A sanctuary for many of Indiaís endangered tigers; Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan is also teeming with a vast array of thriving flora and fauna within its borders.
Things to see and do in Rajasthan.
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A mesmerising oasis nestled in the vast Thar Desert, Jaisalmer is one of Rajasthanís crowning jewels. This 4 day itinerary lets you maximize your stay in Jaisalmer.
The spectacular rolling sand dunes, fascinating villages where traditional living is still very much the way of life and accommodating and friendly locals are the highlights of a Pushkar camel safari.
Walk through one of the many gates into Jaipur’s City Palace and transport yourself to a time when royal families lived a life of rich opulence which spanned many generations of ruling Maharajas.
Don’t miss the chance to peer into the past of the Pink City at the impressive Amber Fort. High on a hill in Jaipur, this fort has stood the test of time and is incredibly well preserved.
Forts are the most majestic structures, enclosing within their walls living and administrative units, including beautiful palaces that put on display the wealth and opulent lifestyle of the kings.
Bassi Fort Palace offers a lovely heritage stay in a truly rustic atmosphere with hints of its royal past and without the chaos.
Pushkar, Blue Lotus Flower in Sanskrit, is one of the oldest cities of India. Lord Brahma performed a 60,000 year long penance in Pushkar.
Situated on the banks of Pushkar Lake, this tiny village-town is known for its temples and religious significance.