Thinking of booking Rajasthan tour packages? Here is our extract from the best of Rajasthan packages for your convenience. The sands blowing the tales of the bloodied skirmishes and Rajputana valour, the imposing forts looming atop the steep hills standing as guards of time, the opulence of palaces, iridescent lakes, the scenic hill stations, the stunning ungulates in the deserts, the land of the Maharajas and Maharanas - Rajasthan welcomes you like a royal with a warm hospitality and gives you a similar send-off for you to come back and rediscover the charm of the undisputed India’s gem. Its regal heritage aside Rajasthan is many things to many people and is visited for many reasons. Make sure to indulge in the following while planning a Rajasthan tour.
Forts, palaces and lakes
The biggest attractions of all in Rajasthan are the several specimens of its fortified excellence. The magnificent ramparts watching over the cities, gargantuan gates that offer ingress to the horses and elephants through the winding accesses of the forts. The insides decked with glittering giant chandeliers, intricate glasswork, chairs made out of the finest timber, halls full of gewgaws in iron, brass, copper, pearls, stones, brought in from across the globe, pillars carved out of marble, and an endless ceiling acting as a sanctum for these valuables. Rajasthan has a remarkable number of forts and palaces overlooking the lakes, moats and hills. Some of them forgotten with time while some have been restored and turned into world-class heritage hotels. Among the places to visit in Rajasthan are the marque set of Amber fort in Jaipur set in red sandstone, the spectacular Mehrangarh fort in Jodhpur, the golden-hued bulwark in Jaisalmer, the pride of Chittorgarh, and the old fort of Junagarh. Apart from the impregnable might of the forts, the landscape of Rajasthan is dotted with grand palaces with stories of sybaritic lives of the kings and the rulers of the land.