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Cherish Your Holiday by Visiting Rajasthan

The Royal City of India, Rajasthan, is an ideal state for holidays and one of the best tourist destinations In the world. This state offers mindblowing architecture, beautiful cities with historical and religious value, pictures of desserts and lakes, etc. Here, we are going to discuss the ideal holiday places in Rajasthan that Rajasthan Tour packages offer


Rajasthan’s Capital, Jaipur, is known for its mind-blowing architecture, historical monuments, and unique pink color building all over the City. This iconic “pink city” is one of the world’s top destinations, and UNESCO considers it a world World Heritage. Rajasthan Tour packages offer you all tourist attractions in Jaipur, including local cuisine and luxurious hotels.


The beautiful bright blue building is the main highlight of this City. This City is ideal for tourism and offers gorgeous tourist spots such as Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Phool Mahal, Sheesh Mahal,  Ranisar, Chamunda Mataji Temple, Padmasar Lakes, Jaswant Thada, and Khejarla Fort.


Udaipur is commonly known as the ‘Venice of the East because of the beautiful lake and astonishing architecture throughout the City. The spellbinding views and historical values of the City attract many tourists annually. Moti Magri, Jagmandir, Lake Palace, Ahar Museum, Jagdish Temple, Monsoon Palace, Bagore-ki-Havelin, and Saheliyon-ki-Bari are the famous tourist attraction of this Udaipur.


Jaisalmer is also known as the “golden city” and one of Rajasthan’s most charming places. Standing tall in the Desert, the sun’s golden hue on the City makes it more appealing for tourists. Jaisalmer Fort, Patwon-Ki-Haveli,  Bada Bagh, Sam Sand Dunes, Gadisar Lake, Thar Heritage Museum, Jain temples, and Nathmal Ki Haveli are the main highlights of Jaisalmer.


Bikaner is one of the top places in Rajasthan, full of architectural gems. 13 to 15th-century styles are heavily reflected in this City’s architecture. Ganga Singh Museum, Sadul Singh Museum, National Research Centre on Camels, Junagarh Fort, Jain Temple, and Shri Laxminath Temple are one of the top highlights of Bikaner.


Pushkar is one of the holiest cities of Rajasthan, situated in the District of Ajmer. The Pushkar lake is one of the top attractions because the mythical tales of Lord Shiva are connected with this lake. Holy temples and Ghats are one of the top tourist attractions of this palace. Popular places of Pushkar, such as Pushkar Lake, Man Mahal, Savitri temple, Varaha Temple, Apteshwar Temple, Rangji temple, and  Brahma Temple, also come under Rajasthan Tour packages.

Mount Abu

This hill station is located in the Mountain range of  Aravalli’s slopes and attracts many visitors yearly. This place is famous for its religious and historical value. Wildlife Sanctuary, Nakki Lake, Dilwara Jain Temples, the Achalgarh Fort’s ruins, and Trevor’s Crocodile Park are the main attraction of this place. Mount Abu Tour packages provide reasonable accommodation in this palace.


This place is famous for its religious significance. This is an ideal spiritual palace for Hindus and Muslims both. Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti’s shrine is the top attraction of this place. However, there are many more attractions, such as Akbar’s Museum and Palace,  Nasiyan Jain Temple, Sagar Lake, Daulat Bagh Garden, and Adhai-din’s Jhonpra Mosque, that come under Pushkar Tour packages.


Chittorgarh is one of the most popular places in Rajasthan, built back in the Dynasty of Mauryas. You can experience ancient Indian architects and exquisite art in this City. India’s largest fort is situated in this City, known as Chittorgarh Fort. This fort is famous for the Tales of Padmavat, and the story of the famous Jawahar of  Queen Padmavati attracts many visitors. Rajasthan Tour packages offer many more tourist spots in Chittorgarh, such as Sathish Deori Temple, Meera Temple, Rana Kumbha Palace, Gomukh Kund, Kalika Mata temple, Maha Sati, etc.


If you want to witness spellbinding architecture, history, culture, Heritage, and natural beauty simultaneously, then choose Rajasthan Tour Packages for the best experience you will cherish for your whole life.


Weekend trip to Jaipur

Jaipur is an important tourist destination that lies in the heart of Rajasthan. Also called as the Pink City, Jaipur is famous for architectural marvels. Jaipur is relatively a large destination, which cannot be completely scaled within a weekend. However, if you are planning on a weekend trip to Jaipur, we have condensed the attractions of the city and provided a crisp itinerary that would suit all age groups.

The itinerary is intentionally kept as free as possible to add any cultural events if any. Many cultural performances are conducted by resorts to promote the tradition of the land. If you come across any, spend a few hours and you would not be disappointed.

Day one (Friday)

Weekend trip to Jaipur

Reach Jaipur and check into any heritage hotel or resort in Jaipur. If you reach Jaipur by evening, rest for the day. If not, spend the day in shopping, as you might not find time later on in the trip. Check out for shopping spots around the hotel for some souvenir shopping. Top items to buy in Jaipur are embroidery cloths, woodwork, gemstones, leather items, Jaipur jutis and others.

Day two (Saturday)

Weekend in Hawa Mahal, Jaipur

Start your sightseeing with Amber Fort. An elephant ride around the fort is an important activity here. The next destination should be JantarMantar, an observatory in India. Near JantarMantar, there are many interesting spots like City Palace, Albert Hall and others. After lunch, enjoy a lazy evening with spa treatment in any luxury hotel or resort. Before ending the day, visiting Hawa Mahal. It is best visited during evening. At least once in your vacation, you ought to dine at Rambagh Palace. The place is very famous for its ambience and service. The restaurant is also famous among tourists for its Polo Bar.

