Tag: Rajasthan

One of the most popular tourist places in India, Rajasthan is a great travel destination all year round. Cities like Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, and Udaipur are often some of the first places travelers to India aim to.

Rajasthan represents quintessential magical India most travelers think of when planning their trip. A burst of colors, intoxicating scents, and flavors that permeate the air and inevitably seduce travelers from the world over.

The land of Maharajas, visiting Rajasthan you will sense much of the ancient Indian lifestyle, especially the rural way of living. Thankfully, alongside the palaces, the museums, and the historical landmarks, it’s also possible to visit small villages and stay overnight at some heritage places.

A Rajasthan tour is pleasant all year long for many reasons. Except for the summer, when it’s pretty hot, the weather is never too extreme. On top of that, they organize several traditional festivals in different cities, so there is always something to do.

Last but not least, you will love your Rajasthan trip also for its intricate handicraft, colorful textiles, and scrumptious food tradition.

Our articles will help you make your own Rajasthan itinerary or North India tour in general.

The best Rajasthan tour packages

Admittedly, India is not the easiest country to travel to independently, so if you prefer to travel hassle-free and delegate others to do all the work for you, here are some of the best Rajasthan tour packages.

We recommend G Adventures as they don’t just take you to places but let you delve deeper into the local society, get to meet local residents and understand their culture and social issues.

They organize a lovely 8-day North India Highlights tour that will take you to see the famous Taj Mahal in Agra city, Jaipur the Pink City of Rajasthan with a local historian, explore the rural side of Rajasthan in the village of Sawarda, and of course, explore Delhi including the Great Mosque and Chandni Chowk market.
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With their great 20-day Rajasthan and Varanasi on a Shoestring tour, you will visit Delhi’s most important monuments and explore the colorful cities of Rajasthan such as Jaisalmer, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Bikaner, and also explore India’s most spiritual side in the holy city of Varanasi.
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If alongside Rajasthan you would like to explore also other aspects of the complex Indian society, check out G Adventures’ Northern India & Rajasthan to Goa By Rail tour. You will soak in the culture and colors of the tourist places in Rajasthan, you will experience Dalai Lama sights in Dharamsala, and you will enjoy the beautiful beaches of Goa in an all-encompassing Indian adventure.
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Finally, their exclusive two-week Iconic India tour will take you to popular holiday destinations in India and will show some of the most famous sites such as Kerala backwaters, wander around the “Pink City” of Jaipur, explore Rajasthan’s forts, and visit Kochi’s fishing markets.
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Plan your North India tour safely with a travel insurance

Buying a travel insurance is always important, but especially so for a trip to India. Make sure your insurance covers medical expenses, lost luggage, early return and the different occurrences that can happen when you travel.

We recommend World Nomads as it’s one of the popular and established. They cover several countries and you can purchase, extend or claim your protection online before traveling or even when you are already on the road.

World Nomads assist you 24/7 connecting you with medical care and transport whenever you need it. In addition, they protect if you wish to cancel your trip, or if your gear gets stolen.

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Some of our most popular Rajasthan articles include:

Places to visit in Jaipur, the Pink City of Rajasthan

Places to visit in Jaisalmer

Things to do in Jodhpur

And obviously our precious tips:

How to avoid getting sick in India

Best time to visit India and what to pack