Thinking of booking Rajasthan tour packages? Here is our extract from the best of Rajasthan packages for your convenience. The sands blowing the tales of the bloodied skirmishes and Rajputana valour, the imposing forts looming atop the steep hills standing as guards of time, the opulence of palaces, iridescent lakes, the scenic hill stations, the stunning ungulates in the deserts, the land of the Maharajas and Maharanas - Rajasthan welcomes you like a royal with a warm hospitality and gives you a similar send-off for you to come back and rediscover the charm of the undisputed India’s gem. Its regal heritage aside Rajasthan is many things to many people and is visited for many reasons. Make sure to indulge in the following while planning a Rajasthan tour.
Rajasthan has four seasons namely summer, winter, monsoon and post-monsoon. The best time to visit Rajasthan is from October to February and be wary of the infamous Rajasthan summer which starts to peak from April and continues to scorch the land till June. The mercury soars up to 48 degree Celsius in majority of the state barring hill stations like Mount Abu and Ranakpur which can be visited during summer. The monsoon from July to September is sparse yet brings respite and eases sightseeing. Plan a trip around these months to avoid the crowds and to book Rajasthan hotels at cheaper rates. The post-monsoon and the onset of winter i.e. from October to February is the peak season with expensive tourist attractions and hotels. Also, post sunset the temperatures tend to drop to an extreme low compared to the day time temperature, so keep your jackets handy. Also enjoy self drive packages and weekend getaways packages from Rajasthan.