Day three (Sunday)

Weekend in Jaipur, Rajasthan

Start the day with Jaipur Zoo for spotting animals. This would take a few hours from your itinerary but it is completely worth the time. You can spot tigers, hyena, deer and others. Have lunch after the zoo trip and visit a few spots like Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort and other. By sunset, visit Jal Mahal for a boat ride and a dinner at the palace hotel. If you love the bird watching, you ought to visit Jal Mahal in the morning. If your flight is on the same day, reach the airport directly. If not, get back to your hotel and rest until it is time to reach the airport.

Since it is a weekend getaway trip, the itinerary focuses on only the iconic destinations in India. If you are ready to spend a few more days in Jaipur, top attractions to spot are Kanak Vrindavan, Sisodia Rani Bagh, Birla Mandir, Galtaji temple, Gaitore, Chokhi Dhani and others. If you are ready to travel a little far away from Jaipur, you ought to visit Taj Mahal in Agra (240km from Jaipur), Ranthambore National Park (160 km from Jaipur), Pushkar (161 km from Jaipur), Alwar (140 km from Jaipur), Sikar (120 km from Jaipur) and others.

Author Bio:

Sophia Peterson is a travel blogger working as a freelancer and writes about travel. Love to explore new places. Passionate about travelling. Recently I had a trip to Rajasthan which is a perfect place for people to explore irrespective of culture, natural beauty as this state welcomes travelers to drown in the nature attractions but be cautious to spend a fabulous holiday. Jaipur is the beauty place of Rajasthan.

Birds of Bikaner Rajasthan

A farmer with a bird in Rajasthan
Spotted Asian Owlet, Birds of Bikaner, Rajasthan
Spotted Asian Owlet
Steppe Eagle
Steppe Eagle
Indian Roller
Indian Roller aka the bird mafia, very aggressive little guy
Red breasted bulbul -beautiful song, Birds of Bikaner
Red breasted bulbul -beautiful song
Steppe Eagle
Steppe Eagle
A young red winged lapwing

A young red winged lapwing

Southern Grey Shirke -kills bees by impaling them on thorns.
Southern Grey Shirke -kills bees by impaling them on thorns.
The Desert gerbil -fast food for the birds, Birds of Bikaner
The Desert gerbil -fast food for the birds

Source: The Birds of Bikaner, Rajasthan – 19th January 2015 | The Jalebi Express

Awesome birds of Bikaner, Rajasthan.

Awesome Rajasthan

Awesome Rajasthan

Rajasthan’, when one hears this word, one visualizes the land of deserts, palaces, and camels. Rajasthan with its ancient culture and civilization has made a name for itself throughout the world and not only in India. Tourists from across the globe throng this state of Rajasthan. So what is it that captures the mind of people across the globe and India? This article shall take you through the places of interest in Rajasthan.

Arts and crafts in Rajasthan
Arts and crafts

Countryside or rural RajasthanA few unusual places to explore in Rajasthan which otherwise might have gone unnoticed by you. Bishnoi and Pali are becoming hot spots for the people who want offbeat destinations in Rajasthan. People who are adventurous should not miss Bishnoi. Bishnoi is a community of nature worshippers. It just takes around 45 minutes to reach this destination from Jodhpur. The place of Bishnoi offers diversity in terms of weather conditions, religious conviction, language, civilizations, and attires. It has the world’s second largest desert THAR. You can take the Bishnoi Village Safari which is organized by Rajas and Maharaja of Jodhpur. This will allow a foretaste of rich cultural life about their state of Marwar. The safari is usually of one day or half day where one can enjoy the sight of snow, rainforests, giant Himalaya, long and beautiful seacoasts.

Pink city jaipur , Rajasthan

JaipurJaipur city should not be missed by the adventurous traveler because you can take the ‘Hot Air Balloon Adventure’. In the ‘Hot Air Balloon Adventure’, one can explore the Amber Fort, Jal Mahal, aerial view of Jaipur and Hawa Mahal. The duration of the hot air balloon ride is 60 minutes. The hot air balloon ride can be taken over Amber (near Jaipur). Jaipur which is often called the ‘Pink City’ comprises of palaces and forts which have magnificent views and ornate architecture. The tourists here can enjoy the remnants of a bygone era of the monarchy in its glory. Some heritage hotels in the city are transformed from old palaces to give tourists a regal experience.

Ballooning over Jaipur, Rajasthan
Hot air balloon ride

Udaipur Another attraction for tourists is the city of Udaipur. Udaipur is known for its Lake Pichola and City Palace. It is constructed skillfully with a military architecture of Rajput and Mughal style ornamental methods both combined together. The museum of this displays many royal heirlooms, family photos and other mementos which give you the feel of the culture and royalty of Maharanas of Mewar. The Museum consists of Mardana Mahal and Zenana Mahal which are King and Queen’s palaces respectively. It was constructed in 1559 and is the ancient and prime part of City Palace. Jag Mandir is another palace not to be missed which is one of the foremost palaces to be constructed in Lake Pichola. Lake Pichola is simply breathtakingly beautiful.

Udaipur, Rajasthan
Udaipur palace, Rajasthan
Udaipur Palace at night

PushkarThis place attracts the adventurous backpackers and hippie types. Puskar comes alive in the month of October/November with Camel Fair. The camels are dressed up and paraded. The icing on the cake is definitely the camel races, although the comical beauty contests which feature elegantly decorated and shaved camels are amusing. In addition to this, there is temple dancing, folk and classical music and arts and crafts bazaar as well. And, last but not the least; the fair would be incomplete without a mustache competition!

pushkar fair, Rajasthan
Pushkar fair
Awesome Rajasthan
Rajasthan culture tour

So what are you waiting for quickly plan your trip to the colorful, vibrant and awesome Rajasthan!

Awesome Rajasthan

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