Rajasthan Tours display the true face of this desert state as reflected in edifices, arts and crafts, fairs and festivals, and folk performances of various towns and cities here, such as Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Sawai Madhopur, Chittaurgarh, Bikaner, Pushkar, and Udaipur.

Navigate through the desert state to see massive forts, majestic palaces, unassailable fortified structures, stately villas, imposing Havelis, opulent and highly revered temples like the Dilwara Temples and outstanding mausoleums. Unlike other regions, each architectural structure in Rajasthan has a tale to narrate, whether it concerns brave Rajputs or the lavish Mughals. Each structure is meticulously created and is a masterpiece in itself. No wonder Rajasthan is an epicenter of tourism.

Some of the forts and palaces of Rajasthan that still awe and inspire best architects and masterminds all over the world include Nahargarh, Amber Fort Palace, City Palace, Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Winds, and Jantar Mantar at Jaipur. Jaisalmer has heritage legacy in the form of Ummaid Bhawan while Mehrangarh Fort and Jashwant Thada are tourist magnets at Jodhpur. Udaipur has City Palace overseeing Lake Pichola from its banks while Lake Palace stands right in middle of the lake with a pearly white marble shine as the best luxury heritage hotel of Rajasthan. Chittaurgarh forts re-create some of the most interesting legends in the history books of India. After centuries of existence, these monuments still stand in all their magnificence as precious heritage monuments of India.

The princely states of Rajasthan was ruled by Rajputs for so long that it is rightly known as the 'Land of Rajputs. 'Rajput' is derivative of a Sanskrit word 'Rajputra', which means 'Son of a King'. Right from 7th century to the days when Mughals and then, British were in power, Rajput rulers retained the power over their kingdoms by strategic wars, sacrifices, and peace treaties as well. The patronage they offered to art and architecture is evident in the progressive construction that took place during this period that has managed to weather the ravages of Time and Nature. Appreciated by tourists of all over the world, Rajasthan and Golden Triangle Tours highlight sites that are nonpareil and incomparable in their own right. Each stone carving and stone idol you can see at Rajasthan narrates the royal story of romance, culture and brave valor of the people of the land.

The ferocious jungles and its beasts that once formed part of the hunting reserves of various princely kingdoms of Rajasthan reveals another aspect of Rajput gallantry. Ranthambore National Park, Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary, and Bandhavgarh National Park are some of the most famous wildlife sanctuaries, where royals used to organize tiger hunting tours and bird shooting games as an entertainment for their guests. The 8th Ranthambore Fort has witnessed various phases of political dominance while luxurious forest lodges at some of the best tiger reserves form a major attraction for wildlife and nature enthusiasts.

Rajasthan Tour is a treasure trove inheritance left behind by the princely states that effortlessly keeps domestic and international tourists spellbound for the entire tour duration. The Rajput and Mughal tales intertwined with the Aravali Hills and the Thar Desert add a touch of surrealism to your Rajasthan vacations and keep memories warm for a long time to come.