Bikaner Tour Packages

Bikaner, the name has been heard by most of Indians with nankeens especially ‘Bhujiya’. Bikaner Travel Package will give you many opportunities to have so many delicious dishes of Bikaner. It is a city located in the northwest direction of Rajasthan. In the past, it was the capital of the state of Bikaner. The city was established by Rao Bika in 1488. Thus the name of the city is Bikaner. You will find the canal of the Ganges here. The celebration of Akshay Tritiya is especially famous in Bikaner and a must-attend function during Bikaner Trip Package if possible.

Places to Visit during Bikaner Tour

Junagarh Fort

There are numerous palaces and temples in the fort. They provide a luxurious lifestyle for the rulers and their families. It is such a treat to your eyes on Bikaner Holiday Packages. It gives a clear picture of the extravagance of their kingly lifestyle. The Maharanas of Rajasthan had such princely conduct. The government is taking a lot of care of the temples and palaces in the fort and the temples and palaces have been preserved in museums.

Laxmi Niwas Palace

Laxmi Niwas Palace was built by Maharaja Ganga Singh. To our surprise, it was designed by a British architect in the year 1902. It was built in Indo-Saracenic style. This style is also called the Mughal Gothis or Hindoo style. Now I am sure it holds a special place for craze for you on the Bikaner Tour Itinerary. Unlike many other monuments, it is not in ruins. It has been maintained by one of the royal families of Bikaner. It is now a hotel, a luxury heritage hotel.

Rao Bikaji’s Fort

Rao Bikaji’s Fort is important on the Bikaner Tour Package. It was built by the founder. It is older than Junagarh Fort. It was built in 1478 and Junagarh Fort was built in 1590. The not-so-good news is that it is in ruins nowadays. It is just 1.5 km away from the city center.

Temples of Bikaner

There are Karni Mata Temple, Mukam Bishnoi Temple, Laxminath Temple, and Bhandasar Jain Temple as special tourist attractions. Karni Mata Temple is believed to be a supernatural spot as an incarnation of Goddess Durga. You would love to know that the construction of the palace is in Mughal style.

Now coming to Bishnoi temple, Bishnoi is a sect and it has followers. Mukam is a place where followers follow 29 rules to preserve nature. Guru Jambeshwar, who founded this sect believes in staying as a soul in the temple to date. This temple does hold an important spot on the Bikaner Travel Package. You can find Bishnois gathering in the temple on the day of No Moon Day.

Bhandasar Temple is known for leaf paintings, ornamented mirror work, and frescoes. If you wish to see the complexity of architecture yet beautiful, You are please welcome to the Bikaner Trip Package.

So, do visit all the major tourist attractions on Bikaner Holiday Packages and gain important information from them. It will also give you great locations to take pictures and preserve memories. Don’t miss to visit the Laxmi Niwas Palace. Even if you stay at some other hotel, at least do visit for one meal.

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Bikaner is nicknamed the "Camel City" due to its historical association with camels.  Camels played a vital role in Bikaner's economy and transportation, especially in the harsh Thar Desert climate.  The city was once a major camel trading center, and even its royal cavalry used camels extensively.

  • Explore the majestic Junagarh Fort, a sprawling complex showcasing Rajput architecture, courtyards, and museums.
  • Wander through the Lalgarh Palace, a beautiful red sandstone palace adorned with intricate carvings and courtyards.
  • Visit the impressive Karni Mata Temple, renowned for its resident rats, and considered sacred by devotees.
  • Immerse yourself in the bustling Bikaner Bazaar, a haven for handcrafted souvenirs, textiles, and local delicacies.
  • Take a camel ride or jeep safari into the Thar Desert for an unforgettable desert experience.
  • Explore the Gajner Palace, a former hunting lodge now converted into a luxurious heritage hotel.
  • Visit the National Research Centre on Camels, a unique institute dedicated to camel research and conservation.
  • Learn about Bikaner's royal history at the Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum.
  • Sample delicious Rajasthani cuisine with a Bikaneri twist, known for its rich curries and savory snacks.
  • Witness the vibrant celebrations during the Bikaner Camel Festival, showcasing vibrant processions, camel races, and cultural performances (usually held in January).

The best time to visit Bikaner is generally from October to March, when the weather is pleasant and sunny.  Summer (April-June) can be scorching, while monsoon season (July-September) experiences occasional heavy rains.

Bikaner is well-connected by road to major Rajasthan cities.  Bikaner Junction Railway Station receives trains from various Indian cities.  The closest airport is Jodhpur Airport (around 240 km away).

Bikaner offers a variety of hotels and guesthouses to suit all budgets and preferences.  From luxurious heritage hotels like Gajner Palace to comfortable budget options, there's something for everyone.

Marwari is the primary language spoken in Bikaner.  However, Hindi and English are also widely understood, especially in tourist areas.

The Indian Rupee (INR) is the official currency used in Bikaner. ATMs and currency exchange services are readily available in the city.

Bikaner is generally considered a safe destination for tourists.  As with any place, practice common sense precautions like being aware of surroundings and keeping valuables secure.

  • Bikaner was once a princely state ruled by the Rathore dynasty, known for their bravery and horsemanship.
  • The famous "Bikaneri Bhujia," a spicy and crunchy snack, originated in Bikaner.
  • Bikaner has a rich tradition of arts and crafts, including miniature paintings, pottery, and lacquerware.

Bikaner Camel Festival (January) is a major tourist attraction.  Other festivals include Gangaur (celebrating spring), Teej (monsoon festival), and Diwali (festival of lights).