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Things To Do In Rajasthan

Rajasthan is the land of festivals, medieval forts and palaces, tigers. It is really jewel in the India’s crown. This historic city is fabulous, charming in its own ways. Just explore this graceful city with our Domestic Tour Packages. 
Enjoy a camel safari in the Thar Desert
Settled amidst Thar Desert, Bikaner is an astonishing spot for desert safaris. This will enable you to investigate the glorious desert in the entirety of its mind-sets, and appreciate a one of a kind and unique experience. Desert safaris can be tweaked by your wants so you can appreciate a safari that keeps going 6 hours or one that continues for a few days and includes most Rajasthani urban communities. Desert safaris in Bikaner can be delighted in as either camel safaris or jeep safaris. Both are prevalent alternatives and gain for extraordinary experiences.

Camel desert safaris in Bikaner are an incredible method to appreciate the desert and the Bikaner culture in the meantime. Camels are a necessary piece of Bikaner's way of life and are respected individuals from their general public. A desert safari in Bikaner on camelback will enable you to encounter the one of a kind bond between the camels and their proprietors, and furthermore make a bond with them yourself. Sitting on the back of a brilliantly enlivened camel as it coasts over smooth sand rises with elegance and poise is an affair you will review with delicacy. This is an affair not to be missed in Bikaner. A camel safari can take anyplace from a couple of hours to two or three days, and include sand hill riding as well as town stops, people tunes and moves, and flavorful Rajasthani nourishment.

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Experience desert camping
Desert Camping in Bikaner is known to be the most prominent outing in Western Rajasthan. You can taste bona fide Rajasthani food, see dazzling desert nightfall, ride the camels, appreciate Rajasthani Folk Dance, sit under a cover of stars, ride the moving sand rises with a specialist guide and experience an adventure of a real existence time which will abandon you with pleasurable recollections until the end of time. 

The ideal time to visit Bikaner for camping is between October to March when the weather is pleasant as compare to rest of the year. 

Activities at Desert camps Bikaner include village safari, camel safari on sand dunes, bonfire with authentic Bikaneri cuisine, cultural evenings, jeep safari and lots more. Some of the beautiful places to visit in Bikaner are Junagarh Fort, National Research Centre on Camel, Rampuria Haveli, Laxmi Niwas Palace, Karni Mata Temple, Jain Temple Bhandasar, Gajner palace and lake and Gajner wildlife sanctuary.

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Witness Black buck at Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary
Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary is a lavish green woodland district encompassed by slopes and lakes. Spot a a Blue Bull, Chinkara, Black Buck or runs of Sand Grouse and Wild Boar here. Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary in Bikaner is a characteristic safe house on the shores of a lake, close to Gajner Palace. Situated around 32 km from Bikaner, the haven was prior utilized as a chasing ground by the Maharaja of Bikaner. Today the grounds are home to numerous types of winged animals, creatures and trees. 

An extensive number of animal varieties like the wildfowl, deer, gazelle, chinkara, blackbuck and so forth are found in Gajner Sanctuary alongside an assorted assortment of avifauna. The haven has likewise been chosen as a site for the Cheetah Reintroduction venture in India
The best time to visit the Gajner untamed life asylum is the lovely climate from November to February.
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Sound and Light Show at Amber Fort
The 50-minute Sound and Light Show at the acclaimed Amber Fort ought to be an absolute necessity on your schedule while visiting Jaipur. The striking play of lights alongside the musicals features the rich society culture and legends of Jaipur. Made energizing by rehashing of the different stories and legends of the Rajput Kings, the show reveals an account of Rajputs, takes you through the world of fond memories of Amer, depicting its conventions and the stupendous way of life of the illustrious family. The account of the stronghold's brilliant past is voiced by Amitabh Bachchan, the most particular voice in Indian film. This show begins each night at Kesar Kyari.
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Go on a Cycling Expedition at Nahargarh Fort

Cycle to the Highest Point in the City, the Nahargarh slope! Begin the cycling visit from inverse of Jal Mahal and cycle till the Nahargarh Fort. Unwind on the highest point of the slope and appreciate the elevated perspective of the delightful Pink City as you make the most of your lip-smacking breakfast.
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Get a Taste of Vibrant Rajasthani Culture at Chokhi Dhani
Far from the hustle bustle of the city, Chokhi Dhani is a town resort settled in a tremendous bequest at Tonk Road. Chokhi Dhani guarantees an ideal Rajasthani experience. Bani Thani workmanship, the wall designs, the natural air, the night exhibitions, the excitement, the 'manuhar' (where you can eat as much as you need to), the customs and the entire climate of the place will make you never need to leave!

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Get a Bird's Eye View of Jaipur on a Hot Air Balloon Ride
Float over the Pink City in a hot-air balloon and experience the hypnotizing perspectives of the forts and royal residences settled among the Aravalli ranges. Appreciate the plenty of hues and hints of this city from up above. These rides are prevalent activities in Jaipur and are generally held two hours during dawn and two hours prior dusk. A large portion of the sight-seeing balloon rides suit up to 8 individuals and begin from Amber Fort.
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Stop by The Rajasthani Handicraft Emporium
Some state-government handicraft emporium sells everything from textiles to brassware, including the ubiquitous puppets. Shop till you drop!

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Visit Open Art Gallery to View Best Paintings on Haveli's
Viewed as the Asia's biggest open art gallery, Mandawa is a town in Jhunjhunu locale of Rajasthan in India. It is a part of Shekhawati area. Mandawa is 190 km off Jaipur in the north. Mandawa is known for its fortification and havelis. The entire town of Mandawa is spotted with various wonderful fort and havelis. A portion of these Havelis are a hundred years of age. Their walls have been structured perfectly, with frescoes and old works of art decorating them. They are illustrative of the conventional Indian artistic expression. The Open Art Gallery is a definite treat to your eye.

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Enjoy The Thrill of Paragliding

Paraglide in the desert province of Rajasthan and experience a 360 degrees panoramic view. Fly like a winged creature and treat your senses with some astounding perspectives of the royal scenery and architecture. Feel the breeze all over, the sky over your lightweight plane, ground beneath your feet and fly in the Sun City of India, Jodhpur. The one of a kind affair of Paragliding over Jodhpur for an hour is substantially more exciting than flying in a helicopter or a plane.
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