Bikaner Tour Packages

Bikaner, founded by Rao Biko in 1488 is situated 330 kms northwest to the state capital, Jaipur. Located in the middle of the Thar Desert, this place is famous for its forts, palaces and temples that offer to the tourist a glimpse of ancient heritage.... Know More

Bikaner, founded by Rao Biko in 1488 is situated 330 kms northwest to the state capital, Jaipur. Located in the middle of the Thar Desert, this place is famous for its forts, palaces and temples that offer to the tourist a glimpse of ancient heritage and history. The city of Bikaner is also known for the different types of festivals and fairs that it hosts - The Camel Festival, Karni Mata Fair, Gangaur Festival. etc. Know Less

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Land of Maharajas: Complete Rajasthan Package Recommend

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₹ 26,150 ₹ 27,500 (Incl. of all taxes)

Jaipur(2N) -> Bikaner(1N) -> Jaisalmer(2N) -> Jodhpur(1N) -> Udaipur(2N)

Explore the fairy-tale palaces and historic forts of Udaipur to massive wildlife encounter at Kumbalgarh. Not only the desert landscapes but....Know More

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Land of Maharajas: Complete Rajasthan Package

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₹ 30,000 ₹ 31,500 (Incl. of all taxes)

Jaipur(2N) -> Bikaner(1N) -> Jaisalmer(2N) -> Jodhpur(1N) -> Udaipur(2N)

7 nights / 8 days Rajasthan Tour Package is perfect for experiencing the authentic shade of India with your loved ones. Known as the Land of....Know More

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Explore Thar With Luxury: Delhi - Agra - Rajasthan Recommend

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₹ 51,000 ₹ 53,600 (Incl. of all taxes)

Delhi(1N) -> Agra(1N) -> Jaipur(2N) -> Bikaner(1N) -> Jaisalmer(2N) -> Jodhpur(2N) -> Udaipur(2N)

Known as the Land of the Warriors, Rajasthan is the perfect amalgamation of India's grandeur and magnificence dating back to several centuri....Know More

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Rajasthan Luxury Group Tour - Booked by Franco Booked

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₹ 57,692 ₹ 60,700 (Incl. of all taxes)

Delhi(1D) -> Agra(1N) -> Jaipur(2N) -> Bikaner(1N) -> Jaisalmer(2N) -> Jodhpur(1N) -> Udaipur(2N) -> Delhi(1N)

Known as the Land of the Kings, Rajasthan is a kaleidoscope of colorful turbans, mesmerizing lakes, magnificent forts and palaces, and archi....Know More

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  • 1. How to reach Rajasthan? arrow_drop_down

    Rajasthan is very well connected by all means of transport. If you want to travel by air - Jaipur International airport is well connected with the major cities of the country and with other countries as well. The other domestic airports such as Udaipur airport, Jodhpur airport, Bikaner airport and Jaisalmer airport is also connected with hubs of the country. The road circuit is well developed in Rajasthan. You can take a bus / hire a private cab from the major cities to reach your destination in Rajasthan. One of the cheapest ways to travel to Rajasthan is by railway. All the cities of Rajasthan are well connected with rail routes. Make sure you book your tickets in advance if you are planning to visit during season time.

  • 2. What is the best time to visit Rajasthan? arrow_drop_down

    Best time to visit Rajasthan is in winters from October to February. During these months the desert sun is not intense and the days are pleasant. Most of the festivals held in winter are planned as tourist attractions, with visitors coming in from different parts of the world.

  • 3. What are the best places to visit in Rajasthan? arrow_drop_down

    Best places to visit in Rajasthan are Jaipur (Pink city) - famous for history, architecture and culture | Jaisalmer (Golden city) - famous for deserts, camel safari and desert camping | Jodhpur (Blue city) - famous for fort and its architecture | Udaipur(City of Lakes) - famous for lakes and Palaces.

  • 4. Can I stay in Palaces? arrow_drop_down

    Yes, there are few palaces that have been converted into heritage hotels.

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