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Rajasthan is a matchless destination when it comes to cultural Package tours. Its rich cultural heritage is reflected in its various attractions such as palaces, forts, Havelis, Temples, Luxury Trains, Heritage accommodation, and Historic Monuments. It has brought this land of Raja-Maharajas into the international limelight. In short, it is the land of India where culture echoes, traditions, and its magnificent monuments reveal its saga of yesteryears. Rajasthan is a ride on the sands of time. It is the jewel on India’s crown. From fairy tale places, epic forts to bright colorful festivals and wildlife encounters, this is India at its vibrant best. All across Rajasthan, there are numerous forgotten forts and lovingly restored palaces.
The arts and crafts of Rajasthan depict the outstanding cofolorful lives of its residents. Tourists can purchase and take those along as a memory and souvenir of Rajasthan. Shopping is a great attraction as you can bargain for handicrafts, decorative items, traditional footwear, Jewellery, Quilting Gems and Stones, Leather Craft, Blue Pottery, Woodcarving, and very popular Rajasthan furniture which is famous all over the world. Your experience will be enhanced further by camel safaris, desert safaris, and add more charm to the cultural journey in this royal land by exploring traditional villages.
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The climate of Rajasthan varies from semi-arid to arid. The mercury touches 49 degrees centigrade at some places during summer and drops below freezing point during winter.
Though the average annual rainfall ranges between 200-400 mm, it is as low as 150 mm in extreme arid zones and as high as 1000 mm in the southeastern part of the State. Most of the rainfall (60-80%) is received with the Southwest monsoon in the period from July to September. The average number of rainy days varies from 6 to 42 depending on the aridity of the area.
Best Time to Visit: The largest state in India, Rajasthan's climate can be divided into four seasons i.e. summer, monsoon, post-monsoon, and winter. Temperatures vary depending on the season and the region you plan to visit, but by and large, you can visit the state any time of year and find something new to do each time.
Summers in Rajasthan last from April to June and are particularly harsh with temperatures rising up to 48°C during the day. That being said, if you do plan to visit Rajasthan in the summer, head to places like Mount Abu, Kumbhalgarh, or Ranakpur. The weather here is pleasant and the views offered are breath-taking. For other cities, the weather is optimal in the early evenings for roaming around outside in the early mornings and late evenings, and it is advisable to stay indoors otherwise.
Monsoon is a far more pleasant experience, the temperatures tend to drop across the state and the rain showers transform the arid landscape of Rajasthan. July to September is a particularly good time to visit if you wish to avoid the crowds you'd usually find during peak tourist season. Bundi, the lake city of Udaipur, and the Keoladeo National Park are picturesque and are a must-visit if you plan to travel to Rajasthan during the Monsoon.
The temperatures continue to drop once the monsoon has passed, and come October winter sets in that lasts till March. During December and January, there can be a severe variation in temperatures during the day and the night. In fact, temperatures are known to drop as low as 0°C and below. This is the best time to visit Rajasthan as the desert sun is not as intense and the days are pleasant. Most of the festivals held in winter are planned as tourist attractions, with visitors coming in from different parts of the world.
TEMPERATURE & RAINFALL AROUND THE YEAR
75F - 105F
24°C - 45°C 11MM - 30MM
How to Reach Rajasthan:
Rajasthan, the Land of Maharajas is one of the major tourist destinations in India and draws numerous travelers from all across the world, is very well connected with other major cities through all means of transport. The good connectivity of air, rail, and road makes traveling to Rajasthan is an easy task. There are two major cities of India- Delhi, and Mumbai which are the gateway to Rajasthan.
Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI), in New Delhi, is the nearest airport which is located at a distance of 250 KM. Regular flights connecting the major cities like Delhi and Mumbai to Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur.
Along with the Jaipur International Airport, there are two major airports at Jodhpur and Udaipur that have access to several flights boosting tourism in the state.
