Rajasthan, the north India semi-desert state of India is a major tourist destination in India where desert beauty blossoms, the forts and palaces tell a saga of bygone era, the pure chaos of desert life beckons one lifetime. A state of India where one will see the medieval caravan routes, waste land, desert animals, oasis and many more. So, a Rajasthan tour is mesmerizing always.
The fort and palaces tour of Rajasthan is the most revered tours among the global tourists as these forts and palaces display the Rajput regalia. In any city or town of Rajasthan which was ruled by kings have a fort and palace which bears testimony to the glorious rules of the Rajput kings. Jaipur, the pink city of Rajasthan houses the majestic Amber Fort, City Palace, Jai Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, and Hawa Mahal which are emblem of the Rajput rule. Udaipur, the most romantic city of Indian continent houses lakes and palaces at a nice ambience. Other cities of Rajasthan which houses forts and palaces are Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Chittorgarh, Samode, Neemrana, Sariska, etc. The Jaisalmer Golden Fort, Mehrangarh Fort, Chittorgarh Fort, Samode palace, Sariska Palace are most renowned forts and palaces. The Shekhawati region of Rajasthan houses the havelis of the rich merchants which have painted havelis.
The desert cultural life is an attraction to the tourists, while in Rajasthan one likes to visit the Jaisalmer Desert Cultural centre to have a look on the desert cultural life. The festivals celebrated in Rajasthan have great cultural value as these festivals reflect the rich cultural life of the state. The folk dance and music of Rajasthan are rich in their themes and rhythmic tunes. Camel and elephant play a significant role in the festivals of Rajasthan. Pushkar Camel fair which is a great cultural extravaganza of Rajasthan is celebrated on the day of full moon on the bank of Pushkar Holy Lake. It is a festival of fairs and games, fun and thrill. Other renowned festivals are Bikaner festival, Jaisalmer festival, Mount Abu festival, etc.
Wildlife is a part of Rajasthan tourism as it houses three renowned parks-Sariska Tiger Reserve, Ranthambore National Park and Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. Bird lovers will have great fun and pleasure while spotting the birds at the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary which houses more than 200 species of birds.
Rajasthan and its vast tourism resources make this state one of the most visited travel destinations in India. Other resources are tribal life, textile, art and handicrafts, paintings, hill station Mount Abu, Ranakpur and Dilwara Jain temples, Rohet Bishnoi Community, Neemrana village tour, Nagaur Festival, Jaipur Elephant Festival, etc.
Whether it is a fort and palaces tour, village tour or cultural tour, Rajasthan travel package pacifies a true traveler who wants to explore desert beauty and the Rajput regalia.