Luxury holidays in Rajasthan

Destinations in Rajasthan

  • A small village within the ochre-hued vales of the Aravalli Mountains, Ajabgarh lies on the edge of Sariska National Park, and has a beautiful aspect overlooking the shimmering Man Sagar Lake.
  • Those with a penchant for the paranormal should dig out their proton-packs and head to the deserted village of Bhangarh, where locals fear to tread.
  • Bikaner’s princely past is visible in the palaces, fortresses and temples that line the city’s streets. The locally favoured method for crossing sand planes or just strutting along a bustling street is the camel – so popular they have their own festival.
  • Jaipur is the stuff of fairy tales: hilltop forts and majestic palaces, polo-playing princes and brightly painted elephants, moustachioed men in glorious turbans and the Technicolor swirl of saris.
  • Rising from the edge of the Thar Desert in western Rajasthan is the beautiful blue city of Jodhpur. The horizon is dominated by the mighty Mehrangarh Fort, a 15th-century clifftop palace that towers above the mediaeval skyline.
  • Once the playground of Maharajas and their hunting parties, Ranthambore National Park, in south-eastern Rajasthan, is still a magnet for the style set in search of a wild time.
  • Once the royal hunting grounds of the Maharaja of Alwar, Sariska National Park is now a leafy tiger reserve sitting high in the wooded hills of the Aravalli mountains.
  • Udaipur’s aspect on the wooded southern slopes of the Aravalli mountains, with its picturesque lakes, majestic palaces, temples and terracotta-hued havelis makes it one of Rajasthan’s most romantic spots.

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