Royal Rajasthan Tour
The Royal Rajasthan Tour Package is an unforgettable 9 Day tour of the most beautiful and unique heritage of the state. It signifies the royal culture with the fragrance of the numerous tourist attraction places and endless forts which showcase the profound beauty and traditional culture which is a symbol of the royal family and the Era of the most beautiful dignitaries and the essence of love and heroic deeds.
AJMER and PUSHKAR
Starting the trip with the shortest and quickest sights of the state is Ajmer.
This city was known by the name Ajaymeru and was founded in the 11th century by Chahamana King Ajaydeva.
Ajmer is a popular pilgrimage; the Dargah Sharif, where the tomb of the Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti is revered by the Muslims. Ajmer is also the base for tourists who are visiting Pushkar, the abode of Lord Brahma; Pushkar Lake is a sacred spot for the Hindus.
Pushkar is the land of countless peaceful resorts where tourist cherishes their weekends and rejuvenate the royal standards of living under the newly constructed heritage of the city.
Pushkar is famous for its annual fair (Pushkar Camel Fair) featuring a trading fete of cattle, horses, and camels. It is held over seven days in autumn marking Kartika Purnima according to the Hindu calendar (Kartik (month), October, or November). It attracts nearly 200,000 people.
Jaipur is the capital of India’s Rajasthan state. It evokes the royal family that once ruled the region and that, in 1727, founded the most adorable city, now called the Old City, or “Pink City” for its trademark building color. At the center of its stately street grid (notable in India) stands the opulent, colonnaded City Palace complex. With gardens, courtyards, and museums, part of it is still a royal residence.
Jaipur holds the distinction of being the first planned city of India and hereby continuing wearing the crown for ages. Renowned globally for its colored gems, the capital city of Rajasthan combines the allure of its ancient history with all the advantages of a metropolis. The bustling modern city is one of the three corners of the golden triangle that includes Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur.
The tale of this city is viral for ages to date that unfolds its beauty since 1876, the Prince of Wales visited India on a tour. Since the color pink was symbolic of hospitality, Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur painted the entire city pink. The pink that colors the city makes for a marvelous spectacle to behold. Jaipur rises up majestically against the backdrop of the forts Nahargarh, Jaigarh, and Garh Ganesh Temple and acknowledges the many more scenic places in the city.
Jaipur traces back its origins to 1727 when it was established by Jai Singh II, the Raja of Amber. Jaipur has many small stories to tell for its culture and heritage which are worth paying homage to its dignified creators.
The Jaipurites have such enthusiastic vibes which stole millions of hearts and stayed for a lifetime.
The shopaholic will have their day well spent in the local market consisting of the magnificent collection of the traditional wears which have truly become the Lady Love for the tourists and the Jaipurites.
The city is a handful of minimum two days of your tour and is worth every click of your Camcorders.
Jodhpur is a city in the Thar Desert of the northwest Indian state of Rajasthan. It was historically the capital of the kingdom of Marwar, which is now a part of Rajasthan. Jodhpur is a popular tourist destination, featuring many places, forts, and temples set in the stark landscape of the Desert.
The best time to visit Jodhpur is between October and March. The weather is bearable (still very warm) and it tends to be the tourist season in India with more frequent buses and flights etc.
The two days are worth every penny for all the historic places lovers.
You can visit the options available for the blue city on the corresponding pages of the website.
Mount Abu (1,220 meters) above sea level, is the highest peak in the Aravalli mountain range and Rajasthan Hill Station was set up by the British. The imposing Rajputana Residency building, renamed Raj Bhawan after the British left, is now occupied by the Rajasthan Governor during summers. Mount Abu has a reputation as a honeymoon haven but Indian families flock to the area as well. It remains an offbeat destination for foreigners though. There are plenty of diverse things to do in Mount Abu, particularly for adventure and nature enthusiasts. Here’s the pick of them.
Sacred Nakki Lake sits in the center of Mount Abu. According to Hindu mythology, the gods dug it with their nails while attempting to escape from a demon. The shops and restaurants in the vicinity of the lake draw a crowd in the evenings.
Perched above the southern bank of Nakki Lake, landmark Toad Rock provides a panoramic view of the town. For peace, the lookout is best visited early in the morning. It can be reached by following the beginning of Bailey’s Walk trail, named after a British magistrate, from near Raghunath Temple at Nakki Lake.
