A Rajathan tour is dispersed with magnificent structures, heart-stirring edifices and wonderful architecture.
Forts and palaces simply abound in the state, each one of them equally unique and interesting. These structures beautifully capture the valour and glory of the Rajput maharajahs. If you’re ready to listen, each of these forts and palaces will narrate a story. And you will be spellbound.
One of the finest ways to see and explore Rajasthan is travel in groups of like-minded travellers. When you visit with people of shared interests, the joy and fun of your travel multiplies.
Majestic Forts and Palaces Group Tours take you from one city of Rajasthan to another as you get to catch sights of gigantic forts and exquisite palaces built by Rajput kings. Many of the palaces of the Rajput era have now been turned into heritage hotels. This gives you an excellent opportunity to plan your stay at one of these hotels and experience a lifestyle which was once the privilege of the maharajahs. Each of these palace hotels symbolize the valour and hospitality that are unique to Rajasthan.
Shekhawati Region: A forts and palaces tour takes you to the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. Here, you’ll get to enjoy a sightseeing tour of Mandawa, famous for its palaces and havelis. Soak up the charm of frescoes paintings which adorn the walls and ceilings of palaces.
Desert Cities: The cities of Bikaner, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur are together known as the Desert Trio. They are located in the midst of the Thar Desert and feature a number of forts and palaces. Key attractions include the Junagarh Fort, the Lalgarh Palace, the Jaisalmer Fort, the Mehrangarh Fort. There are many forts, palaces and havelis that you’ll see during your group tour to these cities. Camel safaris are also a part of your tour.
Udaipur: It’s the most picturesque and most visited city of Rajasthan, particularly by couples and honeymooners. Also referred to as the City of Lakes, Udaipur is popular for the City Palace, which also features a museum containing an exquisite collection of wall paintings, glass work and a number of items that were once used by the Rajput maharajahs.
Jaipur: Known world-wide as the Pink City of India, Jaipur is a regular haunt of travellers. During your forts and palaces group tour, you’ll have a wonderful experience in the city. Take an elephant ride up to the Amer Fort, the most popular fort located on the outskirts of the city. Also, make a visit to the Jaigarh Fort which was used to collect weapons of war by the Rajput kings. Jaipur has a lot more to see and have fun with.
If you plan to dig out the splendid history of Rajasthan, the forts and palaces tour is the way to go. These group tours are aimed at helping you see every structure that makes the state majestic.