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Luxury Rajasthan Tour

Sands of Time, Tales of Royalty
Things to Do
where TO STAY
Things to Do
where TO STAY

Rajasthan, “the Land of Kings,” is a realm of royal elegance, warm hospitality, regal palaces, enchanting Havelis (castles), serene lakes, vibrant cultural festivity, sumptuous cuisine, exotic wildlife and the transcendent Thar desert.

As one of the most visited tourist regions in India, RAJASTHAN draws millions of visitors from all over the planet to the palaces and castles of the “Pink City” of JAIPUR, the lakeside bliss of “Venice of the East” UDAIPUR, the Lord Shiva-inspired “Blue City” of JODHPUR, the cultural immersion of the Pushkar’s Camel Fair, the desert allure of “Golden City” JAISALMER and the exotic wildlife adventures at the home of the Royal Bengal Tiger, Ranthambore.

Suggested Itineraries

One Week Rajasthan Tour

07 Nights / 08 Days
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Rajasthan In Luxury

Rajasthan Luxury
07 Nights / 08 Days
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Rajasthan Wildlife Adventure

Wildlife rajasthan
07 Nights / 08 Days
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Rajasthan – A Road Adventure

Rajasthan 2
13 Nights / 14 Days
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The Classic Golden Triangle

06 Nights / 07 Days
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Golden Triangle with Ranthambore

08 Nights / 09 Days
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The Best of Rajasthan

15 Nights / 16 Days
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The Best of India

best of india
27 Nights / 28 Days
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Taj, Temples & Tigers

Taj Temple
11 Nights / 12 Days
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Heritage Hotel


Stay at Opulent Heritage Hotels

Rajasthan’s Princely States of Rajasthan possessd a wealth of palaces, Forts and Mansions, most of them assimilated into the Indian Union after the independence of the nation in 1947.

Many of the palaces and Havelis (mansions) of the erstwhile Kingdoms of Mewar, Jaipur, Udaipur, Amber and Bikaner have now been converted into luxury heritage hotels where you can get a glimpse of the lives of the Maharajas by living like one.

A stay in a Royal Palace is the NOT-TO-MISS quintessential Rajasthani experience.

Retail Therapy


Explore Jaipur's Sparkling Markets

Along with Surat (Gujrat), Jaipur is the largest center of gemstone cutting, trade, and polishing in India and is aptly called as the “Gemstone City”, a true paradise for jewellery lovers !

The level of finesse and artistry is at par with other global hubs of gemstones in South East Asia and China. Rubies, sapphires and emeralds of Jaipur are particularly famous. When you are in town, buy some for your loved one!

Camel Fair


Visit Pushkar Camel Fair

It is more than a fair!

The largest livestock fair in India, the “Puskar Ka Mela” is held in the month of Kartik (late October, early November) in the “Rose Garden of India” Pushkar.

It is a full-on cultural festival that attracts tens of thousands of tourists. Boasting local dances, folk music performances, regional games, camel races and shopping attractions, the event is a festive fun-filled month-long spectacle.



Jaisalmer's Magnificence Sand Dunes

Famous for its magnificent Jaisalmer Fort, never-ending sand dunes, exciting desert safaris, Jain temples, and handicrafts, Jaisalmer is a picturesque oasis in the middle of the breathtaking Thar Desert, 357 miles West of Jaipur.

Its moniker “Golden City” comes from the golden-yellow sandstone used in the construction of its iconic fort and residential buildings.

A trip to this desert paradise is a must-do Rajasthan thing.



Luxury Safaris In Ranthambore

The erstwhile hunting ground of the Maharaja of Jaipur is now the Ranthambore National Park and is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger.

Located 80 miles from Jaipur, in Sawai Madhopur, this 400 sq. mile park is the biggest and most famous national park in north India and is believed to be one of the best tiger-spotting parks in the country along with Bandhavgarh and Panha in Madhya Pradesh.

So, if you ever dreamed of seeing the Bengal Tiger out in the wild, you know where to go now.


Spectacle Of The Elephant Festival

Considered a symbol of royal grandeur, elephants have been featured in Rajasthan for thousands of years as spearheads of the war infantry, rides of royalty, forerunners at religious and cultural festivals and executors of impossible feats of labor.

Comprising elephant races, elephant polo, tug of war, and other traditional games, the annual ELEPHANT FESTIVAL is organized by the Rajasthan Tourism Department in Jaipur’s Polo Ground which has become a hit with tourists.



Explore Jodhpur's - The Blue City

The ancient capital of the Kingdom of Marwar, painted blue to honor LORD SHIVA, is famous for one of India’s most iconic forts, the Mehrangarh Fort.

JODHPUR – The “Blue City” is also famous for the magical Umaid Bhawan Palace, Marwar Festival, Sardar Market, and rich Rajputana heritage.

Experience Jodhpur’s old-warm charm in its azure alleys and old bazaars in the Clock Tower Market and Sadar Market. As the oldest markets in the city with winding alleys and streets, everything from spices, sweets, and vegetables to textiles, silve, and handicrafts can be found here. With histories going back hundreds of...

Rajasthani Dinner


Royal Rajasthani Dinner

As the land of the roaylty, Rajasthani is a gastronomic wonder with such delectable dishes like Dal Baati Churma (lentil curry with baked wheat rolls), Laal Maas (spicy red goat-meat gravy), Gatte ki Sabzi (vegetable and yogurt curry) and Kar Sangri.

