Rajasthan, the colorful land of Royal family is occupying the largest landscape in India. From the desert land to beautiful lakes, picturesque architectures to the treasure of history and silent dense forest to the gorgeous festivals; this land perpetually offers a great variety of tourism options. The culture, tradition, cuisine and dressing sense of locals of the state is totally different from the state. To know them closely and to visit the attractions of the state, tourist always want to opt Rajasthan travel package because, traveling is the option by which tourist can explore all the attractions of the state in the finest way.
Following are some major destinations of Rajasthan, which tourist likes to visit during their tour:
Also regarded as the most romantic city of India. The scenic beauty of Pichola Lake and the flow of tranquil water are the great inspiration for writers and poets. The City Palace Museum, Jag Mandir and Sahelion ki Bari are some beautiful attractions of the city, which would take you back to the glorious days of past. The night view of the massive “City Palace” is worth watching, where decorated lights gorgeously multiplies the beauty of the palace. Inside the complex there are several popular palaces, museum and gardens exists which shows the amalgamation of Rajasthani, Medieval, Mughal, European and Chinese Architecture. Horseback riding, camel riding, cultural shows are some featured entertainment of the city, which would never let you forget the trip to Udaipur.
This wonderful city is one part of the Great Indian Desert. Amidst the desert the yellowish sandstone Jaisalmer Fort is situated. Ancient havelis, forts, beautiful temples and ravishing palaces of Jaisalmer has made a perfect holiday destination for the tourist. One of the greatest Haveli of past “Patwon-ki-Haveli” now has turned into a government museum. Camel safari on the desert land is the prime attraction of the city. To experience boat riding in the desert land move to Gadisar Lake, which is surrounded by temples and tombs of saints.
The city is known for its rich cultural heritage and tradition. The sparkling history of Jodhpur is personified through the diverse monuments, forts and palaces of the city. Mehrangarh Fort the largest Fort of the state shows the complete view of the “Blue City,” Jodhpur. The Fort itself represents some beautiful Mahals like Phool Mahal, Sheesh Mahal and Moti Mahal. Moving down from the fort you will arrive at Jaswant Thada, the white marble cenotaph of Maharaja Jaswant Singh. One another attraction of Jodhpur is Umaid Bhawan Palace, one of the world’s largest personal residencies, which is holding 64 luxurious rooms.
Popularly known for the world’s largest camel fair. The great festival is started after having a holy bath in the great Pushkar Lake. The rare Brahma temple you can find at Pushkar. Existence of various Ghats and temples has made Pushkar a perfect holy place. Apart from the religious importance, Pushkar offers ranges of shopping options like various fabrics, handicraft goods, books, traditional and fusion music, etc.
The capital city of Rajasthan also known as the “Pink City“ of India. The city is loaded with warm-hearted people and they always ready to welcome the guests. People get attracted to Jaipur not only to watch historic heritage and cultural beauty, but also for its wonderful Havelis, festivals and fairs. City Palace one of the finest museums in the city shows a wonderful collection of royal belongings like swords, armory, Rajasthani dresses, jewels, etc. One another ideal observatory of Jaipur is Jantar Mantar, which was used to measure time at the ancient time. The most remarkably designed palace, Hawa Mahal was built-in the 18th century from where royal ladies watched the daily life passing through the bazaar but now it has converted a museum. There are some other attractions those you can watch during your holiday in Jaipur are Jaigarh Fort, Amber Fort, B M Birla Planetarium, Laxmi Narayan temple, Nahargarh Fort, etc.
Bikaner houses of many temples like Deshnok Temple, Laxmi Nath temple, Bhandasar Jain temple, etc. that drawn devotees from every nook and corner of the world. The city is recognized for the best camel riding and hence it is considered the largest Camel Research and Breeding farms in the world. Visiting Bikaner for the first time you can watch the royal residency Laxmi Niwas Palace, Lalgarh Palace and Gajner Palace. Your tour to Bikaner becomes more enjoyable if you are visiting the city in the month of January. During this month locals organizes the much-famed camel Festival, where you can enjoy Rajasthani dance, songs and some other Rajasthani belongings which are on sell during this festival.
Ranthambore witnessed many battles played out in this land by the ancient rulers, but now the landscape has converted to National Park. It is the best place to spot out royal tigers in the daytime. Ranthambore is the dwelling place of many endangered species and animals like leopard, hyena, nilgai, wild boar, sloth bear sambar and chital. During winter the park gets loaded with migratory birds that welcome the wildlife lovers and photographers to catch them in their film of camera. Tiger safari in Ranthambore National Park is the best way to explore tigers and other rare animals, which keep intake the beauty of the park.
Thereal habitat of miscellaneous birds can be seen in the famous bird sanctuary of Bharatpur, Keoladeo Ghana National Park. The park houses 298 kinds of bird’s species and 117 species of migratory birds which flies from Siberia and China. Bharatpur offers a range of tourist attractions such as Lohagarh Fort, Deeg Palace and Banke Bihari Temple.