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Things to Do in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is a colorful state of India that offers a number of unimaginable tours, activities and entertainment. It is a known fact that Rajasthan is blessed with rich cultural heritage, golden history, royal palaces and forts. Therefore, travelers coming to Rajasthan are sure to have an ultimate touring experience in the majestic Land of Maharajas.

Here you can know about the things you can do during your tour to the Royal state of Rajasthan and how to make your holiday enthralling: 

Camel Riding

It is one of the most popular desert activities in Rajasthan that shouldn’t be missed. The beautifully adorned camels will take you to the remote places and will add charm to the sightseeing. Enjoy desert safari in the rustic desert of Osian, Bikaner and Jaisalmer.

Elephant Riding

It is one of most admired tourist attractions of Rajasthan. The elephants used for safaris are exquisitely decorated with traditional accessories. Jaipur is famous for elephant riding. Enjoy your ride up to Amer Fort and have a fascinating experience. 

Snake Dance

Being in Rajasthan, you shouldn’t miss the performance of Kalbeliya tribe in Jodhpur. The women of this tribe perform a traditional dance called Kalbeliya Dance on some groovy Rajasthani music. They move like snake on the folk music and leaves irresistible impact.

Desert Safari

Enjoy being in the desert of Rajasthan by opting any of the Safaris- Jeep Safari, Camel Safari, Elephant Safari and Horse Safari. These safaris will make your sightseeing more interesting giving you a whole new experience.

Forts and Palaces

Witness the most enchanting forts and palaces of India that lies in Rajasthan and boost Indian tourism. These architectural wonders include Amer Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Chittaurgarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mehran Garh, Junagarh Fort, City Palace, Mandawa Haveli, Nawalgarh Haveli, Samode Palace and many more.


Rajasthan comprises of the oldest mountain range, Aravalis which is beautiful and provides great opportunities for trekking to its visitors. Kumbhalgarh, Ranakpur and Ghanerao are the famous places in Rajasthan where one can enjoy trekking.

Hot Air Ballooning

Travelers can now enjoy hot air ballooning in Rajasthan as India too is having this facility. This adventurous ride will make your trip to Rajasthan a memorable one. You can enjoy this ride at Jaipur. There are flights from Pushkar, Jaipur and Ranthambore that connects Jaipur.

Kite Flying

It is a traditional and colorful sport, which is still alive in the royal state of Rajasthan. Pushkar organizes a kite flying festival every year, uniting the natives and tourists at a single place. Be a part of this festival and enjoy to the fullest.
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Rajasthan’s air is filled with the stories of royal romanticism. Be a part of this romanticism by taking a romantic boat ride with your beloved on Lake Pichola. It is the oldest lake of Rajasthan, situated in the “City of Lakes,” Udaipur.

Zip lining

Be a little more adventurous by taking a zip line tour at Neemrana Fort. This adventurous sport allows you to go from one hill to another through the suspended wires, several meters high above the ground. It takes a couple of hours to reach Neemrana Fort from Delhi, by road.


Devotees can visit the famous pilgrimage sites in Rajasthan which include Brahma Temple (Pushkar), Jain Temple (Ranakpur), Dargah Sharif (Ajmer), Dilwara Temples (Mt Abu), Karni Mata Temple (Deshnok), Eklingji Temple (Udaipur), Shrinathji Temple (Nathdwara), Govind Devji Temple (Jaipur) and many more.       

Wildlife & Eco-Tour

Ranthambore National Park, Sariska National Park, Keoledeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary (Bharatpur National Park), Desert National Sanctuary, Jaisamand Sanctuary, Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary and Tal Chappar Sanctuary are some of the major wildlife destinations that houses numerous endangered species of animals and birds. Spend some peaceful moments watching wildlife amidst lush greenery.

Get A Spooky Feeling

Bhangarh which is located in Alwar district of Rajasthan is now a ruined city. It is believed to be a haunted place where one cannot visit after dark (not recommended). To hear ghostly stories from the natives and to get spooked up, do take a tour of Bhangarh during the day.

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You can do a lot of shopping from Jaipur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Pushkar, Kota, Shekhawati and Barmer. Pick the traditional handicrafts, colorful fabric, exquisitely designed mojaris, carpets, leather goods, bangles, paintings and pottery from the local markets to enhance the décor of your home or to give away to your dear ones as gifts.

Folk Music & Dance

The essence of Rajasthan is its folk music and dance that is filled in the air. The enchanting folk music and dance of Rajasthan soothes one’s mind and soul. It will give you the real feeling of being in Rajasthan. Kachchi Ghodi, Terah-Taali Dance and Ghoomer are some of the famous folk dances of this state. Dhol, Matas, Naupat, Rawanahattha and Sarangi are the musical instruments used to produce music during the folk song.

Rajasthani Cuisine

Enjoy the relishing Rajasthani cuisine which is mostly vegetarian. The spicy curries and tasty sweets are popular in Rajasthan. Some of its sweet dishes include Besan Chakki, Churma, DilKhushaal, Feeni, Ghevar, Gujia and many more. The traditional cuisine of Rajasthan includes Besan Gatte ki sabji, Besan purla, Childa, Guwar fali ki saag, Moranga ki sabji, Pyaaz Paneer. The very few non-veg dishes are Khad khargosh, Laal maans, Mohan maans, Saanth ro achaar and Safed maans.

This unique land of Rajasthan has much to offer as per your interests. All you need to do is opt for any of the exquisitely designed tour package that we offer. We strive to give you the best of Rajasthan, the way you want.

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