We are delighted to be returning to Rajasthan next February. Also known as the “Land of Maharajas', it is a place of joyful folk dance, lively music, forts and palaces, spicy food, bustling markets, golden sand deserts, exquisite light and vibrant colour.
White, gold, pink and blue, define the four Rajasthan cities of Udaipur, Jaisalmer Jaipur, and Jodhpur and we will go off in search of a rainbow palette.
Rajasthan, or the ‘Land of the Kings’ as it translates is one of India’s most popular regions. From grand palaces to ancient temples, mouth-watering delicacies to desert sand dunes – Rajasthan has it all.
It is hard to know where to start - however, Rajasthan’s affinity for art and culture certainly tick a box or two for us. It stems from the ancient age when Kings were dedicated lovers of art and paintings. Rajasthan also has a rich tradition of handmade jewellery - its culture cherishes male jewellery as much as the female jewellery.
Rajasthan is widely admired for its folklore and traditional art forms that date back centuries. Puppetry is considered one of the most important art forms in Rajasthan and puppetry artists mesmerise audiences with their exceptional storytelling and mastery. Historical richness and vibrant creativity ooze from every corner.
It seems reason enough to return.
A more comprehensive outline of our itinerary can be found in the online presentation - click through here.
Prices have risen drastically in the past three years - this cannot have escaped anyone's notice.This is a high end tour where the comfort and safety of our group have been prioritised both in terms of accommodation and whilst driving around the country. Unlike many tours to india we tell you in advance where you will be staying. In the unlikely event that one of the properties is changed we will give you advance warning.