An exotic land, a dream come true for the Western world, Rajasthan was home to the Rajputs, the martial races of India known equally for their love of arts and architecture as well as valor and chivalry.
Tourism opportunities in Rajasthan are immense. Whether it is sand dunes, Desert safari, forts and palaces, the colorful tribal life or the fairs and festivals of Rajasthan, travelers to Rajasthan are assured of a truly regal experience. Come, feel the royalty of Rajasthan yourself!
Rajasthan Desert Tour
14 Nights / 15 Days
Delhi, Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaipur, Agra, Delhi.
Today, little in Rajasthan has changed because the history that was its past is inextricably linked with its present. It was here the armies of everyone from invaders to those of the Marathas, the Mughals and the British laid siege.
In later years, as peace became common, the rulers created stately palaces outside their forts, most of which are now open to visitors as hotels or museums. Camels and cars coexist as means of transportation. The handcrating skills of the craftspeople cater to international designer needs with the same expertise as local ones.
We arrange special camps in desert for night stay. These are very popular amongst national & international visitors. Special culture performances are also help in these camps and the food & style is naturally Rajasthani.
14 Nights / 15 Days
Delhi, Jaipur, Ranthambore, Agra, Gwalior, Shivpuri, Orchha, Khajuraho, Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Raipur, Delhi
For all one's inclination to believe that Rajasthan is a desert, it is difficult to ignore the fact that the region, in fact, has a varied topography, and includes from semi-arid, desert-like conditions to among the oldest mountains in the world, and lush, water-filled valleys.
The Thar desert, also referred to as the Great Indian Desert, falls for most part within the state, though parts of it do stretch into other states such as Gujarat, Punjab and Haryana, and this is what gives Rajasthan its unique topographical character. Unlike the typical desert, it does not have oasis, palms or cactii, and is densely populated. Sand dunes characterise it, just as much as saline depressions and lakes. Interestingly, since legends refer to this area as under water aeons ago, scientists have now proved that some 25 million years ago, this was indeed the case.