Rajasthan Tours

Spread across the golden desert is the land of warriors and kings, Rajasthan. Immersed in colour, tradition and cultural diversity, a Rajasthan tour offers a once in a lifetime experience for every traveller. The natural beauty of the state, the charisma of its history and the unique geographical blend make for a lifetime worth of stories.

Rajasthan is known for the many stupendous forts and palaces, built in different eras throughout the history. From the Amber Fort in Jaipur, to the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, from the Junagarh Fort in Bikaner to the City Palace in Udaipur, these monuments are just some of the options that a Rajasthan tour operator can offer, each one of these majestic monuments has a fascinating story to tell. A Rajasthan tour package in India also offers a chance to explore the stupendous geographical diversity. Right from the splendid Thar Desert to the breathtaking lakes in the city of
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The List of Rajasthan Tour Packages India

Jaipur Jodhpur Udaipur Tour

Jaipur (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2)


Jaipur Jaisalmer Jodhpur Tour

Jaipur (2) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Jaipur


Agra jaipur Udaipur Tour

Delhi (1) – Agra (1) – Jaipur (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2) – Delhi


Jaipur Jaisalmer Jodhpur Udaipur Tour

Jaipur (2) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2)


Rajasthan Tour with Oberoi Hotels

Delhi (2) – Agra (1) – Jaipur (2) – Udaipur (2) – Mumbai (1) – Departure


Taste of Rajasthan with Taj

Delhi (2) – Agra (1) - Jaipur (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2) – Delhi (1) - Departure


Taj Mahal Rajasthan and Varanasi Tour

Delhi (1) – Agra (1) - Jaipur (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2) – Varanasi (2) – Delhi


Taj Mahal Jaipur Jaisalmer Udaipur Tour

Delhi (1) – Agra (1) - Jaipur (2) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2) – Delhi


Rajasthan Delight with Tigers and Taj

Delhi (2) – Jaipur (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2) – Ranthambore (2) - Agra (1) – Delhi


Rajasthan Heritage Tour

Delhi (1) – Mandawa (1) – Bikaner (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Jaipur (2) – Agra (1) – Delhi (1) – Departure


Rajasthan Tour with Taj Hotels

Delhi (2) – Agra (1) – Jaipur (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2) – Mumbai (2) – Departure


Rajasthan Tour with Luxury Hotels

Delhi (2) – Agra (1) – Jaipur (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Neemaj (1) – Udaipur (2) – Mumbai (1) – Departure


Agra Jaipur Rajasthan Tour

Delhi (1) – Agra (1) – Jaipur (2) – Bikaner (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2) – Delhi


Agra Jaipur Jaisalmer Udaipur Tour

Delhi (1) – Agra (1) – Jaipur (2) – Bikaner (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2) – Delhi


Golden Triangle with Rajasthan

Delhi (2) – Agra (1) – Jaipur (2) – Bikaner (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2) – Delhi


Highlights of Rajasthan

Delhi (2) – Udaipur (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Bikaner (1) – Jaipur (2) – Agra (1) – Delhi


Rajasthan Castle Tour

Delhi (2) – Mandawa (1) – Bikaner (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2) – Jaipur (2) – Delhi


Rajasthan Luxury Tour

Delhi (2) – Agra (1) – Jaipur (2) – Kishangarh (1) - Udaipur (2) – Mihirgarh (1) – Jodhpur (1) – Jaipur (2) – Delhi


Rajasthan Agra and Varanasi Tour

Delhi (1) – Udaipur (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Bikaner (1) – Jaipur (2) – Agra (1) – Varanasi (2) – Delhi


Taj Mahal and Rajasthan Tour

Delhi (1) – Agra (1) – Jaipur (2) – Bikaner (1) – Khimsar (1) – Jodhpur (1) – Mount Abu (1) – Udaipur (2) – Pushkar (1) – Delhi (1) – Departure


Rajasthan Maharaja Tour

Delhi (1) – Agra (1) - Samode (1) – Jaipur (2) – Deogarh (1) – Udaipur (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Bikaner (1) – Mandawa (1) – Delhi


Fort and Palace of Rajasthan

Delhi (2) – Dhadikar (1) - Jaipur (2) – Neemaj (1) – Udaipur (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Bikaner (1) – Mandawa (1) – Delhi


Taj Mahal Rajasthan and Kerala Tour

Delhi (1) – Agra (1) – Jaipur (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Jojawar (1) – Udaipur (2) – Kochi (1) – Munnar (2) – Thekkady (1) – Alleppey (1) – Kochi Airport


