Rajasthan Tour Packages

Rajasthan tour packages offer some of the most sought-after holiday getaways in India. Being the largest Indian state, Rajasthan houses hundreds of tourist attractions. From majestic forts and palaces to beautiful lakes, landscapes, and wildlife. You have plenty of things to cover on this journey. The rich history, vibrant culture, and delicious food add great fun to your Rajasthan trip. You can explore this state as a solo backpacker or with friends and family. The couple's honeymoon tour packages are also quite popular during the wedding season. You get to enjoy the best of colorful Rajasthan tours. The warm hospitality is also something tourists here get attached to. We commit to providing you with a memorable Rajasthan holiday.

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Most Popular Rajasthan Tour Packages

Some cities on the Rajasthan tour attract visitors from all over the world. Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaipur, and Jaisalmer witness thousands of tourists every week. The best tour of Rajasthan must include the cuisine, safari, and festival experience. Here is a selection of Rajasthan tour packages, most suitable for international visitors.

Best Time to Visit Rajasthan for Trip

Most parts of Rajasthan are splendid throughout the year. But winter and monsoon is the best time to visit Rajasthan. The summers here get a bit too hot, especially during the day. The colder weather allows you to enjoy full Rajasthan tour packages. Yet, some notable sites see visitors in the summer as well. Let us take a look at the seasons and why they attract tourists.

Rajasthan in winter (October to March)

As we mentioned above, the best time for the Rajasthan tour is in winter. It is a perfect opportunity to explore the palaces, forts, temples, deserts, and safari. Jaipur, Ajmer, Udaipur, and Jaisalmer have good tourist sites for outdoor activities.

The temperature during the day is around 15-25 degrees Celsius (59-77 degrees Fahrenheit). You will love camel rides in the desert without getting sweaty. The winter nights are chill. The temperature is around 10 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit).

The winters make the landscapes pleasing and the state hosts a lot of fairs and festivals. The Rajasthan International Folk Festival takes place in October. Then you have the world-famous Pushkar Camel Fair in October-November. The Jaipur Literature Festival attracts literature enthusiasts from within and outside the country. To cover these festivals, our affordable Rajasthan tour packages are the best fit.

Rajasthan in monsoon (July to September)

Monsoon in Rajasthan brings a unique venture for visitors. The weather is cooler and you see some greenery on the otherwise arid land. The fragrance of wet earth and the shining palaces and forts rejuvenate the tour.

We recommend visiting Udaipur, Jodhpur, and Pushkar in the monsoon. Like the rest of India, lakes in these cities come alive during this season. Sometimes the rain is a bit too much and some outdoor activities can get canceled. But if you plan according to the weather, it can be the best tour of Rajasthan.

Rajasthan in summer (April to June)

Rajasthan tour in the summer can be a little challenging. More than half of Rajasthan is desert. The scorching sun makes the temperature go up to 45 degrees Celsius (113 degrees Fahrenheit). Outdoor activities during the day are generally avoided. However, the early mornings and nights do bring calming winds.

If you get a chance to visit Rajasthan in the summer, here are a few things to consider:

  • Mount Abu, Kumbhalgarh, or Ranakpur have hilly areas and great sights to look out for.

  • Most palaces, museums, and art galleries have cooler interiors. Some even have air conditioning to keep you cool.

  • Visit National parks and Wildlife sanctuaries.

  • April and May are cooler than June.

  • Local beverages such as buttermilk (lassi), lemonade (nimbu pani), and sugarcane juice.

Best places to visit in Rajasthan

Visitors like Rajasthan trip for the state’s fascinating history, lively culture, and awe-inspiring landscapes. The best tour of Rajasthan should accommodate all this to make your journey worth it.

Here are some must-visit holiday destinations in the state. This list will help you choose the right Rajasthan tour packages for you and your family.


The pink-hued architecture of Jaipur has given it the name of 'Pink City'. This city is like the gateway of Rajasthan Tourism. Exploring the majestic Amber Fort is an essential part of any visit to Jaipur. Then there are attractions such as the Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds) and the Nahargarh Fort. The spots provide a panoramic view of the city.

Other popular places in Jaipur are the Jal Mahal (The Water Palace), and Jaigarh Fort. Jantar Mantar, the city palace, and the Albert Hall Museum are also must-visit sites. If you love wildlife, you may consider the Jhalana Leopard Safari.