Rajasthan has a good network of rail with direct superfast and other express trains from Delhi and Mumbai. Cities like Mumbai, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, and Udaipur are connected with the daily superfast trains. There is 4600 km of railway track. Jaipur is connected to the other major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, and Hyderabad with a network of broad-gauge. Jaipur is the headquarter of North-West Railways.
The national highway of Rajasthan is measured 5655 km while the state highway is 8627 km. NH8 passes through Jaipur and Udaipur. A four-lane road connects Agra to Jaipur.
Bharatpur: Bharatpur was the premier Jat State in Rajasthan. Badan Singh established and founded the fort and palaces of Deeg in 1725. Seven years later, his son laid the foundation nearby of the fort of Bharatpur. It was a formidable structure called Logagarh (iron fort), which lived up to its reputation.BHARATPUR ATTRACTIONS:
Bundi: In 1193 A.D. when Prithviraj Chauhan was defeated by Sultan Mohammed Ghauri, some Chauhan nobles sought shelter in Mewar and became allies to the Rana while other young warriors move towards the Chambal valley and overpowered the Meena and Bhil tribals thus establishing their own kingdom of Hadoti. Later, two branches of Hadas formed two separates states of Kota and Bundi, on either side of the river Chambal. Bundi is surrounded by the Aravalli hills on the three sides and is circumscribed by a massive wall with four gateways.BUNDI ATTRACTIONS:
Mount Abu: The history of Mount Abu is as diverse as the city itself. It was once a part of the Chauhan kingdom of Rajasthan and served as a summer resort for the Rajput kings of the region. After that, it was leased by the British government from the then Maharaja of Sirohi for use as the headquarter of the resident to Rajputana (another name for Rajasthan).During the British rule in India, it was the favorite summer destination of the British, who came here to escape the dusty, dry heat of the plains particularly Rajasthan. It also served as a sanatorium for the troops. The small huts and cottages here tell stories of those times even today.MOUNT ABU ATTRACTIONS:
Ranakpur: Ranakpur is named after Rana Kumbha whom Dharna Sah, a Jain businessman, approached when he had the vision of his great temple to ask for the land for its construction. Renowned for some marvelously carved Jain temples in amber stone, Ranakpur is amongst the five holiest places of the Jain community and exceptional in beauty. These temples were constructed in AD 1439. It is located in the mountain ranges of Pali district, 39 km. away from the Phalna railway station. Ranakpur is reached after passing lush green valleys and streams and the heart-capturing views drive away any fatigue of the journey. The Ranakpur Jain Temple was built during the reign of the liberal and gifted monarch Rana Kumbha in the 15th century. An enormous basement covers a 48,000 sq. feet area. There are four subsidiary shrines, twenty-four pillared halls, and eligibly domes supported by over four hundred columns. The total number of columns is 1,444 all of which are intricately carved no two being alike. The artistically carved nymphs playing the flute in various dance postures at a height of 45 feet are an engrossing sight. In the assembly hall, there are two big bells weighing 108 kgs. whose sound echoes in the entire complex.RANAKPUR ATTRACTIONS:
Ranthambore: In the 13th century A.D. Govinda, the grandson of Prithviraj Chauhan took over the reign of the land. Later his successor Vagabhatta beautified the city and built a noteworthy temple at Jhain. In the middle of the 15th century A.D., Rana Kumbha captured the fort and gifted it to his son to be occupied later by the Hada Rajputs of Bundi and Mughal Emperors Akbar and Aurangazeb. Mughal Emperor Shah Alam gifted it to Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh I of Jaipur in 1754 and since then it was maintained as the hunting preserve of the Maharaja.RANTHAMBORE ATTRACTIONS:
Shekhawati: The Shekhawati region lies north of Jaipur. This was the land where Marwari businessmen started constructing their mansions or Havelis in the 18th and 19th Centuries. The two major communities of this region were the Rajputs and the Marwaris - or one with the will to fight and die for his honor and the other a businessman. During the British period, trade rivalry pushed the Marwaris to port, but the love for their land was still very strong. While wars and treaties decided the fate of a few and the conditions of the peasantry remains the same.SHEKHAWATI ATTRACTIONS:
FAIR & FESTIVAL AT RAJASTHAN:
SAFARI AT RAJASTHAN:
Camel Safaris is the most exciting. It is a great experience to explore the Thar - a vibrantly, living, desert, very colorful, and on the back of the swaying Camel. About the only thing, you will have to get used to when you plan a camel safari is the ungainly movement of the ship of the desert. Regions of North India remain moderate to extremely cold during winters. So it is the best time for tourists to visit Rajasthan. The best time for a camel safari is in the morning and evening, even in the cooler winter months. Such safaris are usually run by professional outfits who hire Raikas, the camel-keepers. Remember to drink lots of water or fruit juice etc, to avoid dehydration because the atmosphere is hot in the daytime.
