RAJASTHAN HERITAGE TOURS

Rajasthan is one of the 26 states that, along, with seven union territories forms the republic of India. Located in the north-west, it shares its borders with Punjab, Hariyana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and and Gujarat and an international borders with Pakistan. 
RAJASTHAN TOURS
Complete Rajasthan Tours
Duration- 9N/10Days
Golden Triangle Tours
Duration- 2N/3Days
Golden Triangle Tours
Duration- 4N/5Days
Exotic Rajaputana Tours
Duration- 14N/15Days
Rajasthan Palaces Tours
Duration- 17N/18Days
The Sanctuary Experience
Duration- 4N/5Days
Pushkar Fair Tours
Duration- 2N/3Days
Nagaur & Desert Festival
Duration- 5N/6Days
The Royal Kitchen
Duration- 7N/8Days
Village Tourism & Heritage
Duration- 5N/6Days
Village Tourism in the Desert
Duration- 5N/6Days
Rural Paradise Tours
Duration- 22N/23Days
Elephant Safari Tours
Duration- 4N/5Days
Camel Safari Tours
Duration- 7N/8Days
Jeep Safari Tours
Duration- 4N/5Days
Palace on Wheels Tours
Duration- 7N/8Days
Religious Rajasthan Yatra
Duration- 12N/13Days
RAJASTHAN TOURISM
 Introduction
 Rajasthan Cites Tours
 Architectural Heritage
 Natural Heritage
 Fairs and Festivals
 Shopper's Paradise
 Rajasthani Cuisine
 Palace on Wheels
 Village Tours & Agriculture
 Camel Safari
 Elephant Safari
 Horse Safari
 Jeep Safari
 Yoga, Nature Cure and
 Meditation Centres
 Heritage Hotels
 Hotels in Rajasthan
 Religious & Pilgrimages
 Nature of Eco -Wildlife

RAJASTHAN CITES TOURS

Ajmer - A 7th century Chauhan stronghold, Ajmer is a pilgrimage center for Muslims though people from all religious backgrounds come to pray at its dargah.                                                                                  More Details >>
Alwar - Once know as Mewat, the Rajput Kingdom came under Muslim domination during the 13-18th centures with intermittent attempts to win it back which , Kachchawaha prince succeded in doing in 1771.    More Details >>
Bhartpur - The Only Jat kingdom in the state, the rock hard mud fortifications of its fort proved incvincible even under repeated siege. Howerver,Bharatpur is better known as a bird sanctuary                                          More Details >>
Bikaner - Founded by one fo the scions of the house of Jodhpur, Bikaner's 15th century history combines adventure with enterprise.One of the principal outposts of the desert, it is also a major center of camel       More Details >>
Chittaurgarh - The former capital of the Sisodia rulers of Udaipur, Chittaur perches atop the scraggy spine of the Aravallis. The few remaining palaces and towers are part of its stirring history.                                      More Details >>
Jaipur - The Capital of the modern state of Rajasthan, Jaipur is a modern city built according to the specifications laid down in ancient architectural texts Know as the pink city on account of the flush colour ..        More Details >>
Jodhpur - The 16the century  capital of the Rathore Rajputs, Jodhopur's history is evident in the hilltop eyrie, Mehrangarh, from where its destiny was writtern Narrow paths wind up the steep path ...                   More Details >>
Jaisalmer - The westernmost citadel of the desert, Jaisalmer has an ancient history linked with its development as a trading centre. Jaisalmer is celebrated for the exquisite stone carved havilies ...                                   More Details >>
Kumbhalgarh - Built in the 15th century by Rana Kumbha of Chittaurgarh, Kumbhalgarh is Rajasthan's highest fort, and its most formidable. If its air is rife with medieval tales of intruigue and treachery                       More Details >>
Mandwa - Known as one of the finest nestled in the Shekhawati region, Mandawa is not only famous for its royal castle, but also for its innumerable Havelis where painted facades                                       .    More Details >>
Mount Abu - A Summer retreat in the Aravallis with a large lake and several temples, it also doubles as a pilgrimage centre with its 11th -13th century Dilwara Jain temples.                                                                       More Details >>
Pushkar - A Pilgrimage centre with the only temple in India dedicated to Brahma, the Creator, Pushkar is the venue of an annual camle fair. Pushkar along the bank of the picturesque Pushkar Lake -             More Details >>
Ranthambhor - The Fort of Ranthambhor has been abandoned to nature for in this national park, the tiger has right of stay. One of the country's finest tiger reserves, its topography of low hills and large lakes    More Details >>
Ranakpur - A 15th century group of temples raised by Jain merchants, these are characterised by the fine quality of their carving.          More Details >>
Samode - Samode Palace set amidst fairy tale surroundings. Its history goes back more than four and half centuries.                             More Details >>
Sariska - A tiger reserve, Sariska is densely wooded, making sightings difficult, though the picturesque park is also home to deer..  More Details >>
UdaipurA lake city, and the capital of the Ranas of Mewar founded in the 16th century, Udaipur is know for its fairytable palaces that nestle along the banks of a lake, or completely cover islands in its midst.       More Details >>




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Introduction  -|- Rajasthan Cites Tours -|- Architectural Heritage  -|- Natural Heritage -|- Fairs and Festivals -|- Shopper's Paradise
 Rajasthani Cuisine  -|- Palace on Wheels -|-  Village Tours & Agriculture -|-  Camel Safari -|-  Elephant Safari -|-  Horse Safari
 Jeep Safari -|- Yoga, Nature Cure and -|-  Meditation Centres -|-  Heritage Hotels -|-  Hotels in Rajasthan -|-  Religious & Pilgrimages -|-  Nature of Eco -Wildlife