Redefine Travels have taken the time to get to know this fascinating region, and our expert consultants would be thrilled to assist you plan an adventure that encompasses breathtaking sights that tourists love and unexpected treasures that most visitors never get to see. Rajasthan is an exotic mix of romance, chivalry and adventure – Talk to Redefine Travels today to plan your tailor-made Indian holiday.

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majestic forts, colourful bazaars, and dreamy desert landscapes

Prepare yourself for mighty cities, verdant jungles teeming with flora and fauna, ancient ruins, luxurious palace hotels, and chic converted boutique accommodation, previously the fortified homes of Thakurs (landed gentry). From the vibrant bazaars and resplendent fortresses of the pink city Jaipur to the city of lakes Udaipur with its floating palaces and from the camel safari in the sam sand dunes of Thar in Jaisalmer and Bikaner to the abundant wildlife of Ranthambore and Bharatpur, these tastefully crafted Rajasthan holiday packages are your ticket to a bygone era of elegance pomp and romance.

Although Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur are frequented for a reason, there is also much to be seen away from the cities. Take time to visit places in Rajasthan that are off the beaten track: Bundi and rural destinations such as Chhatra Sagar, Ramathra Fort, Shahpura and Bhainsrorgarh. Here, you’ll get a glimpse of India’s romantic side.

In the sprawling Rajasthan countryside you can greet villagers, interact with desert tribes and experience a way of life that defies 21st century influence. Throughout Rajasthan, brightly coloured saris adorned by the village women punctuate otherwise sparse landscapes. Experience village markets, vibrant local fairs and festivals, see the occasional wedding: Indians will always extend a warm welcome. In addition to wildlife and tiger safaris, you’ll find leopard safaris at Bhenswara and Jawai, camel safaris in the Thar Desert, and horse safaris. Additionally, try thrilling Jaipur elephant safaris, off-road Jeep safaris in Jodhpur, and UNESCO World Heritage site treks.


Heritage Resort to Modern Hotels

Raas Devigarh, Delwara

The unmatchable splendor of Devi Garh is going to temp you to stay for many more nights. Catch a glimpse of Raas on the Arravali hilltop in Delwara from below and you can’t help but to gasp, particularly when it’s lit up at night. This romantic 18th century fort palace is now a beautiful and luxurious heritage hotel. It’s one of a kind in the region because this palace retains its heritage building status while offering guests a surprisingly contemporary style of accommodation. With a wellness spa.

Samode Haveli, Jaipur

Samode Haveli is Jaipur’s first heritage property, well situated in old Jaipur town. Constructed around 175 years ago, it was originally a nobleman’s residence, restored in the original Indo-Saracenic style and converted into a heritage hotel. A charismatic touch at Samode Haveli is the entranceway, an elephant ramp constructed in the 1940’s for a regal family wedding ceremony. Each room has its own special style and design, some feature private courtyards & balconies that overlook charming gardens, fountains & pools.

Taj Rambagh Palace, Jaipur

Set on 47 acres of beautifully manicured grounds, the Taj Rambagh Palace is a warm and welcoming celebration of royal treatment. The ‘Jewel of Jaipur’, as it is fondly known, still harbours the romantic opulence of a bygone era, and is surrounded by majestic gardens and decorated with marbled corridors that echo the elegance and importance of its history. The rooms are colourfully decorated with rich fabrics and silk drapes, each with their own unique antiques that perfectly complete your royal experience.

Suryagarh, Jaisalmer

This surprisingly modern hotel on the outskirts of Jaisalmer rises out of the Thar desert, a spectacular sandstone creation with 360 degree views across the landscape. It’s grand and sumptuous inside, with rooms, suites and havelis set around a large courtyard. The grounds are particularly gorgeous in the evening when they’re lit up. A stay at Suryagarh is atmospheric and unique. The rooms are comfortable and very spacious; all have old-world furniture and tasteful décor, and feature modern technology.

Jawai Leopard Camp, Jawai

Jawai Leopard Camp is a top glamping experience at the foot of the Aravali Hills in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Come here for a particularly rewarding leopard spotting experience under the stars. The camp finds a good balance between comfort, relaxation, privacy, and wildlife adventure. The tents themselves are spacious and elegant: all decorated with traditional artefacts crafted by Michael Aram, a celebrated artisan from the area. Each has a private deck and bathroom attached. Although there is no AC.

