enchanting Rajasthan welcomes you with open arms.
Indian Travel Tourism gives highest importance to what you prefer to
visit. Our special tours are an attempt to give the travelers everything
that they need on a trip.
Packages in Rajasthan
Indian Travel Tourism presents you a choice of various tours that
exhibit the best of Rajasthan. If you have any specific
requirements, write to us and we will get back to you with itinerary
of your choice.
Interest in Rajasthan
Visit the most popular places in Rajasthan with Indian Travel Tourism.
Please don't hesitate to mention any specific place which you want to
explore as we are expert in customizing the tour as per your choice.
Festivals in Rajasthan
Time to drench in the festive spirits! Take part in the colorful fairs
and festivals in Rajasthan with Indian Travel Tourism. We assure you a
gala time and a memorable experience.
Forts & Palaces in
Explore the most opulent palaces and forts that dot the land in
Rajasthan. Moreover, our experts are always ready to come up with
customized itinerary just for you keeping in mind your preferences.
Train Tours in Rajasthan
Travel like a Maharaja of yesteryears in the most luxuriously
maintained saloons of luxury trains. Explore the palaces that stand
testimony to the valor and chivalry of the Rajput rulers. The journey
would surely transport you back into the days when kings and queens
ruled the majestic land of Rajasthan and Gujarat.
Hotels in Rajasthan
You mention your preferences and we will make all the arrangement for
your stay in some of the most luxurious hotels.
of Interest in Rajasthan
in the Delhi-Jaipur highway, on the outskirts of Jaipur, Amber Palace is a
breathtakingly beautiful complex of palaces, halls, pavilions, gardens and
temples. A spectacular pillared hall, Diwan-e-Aam and a double storeyed
painted gateway-Ganesh pole dominate the front courtyard. All the buildings
within the complex are finished with intricate carvings that add to their
CITY PALACE, JAIPUR
Palace, the formal royal residence is an example of the excellence of Rajput
and Mughal architectural styles. The carved arches supported by grey-white
marble columns and marble statues of two elephants guarding the entrance are
sure to leave you spellbound. A collection of rare artifacts in the museum
adds to the splendor of this palace.
HAWA MAHAL, JAIPUR
in the heart of Jaipur, five-storey building of Hawa Mahal is an
architectural splendor. The exterior of the building includes semioctangonal
and delicately honey combed windows that impart a majestic appeal to the
whole monument. The intricate stone work on the exteriors is also worth more
than a mere glimpse.
But the real craftsmanship is done in those places where ladies belonging
to the royal family used to sit to watch the processions.
on a 80-meter high hill, housing the entire township within its ramparts,
Jaisalmer Fort is a place where world famous 'Desert Festival' is organized
every year. It is approached through four gateways- Akhilya Pol, Ganesh Pol,
Suraj Pol and Hava Pol. The entire fort is an enchanting web of lanes that
are dotted with havelis, temples and palaces.
in the Pink City of Jaipur, Jantar Mantar is a stone observatory whose
shapes and settings are designed on scientific principles. It includes the
incredible brick curves, circle and pillars, curves and slants that were
used to calculate the movement of the planets. Here, a total of eighteen
instruments represent the high points of Indian astronomy including the
famous Samrat Yantra, Jaiprakash Yantra and the Ram Yantras.
BRAHMA TEMPLE, PUSHKAR
only temple in the world dedicated to Lord Brahma, it is located in the holy
city of Pushkar. The temple is marked by a red spire and over the entrance
gateway is a beautiful statue of goose- the celestial carrier of Lord
Brahma. The impressive layout of the temple adds to its attraction.
formidable Junagarh Fort has remained unconquered through the ages. It has a
986 meter-long wall with 37 bastions and two entrances. The palaces within
the fort makes a picturesque ensemble of courtyards, balconies, kiosks,
towers and windows dotted all over the structure.