Rajasthan - The Land of King is one of the most Popular Travel Destination in India for domestic as well as foreign traveller. Every year millions of foreign tourists arrive in Rajasthan for its rich Cultural Diversity, Historical Monuments, Palaces, Temples, Desert Safari, Desert Camp experience, Tribal Dance, Folk Dance and Folk Song, Rajasthani Music, Rajasthani Costumes, Religion, Rajasthani Cuisine, Rajasthani Spices, Rajasthani Bhujia, Rajasthani Boondis etc etc.
Rajasthan is the land of Kings. It is full of the heroic saga of Rajputs and their bravehearted queens. Every inch and corner of Rajasthan talks about their valor and sacrifice. Rajasthan is known as the most visited tourist destination in India for its rich heritage, hospitable culture, architecture, geography, wildlife, handicrafts, and cuisines. In short, Rajasthan is the beating heart of India’s tourism industries. Rajasthan has ample things to offer. The architectural establishment and its grandeur can be seen in the forts, temples, and palaces established by the Rajput Kings. The culture and history are so rich that no traveler tend to miss it.
Recently Rajasthan has become a wedding hub for riches and celebrities around the world. Celebrities like Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas, Katy Perry and Russell Brand, Elizabeth Hurley and Arun Nayar, Shriya Saran and Andrei Koscheev and the Ambanis in India had chosen Rajasthan for their big fat wedding.
So Rajasthan is the other name of Royalty. Come and explore this great place of India with our amazing Rajasthan Package Tour. In this Mount Abu Tour Package you'll see a perfect amalgamation of ages old Traditional Culture, modern Luxury and Comforts with modernity. Our customized Rajasthan Tour with Mount Abu is a unique experience which leaves you spell bounded as you explore it more and more. The major Tourist Destinations in Rajasthan are Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Bikaner, Pushkar. Lets have a glimps of them.
MOUNT ABU - Being the only hill-station in the forlorn land of Rajasthan, Mount Abu stands as an honoured child of its parent state, which never fails its visitors. The containment of several rivers, lakes and evergreen forest makes Mount Abu an oasis amongst the wilderness of acres of stretching desert. Not to mention, it is home to the very famous Dilwara Temple known for its long preserved Jain Culture and unmatchable architecture. The temple complex consists of a total number of 5 temples. It has remarkable sculpting done on marble which is sure to leave you awestruck. Each and every pillar, entrance ways and even the ceiling has intricate work done throughout. Apart from the Dilwara Temple, one can also visit Guru Shikar and Nakki Lake which poses to be great spots for nature lovers.
JAIPUR - popularly known as the Pink City, is the capital of Rajasthan and one of the fastest emerging metropolises of the nation and also world-famous for its beautiful tourist destinations. Owing to a good urban planning, sound infrastructure and modern amenities, Jaipur is a perfect destination suited for business and living. The unique old-world charm co-existing with its modern counterpart makes it a paradise for business and leisure alike. Close proximity to Delhi and Agra forming the famous Delhi-Jaipur-Agra golden triangle, further adds to the several advantages Jaipur possesses over other cities.
BIKANER - is a desert city located in north-west of Rajasthan. This city is famous for its jazzy palaces, magnificent fortress, Karni Mata Temple, Camel Festival, Junagarh Fort, Devi kund, Bhandeshwar and Sandeshwar Temples, richly sculptured temples of red and yellow sandstone that exemplify some of the finest creations of Rajput culture and tradition.
JAISELMIR - is popularly known as the "Golden City of India" for its mighty gold coloured sand stone fortress - Sonar Qila. The Golden Fortress of Jaisalmer with its intricately, elaborate and exquisitely carved Palaces, Temples and Haveli’s stands tall, reminiscent of the past grandeur and the rich heritage of this desert outpost in the Indian Thar desert. The Jaisalmer fort is a living fort and even today its markets, haveli’s, houses are inhabited by artisans, merchants and families most of whom have been living here for generations.
Jaisalmer hosts the annual Desert Festival which is more popularly known as the Jaisalmer Desert festival in the month of February every year.