Raas, Jodhpur

This restored 18th century Rajput palace is now a stylish hotel, a great mix of ancient and modern in the walled city of Jodhpur. Constructed at the foot of the Mehrangarh Fort, the contemporary architecture and furnishings blend well with the pink sandstone surrounding it. You’ll also find charismatic sandstone furnishings inside the rooms. The atmosphere here is calm and understated and the location couldn’t be better. The suites are ideal for those seeking a bit of extra space and some extraordinary views of the fort.

Khimsar Fort, Khimsar

Spread over eleven acres of sprawling lawns, orchards and open courtyards, in the midst of sand dunes, WelcomHotel Khimsar is unspoilt and well preserved like a royal manor. Established in the 15th century by a scion of the house of Jodhpur, its history is reflected in the architecture of its fortified castle. The construction of the fort began in 1523 by Rao Karamsji – the 8th son of the founder of Jodhpur Rao Jodha, who chose the spot of Khimsar, 90 km from Jodhpur to build this magnificent fort.

Rawla Narlai, Narlai

Rawla Narlai is a striking 17th century heritage resort tucked away on a country road between Udaipur and Jodhpur. This is the Aravali hills territory in the magnificent Rajasthani desert. The resort was originally a hunting lodge used by Jodhpur’s reigning royal family. It’s surrounded by some beautiful landscapes & scenes: a towering 350 foot high granite rock, undulating tree-capped hills & a small but bustling village nearby. There are 32 rooms and suites in total.

Chhatra Sagar, Nimaj

The stunning situation of Chhatra Sagar’s hand-stitched tents – perched, east facing, on a 100 year old dam overlooking a lake awash with waterfowl – means you arise to the sight of sunrise and the sound of birdsong. It’s an idyllic spot to take a breather from the Rajasthan city crush. The camp is an updated version of the 1920s hunting parties hosted by the Nimaj family who own all the surrounding working farmland and have for a century. Still the welcoming hosts.

Ramathra Fort, Ramathra

Nestled on a quiet hilltop between Agra and Ranthambore National Park, Ramathra Fort is a private property that has been lovingly converted into a luxury boutique hotel and camping experience over the years. The 350 year old Ramathra Fort sits on a mound, surrounded by farmland, wilderness, lakes, plateaus and hillocks. There are 6 tents scattered around the perimeter of the garden inside the ramparts as well as 4 rooms and 2 suites, situated on the first and second floor of the main fort.

Sherbagh, Ranthambore

Are you looking to discover the hidden beauty of India? Sher Bagh, a luxury tented camp in Ranthambore National Park is where you’ll find it. Surrounded by stunning landscapes it’s the perfect place to just get away so leave your stress behind and prepare for an eye-opening adventure. The camp consists of 10 luxurious tents and 2 tented suites with attached verandahs and bathrooms, a dining tent, a cafe, a pool as well as lots of verdant spaces in which to loll! There’s something for everyone whether you’re a wildlife fanatic.

Mihir Garh, Rohet

This beautiful newly built fort is a real treasure in the Thar desert of Rajasthan, offering incredible panoramic views of the sand dunes for miles on end. Although it’s a completely contemporary property, it finds a great balance between nature, modern comforts, and a heritage feel. Following an eco-friendly building policy, the pair has designed the nine suites to be spacious, elegant, and classy with soft Indian style furnishings. Each suite has its own sitting room, plus a courtyard with a private pool or Jacuzzi.

The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur

Sitting at the edge of Udaipur’s famous Lake Pichola, the Udaivilas is a creation of intricate craftsmanship that emulates the royal heritage of Rajasthan. The grand setting combined with palatial architecture and a beautiful spa offers an experience created exclusively for those who know there is nothing like too much luxury. All the rooms are richly appointed with private walled courtyards, complete with silken parasols, table & chairs. If you have just one chance to experience this level of luxury and beauty in India, take it here.

Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur

Chances are, if you’re planning a trip to Udaipur, you already know about the Taj Lake Palace – it is, after all, one of the most iconic hotels in the country. Floating elegantly in the middle of Lake Pichola, Taj Lake Palace has another worldly feel about it and there are plenty of luxurious touches that make a stay here outstanding. There are 83 rooms and suites, and each of them has a story to tell, imparting a little bit of the region’s history. Taj Lake Hotel is a high-end experience, and the detail is rather awe-inspiring. If it’s within your budget.

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