Rajasthan is not a place to diet. Influenced by factors such as the arid water-scarce terrain, warrior ethos of the Rajput tribes and dry desert climate, the Rajasthani cuisine is marked by a distinctive use of ingredients that can be retained for longer durations of time like Clarified butter, lentils, milk, legume, gram flour and Millets.

Sunset Serenade


Sunset Boatride on Lake Pichola

One of of the most picturesque cities in the country, Udaipur has a vibe of calm and is dotted by a series of lakes, LAKE PICHOLA in the charming region of Udaipur is a serene escape in the lush-green Aravalli hills.

Enjoying a lakeside stay in a heritage hotel and a sunset boatride on the lake are must-do Udaipur things.

Luxury Train


Luxury Train Journeys Through Rajasthan

With luxurious onboard rooms and suites, restaurants, personal butlers, café, lounges, and bars, posh special-purpose train services like the Palace on Wheels and the Maharaja Express provide the utmost luxury at par with the best train services in Europe.

THE PALACE ON WHEELS takes you on a 7-night and 8-day royal ride that begins in Delhi and makes stopovers at Jaipur, Sawai Madhapur (for the Ranthambore Wildlife Safari), Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur.

Spa Retreats


Luxurious Ayurvedic Spa Retreats

Denying yourself a rejuvenating spa experience in a land of royal luxury will be an oversight.With a history that dates back 5,000 years, the traditional Indian medicinal tradition called AYURVEDA adopts a holistic approach to healing with a combination of massages, yoga, acupuncture, meditation, plant-based organic diet and herbal medicines.

Check yourself into a luxury Ayurveda-inspired spa retreat in Jaipur or Udaipur that gives you a best-of-both-worlds experience with treats for your body and soul.

Royal Abode


Discover Jaipur's City Palace Marvels

Located within the walled city of Jaipur is the magnificent City Palace, the residence and seat of power of the Maharaja of Jaipur.

Built by Maharana Sawai Jai Singh II in the 1720s, this glorious palace is an architectural marvel that comprises 9 blocks and has the Textile and the arms Museum on offer along with the grand pavallions and meeting halls. The complex also houses the Jantar Mantar Astronomical Observatory, the Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds.



Private Balloon Over Palaces

One fun activity in Rajasthan is the hot-air balloon rides available at places like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Pushkar, Ranthambore and Udaipur that give you a birds-eye view of the beautiful surrounding landscapes.

Enjoy our bespoke “Skybound Majesty” experience in a destination of your choice.

Haveli Adventure


Cook & Dine In Heritage Home

Our private cooking classes arranged at heritage homes of traditional Rajasthani families where cooking secrets and traditions are passed on for generations are a great way to unlock the wonders of Rajasthani cuisine.

Desert Dreams


Luxury Camp & Camel Safari

The Rajasthani royalty loved hunting. Their hunting expeditions were carried out from their extravagant luxury camp bases.</p> <p>Modeled after the hunting expeditions of the kings and equipped with all the modern amenities, our luxury camp and safari retreats offer you the archetypal royal camping experience.

Vintage Charm


Jaipur Gems In Classic Car

The royals of Rajasthan one-upped one another with their grand vintage cars. Glamorous vintage cars still dazzle the streets of Jaipur.

Drive around Jaipur like a Maharaja or a movie star in a vintage car.


Exclusive Folk Showcase of Rajasthan

Rajasthan prides itself on its puppet shows and folk dances. Udaipur has the Ghoomar, Jaisalmer has Kalbeliya, the Shekhawati region has Kachi Ghodi and the Bhil have the Gair dance.

The Bhat community is famous for its puppet (Kathputli) dance. Witness a traditional folk dance and music performance in our privately arranged folk shows with dinner and drinks.

Dinner on Lake


Private Boat & Dinner On Lake Pichola

The “CITY OF LAKES” UDAIPUR is famous for its divine Lake Pichola which is interconnected with 6 other major lakes through a web of arched bridges and waterways.

No tour of this region is complete without a visit to this serene lake region. Enjoy our private boat and dinner experience on Lake Pichola. Watch the sunset over the surrounding Aravalli hills.

Horseback Ride


Horseback Ride In Aravalli Hills

As a land of warring Kingdoms and warrior Rajput tribes, horse riding has been a vital part of the Rajasthani way of life.

Take a trek to the picturesque Aravalli Hills in our bespoke horseback tours.

Jeep Safari


Jeep Safari To Shekhawati Villages

The Shekhawati region of Jaipur is famous for its grand Haveli (mansions), the walls of which are adorned with vibrant frescos depicting gods, kings, flowers, arabesques and scenes from everyday life.

Some of these havelis date back to the 15th century when the Shekhawati Kingdom was first established. Enjoy our jeep safari experience in this once-powerful realm of Shekhawati Rajputs.

Azure Trails


Personalized Shopping In Jaipur

With an array of shopping experiences on offer, Jaipur is one of India’s best shopping destinations.

Your options range from jewelry & gemstone shopping at Johari (jewelry) Bazar to handicraft and ethnic artifacts shopping at Chandpol; bangles shopping at Tripolia; leather-ware at Bapu Bazaar and traditional fabrics at Kishanpol Bazaar.

We recommend that you purchase a traditional hand-woven Rajasthani carpet or Durry (flat-woven rugs)  famed for their floral, landscape, and geometric motifs. 

Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur

Samode Haveli
Suján Rajmahal Palace
The Johri
The Taj Umaid Bhawan

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