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Rajasthan Tour Packages

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Thinking of booking Rajasthan tour packages? Here is our extract from the best of Rajasthan packages for your convenience. The sands blowing the tales of the bloodied skirmishes and Rajputana valour, the imposing forts looming atop the steep hills standing as guards of time, the opulence of palaces, iridescent lakes, the scenic hill stations, the stunning ungulates in the deserts, the land of the Maharajas and Maharanas - Rajasthan welcomes you like a royal with a warm hospitality and gives you a similar send-off for you to come back and rediscover the charm of the undisputed India’s gem.

Its regal heritage aside Rajasthan is many things to many people and is visited for many reasons. Make sure to indulge in the following while planning a Rajasthan tour.

Forts, palaces and lakes
The biggest attractions of all in Rajasthan are the several specimens of its fortified excellence. The magnificent ramparts watching over the cities, gargantuan gates that offer ingress to the horses and elephants through the winding accesses of the forts. The insides decked with glittering giant chandeliers, intricate glasswork, chairs made out of the finest timber, halls full of gewgaws in iron, brass, copper, pearls, stones, brought in from across the globe, pillars carved out of marble, and an endless ceiling acting as a sanctum for these valuables. Rajasthan has a remarkable number of forts and palaces overlooking the lakes, moats and hills.

Some of them forgotten with time while some have been restored and turned into world-class heritage hotels. Among the places to visit in Rajasthan are the marque set of Amber fort in Jaipur set in red sandstone, the spectacular Mehrangarh fort in Jodhpur, the golden-hued bulwark in Jaisalmer, the pride of Chittorgarh, and the old fort of Junagarh.

Apart from the impregnable might of the forts, the landscape of Rajasthan is dotted with grand palaces with stories of sybaritic lives of the kings and the rulers of the land. Make sure to strike off from your list the Umaid Bhawan in Jodhpur, the sheer splendour of which has been captured in many movies and is rented for ritzy weddings of the well-heeled.

Have a dekko at the City Palace in Jaipur - striking yet gone trite with too much of commercial hardsell. And not to be missed is the picture postcard-perfect, lavish City Palace by the banks of the shimmering Lake Pichola in Udaipur.

The famous craftsmanship
The arts and handicrafts encouraged and patronised by the kings continues to exist and can be seen in various forms strewn across the streets of the state. Still an inspiration for many designers, the vibrancy of Rajasthan is inescapable. The famous bandhini, the tie n dye style of which made it to the creative studios of fashion houses or the jutti which made it to the shoe closets of many.

The bazaars here brim with colour and bustle. Head to Mirza Ismail Road in Jaipur for stunning pieces of pottery and intricate stone sculptures and other artefacts. Then there are centres for the complex work on gemstones and marble. A stopover to one such can be found in many Rajasthan packages.

Precious stones and exquisite handiwork is available at tourist rates. Nehru Bazaar is where to find the best of textiles and local fabric. Get a bargain on juttis and some good old bandhini saris. For brasswork explore the Tripolia bazaar and discover rare finds on lac jewellery which is another Rajasthani takeaway.

You can even encounter a lac bangle being made and feel the warmth of a freshly moulded one in your hands. Visit the Shilpgram in Sawai Madhopur for a diverse range of village art and craft.

A peek at the wildlife
A rare sight of the elusive tiger, a pack of deer huddled by the rivulet, exotic birds perched on the branches overhead, the wildlife of Rajasthan is unparalleled with such sightings with a backdrop of crags, lakes and deciduous trees. Among the things to do in Rajasthan are visiting the national parks, wildlife reserves and sanctuaries.

The name that tops the list is Ranthambore National park in Sawai Madhopur. Famous among the wildlife enthusiasts across the globe, this one is probably the most-frequented for being home to tigers. Today it’s managed by the royal house of Jaipur. One can spot hyena, leopard, jackal, wolf, blue bull antelope, crocodiles and more.

The landscape is adorned with one of the oldest forts in Rajasthan. Another important mention is the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary for over 370 species of migratory birds such as raptors, geese, ducks and more. Explore the ecosystem of the Thar desert at the Desert National Park to see blackbuck, desert fox, saker falcon and the endangered Indian bustard.