Rajasthan Adventure Tour

Delhi – Agra - Ranthambore (Tiger Safari) – Jaipur (Hot Air Baloon Safari) - Shekhawati (Jeep Safari) – Bikaner – Jaisalmer (Camel Safari) – Jodhpur (Village Safari) –Udaipur – Delhi


Rajasthan History Heritage and Taj

Delhi (1) – Alsisar (1) – Bikaner (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Jojawar (1) – Udaipur (2) Deogarh (2) – Jaipur (2) – Agra (1) – Delhi (1)


Splendors of Rajasthan

Delhi (1) – Samode (1) – Jaipur (2) – Neemaj (2) – Udaipur (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jaipur (2) – Agra (1) – Delhi


Delhi Agra Rajasthan Tour

Delhi (1) – Agra (1) – Jaipur (2) – Bikaner (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Mount Abut (1) – Udaipur (2) – Pushkar (1) – Ranthambore (2) – Delhi


Rajasthan Agra and Kashmir Tour

Delhi (1) – Agra (1) - Jaipur (2) – Bikaner (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2) – Delhi / Srinagar (1) – Gulmarg (1) – Pahalgam (2) – Srinagar (1) – Delhi


Rajasthan Village Tour

Delhi (2) – Alsisar (1) – Bikaner (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Khimsar (1) – Jodhpur (1) – Jojawar (1) – Udaipur (1) – Nimaj (1) – Bijay Nagar (1) – Jaipur (2) – Abhaneri (1) – Agra (1) – Delhi


Rajasthan Goa and Kerala Tour

Delhi (1) – Agra (1) – Jaipur (2) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Udaipur (2) – Goa (3) – Kochi (1) – Munnar (2) – Thekkady (1) - Alleppey (1) – Kochi


Rajasthan Khajuraho and Varanasi Tour

Delhi (1) – Mandawa (1) – Bikaner (1) – Jaisalmer (2) – Jodhpur (1) – Mount Abu (1) – Udaipur (2) – Nimaj (1) – Jaipur (2) – Agra (1) – Khajuraho (1) – Varanasi (2) – Delhi (1) – Departure



Rajasthan, one of the major tourist destination states in India, has a lot to offer through the incredible Rajasthani architecture, the various geographical terrains, local cuisines and traditions. Rajasthan, located in the northwestern part of India has hot climate during the majority of the year. The best time to visit the state is during the winters, when you can experience pleasant weather and explore the various tourist cities with ease.

Rajasthan, one of the major tourist destination states in India, has a lot to offer through the incredible Rajasthani architecture, the various geographical terrains, local cuisines and traditions. Rajasthan, located in the northwestern part of India has hot climate during the majority of the year. The best time to visit the state is during the winters, when you can experience pleasant weather and explore the various tourist cities with ease.

The most remarkable feature of Rajasthan is that it has innumerable forts, palaces and different monuments spread across the state. All the major cities were built in and around the forts and palaces that still stand tall even after hundreds of years. Jaisalmer fort in Jaisalmer, the City Palaces of Jaipur and Udaipur, Bikaner Fort, Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur and Junagarh Fort in Bikaner are some of the many incredible forts and palaces in the state. You can witness the incredible architecture styles like Rajasthani, Mughal, Indo- Saracenic and Shekawati. Most of the forts were strategically built on top of hills to have the geographical advantages during the wars and battles. All the forts on hilltops are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and thousands visit these places to see the mesmerizing architecture and experience the views from top of the forts.

The traditionally rich and historically unique culture of the state is one of the most attractive things about Rajasthan. You can experience it through the local cuisines with lip-smacking delicacies, vibrant markets, folk dances and songs. Going for Choki Dhani night is one of the best ways to experience all of it in one go. Here, you are welcomed in the traditional Rajasthani way, with the help of turban, tikka and so on. You can enjoy the traditional folk dances and songs performed by the local performers. When you are served with the local delicacies, make sure you try the mouth-watering Rajasthani Thali.


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Rajasthan, once called as ‘The Land of Kings’, is home to some of the most incredible forts and palaces in India. With so many rulers ruling the vast desert land and two millennia worth of history, Rajasthan has numerous forts spread across the state. Six forts were recently added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites as well. The forts of Rajasthan are not just about architecture but lets you explore different aspects of Rajasthan as a state, like its culture, the rich history and different traditions. Let us take you through some of the popular forts of Rajasthan that you will love to explore while travelling in the state.

