Rajasthan is India’s most popular tourist destination, and not without reason. It is called the Land of Kings, with lavish palaces and majestic forts that speak of its royal heritage. The towns and cities are vibrant, their streets and bazaars filled with locals in their colourful traditional dresses and turbans.
But the true essence of Rajasthan can only be found in the unexplored regions, which provide a more authentic local experience. The people of rural Rajasthan are warm and welcoming. The state has a rich cultural tradition, including several music, dance, art and craft forms practised by specific communities.
Tiger safaris, leopard safaris, and birding expeditions make Rajasthan a dream destination for nature lovers. The terrain is surprisingly diverse and includes flat desert land as well as mountainous regions and lakes.
Rajasthan is in close proximity to the Taj Mahal in Agra. It is a part of the Golden Triangle, a triad of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur visited by every tourist in India. There are also three airports in the state that connect it to the rest of India.
If you tell us what your interests are, we'd be happy to design a custom-itinerary for you. Please let us know how many days you have. If your plan includes other parts of the country, please let us know that as well, so that we can suggest how best to fit Rajasthan into the plan.