Known in the British era as Rajputana, “Land of Kings”


Rajasthan is a realm of maharajas and a rich and romantic past, either in evocative ruins or restored to former splendour, but there is much more to this iconic region…

Embark on a lifetime journey through our selection of tours, please don’t hesitate to communicate your wishes..

Family Holiday to Rajasthan

Honeymoon in Rajasthan

Big cats & Birds

A feeling of majesty overtakes you when you see historic palaces or view unencumbered wildlife in its natural habitat.

Palaces of Rajasthan

A principal attraction of Rajasthan is the majestic forts and palaces built by the Rajputs over the centuries. Many of these spectacular buildings have been restored and converted into hotels, reviving the glorious lifestyle of the rulers who built them.

Homestays in Rural Rajasthan

Travel beyond the bustling cities of royal Rajasthan and immerse yourself in the rural villages, forts and homestays that offer some of the most authentic experiences.

Horseback Riding in Rajasthan

Horse riding trails in Rajasthan are full of colour and splendour. Ride magnificent Marwari horses with their beautiful curved ears across open farmland and desert, passing through local villages and greeting families and their children.


Shahpura Bagh

This wonderful garden estate is surrounded by shimmering lakes and comprises two residences with light and airy suites and rooms.


Picture a sandcastle on the grandest scale and you’re half way to imagining Mihir Garh boutique hotel, a fairytale fortress in Jodhpur’s rugged Thar desert.


Like the secret gateway to Narnia, and just as magical, this glorious 18th-century fort-palace – imposingly grand with its ramparts of domes, sleekly minimalist and quite breathtaking.

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