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Golden Traingle Tour
07 Night / 08 Days
Rajasthan Heritage Tour
09 Nights / 10 Days
Royal Rajasthan Tour
15 Nights / 16 Days
Rajasthan Cultural Tour
16 Nights / 17 Days
Rajasthan Wildlife Tour
10 Nights / 11 Days
Rajasthan Desert Tour
10 Night / 11 Days
Rajasthan Royal Splendour
16 Night / 17 Days
Rajasthan with Tiger Safari
17 Night / 18 Days
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Rajasthan Festivals

Rajasthan Pilgrimage

Rajasthan Travel Tools & Information

Visas / Entry Requirements
Almost every non-Indian needs a tourist visa for traveling to India.

• Money
• Currency
• Exchange rate
  Check at time of travel as it can fluctuate.
• Indian Rupee
• Changing Money

You cannot obtain rupees outside India so change your travelers cheques and foreign currency on arrival at the hotel if you can (a better exchange rate than at the airport).

Holidays / Festivals
The royal state of Rajasthan has all the usual Hindu and Muslim festivals. Besides these, there are a number of exotic and colorful festivals, which are distinctive to the state. During these fairs and festivals, the whole state comes to life with bursts of song, dance and procession. These fairs are very much a highlight of a travel in Rajasthan. Pushkar camel fair, Desert Festival, Baneshwar Fair, Mewar festival, Gangaur festival, Elephant festival, Teej are some of the most flamboyant festivals of Rajasthan.


Telephone : Country Code for India: 91.

Mobile telephones : These phones work in almost all the towns and cities of Rajasthan, to be more precise, the whole of Rajasthan.

Internet: You can have Internet access through 'Cyber Cafes' only in the major urban centers, such as Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur.

Fax: Sending faxes at telegraph offices involves filling in forms and possibly a long wait but staff Dress in Rajasthan is casual. However, in the smarter city hotels people often change into fresh clothes for dinner. When sightseeing, do dress conservatively. Ladies are advised to be fairly modestly dressed.

Wherever you stay in Rajasthan, it can be arranged for a tailor to come and see you to have clothes made. They will also bring a choice of fabrics, if asked.

Don't try to sneak into temples and mosques that forbid non-Hindus or non-Muslims.

Rajasthan is visitor-friendly.
Credit cards are accepted in most tourist towns, and certainly at hotels and shops. For visitors wary of the local cuisine, continental cuisine is widely available: where it may fail to be authentic, or come up to gourmet standards, it will most certainly offer the familiar taste of home.

Bottled mineral water is widely available. The state has an extensive network of postal services and banks, as well as telecommunication links with the rest of the world. While it may not lack in modern amenities, Rajasthan's flavor is delightfully medieval - truly a place where time, as the cliché goes, has stood still.

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