The most regal way of seeing Rajasthan is on an elephant safari; since nothing can even compare with the majesty of the pachyderm on wonder the rulers used elephants for their journeys. Equipped with a howdah, a large seat on which they would sit, complete with soft silk cushions, and with a ceremonial umbrella over their heads, modern-day safaris may pale in comparison but are no less regal on that account.The Elephant treads slowly and steadily and a safari would be ideal in and around principal towns, especially in the vicinity of wildlife sanctuaries where the same elephants can do double duty for viewing wildlife Since an elephant safari is an elaborate affair and requires many attendants for the beast as well such camps too tend to be more lavish, and so these are best for incentive groups who can be promised an experience, the like of which they are unlikely to ever have elsewhere.
A more recent, and exciting, variation of the camel safari is the horse safari, The Rajputs were born to be horseback riders, and the tradition was strongly engorged in the medieval ages when the cavalry formed one of the most important flanks of the desert armies, Special houses were bred at the thickens or aristocratic homes of the Thakurs who served their kings which armies of horsemen. The Marwari horse is an indigenous species, hardy agile and among the notables in the world’s breeds, In addition, the Kathiawadi and Sindhi horses are also adept at traversing the desert countryside. Horse safaris are usually conducted in the vicinity of Udaipur where the hilly terrain and forested countryside are ideal for taking to the trail. Riders and advised to equip themselves with riding gear the famous Jodhpuri breeches, hat, and boots, Depending on your capability to ride the houses may trot or canter through the countryside, What matters most, however, is that each evening you are assured of the comforts of former palaces and forts.rajasthan_overview_2
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Best Restaurants to Try In Rajasthan: With a tour Rajasthan trip, experience the lip-smacking Rajasthani Cuisine which is influenced by the availability of ingredients in this dry region. The trip to Rajasthan is incomplete without experiencing the delectable dishes of the state. Here is the list of amazing restaurants in Rajasthan that reflect the local flavor.
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60 days prior to arrival: 10% of the Tour/service cost45 days prior to arrival: 20% of the Tour/service cost15 days prior to arrival: 25% of the Tour/service cost10 days prior to arrival: 50% of the Tour/service cost
07 days prior to arrival: Non Refundable
In the case of Special Trains Journeys and peak season hotel bookings a separate cancellation policy is applicable (which can be advised as and when required).
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Refund for hotel payment will follow the hotel’s cancellation policyTrain tickets cancellations will follow the Railway’s policyFlight tickets cancellations will follow the airline's company policy
In case you cancel the trip after commencement, the refund would be restricted to a limited amount only which too would depend on the amount that we would be able to recover from the hoteliers/ contractors we patronize. For unused hotel accommodation, chartered transportation & missed meals, etc. we do not bear any responsibility to refund.
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For all the services contracted, a 25% advance payment should be made to hold the booking, on a confirmed basis & for flight ticket booking need full actual fare. The balance amounts need to be paid 10days before the commencement of the services. Management personnel holds the right to decide upon the amount to be paid as advance payment, based on the nature of the service & the time left for the commencement of the service.
Apart from the above in some cases like Special Train Journeys, hotels, or resorts bookings during the peak season (like X-Mas, New Year, Puja, Diwali), 50% advance payment should be made to hold the booking and 20days before full payment is required to be paid.
Note: Above mentioned payment policy may change during peak season.
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