Rajasthan Tour Packages

home / Rajasthan tour packages

Rajasthan Tour Packages

A vast desert that stretches as far as the eye can see, charming architectural wonders that boast a rich historical legacy, bustling streets with random surprises and delicious cuisine made with spices and traditional herbs, Rajasthan is a fascinating package. Rajasthan, also known as the Land of the Kings, is a beautiful state of India with a rich and vibrant culture and interesting landforms. The real charm of the state has been attracting visitors from all over the world. Various tourists take the Rajasthan tour package for a fascinating and memorable vacation in the largest state of India, which has a captivating beauty that captivates all visitors.

With the interesting mix of modern ideas and historical pride, the state of Rajasthan meets the needs of every visitor. Yes, in addition to the old royal charm, the state has a lot to explore. From the picturesque places to the stunning desert and vibrant culture, you will never get tired of real Rajasthan. Experience the beauty of the three gems of the state, Jaipur - the Pink City, Jaisalmer - the Golden City, Jodhpur - the Blue City. Enjoy a camel ride through the vast desert and climb Mount Abu, the only hill station in the state that offers fascinating views of the state. Make the most of your Rajasthan tour packages by savoring the traditional Rajasthani cuisine that fills your mouth with taste disturbances. We promise that the colors of Rajasthan will stay with you throughout your life.

Rajasthan tour packages possibly the most sought after vacation packages. The very name of Rajasthan evokes the image of hill forts, maharajas with scimitars mounted on painted elephants, the exquisitely carved Havelis and the royal hunting grounds. Our Rajasthan tour packages are designed to give you a glimpse into that era of opulence, indulgence and art. These attractions, even now, make Rajasthan one of the most popular tourist places to visit in the country.

From the vibrant bazaars and resplendent forts of the “Pink City - Jaipur” to “City of Lakes - Udaipur” with its floating palaces and from the camel safari in the dunes of Sam Thar in Jaisalmer and Bikaner to the abundant wildlife of Bharatpur and Ranthambore, these exquisitely crafted Rajasthan holiday packages your ticket to a bygone era of elegance, splendour and romance.

Explore the forts of Rajasthan, a world heritage site, marvel at the frescoes and Havelis, run into Ranthambore or shop up to the vibrant bazaars of Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur, not to mention the world’s largest cattle fair in Pushkar. Nothing is better than Rajasthan trip packages when it comes to a scheduled with history, adventure and the experiences of a lifetime.

Read more ...

There is too much in Rajasthan to keep the most restless tourists. Maharaja’s life with a stay in one of the palace hotels that are now some of the best hotels in India, visit the medieval Havelis, tour the Thar desert and travel the old trade routes and become part of the history while you choose one of our best Rajasthan tour packages.

In Rajasthan tour packages you will find some detailed Rajasthan tour itineraries based on the most demanding and popular routes and destinations of Rajasthan. All our personalized travel itineraries are completely flexible and can be customized according to your personal needs and interests.

Best Rajasthan Tour Packages

20 Nights and 21 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Mandawa (1N)
  • Bikaner (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Kumbhalgarh (1N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Pushkar (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Orchha (1N)
  • Khajuraho (2N)
  • Varanasi (2N)

17 Nights and 18 Days

Customize Now

  • Mumbai (1N)
  • Goa (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Kumbhalgarh (1N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Bikaner (2N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Delhi (2N)

17 Nights and 18 Days

Customize Now

  • Agra (1N)
  • Jaipur (3N)
  • Ranthambhore (1N)
  • Bundi (1N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Kumbhalgarh (1N)
  • Mount Abu (2N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Bikaner (1N)
  • Mandawa (1N)

14 Nights and 15 Days

Customize Now

  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Kumbhalgarh (1N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Bikaner (2N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Delhi (2N)

17 Nights and 18 Days

Customize Now

  • Mumbai (1N)
  • Aurangabad (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Kumbhalgarh (1N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Bikaner (2N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Delhi (2N)

20 Nights and 21 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Mandawa (1N)
  • Bikaner (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Kumbhalgarh (1N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Pushkar (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Orchha (1N)
  • Khajuraho (2N)
  • Varanasi (2N)

12 Nights and 13 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Kumbhalgarh (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Goa (3N)

