• Camel Safari- A rustic tour

    Don't miss out on a quintessential rustic desert experience when in Rajasthan. The best regions of Rajasthan for a typical desert safari are Osian, Bikaner and Jaisalmer. You get to travel to some remote places of Rajasthan during the desert safari and explore some interesting ruins of the place. There is a story associated with the ruins and forts of Rajasthan, stories that captivate you from the word go.

  • Stay in a royal hotel in Rajasthan – Feel like a King!

    Rajasthan is one of the most royal states of India, and is perhaps the only one where the royal tradition is still intact. Many luxurious palaces of the state have been converted into heritage hotels, and offer a truly luxurious experience. If you are looking for a king like experience, consider a stay in one of the many royal hotels in Rajasthan. Lake Palace in Udaipur is one of the best known ones, but there are others too.

  • Take a walk from Dashashwamedh Ghat to Assi Ghat, Varanasi - Embrace Spirituality

    Talking of spirituality, you just cannot leave the beautiful Varanasi out. While here, consider taking a walk from Dashashwamedh Ghat to Assi Ghat. The Dashashwamedh Ghat remains crowded most times of the day. But that shouldn't deter your spirit. In fact, watching the religious ceremony which happens every evening at 7 is a must have experience. As you walk from Dashashwamedh to Assi, you come across several small ghats, where people are seen revering the Ganges, and some saying their final goodbyes to their departed loved ones.

  • Tour Bishnoi Village- a tryst with ethnic Rajasthan

    If you are interested in a peek into the age old customs and traditions of Rajasthan, there is nothing better than a taking a village tour in the desert state. Tour the Bishnoi Village and learn about the various customs and traditions of Rajasthan that are still practiced in this part of the state. A tour of Bishnoi Village lets you get up, close and personal with ethnic Rajasthan, and also gives you a chance to explore the mystic Thar Desert.

  • A visit to Bhangarh- be spooked

    Bhangarh is an ancient city which is located in Alwar district of Rajasthan. The ruins of the city are believed to be haunted. It is also believed that anyone who visits the ruins of the Bhangarh Palace after dark does not ever return. In fact, the city is off limits after dark, and despite being an ancient city, the Archaeological Survey of India does not have an office here. Take a tour of Bhangarh during the day and hear spooky stories from the locals themselves.

  • Jeep Safari in Ranthambore- A wild experience

    One of the wildest things to do in Rajasthan, literally, is take a jeep safari tour of Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary. It is one of the most well known wildlife reserves of the country, home to tigers, elephants and a lot of other species of wild animals.

  • Boating on Lake Pichola- A romantic ride

    One of the most romantic things to do in Rajasthan is to take a boat ride on Lake Pichola with your special someone. Located in Udaipur, the city of lakes, Lake Pichola is one of the oldest lakes of Rajasthan, and undoubtedly, a major tourist attraction of the city. The lake is surrounded by hills on one side, palaces on the other, and some beautiful temples too.

  • Visit Kumbhalgarh Fort- a breathtaking experience

    When in Udaipur, don't miss out on a visit to Kumbhalgarh Fort. It is arguably the most magnificent of all forts in Rajasthan, with several structures to explore. There is even a light and sound show in the evenings to enjoy. When visiting the fort, be prepared to walk a lot, since there is a lot to be explored here.

  • Visit the Pushkar Fair- A fair very different than the rest

    Traditional fairs may be a dying event across India, but the Pushkar Fair remains as strong as ever. It is a camel and livestock far which lasts for 5 days. The fair takes place between the months of October and November. You can witness some traditional dance forms of Rajasthan during the fair, apart from some really eclectic competitions such as a fight for the longest moustache.

  • Kite flying- reaching for the skies

    A colorful and traditional sport of India, kite flying is still actively enjoyed in Rajasthan. Every year, Pushkar plays host to a kite flying festival. You can participate in the festival, and connect with locals as well as tourists over this fun game. Many have even found the love of their life during the kite flying festival in Rajasthan.

  • Visit Abhaneri Step Well- a mystical experience

    You probably won't find any mention of the place in most travel guides. Yet, it deserves a visit. Located close to the city of Jaipur, the Abhaneri Step Well is a water reservoir dating back to 9th century AD. You can descend a few steps into the water reservoir marvel at the architecture of the establishment. There is a small temple too close by which is worth a visit.

  • Attend a royal wedding- Indian weddings just got fatter

    Indians are known for their lavish weddings. But a traditional Rajasthani wedding takes the experience to a whole new level. If you ever get a chance, do attend a royal Rajasthan wedding. You will be treated to the most sumptuous buffet, and get to experience the famed Rajasthani hospitality that tourists crave for around the world.

  • Elephant ride at Amer Fort, Jaipur- A gigantic experience

    One of the most popular tourist attractions of Jaipur, an elephant ride upto Amer Fort can be a really interesting experience. The fort itself, built by Raja Maan Singh I, is an interesting architectural symbol of the royal times. The architecture of the fort is a mix of Hindu and Rajput influences, and like other forts of Rajasthan, you can feel the ornate aura here too.