Rajasthan Tours

- Best itineraries -

These tours of various lengths and durations cover all the areas of Rajasthan.
The itineraries also include the visit of Delhi and Agra.


Tours can be customized to suit your interests, budget and time frame.

TOUR #1: Golden Triangle Tour

Tour duration: 6 days

Total distance: 860 km

Tour itinerary: Delhi - Jaipur & Amber Palace - Chand Baori Stepwell - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi

Tour price: from ₹ 34,600 / car

Map and itinerary, Golden Triangle Tour in 6 DAYS
Golden Triangle Tour in 6 DAYS

TOUR #2: Rajasthan Tour in 7 DAYS

Tour duration: 7 days

Total distance: 1,050 km

Tour itinerary: Delhi - Mandawa & Nawalgarh (Shekhawati) - Jaipur & Amber Palace - Chand Baori Stepwell - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi

Tour price: from ₹ 38,500 / car

Map and itinerary, Rajasthan Tour in 7 DAYS
Rajasthan Tour in 7 DAYS

TOUR #3: Rajasthan Tour in 8 DAYS

Tour duration: 8 days

Total distance: 1,260 km

Tour itinerary: Delhi - Mandawa & Nawalgarh (Shekhawati) - Pushkar - Jaipur & Amber Palace - Chand Baori Stepwell - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi

Tour price: from ₹ 42,000 / car

Map and itinerary, Rajasthan Tour in 8 DAYS
Rajasthan Tour in 8 DAYS

TOUR #4: Rajasthan Tour in 9 DAYS

Tour duration: 9 days

Total distance: 1,570 km

Tour itinerary: Delhi - Mandawa & Fatehpur (Shekhawati) - Jodhpur - Pushkar - Jaipur & Amber Palace - Chand Baori Stepwell - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi

Tour price: from ₹ 46,300 / car

Map and itinerary, Rajasthan Tour in 9 DAYS
Rajasthan Tour in 9 DAYS

TOUR #5: Rajasthan Tour in 10 DAYS

Tour duration: 10 days

Total distance: 1,680 km

Tour itinerary: Delhi - Mandawa & Fatehpur (Shekhawati) - Bikaner - Karni Mata (Temple of Rats) - Jodhpur - Pushkar - Jaipur & Amber Palace - Chand Baori Stepwell - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi

Tour price: from ₹ 50,400 / car

Map and itinerary, Rajasthan Tour in 10 DAYS
Rajasthan Tour in 10 DAYS

TOUR #6: Rajasthan Tour in 11 DAYS

Tour duration: 11 days

Total distance: 2,020 km

Tour itinerary: Delhi - Mandawa & Fatehpur (Shekhawati) - Bikaner - Karni Mata (Temple of Rats) - Jodhpur - Ranakpur Jain Temple - Udaipur - Pushkar - Jaipur & Amber Palace - Chand Baori Stepwell - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi

Tour price: from ₹ 54,300 / car

Map and itinerary, Rajasthan Tour in 11 DAYS
Rajasthan Tour in 11 DAYS

TOUR #7: Rajasthan Tour in 12 DAYS

Tour duration: 12 days

Total distance: 2,200 km

Tour itinerary: Delhi - Mandawa & Fatehpur (Shekhawati) - Karni Mata (Temple of Rats) - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Pushkar - Jaipur & Amber Palace - Chand Baori Stepwell - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi

Tour price: from ₹ 57,900 / car

Map and itinerary, Rajasthan Tour in 12 DAYS
Rajasthan Tour in 12 DAYS

TOUR #8: Rajasthan Tour in 13 DAYS

Tour duration: 13 days

Total distance: 2,540 km

Tour itinerary: Delhi - Mandawa & Fatehpur (Shekhawati) - Karni Mata (Temple of Rats) - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Ranakpur Jain Temple - Udaipur - Pushkar - Jaipur & Amber Palace - Chand Baori Stepwell - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi

Tour price: from ₹ 61,400 / car

Map and itinerary, Rajasthan Tour in 13 DAYS
Rajasthan Tour in 13 DAYS

TOUR #9: Rajasthan Tour in 16 DAYS

Tour duration: 16 days

Total distance: 3,030 km

Tour itinerary: Delhi - Mandawa & Fatehpur (Shekhawati) - Karni Mata (Temple of Rats) - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Ranakpur Jain Temple - Udaipur - Mount Abu - Chittorgarh Fort - Bundi - Pushkar - Jaipur & Amber Palace - Chand Baori Stepwell - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi

