The north-west state of Rajasthan is not only the largest state in the country by area but also the most visited state by foreign tourists in the country. The magic of this vibrant state lies in its rich heritage and colorful culture. Its Forts and Palaces, Temples and lavish Heritage properties, National parks with opportunities for Tiger spotting and Bird watching, all together form a unparalleled proposition for the tourists.
Rajasthan is culturally rich and has artistic and cultural traditions which reflect the ancient Indian way of life.Highly cultivated classical music and dance with its own distinct style is part of the cultural tradition of Rajasthan. The music is uncomplicated and songs depict day-to-day relationships and chores, more often focused around fetching water from wells or ponds.
Rajasthan Tiger Safari at National Parks
The ever so elusive Tiger can be tracked down at some of the National Parks in Rajasthan. A private jeep safari ( is shared amongst 6 people at some Parks) thru the jungles is a great way to explore the wild.
Rajasthan Horse Safari – Thru the Countryside
The option to explore the region of Mewar on a horseback is truly amazing. Riding thru the breathtaking and ever changing countryside you can ride the indigenous “Marwari “ horse (related to the desert horses of Arabia) on a longer fixed tour of 10-15 days or shorter rides that could consume half a day and take you around the local village and other sites.
Rajasthan Bishnoi Village tour
Bishnoi is a community of nature worshippers in the state of Rajasthan, India. The community’s love for nature and wildlife can be seen thru their history, customs and traditions. To a westerner, the Bishnoi appear to be Hindu, though their religion is significant because of its origins as a dissenter to the Hindu faith. It was during some 300 years ago that Bishnois decided to start the tree hugger movement by literally hugging trees and getting their head cut off by the Maharaja’s soldiers. Even today It is because of their protection that in Bishnoi dominated areas, deer and antelope(such as blue bulls, black bucks, chinkaras and chowsinghas) are seen grazing peacefully in their fields.
A half day tour will introduce you this community and its way of life. You will visit the local weavers village, the block printers and potters and visit a local Bishnoi family. It’s a window to a village life of not only this community but to a general disparity between the urban and rural in India.

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