If you have to choose just one city in Rajasthan for your holidays, it has to be Udaipur. The picturesque lakes and palaces have earned Udaipur the title 'Venice of the East'. The low-lying Aravalli mountain range gives an alluring background to the city.

In the spectacular Lake Pichola, you can enjoy the boat ride and see the Lake Palace. The lake also houses the Jag Mandir temple on a small island. Beside the lake is the grand city palace. It showcases the fusion of Rajasthani and Mughal architectural styles.

Another major attraction in Udaipur is The Saheliyon ki Bari. It is a serene garden adorned with fountains, pavilions, and kiosks. Bagore Ki Haveli, the Sajjangarh Palace (Monsoon Palace), and the vintage car museum too, are worth your time.


Jodhpur is another captivating destination in the Rajasthan tour package. This city has got a lot of architectural wonders. The majestic Mehrangarh Fort is perched on a rocky hilltop in the background of the city. From there, you have a panoramic view of the blue-hued houses of Jodhpur. The fort houses the Moti Mahal (Pearl Palace) and Phool Mahal (Flower Palace) as well as the Sheesh Mahal (Glass Palace).

The Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhavan Palace, and the Mandore Gardens also attract tourists. Jodhpur also has tranquil lakes like Kaylana Lake and Balsamand Lake. Tripolia Market in the city is a good place to shop for local Handicrafts and Textiles.


Jaisalmer is called the 'golden city of India". It is because of the yellow sandstone in the architecture of forts and houses. Tourists from all over the world visit Jaisalmer for its rich cultural Heritage. The handicraft markets, the local cuisine and the camel safari are also worth your time.

The most notable place in the city is the magnificent Jaisalmer Fort, also called Sonar Quila. The craftsmanship in the wall carvings and palaces inside the fort is exquisite.

One can not miss the Sam sand dunes, the Gadsisar Lake, Bada Bagh and the Remarkable Patwon ki Haveli. If you are into mysteries and horror stories, head to Kuldhara Village.

Ranthambore National Park

The Ranthambore National Park near Sawai Madhopur City is for wildlife enthusiasts. Here, you can spot the majestic Bengal tigers.

The park's diverse landscape of dense forests, open grasslands and ancient ruins are ideal for wildlife safaris. Ranthambore is also known for various species of mammals, birds and reptiles. That makes the park a fascinating destination for birdwatchers and photographers.

Mount Abu

Situated amidst the lush Aravalli range, Mount Abu is a serene hill station. It is popular for its cool climate and natural beauty. The picturesque Nakki Lake and the stunning Dilwara Jain temples are also must-visits. We also recommend witnessing the breathtaking sunset from Guru Shikar.


Pushkar attracts travellers with its spirituality, vibrant atmosphere, and cultural heritage. The Brahma Temple is a major pilgrimage site beside Pushkar Lake. Pushkar is famous for its annual Pushkar Camel Fair. This fair attracts visitors from around the world. This fair is an extravaganza of camel trading, folk music, dance, and religious rituals.


Bikaner is a lively city with rich history, forts, temples and delicious cuisine. Visit the majestic Junagarh Fort, adorned with ornate carvings and vast courtyards. The famous Karni Mata Temple attracts visitors for its religious significance.

The Lalgarh Palace is a blend of Rajput, Mughal and European architectural styles. The delectable sweets of Bikaner make the city an irresistible destination for foodies too.


Ajmer is the most spiritual city in Rajasthan tour packages. The famous Ajmer Sharif Dargah, a revered Sufi shrine, attracts devotees from all over the world. The tranquil Ana Sagar Lake is a place of relaxation. The majestic Taragarh Fort offers panoramic views of the city. The exquisite Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra is a mosque with intricate architecture. The Ajmer Jain Temple is the city's other notable attraction.


​Chittorgarh Fort, a symbol of Rajputana resilience, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has got spectacular architecture with many elements. The sprawling complex includes palaces, temples, towers and reservoirs. It offers a glimpse into the city's glorious past.

Other notable attractions in Chittorgarh are the iconic Padmini Palace and the Vijay Stambh (Victory Tower). You can also consider Kirti Stambh (Tower of Fame) and the Rana Kumbha Palace. These sites in Chittorgarh of which bear witness to the bravery and grandeur of times past.

