Major cities of Rajasthan are connected by internal flights and by rail. Palace on wheels and Maharaja Express (trains) offer you royal luxury on board. Travel within Rajasthan on its serpentine roads is comfortable.
The best weather to visit Rajasthan is monsoon (July-September) when the moisturized sandy landscape turns greener and Peacocks are seen dancing. Summers in Rajasthan (April-June) are too hot and humid. Winters (January- March) are too cold. The post monsoon period (October-December) is too humid.
Rajasthan is land of fairs and festivals. Participate in these festivals which serve as a window to its exquisite folkways and folklores. Dressed in colorful traditional consumes, villagers throng the fairs to trade bullocks, camels and horses and to seek entertainment in rustic cultural events.
Sand dunes, camel rides, unique artifacts, local textiles, distict folkways and round the year festivals afford you and exciting experiences. Its huge backpacker footfalls are captivating.