14 Nights and 15 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Chittorgarh (1N)
  • Kumbhalgarh (2N)
  • Uaipur (3N)
  • Aurangabad (3N)

14 Nights and 15 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Mandawa (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Ranthambhore (2N)
  • Bharatpur (1N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Orchha (1N)
  • Khajuraho (2N)
  • Varanasi (2N)

13 Nights and 14 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Ranakpur (1N)
  • Manvaar (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Agra (1N)

10 Nights and 11 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Ranthambhore (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Jodhpur (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)

12 Nights and 13 Days

Customize Now

  • Agra (1N)
  • Jaipur (3N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Bikaner (1N)
  • Mandawa (1N)

11 Nights and 12 Days

Customize Now

  • Ahmedabad (1N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (1N)
  • Sam Sand Dunes (2N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Agra (2N)

12 Nights and 13 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Udaipur (1N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Jaipur (1N)
  • Bangalore (2N)
  • Mysore (1N)
  • Ooty (1N)
  • Cochin (1N)
  • Alleppey/Houseboat (1N)
  • Kumarakom (1N)

11 Nights and 12 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Bikaner (1N)
  • Mandawa (1N)

11 Nights and 12 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (1N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Ranthambhore (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Chittorgarh (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Vadodara (2N)
  • Ahmedabad (1N)

14 Nights and 15 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (1N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Ranthambhore (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Chittorgarh (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Mumbai (1N)
  • Goa (3N)
  • Hampi (2N)

12 Nights and 13 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Chittorgarh (2N)
  • Ranthambhore (1N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Bhubaneswar (3N)

11 Nights and 12 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (1N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Ranthambhore (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Chittorgarh (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (2N)

19 Nights and 20 Days

Customize Now

  • Jaipur (3N)
  • Mandawa (1N)
  • Bikaner (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Mount Abu (2N)
  • Udaipur (3N)
  • Chittorgarh (1N)
  • Pushkar (1N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Delhi (2N)

6 Nights and 7 Days

Customize Now

  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Agra (2N)
  • Delhi (2N)

9 Nights and 10 Days

Customize Now

  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Mandawa (1N)
  • Bikaner (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Pushkar (1N)

8 Nights and 9 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Pushkar (1N)
  • Jodhpur (2N)

8 Nights and 9 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Jodhpur (2N)

12 Nights and 13 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Deogarh (1N)
  • Chittorgarh (1N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Kumbhalgarh (1N)
  • Jodhpur (2N)

18 Nights and 19 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Mandawa (1N)
  • Bikaner (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Jodhpur (2N)
  • Mount Abu (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Chittorgarh (1N)
  • Pushkar (1N)
  • Ranthambhore (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)

7 Nights and 8 Days

Customize Now

  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Bikaner (2N)
  • Jaisalmer (2N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)

15 Nights and 16 Days

Customize Now

  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Mandawa (1N)
  • Bikaner (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Mount Abu (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Chittorgarh (1N)
  • Bundi (1N)
  • Ranthambhore (1N)

12 Nights and 13 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Neemrana (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Bikaner (2N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Khimsar (1N)
  • Pushkar (1N)

11 Nights and 12 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Rohet (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (2N)
  • Khuri (1N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)

7 Nights and 8 Days

Customize Now

  • Jodhpur (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Bundi (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)

12 Nights and 13 Days

Customize Now

  • Jaisalmer (2N)
  • Bikaner (2N)
  • Mandawa (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Bharatpur (1N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Delhi (2N)

10 Nights and 11 Days

Customize Now

  • Delhi (3N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Devigarh (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Samode (1N)
  • Agra (1N)

13 Nights and 14 Days

Customize Now

  • Ahmedabad (1N)
  • MountAbu (2N)
  • Udaipur (3N)
  • Chittorgarh (1N)
  • Pushkar (1N)
  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Mandawa (1N)
  • Delhi (2N)

8 Nights and 9 Days

Customize Now

  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Ranthambhore (2N)
  • Bharatpur (1N)
  • Sariska (1N)
  • Delhi (2N)

17 Nights and 18 Days

Customize Now

  • Jaipur (2N)
  • Mandawa (1N)
  • Bikaner (1N)
  • Jaisalmer (3N)
  • Jodhpur (1N)
  • Mount Abu (2N)
  • Udaipur (2N)
  • Pushkar (1N)
  • Jaipur (1N)
  • Agra (1N)
  • Delhi (2N)

Rajasthan Budget Packages

Rajasthan budget packages bring some of the best places in the country with an important focus on the favorite destinations of Rajasthan, which involve the cities of Jaisalmer, Jaipur, and Udaipur. In general, the purpose here is to allow you to savor the beauty of a land full of wonderful forts and Havelis palaces.