Famous Food to Eat in Rajasthan

Rajasthani cuisine boasts of the state's rich culture and royal heritage. Your Rajasthan trip must include local delicacies to make it worthwhile. Here are some popular food items we would recommend.

  • Dal Bati Churma

The most popular Rajasthani dish, Dal Bati Churma, is liked for its robust flavours. The lentil curry (dal) combined with the baked wheat balls (bati) and sweet crumbled wheat (churma) makes for an incredible taste. You will find this dish everywhere in Rajasthan, but in Jaisalmer, you should not miss it.

  • Pyaz ki Kachori

Pyaz ki Kachori is a crispy deep-fried pastry. You will find them at most restaurants and street food stalls. The delightful taste comes from spicy onion and potato fillings. You can enjoy the Kachori with tea or chutney. Buttermilk is another great beverage to complement it.

  • Ghevar

Ghevar is a traditional sweet of Rajasthan that is loved by the locals as well as the visitors. You might get them as a dessert in the restaurants but you can have it from the sweet shops as well.

It is made with a batter of flour, ghee, and sugar syrup and has a crispy as well as porous texture. If you have a sweet tooth, you will love the heavenly balance of sweetness and the richness of ghee in Ghevar.

  • Rajasthani Laal Maas

Rajasthani Laal Maas is the most sought-after meat curry in the state. Tender mutton cooked in a spicy red chilli-based gravy, infused with aromatic spices.

For a person from outside Rajasthan, you have a lot to discover in your culinary adventure here. Ideal Rajasthan tour packages will plan your meals accordingly. Some more food you must try are Mirchi Vada, Veg Jaipuri, Chicken Banjara Curry and Ker Sangri. Other than Ghevar, Mawa Kachori and Rabri are fantastic desserts.

Shopping in the colourful markets of Rajasthan 

The markets of Rajasthan offer exquisite handicrafts, textiles, jewellery, pottery and traditional clothing. Johari Bazaar and Bapu Bazaar in Jaipur are must-visits. The Bada Bazaar and Hathi Pol Bazaar in Udaipur, and the Clock Tower Market in Jodhpur will provide you with a unique shopping experience. Let's discuss some items to enhance the Colours of your Rajasthan tour and trip.

  • Jewellery

As a jewellery enthusiast, you must visit the Johri Bazaar in Jaipur, the Kote Gate in Bikaner and the Sarafa Bazaar in Jodhpur. The Sarafa Bazaar of Pushkar is also known for its exquisite traditional jewellery. Here you will find impeccable Meenakari work to Kundan jewellery. You can watch the creation of beautiful pieces up close as skilled artisans display their skills.

  • Footwear

The craftsmanship of Rajasthan is popular worldwide. It is evident in the unique style of footwear as well. The markets offer a wide range of options. You will love traditional Rajasthani Jootis (handcrafted shoes), embroidered Mojaris (slippers) and sandals.

The best places to shop for footwear are the Hathi Pol Bazaar in Udaipur and the Bapu Bazaar and Nehru Bazaar in Jaipur.

  • Metal Crafts

The skilled artisans of Rajasthan also have crazy expertise in metalwork. That includes brassware, silverware, copperware, and ironware. The markets of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner and Udaipur offer a wide array of metal crafts. We would recommend silver jewellery, carved brassware, traditional copper pots, and decorative items.

  • Pottery

Your Rajasthan tour packages won't be complete without having a look at pottery work. The detailed crafted pottery of so many varieties can be for your daily usage as well as decoration.

Some special works are Blue pottery, Glazed pottery, Bikaneri pottery and Pokhran pottery. The material to make these awesome pieces of art are clay, ceramic and terracotta.

  • Carpets

Rajasthani carpets are colourful with beautiful patterns and fine details. You will find rugs in traditional Rajasthani designs as well as with modern motifs. They're best purchased at the Sadar Bazaar in Jaisalmer and the Tripolia Bazaar in Jaipur.

Things to do in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is nowhere behind when it comes to fun and adventure activities. Here are a few things we recommend for a memorable Rajasthan trip.

  • Camel Safari - The desert landscape asks for it. You can enjoy your camel rides in Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner and Pushkar.

  • Desert Safari - The best place for desert Safari is Jaisalmer. Do it on a camel or you can book a jeep safari as well.

