No other place in India lends itself to so much imagination and romanticism as Rajasthan, a land so steeped in tradition that is easy to get lost in its charm. The place conjures up visions of the Maharajas ruling the land from their resplendent palaces called havelis. A package tour to Rajasthan is a lesson into India’s historical and cultural past. Guided tours of the once invincible forts, beautiful havelis many of which have now been converted into luxury resorts, magnificent temples and palaces, will leave you asking for more. Tours of Rajasthan with Go Delhi promise to be an experience that will leave you yearning to come back to the hospitality that is so typical of Rajasthan.
- Romantic Rajasthan Tour
- Rajasthan proves to be a very romantic destination with the deserts forming a perfect backdrop.
- Rural Rajasthan Tour
- A tour to show you real Rajasthan at the grass root level.
- Best of Rajasthan Tour
- It Can't get better than this, a tour of most interesting places in Rajasthan.
- Rajasthan WildLife tour
- A tour of Ranthambhore National Park, see the tigers in their natural habitat.
- Heritage of Udaipur Tour
- Udaipur the “City of Lakes” is one of the most romantic and beautiful cities of India.
- Short Desert Safari Tour
- Enjoy the Camel Safari at the sand dunes in Jaisalmer, highlight of this tour.
Rajasthan experiences hot summer season from April to June. The temperature ranges from 32 degree Celsius to 45 degree Celsius. The desert, becomes drier due to the scorching heat, and the highest temperature is recorded about 45-48 degree Celsius during May and June. The monsoon brings some relief during the months of June and July. The temperature drops from 40 to 35 degree. The state receives maximum rainfall during this period. The season from mid-September till November is when the average maximum temperature varies from 33 degrees C. to 38 degrees C. The average minimum temperature is between 18 degrees C and 20 degrees C. The most favourable season is winter from November to March. January is the coldest month of the year. The lowest temperature recorded is 0 degree C especially in Churu (city). On an average winter temperatures range from 8° to 28° C (46° to 82° F).
Rajasthan is famous for its festivals as each region in the state celebrates its own festival most distinctly. Bikaner has the camel festival, Jodhpur celebrates Marwar festival, the desert festival is celebrated at Jaisalmer, Elephant & Teej festival at Jaipur and the most famous Pushkar fair that attracts thousands of foreign tourists every year.
Rajasthan is a fairly safe state, however one needs to be careful at all times “better safe than sorry”. Beware of pick pockets when you are in crowded markets. Be very cautious of over friendly people and do not get into conversations with complete strangers. Hire reputable and reliable guides from your hotel, and avoid the guides at the monuments as they could charge more and force you to go for shopping. Hire reliable Taxis from your hotel, they are safer for you. Dress modestly, as too much skin show and public display of affection may warrant unnecessary attention. Drink bottled water, which is easily available at all local shops, and complimentary at the hotels. Do not encourage beggars on the roads.