Rajasthan's history lies enshrined
in it's forts, several of which dot the arid landscape.
The Rajputs were prolific builders who left behind a
legacy of some of the most imposing and magnificent
forts and palaces in the world. Cities, towns and
villages - all had their forts & protective ramparts. It
was customary to build the palace within the fort,
outside which lay the city, enclosed within a fortified
wall, as in Jodhpur and Udaipur. Some forts occupied
commanding heights on hills overlooking the city, as in
Jodhpur and Alwar. In Jaisalmer, Kumbalgarh and Chittaur,
the entire settlement is within the fortification as an
enclosed unit. We provide enough time to your leisure
activities and hopping during your holiday tour package
Camel Safari Rajasthan
For anyone visiting Rajasthan, camel safari is an
overbearing attraction. The trip seems grossly incomplete
till the time tourists mount on the back of a camel and take
a trip to the forts and sand dunes of the state. Camel
Safari is one unique way to discover the rural life of
Rajasthan. Interacting with people, singing along with the
folksingers and matching the steps of the dancers, all are
included in a camel safari expedition in Rajasthan. The
major areas where camel safari can be enjoyed are the ones
in and around Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner and Shekhawati.
How to Reach Rajasthan
By Air : The capital of Rajasthan (Jaipur) has a domestic
airport for those who wish to reach by air. In addition,
there are airports in various other cities of Rajasthan like
Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Udaipur.
By Rail : All the important cities of Rajasthan are well
connected with each other and other major places in the
country by train.
By Road : Rajasthan is well connected by roadways to both
within its area as well as outside. RTDC runs coaches that
take tourists to various locations in the state. It is also
possible to drive down to the state on one's own vehicle.