotta pink colour in grand welcome of the Prince of Wales. Since then the name has not only stuck, but has given the city a unique identity.
  • Sambhar, located at a distance of 60 km from Jaipur is famous for being the largest saline lake in India.


The best months to travel to this region would be from November to February. In fact February is an eventful month as there are a lot of Festivals happening in different parts of the state.


Here is what is included in the price:

  • Airport transfers, rental car and petrol
  • Air tickets for travel within Rajasthan, if any
  • Entrance fees to all attractions
  • Accommodation in 3-star or 4-star hotels, on a twin sharing basis
  • Breakfast is included
  • Medical and/or travel insurance

And here is what is not included:

  • Airfare – Airfare is not included in the price.
  • Expenses of personal nature, such as shopping, tips in restaurants and hotels and alcohol

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