Tour price: from ₹ 69,300 / car

Map and itinerary, Rajasthan Tour in 16 DAYS
Rajasthan Tour in 16 DAYS

Rajasthan Tours 2023

Tour name Price Duration Distance
Golden Triangle Tour ₹ 34,600 6 days 860 km
Rajasthan Tour in 7 DAYS ₹ 38,500 7 days 1,050 km
Rajasthan Tour in 8 DAYS ₹ 42,000 8 days 1,260 km
Rajasthan Tour in 9 DAYS ₹ 46,300 9 days 1,570 km
Rajasthan Tour in 10 DAYS ₹ 50,400 10 days 1,680 km
Rajasthan Tour in 11 DAYS ₹ 54,300 11 days 2,020 km
Rajasthan Tour in 12 DAYS ₹ 57,900 12 days 2,200 km
Rajasthan Tour in 13 DAYS ₹ 61,400 13 days 2,540 km
Rajasthan Tour in 16 DAYS ₹ 69,300 16 days 3,030 km

Tours in Rajasthan - FAQ

How long should I plan for a tour of Rajasthan?

A tour of Rajasthan can take anywhere from 6 to 16 days or more, depending on the number of places you wish to visit and and the amount of time you have available. It can also be shorter or longer. A 6-day tour will typically cover the major cities of the Golden Triangle (Delhi, Jaipur and Agra), while a 2-week tour will include a visit to more remote and offbeat destinations such as Udaipur, Bundi and Jaisalmer

What is the best way to travel around Rajasthan?

Hiring a car and driver is a popular and convenient option for traveling around Rajasthan. It allows you to explore the state at your own pace and schedule, and the driver can serve as a guide, providing valuable information and recommendations.

Some of the benefits of traveling by car with a driver in Rajasthan include:

  • Flexibility: You can customize your itinerary and make last-minute changes as you go.
  • Convenience: You do not have to worry about navigating unfamiliar roads or finding public transportation.
  • Safety: It is generally considered safer than traveling alone, especially if you are traveling to remote areas.
  • Comfort: You can relax and enjoy the scenery, rather than worrying about driving.
  • Guide: Your driver can act as a guide and provide you with information about the places you visit.

Will my driver speak English?

Yes, our drivers have an excellent level of English. They are trained to communicate with foreign tourists and they will be able to understand and respond to your questions and requests very well. They can also act as a guide, providing valuable information and recommendations about the places you visit. They will also be able to understand and respond to your requests for any changes or adjustments to your itinerary, and make sure you have a comfortable and enjoyable trip.

Additionally, their knowledge of the local culture and customs, as well as the road conditions, will make your journey more comfortable and safe. You can be assured that you will have a smooth and enjoyable journey with a driver who can speak English fluently.

What are the must-see places in Rajasthan?

Some of the must-see places in Rajasthan include:

  • The iconic Taj Mahal in Agra: one of the most famous landmarks in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Pink City of Jaipur: the capital of Rajasthan, known for its stunning palaces and forts such as the Hawa Mahal and the Amber Palace.
  • The Blue City of Jodhpur: known for its blue-painted houses and the impressive Mehrangarh Fort.
  • The Golden City of Jaisalmer: a desert city known for its stunning havelis and the Jaisalmer Fort.
  • The holy city of Pushkar: famous for its Brahma Temple and the Pushkar Camel Fair.
  • The Lake City of Udaipur: known for its beautiful lakes, palaces, and temples, including the City Palace and the Jagdish Temple.
  • The historic region of Shekhawati: known for its havelis (traditional mansions) which were built by wealthy merchants in the 18th and 19th centuries and are considered to be some of the finest examples of Rajasthani architecture and art. The towns of Mandawa and Nawalgarh should not be missed.

It is worth noting that some other must-see places in Rajasthan would be:

  • The city of Bundi: famous for its frescoes and the Taragarh Fort.
  • The city of Chittorgarh: known for its Chittorgarh Fort, one of the largest forts in India.
  • The city of Bikaner: home to the Junagarh Fort and the Lalgarh Palace
  • The city of Mount Abu: the only hill station in Rajasthan and home to several beautiful temples and Dilwara Jain Temples.
  • The historic city of Ajmer: home to the Ajmer Sharif Dargah, an important pilgrimage site for Muslims.

What is the best time to visit Rajasthan?

The best time to visit Rajasthan depends on your personal preferences and the type of experience you are looking for.

If you are interested in experiencing Rajasthan's vibrant festivals and cultural events, the best time to visit is during the winter months of October to February. During this time, the state's famous festivals such as the Pushkar Camel Fair, the Jaipur Literature Festival, and the Desert Festival in Jaisalmer take place. The weather is also pleasant during this time, with cool mornings and warm afternoons, making it comfortable to explore the many palaces, forts, and temples.