Sariska Tiger Reserve in Alwar sits in the lap of Aravallis and is home to jungle cats, chitals, rhesus macaque, harbour quails and more apart from tigers. Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary in Bikaner, Keoladeo Ghana National Park in Bharatpur, Ramgarh Sanctuary in Bundi and Nahargarh Bioolgical Park in Jaipur are a few other hubs to spot the unison of fauna and flora.

How to reach Rajasthan


If you’re wondering how to reach Rajasthan then read on to know your options.

Air : Jaipur Airport is the main airport situated in Sanganer at about 13 km from the capital city of Jaipur. The airport has both Indian and international network. Apart from the Sanganer airport, there are domestic flights to Udaipur and Jodhpur airports as well.

Rail : Rajasthan has a vast network of train routes and connects to almost all major cities in the country. You can disembark at many railways stations like Jaipur, Bikaner, Kota, Ajmer, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Baharatpur and more with Jaipur being the main hub.

Road : Planning a road journey from the nearby cities of Delhi, Gurgaon, Ahmedabad and Chandigarh is pretty breezy owing to the smooth state highways. There are around 20 national highways in Rajasthan with NH8 being the busiest. Self-drive aside there are buses operated by RSRTC connecting the neighbouring cities.

When to visit Rajasthan
Rajasthan has four seasons namely summer, winter, monsoon and post-monsoon. The best time to visit Rajasthan is from October to February and be wary of the infamous Rajasthan summer which starts to peak from April and continues to scorch the land till June. The mercury soars up to 48 degree Celsius in majority of the state barring hill stations like Mount Abu and Ranakpur which can be visited during summer.

The monsoon from July to September is sparse yet brings respite and eases sightseeing. Plan a trip around these months to avoid the crowds and to book Rajasthan hotels at cheaper rates. The post-monsoon and the onset of winter i.e. from October to February is the peak season with expensive tourist attractions and hotels.

Also, post sunset the temperatures tend to drop to an extreme low compared to the day time temperature, so keep your jackets handy. Also enjoy self drive packages and weekend getaways packages from Rajasthan.

Popular Rajasthan Packages

Rajasthan Package Price
(Per person on twin sharing)
Nights Inclusions
Short Trip to Bharatpur - Weekend Getaway (Ex Delhi) Rs 9,270 2 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
The Grand Golden Triangle & Ranthambore Rs 16,999 5 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Agra and Jaipur Self Drive - Ex Delhi Rs 12,999 3 Nights Meals , Accommodation
3 Nights to Jaipur & Agra by Own Car Rs 6,999 3 Nights Meals , Accommodation
Heritage of Agra & Jaipur to Bharatpur Sanctuary Rs 10,000 4 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
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  • Short Trip to Bharatpur - Weekend Getaway (Ex Delhi)
    Bharatpur (2)

    Short Trip to Bharatpur - Weekend Getaway (Ex Delhi)

    Bharatpur (2)
    Because nobody ever gets tired of traveling. It's instilled within us hence, Yatra.com brings some weekend breakouts which might make you sense that breeze of freedom which was prolonged due to uncertainty. This new idea is to renew your taste in travel with clearer skies, long drives, beautiful landscapes, scenic views and what not. Come and book to witness how badly you missed your travel bucket list. Lets start off from here with complete adherence to safety norms and protocols !
    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.569

    Rs.9,270

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.278
  • The Grand Golden Triangle & Ranthambore
    Jaipur (2) Ranthambore (1) Agra (1) New Delhi (1)

    The Grand Golden Triangle & Ranthambore

    Jaipur (2) Ranthambore (1) Agra (1) New Delhi (1)
    The largest state of India – Rajasthan – used to be the land of kings and queens. Royalty can be seen here in the form of still standing majestic forts and grand palaces. Many of such residences have been converted into hotels, where travellers can have a royal experience. Its golden desert, historic forts and vibrant culture attracts both domestic and international tourists. Apart from these historical places, rich flora and fauna can also be seen at Ranthambore.
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    • Optional

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    EMI Rs.1,044

    Rs.16,999

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.509
  • Agra and Jaipur Self Drive - Ex Delhi
    Agra (1) Jaipur (2)

    Agra and Jaipur Self Drive - Ex Delhi

    Agra (1) Jaipur (2)
    Yatra.com believes in creating experience by actualizing the passion for travel. Boon for those who can't wait to get on their sole of the feet to explore another duration which will enhance your travel experience. Hence we are here to make you idealise a sense of freedom by offering a complete guide to your chosen destination, quick do's & don'ts enroute places of visit and meal joints along with well sanitized accommodation. Your vehicle has our direction towards the engraved memoirs of your next escape
    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    EMI Rs.798

