How much will it cost to travel Jaipur and Rajastan?
It depends. The Rajasthan Tour Package cost entirely depends on how many days you are planning for this Rajasthan Tour, how many guests are travelling in this tour, what kind of hotel you are looking for - Budget / 3 Star / 4 Star or 5 Star and what type of car is your preference.
Based on this query we will provide you an approx tour cost. We have 4N/5D tour, 7N/8D tour and 12N/13D tour plan. In our 12 Nights 13 Days package we will cover entire Rajasthan with places like Jaipur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Mount Abu, Udaipur, Pushkar and Ranthambore. If you don’t have much time, then go with 5N/6D package which is perfect for your Rajasthan Trip.
Is it safe to travel to Rajasthan alone?
Rajasthan is very safe to travel both alone and with family or friends. People are quite welcoming. It is pretty safe for women too. Just maintain safety measures, like not wandering late at night, just the way you would maintain in any unknown city.
Who was Rani Padmavati?
Rani Padmavati is an iconic figure who is portrayed in the poems of Malik Muhammad Jayasi. She is known as the epitome of courage and strength.
Where did padmavati die and how?
According to Malick Muhammad Jayasi’s poem, in Chittorgarh fort Rani Padmini died in mass self-immolation in order to save her chastity from Allauddin Khilji in, the iconic tyrant figure in our history books.
What is the best time to book Rajasthan Trip?
October to March vouches to be the most promising time to visit Rajasthan. As Rajasthan is 60% desert, summer happens to be pretty uncomfortable for tourists. So prefer winter season if you are really serious about Rajasthan Trip.
Why Jaipur is called Pink City?
Jaipur has been known as the Pink City because of the buildings structures. As pink is the colour which denotes the hospitality, Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur had painted the whole city pink in colour to welcome the guests.
How many days are required for Rajasthan Family Trip?
A time frame of 9 to 10 days (excluding travel time) would be ideal for a proper Rajasthan Tour.
Why foreigners are crazy about Rajasthan and why they prefer to travel here?
Rajasthan is known for its historic monuments, rich culture and eclectic architecture. These wide arenas of features draw thousands of foreigners from various countries to experience the flavours of India.
Which is the best fort in Rajasthan?
Rajasthan is very famous for its forts and palaces. Some of the famous forts to visit in Rajasthan are: Amber Fort, Chittorgarh fort, Nahargarh fort, Jaisalmer fort, Ranthambore fort etc.
Which is the largest fort in Rajasthan?
The iconic and majestic Chittor fort is the largest fort in terms or area in Rajasthan.
What is the famous sweet in Rajasthan?
If you have a sweet tooth, Rajasthan is not going to disappoint you. The most famous sweets to try on your Rajasthan trip are: Dilkhush, Ghevar, Sohan halwa, Balushahi, Moong Daal Halwa, etc
What is the Favourite food of Rajasthan?
Dal Bati Churma is probably the first food that pops up in one’s mind when we speak of Rajasthan. Some other delicacies of this state are: Laal Maas, Mirchi Bada, Gatte, etc.
Is Rajasthani food spicy?
Rajasthani food is quite spicy and yet extremely tasty. The use of various native spices to the perfect blend makes this cuisine one of a kind.
What is Pushkar famous for?
Pushkar is famous for the Pushkar Lake and the numerous temples set here. It is considered to be a holy city by the Rajasthanis.
Why is Pushkar Camel Fair celebrated?
The primary reason for the Pushkar Camel fair was to invite the various camel traders and promote business. Now it has turned into a cultural affair.
Ranthambore - The Wilderness with Royalty
Comprising of 1400 square kilometers, Ranthambhore is a national park, a tiger reserve and perhaps one of the best tiger reserves in the world. Ranthambhore is unique, and its uniqueness lies in its royalty. The jungles of Ranthambhore are dominated by a massive fort built in the middle of the Aravalli hills. The hills and forest surrounding the
Ranthambhore made the fort impenetrable. The fort was built during the times of Prithviraj Chauhan, by King Hammir Dev of the Chauhan dynasty around 944 AD.
The dense forest around the fort of Ranthambore became the hunting grounds of the maharajas of the kingdom of Jaipur in later years. Ranthambhore forest encompass a number of royal buildings and monunments making it something like an adventure from the Jungle Book with Monkeys, Deer,
Leopards, Bears, a vast variety of birds and of course the rulers of Ranthambhore - the Royal Bengal Tigers. Ranthambore Tiger Safari with open hood jeep is a must do and a thrilling experience. All this you can find in our Rajasthan Package Tour also.
Pushkar - In Search of the Sacred Waters
Welcome to Pushkar Tour. Pushkar is one of the oldest existing cities of India. It lies on the shore of Pushkar Lake situated 14 km northwest of Ajmer and is one of the five sacred dhams (pilgrimage site) for devout Hindus.
