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Home to the pink city of Jaipur, the state’s capital and Jodhpur is known as the blue city due to the colour hues of the houses. Udaipur the lake city we feel is one of prettiest in the whole of India then there’s the desert city of Jaisalmer located in the far North West of the state. Is a visit to a National Park on your list to see the elusive tiger then visit Ranthambore National park easily accessed just 3.5 hrs drive south of Jaipur.
Throughout the state, you will find beautiful forts and palaces, which have been converted into heritage hotels where you can experience the life of a Maharaja and Maharini. Don’t forget the small villages in Rajasthan where you can witness typical life spent by the majority of India’s population.
One area of Rajasthan that is becoming increasingly popular is the Southern heartlands of Bundi, Shahpura and Chittorgarh. When travelling through Rajasthan you may want to include a festival in your tour, the most famous being the Pushkar Camel Fair if you’re interested in booking this for October 2017 be quick as its one of the most popular festivals for western travellers. A tour in Rajasthan normally begins with the main hub of Delhi the capital of India then to Agra for the most famous Indian monument to love the Taj Mahal.
Tours in Rajasthan are endless in style, duration and budget, it can get confusing just what to include especially for the first time visitor. With the choice of hotels from 5-star luxury, to Royal Palace Hotels, Heritage Hotels and old Havelis or the new smaller boutique properties or something quite modern there is so much to choose from.