Book Group Tour Packages to explore vibrant beauty of Rajasthan
Forts and Palaces are believed to be the soul of this royal state. The colourful Rajasthan portrays the old architectural beauty to the Indian and International travellers. Camel caravans and mesmerizing sand dunes give a splendid view to the majestic land of Rajasthan. When it comes to rich culture, Rajasthan is the first comes to our minds. You think about the crafts like Artwork, Stone, Clay Leather or Wood and Rajasthan craft industry definitely has it. Opting group tour packages for Rajasthan declares you a true traveller.
Reason to visit Rajasthan
Ignite your adrenaline with hot Air Balloon Rides, Desert and Camel Safaris, Zip line Adventure, Paragliding, Camping in sand dunes and cycling too. And when it comes to the festivals; Nagaur fair, Jaipur Literature fest, Desert festivals, Summer festival Mt. Abu, Pushkar fair, Kolayat fair and many more are available in Rajasthan. Forget an ordinary luxury train when you have opportunity to experience a luxury ‘Palace on wheels’. Yes, the Luxury & Royal train has twin-bedded chambers, all furnished and equipped with inbuilt wardrobes.
What to do?
Hot air ballooning: Exploring beautiful landscapes can only be done by hot air ballooning in Rajasthan. Experience breath-taking views from the height of: more than 500 feet. Choose your first option: Pink City – Jaipur since the city is great with royal forts and old architectural-colonial beauty.
Camping: Experience celestial wonders at night under the dark blue sky, decorated with twinkling stars. One of its kind outdoor activity, Camping is such a comfortable adventure in the sand dunes of Rajasthan.
Zip Line adventure: Zipping one end to other, Zip line ride is a unique adventure that glides you over the diverse landscapes of Jodhpur fort and beauty of Pink city.
Wildlife Safari: Nestled with unexpected adventure, Rajasthan’s desert is home to unique species of Birds & animals, and endangered species such as tigers. Sanctuaries in Rajasthan are well-settled with large number of wild animals, and ultimate flora & fauna. Sanctuaries in Bharatpur, Bikaner, Kota and Alwar are very popular among tourists.
Desert & Camel Safari: Life in villages like Jaisalmer and Jodhpur grooves to the sound of music and influenced with the profusion of colours. The camel safari introduces you to the vivid attire of women and proud moustaches of men in desert villages.
Paragliding: Must be included in your itinerary, Paragliding is definitely an adrenaline pumping sport in Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. Create unforgettable memories by witnessing golden charm of sand dunes, above from the sky.
Where to go?
Visit to Jaisalmer: Guys who are interested in geology, then Jaisalmer is the right place for them. Moving 15 km from the city, reaches to the Wood Fossil Park. Geological tragedies can be traced here since those occurred 180 million years ago. Jaisalmer fort (Golden Fort) and Havelis of Maharajas are the main attractions of this city. Pakistan touches the border line of India in this city as the country is separated with barbed wires.
Chittorgarh Fort: Do you remember the Mythological epic character-Bhim of Mahabharata? Yes, Pandva’s son Bhim was the man who was behind the construction of this amazing fort in Chittorgarh. Some of the monuments ruined, but the fort still houses several magnificent monuments to attract tourists here.
Rani Padmini Palace: Rani Padmini, Raja Ratan Singh and Ala-ud- din khilji is incredibly famous in these days among people of India. Here in Chittorgarh, you can visit Rani Padmini’s palace that plays an important role in Rajput history. The palace has pavilion which provided huge protection to the women of Rajput family.
Jain Temples: Fort of Chittorgarh is capturing six old Jain temples. Structured with 52 devkulikas, God Adinatha temple is the largest among all.
Not all the places included but most of them covered to introduce you with the majestic beauty of Rajasthan. To explore in deep, you can book tour packages like Rajasthan corporate tour package and Rajasthan family tour packages from Unlock Holidays. Price of 30,000 – 2,00,000, including all tour packages is enough to explore Royal Rajasthan.
When to go?
April – June: This is hot summer season in Rajasthan which is literally harsh for the temperatures rising up to 48 degree Celsius during the day. It is being recommended by some travel experts to visit Mt. Abu, Kumbhalgarh or Ranakpur during this season.
July-September: July comes up with some relief for Rajasthan. Temperature drops down with couples of degrees and allows you for sightseeing and exploring sanctuaries of Rajasthan. During morning and evening time, you can also explore forts and palaces.
October – March: Temperature continues to drop till 5 degree Celsius during these 5-6 months. This is the best month considered to spend holidays in Rajasthan. Severe variations in temperature can be seen during these months. Most of the festivals too come during this period and attracts a large number of tourists.
Students who are interested to take a dip in the charm of Rajasthan can also plan school college tour with Unlock Holidays.