For those who prefer to avoid the crowds and the heat, the best time to visit Rajasthan is during the monsoon season, which lasts from June to September. The state receives a moderate amount of rainfall during this time, which makes the weather comfortable and cool, and the vegetation is lush and green.

If you are a wildlife enthusiast, the best time to visit Rajasthan is during the months of November to May, when the state's national parks and wildlife sanctuaries are open. During this time, the weather is pleasant and the vegetation is dry, making it easier to spot the wildlife.

What is the best way to get to Rajasthan?

The best way to get to Rajasthan is from Delhi by car. Hiring a car with a driver offers flexibility and convenience, as you can travel at your own pace and schedule. The drive from Delhi to Rajasthan takes around 5 hours depending on the city you are heading to. The route from Delhi to Rajasthan offers beautiful views of the countryside.

Hiring a car with a driver allows you to relax and enjoy the scenery while your driver takes care of the navigation and traffic, and also you can stop at any point you want to and take pictures or explore. This option also allows you to make last-minute changes to your itinerary and also gives you the flexibility to travel to different cities in Rajasthan without having to worry about transportation.

Is it safe to travel to Rajasthan?

Rajasthan is generally considered a safe place to visit. However, it is always recommended to be aware of your surroundings and to take the usual safety precautions when traveling to any new place.

What are the traditional foods to try in Rajasthan?

Rajasthan is known for its rich and flavorful traditional cuisine, which is heavily influenced by the state's harsh desert climate and nomadic heritage. Some traditional foods to try in Rajasthan include:

  • Dal baati churma: A traditional dish made with lentils, wheat balls, and a sweet mixture of crushed wheat, ghee, and sugar.
  • Bikaneri bhujia: A popular snack made from gram flour, spices and often served with yogurt or tamarind chutney.
  • Laal maas: A spicy mutton curry made with red chili paste and yogurt.
  • Ker sangri: A traditional dish made with dried ker berries and sangri beans, usually cooked in a spicy gravy.
  • Gatte ki sabzi: A dish made of gram flour dumplings in a spicy curry.
  • Kachori: A deep-fried snack made from a mixture of lentils and spices, often served with tamarind chutney.
  • Pyaaz Kachori: A snack filled with onion and spices, deep-fried and served with tamarind chutney.
  • Mirchi Vada: A popular snack made from stuffing a spicy chili pepper with a mixture of potato and spices, and then deep-frying it.
  • Rajasthani Thali: A platter of various dishes, including dal, vegetables, rotis, and dessert.

It's worth noting that Rajasthani cuisine is known for being quite spicy, so be prepared for some heat. Also, Rajasthani cuisine has a lot of vegetarian options, due to the Jain and Rajput community's dietary restrictions.

Can I find vegetarian or vegan food options in Rajasthan?

Yes, you can find vegetarian and vegan food options in Rajasthan. The state is known for its rich vegetarian cuisine, and many traditional dishes are naturally vegan or can be made vegan upon request. Rajasthan is a predominantly Hindu state, and many Hindus are vegetarian, so you will find many vegetarian-friendly options in restaurants and street food vendors. Rajasthani cuisine is famous for its delicious dals, vegetables, roti, and sweets. Some popular vegetarian dishes include dal bati churma, kachoris, samosas, and chaat. You can also find a variety of international cuisine options in the larger cities such as Jaipur and Udaipur. Many restaurants will have a vegetarian or vegan menu or can accommodate special dietary requests.

Are there any medical precautions or vaccinations I should take before traveling to Rajasthan?

It is always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional before traveling to any foreign destination. They will be able to advise you on any specific medical precautions or vaccinations that you may need based on your individual health situation and the specific areas you will be visiting in Rajasthan.

In general, it is recommended to be up to date on routine vaccinations such as diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), polio and varicella (chickenpox).

You may also consider the following vaccinations: Hepatitis A and B, Typhoid, Malaria (if you plan to visit rural areas).

You should also take into account that you should drink only bottled water, avoid ice cubes, and be careful with salads and fruits that cannot be peeled.

In addition, it is always a good idea to bring a first-aid kit and any prescription medication you may need during your trip. You should also make sure you have comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical emergencies.

What should I pack for a trip to Rajasthan?