Feel enchanted in the midst of colorful people and unique culture to warm the soul and live a remarkable experience. Take a tour that offers strong vignettes of the culture, customs and rituals of India to understand the uniqueness of the land imbued with spirituality and history.

Rajasthan tour plan offers wide range of Rajasthan budget holidays packages, affordable Rajasthan tour packages, check our all Inclusive Rajasthan tour Itineraries with prices, our Rajasthan tourism specialists will offer the Rajasthan holiday plans of your dreams.

Rajasthan Tour Packages from Delhi

Four Wheel Drive India is a dedicated luxury tour operator in Rajasthan offering an array of high-quality services with first-hand knowledge of tours packages, Offering wide range of Rajasthan tour packages from Delhi, we not only Rajasthan tour itinerary but book trip to India for couples, families, friends, business, solo, and group tour, and ensure personalized service with great value for money. Our customized Rajasthan tour Packages guarantee for the best travel experience in incredible state of India.

Rajasthan tour packages is one of the most wonderful destinations in India. It is very loved by tourists inside and outside the country. One of the best valued Rajasthan honeymoon tour packages offered you. The majestic tourist places in Rajasthan and the beautiful city are worth it to celebrate love with your partner. If you are looking for some real and exotic places to visit in the state, do not miss this itinerary.

The world knows that the state of Rajasthan is known to be splendid. Let me tell you that apart from being real, it is a city of beauty. From mountain resorts to deserts, fort, and palace, this state has it all. Every person in their life should take Rajasthan tour packages from Delhi. You will come back with many things and the best experiences of your life.

Best Time to Explore Rajasthan

Rajasthan experiences dry weather conditions with 3 distinct seasons due to its proximity to the desert. Although the temperatures are sometimes adverse, the beauty of the place is always at its best. However, the peak months that see an influx of tourists are from November to February. These are pleasant months with moderate daytime temperatures.

April to June

Rajasthan experiences summer during the months of April, May, and June. Daytime temperatures soar high with averages that rise up to 40⁰C to 45⁰C. High humidity levels make the climate more uncomfortable and it is difficult to explore the state in such conditions. If you are traveling to Rajasthan during this time, Mount Abu is the best place to enjoy a relaxed vacation. The hill station has comparatively lower temperatures and offers a picturesque landscape that cannot be missed.

July to September

Rajasthan experiences rains from July to September. The obstacle helps to cool the atmosphere and adds coolness to the region. Monsoon improves the beauty and enchantment of Rajasthan, especially the lake of Udaipur, where the lakes are up with water and the weather is pleasant. However, the humid levels are very high during this time.

October to March

Winter in Rajasthan extends from October to March. Despite the relatively low temperatures, the state is multiplied by visitors who explore their majestic beauty. The cities of Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, and Jaipur are the most popular destinations during this time. The famous Pushkar Mela, the most important cultural festival of India held in November, is another reason why people choose their Rajasthan tourism packages during this time.

What to See in Rajasthan

The state of Rajasthan is truly magical. You can have a memorable vacation exploring its many wonders that range from architectural wonders to natural splendors. Some of the famous destinations of Rajasthan are mentioned below.

Ajmer - Located in the hills of Aravalli, Ajmer is another famous city of Rajasthan. It is a popular pilgrimage center for Muslims. In the city is the famous Ajmer Dargah Sharif who has the tomb of Moinuddin Chisti, who was the founder of the Chisti Sufism order. The place is also a famous place of pilgrimage for Hindus.

Alwar - Nestled in the green hills, Alwar has a thick forest cover that houses numerous exotic birds. In addition to its rich natural beauty, Alwar has its share of forts and palaces as well. It is one of the oldest cities in Rajasthan and has a rich cultural history dating back to 1,500 BC. The city is also famous for its enchanted fort of Bhangarh.

