‘Sages, Sovereigns & Sagas’ is one of the most preferred luxury Rajasthan tours with some of the best palaces of India, operated during the winter months of November to March. This luxury Rajasthan itinerary will take you on a breathtaking journey of some of the most majestic forts and palaces of India that boasts of the nation’s rich culture and heritage. In-spite of the rapid development of India, the state of Rajasthan still remains truthful to its old traditions and customs. Rajasthan not only portrays the old world charm and cultural richness but the cities like Jodhpur and Jaipur have modern day palaces and havelis that are both elegant and regal. During the course of this tour, you will also hear amazing tales of Rajputs and the stories behind their magnificent architecture. A luxury Rajasthan tour with palaces of India is incomplete without a royal experience which is the specialty of Alluring India’s program.
You can experience the grandeur of the erstwhile Maharajas and Rajputs during this luxury tour as you stay in some of the best palaces of India. These palaces have been the homes of the royals for several centuries and are now converted into hotels that offer its guests, the experience of the royal culture and traditions.
You can also opt to visit a charitable institution at Agra. During the visit, you can interact and enjoy fun activities with the young children in the institute. If you wish to visit you may contact our travel connoisseurs to make arrangements for your visit.
This luxury Rajasthan tour can be best experienced during winter months from November to February. The desert areas get very hot during the summer months of April to June and humid during the monsoons until September. Temperatures soar to over forty-five degrees Celsius during peak summer months. If you are unable to travel during the months of November to February, then the next best option would be March or September. March is the end of winter and September is the end of monsoons but the weather is still pleasant as compared to peak summer months. Rajasthan does not see a lot of rainfall however, with the receding monsoons, one can view lush green landscapes everywhere which is a pretty soothing sight.
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