According to Hindu theology, the pond at the Katas Raj Temple near Choa Saidan Shah in Chakwal District of Pakistan has a theological association with Shiva. It was formed by the tears of Lord Shiva which he is believed to have shed after the death of his wife, Sati. The story goes that when Sati died, Shiva cried so much and for so long, that his tears created two holy ponds – one at Pushkara in Ajmer in India and the other
at Ketaksha, which literally means raining eyes, in Sanskrit. It is from this name that the word Katas is derived. It is often called "Tirth Raj" – the king of pilgrimage sites and has in recent years become a popular destination for foreign tourists also.
Pushkar has many temples. Most of the temples are not very old because they were destroyed during muslim conquests in the area. Subsequently, the destroyed temples were rebuilt. The most famous among all is the Brahma Temple built during the 14th century CE. The Pushkar lake has 52 ghats where pilgrims descend to the lake to bathe in the sacred waters.
Best things to do during Pushkar Tour
Visit over 52 Ghats and more than 400 temples in Pushkar
- Indulge camping experience on the Sami Sand Dunes, 8 km away from Pushkar
- Experience different kinds of activities like Camel Safari, Jeep Safari, Zorbing, and Zip Lining
- Taste some local sacks and delicacies like Kachori, Poha, Paratha, Dal Baati, Thali, Lassi etc
- Be a part of most extravagant Pushkar mela
- Offer your prayers at the Prajapita Brahma Temple and seek his blessings
- Don’t miss the evening Aarti at Varah Ghat in Pushkar Lake. It is magnificent
- Make your Pushkar Tour fruitful with wonderful Pushkar International Balloon Festival
- Go for Pushkar sightseeing like Varaha Temple, Savitri Mandir, Meera Bai Temple, Pap Mochani Temple etc
- Indulge in shopping for colourful Rajasthani handicrafts in Pushkar
What you should do for Pushkar Ranthambore Tour Packages
Pre book your hotels, desert camps before arriving to avoid accidental hike of hotel rates
- Always ask for the tariff before hotel check-in
- Travel insurance is a must to avoid thefts, loss of valuables
- Always exchange money through only authorize banks, authorized foreign exchange outlets or hotels
- Make sure your credit/debit cards are not swiped twice while paying your bill
- Always do sightseeing with Govt licensed tour guides having language fluency and valid ID cards
- Always be vigilant with exaggerate hospitality by strangers
- Women traveller irrespective of foreigner and Indian should be extra careful
- Keep valuables in hotel locker / safe deposit and get proper receipt
- Always carry safe and packaged drinking water, consume fresh fruits and food
- Respect the religious and sacred places of worship
- Always take off your shoes while entering Temples, Gurudwaras and Dargahs
- Cover your head before entering Gurudwaras and Dargahs
- Always take off your shoes before entering any sacred place like temples, dargas, royal palaces etc
- Always carry a tour map with you
- Be careful of pick-picketers in market places and crowds
- Go clockwise while walking around the sanctum of a temple
- Rajasthan belong to conservative society. So avoid wearing clothes that are too revealing
What you shouldn't do during Jaipur Pushkar Trip
Avoid staying with people you meet at railway platforms, bus stands or shopping areas
- Don’t allow strangers into your room for a drink and snacks or just a chat unless the person is known to you
- Do not take any free rides and avoid later arguments
- Don’t accept any food or drink from your fellow passengers at any circumstances
- Don’t taste street food, pre-cut fruits, Salads etc.
- Don’t leave your important documents, valuables, luggage, cameras etc with the driver
- Don’t let the driver please you into doing more shopping rather than sightseeing
- Avoid persons offering help/assistance while traveling or shopping
- Dont allow the shopkeeper to pack your purchased goods behind the counter. You can be deceived
- Avoid any free lunch and dinner or drinks, especially ladies be aware of that
- Don't travel at late night alone. It's too dangerous
- Don't encourage beggars
- Do not take pictures of people without their permission
- Do not Photograph within airports, military installations, bridges and any sensitive border areas
What you should do for Ranthambore Tiger Safari
Make sure you carry your permit before entering
- Carry back biodegradable wastes such as plastics, bottles etc while returning
- Obey the guidelines and instructions provided by the guide
- Maintain safe distance from wild animals. Don’t come out of your jeep
- Keep your phone in silent mode
- Try to avoid bright colour clothes
- Drive slowly
What you shouldn't do during Ranthambore Jeep Safari
Do not carry any fire arms
- Smoking is not allowed within the Ranthambore National Park
- Do not disturb the calm ambience of the forest by playing music on stereo or phone
- Do not carry non vegetarian food as it is strictly prohibited
- Do not enter the reserve after sunset
- Do not enter into restricted zones
- Do not honk in the forest as it can disturb wildlife. Do not drive rash
- Do not attempt to feed any animals
- Do not throw anything to wild animals during safari
- Don’t try to feed any animal
- Don’t indulge in offbeat safari. It's too dangerous