Rajasthan Tour Packages
When we think about Rajasthan, we think of deserts, sand dunes, elephants, camels, folk dance and Kathputli dolls. But there is a lot more to explore in Rajasthan than those typical travel catalogue images. When you actually visit the place, you will feel more magic, a lot more life and a lot more colour on every single street. There are some interesting facts about largest state of India that prove India is indeed, incredible.Rajasthan is the state where you can depict the cities on basis of colours. Jaipur is pink, Jodhpur is blue, Udaipur is white and Jhalawar is purple! We imagine in pictures that Rajasthan is all about sand. But that’s not true. In some parts, you won't be able to see a single fleck of a desert. In fact there are some places where you will find dense green meadows, Arravali hills and you will have feeling like you are in Punjab or some hilly region.
If you are fond of attending fairs, then Pushkar is the right place for you- Hosts the largest camel fair in India, which has lot more to enjoy. Udaipur popularly known as “City of Lakes” is a beautiful city with good number of attractions. Bikaner- apart from temples, forts, and palaces, two of the most attracting things of the city are Usta and Chadwa artforms of floral and geometric patterns. Ajmer, 5th largest city of Rajasthan is popular pilgrimage destination famous for the Dargah Sharif - shrine of sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti. Chittorgarh is another one of the most visited city - Birthplace of Maharana Pratap. If you are little bit curious to explore something different then Alwar is the city which is the site for most haunted place.