Travel Options of Royal Rajasthan

Those who love wildlife and Nature retreats would love to meet the Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary at Bharatpur. Quiet and tranquil, the only sounds you can here are melodious calls of birds that have made the sanctuary their home. A bird watching paradise, over 230 species of birds have been spotted here including indigenous birds that live here and migratory birds, who halt here in winters and come from as far as Central Asia and Siberia.

Explore Rajasthan embodies all that is exotic, luxurious, high end, and related to Indian royalty. Grand Heritage Hotels, luxury travel destinations, and Palace on Wheels exude a charm and ambience that reminds one of splendid palaces and brave gallant princes and kings in the fairy tales. Lake Pichola of Udaipur forms the heart of the romantic city with numerous palaces and royal residences that have now been turned into luxury heritage hotels. Spacious rooms and soothing landscaped vistas add to the charm of these resorts. Some of the best palaces at Udaipur include Fateh Prakash Palace, which is a part of the City Palace Complex; and the romantic Lake Palace situated on an island in Lake Pichola, which is one of the favorite destinations for royal Rajasthani weddings during India Tours.

Set in the idyllic surroundings of Ranakpur, the Jain Temples are perhaps the most ornate examples of Jainism architecture in India. The main temple complex has as many as 29 inter-connected halls that together have 1444 pillars – each with distinctive carvings and sculptures. Umaid Bhawan Palace of Jodhpur is one of the most famous and elegant Taj resorts now. Jodhpur also boasts of Mehrangarh Fort, which was described as the ‘Work of Giants’ by Rudyard Kipling and offers incredible views of the city, especially the indigo houses of Brahmins that capture their attention with their unusual blue shade.

The Camel Safari in the Sam Sand Dunes is one of the favorite soft adventure activities of foreign tourists who often request to include it in their North India tour packages and Golden Triangle Tours itineraries. The Golden Fort or Sonar Qila of Jaisalmer present a most fascinating sight and seems to be a mirage rising from the very sand on which it stands. Bikaner is the third anchor city of the Desert Triangle tours along with Jodhpur and Jaisalmer.

Gajner Palace is a royal retreat situated on a bank of the lake in the premises of the former hunting resort of the Maharajas and the present-day Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary. Lallgarh Palace at Bikaner offers extra room space but the Laxmi Niwas Palace in its complex is known for most luxurious feel and highly wrought carvings in its rooms and lobby. Jaipur is not only the capital of Rajasthan but captures the essence of its spirit too. The architectural and cultural heritage of the city is matchless in its royal splendor and hospitality traditions. Besides Hawa Mahal with natural air-conditioning system, you must see Jantar Mantar or Royal Observatory, City Palace, and delicate and lavish Amber Fort at Jaipur.

Other major wildlife tourist attraction of Rajasthan is the Ranthambore National Park. Excellent tiger trails and tiger watching sites, 10th century ancient fort, temple of Lord Ganesha, elephant and jeep safaris, luxurious jungle retreats and forest lodges, and Great Boundary Fault at the point where Aravallis meet Vindhyas are just some of the highlights of this park. Rajasthan is royal, colorful, jubilant, and traditional. It offers you an unforgettable experience of a lifetime. Our Rajasthan tour packages are among the favorite holiday options for international tourists.

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