Bundi - Those looking for a quiet vacation in Rajasthan should include Bundi in their Rajasthan trip. The beautiful city surrounded by palaces and fortresses seems to be a land of dreams. Located in silence, far from the crowds, the city presents the natural beauty of Rajasthan with fascinating orchards that fill the air with freshness and the Aravalli range that offers an equally fascinating background.

Bikaner - Bikaner, the “Country of the Camel”, has been attracting tourists because of its strong cultural roots. It is also famous for its sand dunes that stretch throughout the region. It is the typical city of Rajasthan that you should include in your Rajasthan tour packages. With forts, palaces and deserts, Bikaner offers a unique experience. He is also known for having the best camels on horseback.

Chittorgarh - Chittorgarh occupies a dominant place in the history of Rajasthan. The symbol of Rajputana’s bravery, Chittorgarh, should not be missed during your tour of Rajasthan. The main feature of the place is the famous Chittorgarh fort, which still resonates with the tales of the Rajput’s bravery and sacrifices. The impressive structure is located on the top of a hill and extends over an area of 700 acres. As you walk through the great fort, you will remember the glory of Rajput, one that still stands out.

Jaipur - Besides being the capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is basically the most popular destination of the state. Also called a “Pink City” for its sandstone architecture, Jaipur explicitly pronounces Rajasthan's reality. It was founded on 1727 by Raja Sawai Jai Singh and contains many monuments that are significant for Rajasthan and India's history and culture. Some wonderful are the glorious Hawa Mahal and the amazing Jantar Mantar.

Jaisalmer - The beauty of Rajasthan is not limited to Jaipur. You will find more fascinating wonders, as you will continue to explore the state under Rajasthan tour packages. Jaisalmer, the Rajasthan's “Golden City”, will fill you with admiration and admiration. Although located in the middle of the Thar Desert, the city does not lack Rajasthan's opulence. Enjoy exploring its desert, where the yellow sand dunes are burned. The magnificent and stunning palaces also have great stories to tell. The desert festival of Jaisalmer, made between January and February, is quite popular and attracts visitors from around the world.

Jodhpur - Jodhpur is another jewel of Rajasthan and a must-see in the Rajasthan tour packages. Famous as the “Blue City” and the “City of Sun”, the place hosts numerous temples, forts, and palaces that are innate to the culture of Rajasthan. The beautiful landscape of the city is impressive. Some of the famous destinations you should visit in Jodhpur are the Mehrangarh Fort, the Jaswant Thada, the Umaid Bhawan Palace, and the Masuria Hill Garden, among others.

Mount Abu - Mount Abu is the only hill station in Rajasthan, which offers a great respite from the arid climate. Enjoy a relaxing vacation in the beautiful hill station that offers spectacular views of Rajasthan. It is also famous for the majestic temples of Dilwara.

Pushkar - If you want to experience the real beauty of Rajasthan, head to Pushkar city. This city is famous for hosting one of the few Brahma temples in India. Pushkar Lake is also a popular Hindu pilgrimage site. The night Aarti on the Ghats is the most beautiful sight in Udaipur. In addition, the city is also famous for its annual camel fair, which it hosts in October and November. The fair offers a great opportunity for travelers to experience the vibrant colors of Rajasthan.

Udaipur - This city of Rajasthan is known as the “City of Lakes”, Udaipur has a spicy beauty that makes it stand out. This ancient capital of the kingdom of Mewar has many attractions that you must include in tour package of Rajasthan. The fascinating landscape of the beautiful city, often called the Venice of the East, is fascinating. In addition to visiting its famous palaces, you can spend a relaxing evening by boat on Lake Pichola.

How to Reach Rajasthan

Rajasthan is a most popular Indian state and a famous tourist destination. It is beautiful culture and rich heritage attracts tourists from around the world. Being a 1st tourist destination, the State has great connectivity with other important cities of India through road ways, rail ways, and air ways and also to some international cities around the world. You can easily reach the state by choosing any of the transport modes available.

By Road

Rajasthan has a great road connection too. The well-established road network provides easy access to the state. The national highway that connects the state measures 5655 KMs while the state highway, which runs along Rajasthan, is 8627 KMs. So, searching Rajasthan is easier if you choose for private transportation. The NH-8 runs through Udaipur and Jaipur during an excellent 4-way road connecting Jaipur and Agra.