When packing for a trip to Rajasthan, you should consider the time of year you will be traveling and the specific activities you have planned. Here is a general list of items you may want to bring:

  • Comfortable, lightweight clothing: Rajasthan can be quite hot during the day, so pack lightweight, breathable clothing made of natural fibers such as cotton or linen. Loose-fitting, long pants and tops with sleeves are appropriate for both men and women when visiting temples and other religious sites.
  • Light sweater or jacket: temperature can drop in the evening, especially in the desert areas.
  • Sun protection: a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen are essential to protect yourself from the sun.
  • Footwear: comfortable walking shoes are a must for sightseeing, and closed-toe shoes are required for visiting temples and other religious sites.
  • Insect repellent: to protect yourself from mosquitoes and other insects.
  • Personal hygiene items: bring your own toiletries and personal hygiene items, as well as any prescription medications you may need.
  • Camera: to capture the beautiful and vibrant culture of Rajasthan.
  • Power bank, adapters and chargers: as electricity in India can be inconsistent.
  • Cash: India is a cash-based society, and it is best to have some cash on hand for small expenses such as street food and souvenirs.

It is also a good idea to check the specific requirements of the places you will be visiting, such as dress codes, photography rules, and prohibited items.

How can I find accommodation in Rajasthan?

There are a variety of accommodation options available in Rajasthan to suit different budgets and preferences. Some popular options include:

  • Hotels: There are a wide range of hotels available in Rajasthan, from budget-friendly options to luxury resorts. Hotels can be found in all the major cities and tourist destinations, and can be booked online or through a travel agent.
  • Heritage Hotels: Rajasthan is known for its rich history and culture and many of its properties have been converted into Heritage Hotels. These hotels are located in palaces and havelis and offer a unique experience with traditional architecture and decor.
  • Resorts: Rajasthan has many resorts that are located in scenic locations and offer a range of facilities and activities. These resorts are a great option for those looking for a more luxurious and relaxing holiday.
  • Guesthouses: Guesthouses are another budget-friendly option, and are usually run by local families. They are a good option for independent travelers, as they often offer a more personal and authentic experience

You can book accommodation in Rajasthan through various online platforms like Booking.com, Expedia, or Agoda.

Are there any language barriers to be aware of in Rajasthan?

The official language of Rajasthan is Hindi, but many people also speak Rajasthani, which is a dialect of Hindi spoken in the state. English is also widely spoken and understood in the major cities and tourist areas, so you should not have too much trouble communicating. However, in rural areas or smaller towns, English may be less commonly spoken, so it can be helpful to know a few basic Hindi phrases. It is also important to note that many of the people working in the tourist industry, such as hotel staff and restaurant servers, are fluent in English, so it should be easy to communicate with them.

Are there any adventure activities available in Rajasthan?

Yes, there are a variety of adventure activities available in Rajasthan that can be enjoyed by visitors of all ages. Some popular options include:

  • Hot air balloon rides: Rajasthan offers some of the most beautiful and scenic hot air balloon rides over the desert landscape.
  • Camel safari: Camel safari is one of the best ways to experience the vast desert landscape of Rajasthan. The safari can be done on a camel's back or in a traditional camel-pulled cart.
  • Jeep safari: Jeep safari is a popular activity for those who want to explore the desert landscape and wildlife of Rajasthan.
  • Rock climbing: The Aravalli range in Rajasthan offers some great rock climbing opportunities for experienced climbers.
  • Paragliding: Some places in Rajasthan such as Kumbhalgarh, Mount Abu, and Pushkar offer paragliding as an adventure activity.
  • Trekking: Rajasthan also offers some great trekking options such as the trek to the top of the highest peak in Rajasthan, the Guru Shikhar in Mount Abu.

Are there any shopping opportunities in Rajasthan?

Yes, there are many shopping opportunities in Rajasthan. The state is known for its vibrant and colorful culture, and there are many traditional handicrafts and souvenirs that can be purchased. Some popular items to shop for include:

  • Textiles: Rajasthan is famous for its traditional textiles, such as block-printed fabrics, tie-dye, and embroidery. You can find a wide variety of textiles such as bedspreads, cushion covers, saris, and dress materials.
  • Jewellery: Rajasthan is also known for its traditional jewelry, such as kundan, meenakari, and Thewa. You can find a wide variety of jewelry such as earrings, necklaces, bangles, and rings.
  • Blue Pottery: Jaipur is particularly famous for its Blue Pottery which is a traditional form of pottery that is made using a special blue glaze.
  • Handicrafts: Rajasthan is also known for its traditional handicrafts such as wooden toys, puppets, pottery, and metalwork.
  • Spices and Herbs: Rajasthan is also known for its traditional spices and herbs such as turmeric, saffron, and hing.
  • Carpets and Rugs: Rajasthan is also known for its traditional carpets and rugs made from wool and silk, which are woven by skilled artisans.

You can find these items in markets, bazaars, and emporiums across Rajasthan. Some popular places to shop include the bazaars of Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jodhpur, the government emporiums, and local markets. It is always a good idea to negotiate the price before making a purchase.

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