  • Desert Camping - Pushkar, Jaisalmer and Bikaner have good desert camping sites. Starry skies, golden sand dunes, sunsets and sunrises make this activity a special one.

  • Elephant Ride - An exciting experience of the royal lifestyle in the past. You can do it at Amber Fort in Jaipur.

  • Wildlife Tour - Rajasthan, with many wildlife sanctuaries and national parks is a mecca for wildlife enthusiasts. We recommend Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary, Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary and Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary.

  • Zipline - One of the best Rajasthan adventure activities. You will find this in almost all the popular tourist sites.

  • Hot Air Balloon Ride - Now you can cherish the beautiful landscape of Rajasthan from above like a bird. The rides are available in Jaipur, Pushkar and Udaipur. They allow you to enjoy the exotic view of the forts, palaces, the Aravalli range and the Thar desert.

  • Parasailing - Jaisalmer is a great place to be if you want to enjoy parasailing. The thrill and excitement of flying in the desert is a unique experience.

  • Hiking - The hills in Rajasthan are low-lying but there are many exquisite trails for hiking. Guru Shikar in Mount Abu, Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary and Neemcha temple trail in Udaipur are liked by many. Nahargarh Fort in Jaipur and the Hathni Kund trail in Nahargarh Wildlife Sanctuary are close to Jaipur.

  • Paragliding - Paragliding is a relatively new addition to Rajasthan adventure activities. Watching the cities rising from the desert is quite fun. You will find skilled professionals in Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Jaipur.

  • Temples tour - You will find grand temples across the state. Some notable religious sites are Brahma Temple in Pushkar, Dilwara Jain Temples in Mount Abu and Ajmer Sharif Dargah Mosque. You can also consider Jaipur Birla Mandir, Salasar Balaji Temple, Karni Mata Temple in Bikaner, and Ranakpur Jain Temple.

How to Reach Rajasthan

Rajasthan is in the Northern West part of India. It shares a border with Pakistan in the west. Punjab, Haryana and UP and Madhya Pradesh are in the east and Gujarat is in the west. Here are the ways to reach Rajasthan from Delhi, the National Capital of India.

Delhi to Rajasthan by Air: You can take a flight from Delhi to the major cities of Rajasthan. Jaipur is the closest to Delhi, followed by Jodhpur and Udaipur.

Delhi to Rajasthan by Rail: Delhi has got a lot of Air-conditioned trains running to Rajasthan. Take a train from New Delhi Railway Station to Jaipur Junction. It can connect you to other desirable parts of Rajasthan. It takes around 3-4 hours to reach Jaipur from Delhi. Cities like Ajmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Chittorgarh, etc also have direct trains from Delhi. If you want to have a luxurious ride to Rajasthan, check out, "Palace on Wheels".

Delhi to Rajasthan by Road: You will find tons of travel sites offering bus rides to Rajasthan. It takes around 5 hours from Delhi to reach Jaipur. You can also take National Highway 8 in your private vehicle or Taxi.


Rajasthan is famous for its rich cultural history, magnificent palaces, and festivals. It is a popular location for tourists wanting a glimpse of India's royal past. The exquisite handicrafts and the alluring Thar Desert are also part of its identity.

There is one major desert in Rajasthan, the Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert. It is the 17th largest desert in the world and covers a large part of western Rajasthan. The desert extends into parts of Gujarat and Pakistan. The Thar Desert is famous for its vast sand dunes, arid landscapes, and unique flora and fauna.

On a Rajasthan trip, don't miss the chance to explore these iconic forts: Amber and Nahargarh Fort in Jaipur. Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur Jaisalmer Fort, also called Sonar Quila. Ranthambore Fort within the Ranthambore National Park. Chittorgarh Fort Junagarh Fort in Bikaner Taragarh Fort in Ajmer Kumbhalgarh Fort near Rajsamand

Jaipur has the most number of forts and palaces in Rajasthan. It houses 3 forts, Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort and Jaigarh Fort. Then there are over 10 grand palaces. Most of these palaces have been turned into Heritage hotels.

To cover all the popular destinations, a Rajasthan trip can take between 10-15 days. You can also visit major cities like Jaipur, Udaipur and Jaisalmer in 4-5 days. These cities have many popular tourist sites.