By Train

India has an extensive railway network connecting all regions. Also, Rajasthan also has a large railway network that connects it well with the neighboring states and most important cities in the country. Various super-fast trains through a state that have 4600 KMs long railways. There are direct train from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Bangalore to Jaipur, which is the headquarters of the Northwest North-West railways of India. Trains also have routes to other important cities of Rajasthan.

By Air

Rajasthan has great connectivity with air. Jaipur International Airport connects it to important cities of India and the world. Jodhpur and Udaipur also have airports and receive domestic flights. New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi Airport International is closer to the state and has flights directed to Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur. In addition, there are also regular flights from Mumbai to the State.

What to Eat in Rajasthan

The land of rich culture and exotic beauty, Rajasthan abounds in exquisite experiences for its travelers. The next best thing while taking the Rajasthan tour packages is the delicious food. The flavors of Rajasthan are world famous. Here are some dishes that should be on your test list.

Dal Bati Churma - Dal Bati Churma is the main dish of Rajasthan and its true flavors can only be experienced during your visit to Rajasthan. Bati is hard baked bread with little water. It is served with Dal - Curry made with lentils. Churma, the coarsely ground wheat cooked in ghee, is a sweet addition to the dish. Sugar or jaggery is added while slowly cooking the wheat flour in ghee to add sweetness to the Churma.

Laal Maas - If you are interested in tasting the flavors of Rajasthan, don’t miss Laal Maas during your Rajasthan tour package. This spicy dish is a favorite in Rajasthan. It's a marinated lamb curry patiently cooked over low heat in a sauce made with red chilli peppers, onions, garlic paste and curd. It is called Laal Maas because of its red color due to the use of red chilli sauce.

Gatte ki Sabzi - Gatte ki Sabzi is another popular Rajasthan dish prepared in every home and loved by the locals. This dish is made with meatballs made of gram flour. They are steamed and fried, and then added to the rich sauce made with buttermilk, tomatoes and spices. The famous Gatte ki sabzi is accompanied by roti (flatbread) and rice.

Ghevar - Ghevar is a famous dessert of Rajasthan and a must during your tour of Rajasthan. The crispy sweet dish is made with flour mixed with ghee and milk. It is topped with almonds and other nuts. There are different varieties of Ghevar available in the market.

Ker Sangri - Ker Sangri is a delicious combination of Ker, wild berries and Sangri, long beans that grow in the desert regions of Rajasthan. The spicy and spicy flavors of the dish will remain with you for a long time.

Complete Exploration with Many Colors of Rajasthan

One of the first things that a traveler should notice in a tour of Rajasthan is how colorful are its cities and the marked contrast it has with the intact natural beauty of its various places. Explore the numerous fairs and festivals of this state by booking your stay at many of its resorts such as the Suryagarh in Jaisalmer, the Rambagh Palace in Jaipur or the V Resorts V Resorts Veergarh Jhalamand Jodhpur.

Biggest Cattle Fair that can be Seen - Pushkar fair or Kartik Mela is one of the largest cultural festivals in Rajasthan. More than 200,000 national and international tourists attend this fair and also witness one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimages to Pushkar Lake.

For Those Who Seek Conjugal Bliss - On festive occasion of Teej, generally around October, we witness the elaborate procession dedicated to the Goddess Parvati in the city of Jaipur for 2 days. It is considered an auspicious season for married women. Try to taste the Ghevar and Sattu sweets that are made especially for the occasion.

Festival at Sole Hill Station of Rajasthan - This is something that you cannot miss on your tour of Rajasthan if you visit it in the month of March. The Mount Abu summer festival will allow you to experience the diverse cultures of Rajasthan with ballad songs, cultural processions, and fun activities such as skating, racing, and tugs of war. Later in the evening, the long-awaited Sham-e-Qawalli arrives. A spectacular display of fireworks concludes on the last day.

Special Holi Celebration in Rajasthan - The elephant festival is celebrated on the day of the Holi festival. Jaipur displays a beautiful procession of decorated elephants, followed by other features such as the elephant pole and the elephant dance. If you are here in the month of March, be sure to take delight in the proud owners of elephants adorned with heavy jewelry and Jhools (saddle cloth).

The rich culture and colorful tradition of Rajasthan, the majestic fort and natural wonders make this place a magnet for all types of tourists. The endless list of things to do and places to visit in Rajasthan will ensure that you have a meaningful and satisfying vacation worth an entry in your travel journal.