    Rs.12,999

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.389
  • 3 Nights to Jaipur & Agra by Own Car
    Agra (1) Jaipur (2)

    3 Nights to Jaipur & Agra by Own Car

    Agra (1) Jaipur (2)
    Yatra.com believes in creating experience by actualizing the passion for travel. Boon for those who can't wait to get on their sole of the feet to explore another duration which will enhance your travel experience. Hence we are here to make you idealise a sense of freedom by offering a complete guide to your chosen destination, quick do's & don'ts enroute places of visit and meal joints along with well sanitized accommodation. Your vehicle has our direction towards the engraved memoirs of your next escape
    • Meals

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    EMI Rs.430

    Rs.6,999

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.209
  • Heritage of Agra & Jaipur to Bharatpur Sanctuary
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    Heritage of Agra & Jaipur to Bharatpur Sanctuary

    Agra (1) Bharatpur (1) Jaipur (2)
    Holidaying can be an amazing experience if the trip includes visit to Agra and Jaipur, two wonderful destinations. Visit these cities and experience the glory, grandeur and history of magnificent forts and graceful palaces. Hordes of travellers visit these destinations to witness the charm of the Taj Mahal and get delighted by dazzle of Jaipur. To add a bit of excitement to the tour, exploring Bharatpur can be a great idea for a perfect vacation.
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    • Optional

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    EMI Rs.614

    Rs.10,000

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.300
  • Boundless Rajasthan - Deluxe
    Jodhpur (2) Jaisalmer (2)

    Boundless Rajasthan - Deluxe

    Jodhpur (2) Jaisalmer (2)
    Soak yourself in the earthy hues of the rural Rajasthan by taking up an enriching tour to Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. The royal Rajasthan offers you a chance to get insight into the beautiful culture of the desert land. This trip commences from Jodhpur and offers you a chance to experience a calm and serene rural village life. After exploring the ancient monuments and busy market lanes of Jodhpur, visit Jaisalmer. Famous for its sand dunes and camel safaris, the city promises a memorable experience for all.
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    EMI Rs.2,089

    Rs.34,002

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    • Rs.1,020
  • Majestic Rajasthan Forts & Palaces + Camel Safari - Deluxe
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    Majestic Rajasthan Forts & Palaces + Camel Safari - Deluxe

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    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    EMI Rs.2,007

    Rs.32,667

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.980
  • Rajasthan Splendid Heritage & Sand Dunes
    Jaipur (2) Jodhpur (2) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (2)

    Rajasthan Splendid Heritage & Sand Dunes

    Jaipur (2) Jodhpur (2) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (2)
    Get an insight into the rich cultural heritage of the country with a visit to the historic state of Rajasthan. A large number of edifices and museums dotted across the region provide information about its royal past. Visit the remarkable City Palace and the beautifully constructed Hawa Mahal in Jaipur. The city of Jodhpur is sure to amaze you with its architectural splendour and historic significance. Jaisalmer is also a famous destination in Rajasthan that must not be left unexplored. A camel safari in the desert area of Bikaner marks a perfect end to the vacation.
    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.1,241

    Rs.20,200

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.606
  • Jaipur & Pushkar - Heritage Tour
    Jaipur (2) Pushkar (1)

    Jaipur & Pushkar - Heritage Tour

    Jaipur (2) Pushkar (1)
    Rajasthan is a land of chivalrous royals, and features a perfect blend of romance, spirituality and heroism. The state is replete with glorious history, and wonderful art and culture. It has been rightly referred to as an open museum for tourists, where they can explore relics of the golden past. Being well-connected with other parts of the country, Rajasthan is one of the favourite destinations for travellers during Indian vacations.
    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.531

    Rs.8,650

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.259
  • Jodhpur - Jaisalmer - Bikaner  Rajasthan Glory - Deluxe
    Jodhpur (2) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (2)