If you don’t want to go hiking through Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary, you can easily visit Trevor’s Tank to spend time amid nature. This huge reservoir was made by British engineer Colonel G.H. Trevor, who bred crocodiles, in 1897. It’s only 10 minutes from the Jain temples at Delwara, on the way to Dattatreya temple. The tank is a renowned picnic spot, and there are walkways and viewing stations around it for wildlife watching.
Bailey’s Walk meanders all the way from Nakki Lake to Sunset Point. However, it’s quite long and moderately strenuous when going uphill. Alternatively, take Sunset Point Road, west of the Polo Ground. Shared jeeps ferry passengers from the Polo Ground entrance to the parking lot near Sunset Point.
Looking for an exhilarating yet charming break? Pack your bags and head out to Udaipur – the Venice of the East. It is indeed one of Rajasthan’s most spectacular cities and is perhaps the best destination in India to marvel at the bygone-era palatial architecture. Udaipur will surely mesmerize you with its regal past, grand edifices, vibrant bazaars, and absolute serenity. Though the city is home to many unique attractions, the below 15 top the list of the must-see tourist places in Udaipur!
Udaipur, City Palace:
Once you have got your hotel room sorted, this is the first landmark that you should visit. The City Palace, located on the banks of Lake Pichola, will give you a glimpse into Rajasthan’s princely grandeur with its towering structures built for the erstwhile Mewar ruling family. The palace will wow travelers with its exquisite interiors consisting of detailed mirror-work, unique paintings, murals, antique furniture, and marble work. The palace complex is divided into many beautiful villas and palaces, including Amar Vilas, Bhim Vilas, Krishna Vilas, Manak Mahal, and Moti Mahal. The Mewar Light and Sound Show in the evening is also worth waiting for!
Timings: 09:30 am to 05:30 pm (All Days)
The iconic Lake Palace will arrest you with its beauty and scenic location on the 4-km long, man-made Lake Pichola. The palace is now operated by the Taj Group and offers captivating views of the Aravalli Hills. This is certainly one of the most romantic locations in the entire state and the heritage walks are to die for! Maharaja Jagat Singh II built this amazing palace that will bowl you over with its sculpted marble and moldings. While here, you can spend all day boating on the placid Lake Pichola, commencing from Rameshwar Ghat to the City Palace.
Timings: 09:00 am to 06:00 pm (All Days)
Saheliyon Ki Bari:
Saheliyon Ki Bari or the Garden of the Maidens was built by Maharana Sangram Singh in the early years of the 18th century. This awe-inspiring development catered to the maids who would go with the Princess of Udaipur to her husband’s hearth (part of the dowry given by the Maharana). This place had pretty women dancing, singing, and merry and the beautiful marble elephants, fountains, a lotus pool, and kiosks bear ample testimony to the richness of the time.
This beautiful man-made lake with its striking blue-hued waters against the backdrop of green hills is what has earned Udaipur its sobriquet of “The Second Kashmir”. Exceptionally clean and expansive, the Fateh Sagar Lake is a great place to visit in Udaipur mainly for its 4 islands that are attractions in themselves. Accessible only by boat, the islands play host to public parks and a solar observatory that is worth a look. The lake in Udaipur, named after Maharana Fateh Singh of Udaipur and Mewar, is a center of the city’s life that not only supplies water to the urban areas but also provides employment to a large fraction of the populace.
Timings: 8:00 am to 06:00 pm
Constructed in 1362 AD, most likely by a banjara tribesman, Lake Pichola today is an iconic symbol of Udaipur. Measuring nearly 4 Km in length and 3 Km in width, the lake is a must-see place to visit in Udaipur. A myriad of palaces, temples, royal quarters and ghats, and chabutaras have been developed around the lake and on its several islands over the years. These structures like the Lake Palace and Jag Mandir are the most popular sites here but for a fresh experience, we’d recommend taking a boat from the City Palace to Arsi Vilas Island to go explore the bird sanctuary it hosts.
The entire land of Udaipur is adorned with beautiful lakes all around the city rendering peace and love to every passerby with these eye-coolers because of its tranquil surroundings and scenic sunsets. You could also take a boat cruise of the lake or a shore cruise on a camel.