Amber Fort, Jaipur : Amber Fort is one of the oldest forts in Rajasthan, built more than a thousand years ago. At first the residence of the Meenas of the area, it was taken over by the Rajputs or the Kachawas. Raja Kalki Devi built the Rajput structure in the complex in the year 1036. Over the years, the rulers built the various structures like temples and courtyards. The present day fort got its look in the 1600s under the reign of Maharaja Man Singh I when major buildings like Diwan-i-khas got its shape. The fort palace got more storeys once the royal family decided to expand their living area. One can divide the palace into 4 different parts or courtyards. From the top of the fort, tourists get some of the finest panoramic views of the city of Jaipur. Sheesha Mahal, Ganesha Pol Entrance and Baradari pavilion are some of the highlights of the Amber Fort.

Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur : Nahargarh Fort was once a third of the forts that lined overlooking the city of Jaipur, forming a strong defence mechanism to protect the city from foreign invasions. The fort sits beside the other two forts in the area, Amber Fort and Jaigarh Fort. The popular belief says that the fort got its name because of the spirit of Nahar Singh Bhomia, a former Rajput royal, haunting the palace for years. Maharaja Jai Singh, a master war strategist built the fort along as a cover to other two forts and thus protect his state. The view you get from the top of Nahargarh fort is the best you can have of the city of Jaipur and it accounts for the majority of footfall. The Jaipur Wax Museum, opened in 2016, is another tourist attraction of the place.

Jaigarh Fort, Jaipur : Jaigarh Fort is the third fort in the outskirts of the city of Jaipur and sits atop a hill, CheelkaTeela, overlooking Amber Fort. A secret passageway connects Jaigarh Fort to the Amber Fort that the royals used during wars or attempted invasions by enemies. Jaivana, the biggest canon on wheels in the whole world, is one of the top tourist attractions. Laxmi Vilas, Vilas Mandir, Lalit Vilas and Aram Mandir are some of the major buildings in the complex. The impressive square garden Charbagh is another key attraction inside the palace. The fort has walls that spread over 3kms in length and has maximum fortifications. The museum has some of the best artefacts, weapons and paintings of that era. The fort got its water from a water catchment built near the fort in the middle of hills. It had a holding capacity of more than 6 million gallons of water.

Junagarh Fort, Bikaner : Junagarh Fort is one of the few forts in Rajasthan not built on a hilltop. The fort was the residence of the royal family of ‘Rathore’ until the early 20th century when they moved out of the fort city to a new palace. Maharaja Rao Bika, the second son of Maharaja Rao Jodha, laid the foundation stone of the fort in 1478 after he founded the city of Bikaner. However, the present day Fort got its shape much later, almost a hundred years later. The huge fort has innumerable royal palaces and temples in it with each of them a fine example of the Rajasthani architecture. The whole city of Bikaner was built around the fort with a 360-degree view of the city from the top of the fort. Junagarh Fort is definitely one of the popular forts of Rajasthan that you will love to explore

Taragarh Fort, Bundi : Taragarh Fort is one of the forgotten forts of Rajasthan with most of it lying in shambles. The fort, built on top a steep hill is one of the major attractions in the city Ajmer. King Ajaypal Chauhan built the fort in 1354 with three massive gates, namely Lakshmi Pol, PhutaDarwaza, Gagudiki Pathak. Most of the fort now has a cover of wild vegetation but still is a great place to visit in the city of Ajmer. The fort complex have some huge water reservoirs, which was once the main source of water for most people in the city during emergencies. Another feature of Taragarh Fort is that it has several passageways within the hill but now are not accessible due to the lack of useful maps. The fort was once part of the Mughal Empire when Dara Shikoh, the first son of Mughal Emperor Jahangir, captured it in 1633. 


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Customer Reviews

Ahmad Ridzuan, Malaysia

10 Days Rajasthan Tour

I booked my tour based on comments i read from trip-advisor. Nowadays even then you are not sure of the service you will get. Its just a leap of faith. Fortunately my dealing with Select India Tour Agency has been smooth from the beginning till the end of the trip. I have no major complaint excep
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Heather Lalande, United Kingdom

An excellent Tours to Rajasthan

My dream to visit India was finally fulfilled when last month I went there with my family. I had always heard about its rich culture and traditions. So it was always in my to-do list to visit India. My wife was equally excited for this trip. We had planned to visit Golden Triangle tour. We were f
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