    Jodhpur - Jaisalmer - Bikaner Rajasthan Glory - Deluxe

    Jodhpur (2) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (2)
    Plan a vacation in the upcoming season to one of the amazing holiday destinations in India – Rajasthan. Vibrant culture, friendly people, rich heritage, ancient forts and palaces, there is much to see and do at this destination. During the trip, visit three of its most prominent cities – Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Bikaner for a splendid time. Go for camel safari for a unique experience and indulge in shopping at local markets to purchase gifts and souvenirs.
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.2,713

    Rs.44,165

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,324

Rajasthan Packages FAQs

Q. What all is included in the cheapest Rajasthan family package?
A. The cheapest Rajasthan family tour package starts at Rs 8,500 which includes popular tourist attractions in Jaipur and Bikaner. The three-night tour comes packaged with meals, stay and transfer. The Jaipur leg of the package includes sightseeing to the City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Chandra Mahal, Amer Fort and a visit to the bazaar. In Bikaner, expect to see Junagarh Fort, the famous Karni Mata temple and a camel breeding farm.


Q. What is Chokhi Dhani famous for?
A. Chokhi Dhani is a themed resort modelled on a traditional Rajasthani village exhibiting the marked hospitality keeping intact the ethnic and cultural sensibilities of the state. Guests can choose to stay at the resort or visit the restaurant for a meal infused with robust flavours in an ambience true to the spirit of Rajasthan. A popular tourist spot, the place is packed with families looking to live the Rajasthani experience.


Q. How far is Hawa Mahal from Nahargarh Fort?
A. Hawa Mahal is 15 km from Nahargarh Fort and takes about 30 minutes via Amer Road. Hawa Mahal can be visited from 9 am to 4.30 pm . You can see both the sites at a composite tourist ticket price of Rs 100 which includes five more monuments.


Q. Is there a train to reach Jaipur from Bangalore?
A. There are Bangalore to Jaipur trains available such as Yesvantpur-Jaipur Suvidha Express and Mysuru-Jaipur SF Express. You can board the train to Jaipur from the following railway stations in Bangalore: Bangalore City Junction, Bangalore Cantt, Whitefield Railway station and Carmelaram to name a few.


Q. Can I stay in Mehrangarh Fort?
A. Mehrangarh Fort can only be visited for museums, cafes and the music festivals held in its precincts annually. It’s not a heritage hotel with rooms made to accommodate guests. The fort buzzes with people while hosting the premium root music festival - RIFF but the patrons can look for hotels in Jodhpur near Mehrangarh Fort to stay.


Q. When does the last bus leave for Delhi from Kota?
A. There are over eight Kota to Delhi buses managed by both state-run and private bus operators plying daily covering a distance of about 518 km.. The last bus to leave Kota for Delhi is at 9.45 pm which reaches Delhi by 5.30 the next morning.


Q. How much time does a trip to Chittorgarh Fort take?
A. Perched atop a hill with Gambheri river flowing in the vicinity, you should ideally put aside at least 2 hours to explore the Chittorgarh Fort complex. The fort is open from 9 am to 6 pm. Reach by 10 so that you have ample time to explore the premises at leisure.


Q. Are there any five-star hotels in Jaisalmer?
A. Hotel Suryagarh and Jaisalmer Mariott Resort & Spa are primarily the two five-star properties in Jaisalmer. Sairafort Sarovar Portico, Hotel Rang Mahal and Chokhi Dhani The Palace are a few other premium hotels in Jaislamer.


Q. How to reach Ajmer Sharif?
A. The best way to reach Ajmer Sharif is by a bus from Jaipur which takes around 3 hours. There are buses from Delhi, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaislamer and Ahmedabad to Ajmer as well. The nearest airport to Ajmer Sharif is Jaipur Airport about 137 km far. Plans are under way to build an airport in Ajmer for the convenience of the footfall. The distance between Ajmer city centre and Ajmer Sharif is 2 km. Ajmer Junction is the nearest railway station just 8 minutes from the dargah.


Q. How much does a room cost at Leela Palace Udaipur?
A. The pricing depends on the date of booking but rooms at Leela Palace Udaipur on an average start at Rs 18,000 including the Grand Heritage lake view with balcony.


Q. When does the camel festival in Bikaner take place?
A. The biggest camel fair, the Bikaner Camel festival is held annually in January. Visit to capture the various breeds of camels decked up in colourful gear and to witness camel races and what not. Saunter through the sundry stalls and sample camel milk and the regional delicacies made using it. Pick a few handicrafts, jewellery and other curios made by the local folk.

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