Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Royal Heritage Tours: Creating Delightful Time Travel Illusions


Royal Heritage Tours of India and Luxury Rajasthan tours are great ways of exploring and discovering the Royal side of India and her history. India has a glorious past and Rajasthan is one of the major parts of it. Rajasthan is the land of Rajputs, a Hindu warrior clan and its culture and history is filled with tales of heroics and sacrifice and whose reminiscences are still resounding in the very aura of numerous forts and palaces of Rajasthan. The enigmatic sand dunes and grandeur of Rajasthani palaces and forts entice you to explore the state through a lavish and comfortable India tour.
In the colourful heritage monuments of the state of Rajasthan, you are sure to get a glimpse of the majestic side of Indian history that is embedded in its culture even today. Rajasthan cities like Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer and more are famous not only for their huge forts and palaces but also for their cuisines and unique experiences, like the colourful Kite Festival and vibrant Pushkar Fair. Religion has been a major influence on the art and architecture of India. Rajasthan is no different. From handicrafts to monuments, you will find its relevance in all facets of the Rajasthan’s culture.
Rajasthan travel is made luxurious with some of the choicest and exquisite heritage hotels to enjoy your stay and make your trip a memorable one. The Taj group, The Oberoi group and WelcomHeritage, a joint venture between ITC Ltd. and the Maharaja of Jodhpur, Marudhar Hotels are a few world-famous heritage hotel groups. They are quite popular among tourists not only for their excellent facilities and offerings, but also for their endearing hospitality. Taj Lake Palace – Udaipur, The Oberoi Udaivilas – Udaipur, WelcomHeritage Mukundgarh fort – Mukundgarh and WelcomHeritage Mandir Palace – Jaisalmer are renowned for their spacious rooms and facilities like spa, and fine dining with local and international cuisines. To enjoy a royal welcome to the royal land of Rajasthan, stay at a heritage hotel is a must.
There is so much more to Rajasthan than its rich cultural heritage. For the nature lovers, Rajasthan provides a unique experience through one of India’s prominent national parks – Ranthambore National Park. A mix of both local and migratory birds and unsurpassed blend of various animals like deer, hyenas, sloth bear and more ensures a pleasant buzz around the place. Tiger, however, remains the focus of Ranthambore. The Mughal styled tents are the most luxurious way to enjoy Ranthambore.
Welcome Heritage Ranthambore Forest Resort and Oberoi’s Vanyavilas are very popular choices among tourists to relish in this true delight of nature. In fact, a very popular travel magazine, Travel & Leisure, has recently ranked Vanyavilas in top 50 romantic hotels. There are 25 luxury tents, surrounded with exotic flora and fauna. Under the beautiful stars-lit skies of Rajasthan, this place is surely made for romance.
Most famous royal heritage tours and Rajasthan tours are sure to leave you wanting for more. Indian tour operators also organize customized tours for their guests. Just tell the cordial and capable tour managers your requirements and they will happily accommodate a personalized tour for you and your loved ones. From grand forts and palaces to the beautiful surroundings of natural beauty, Rajasthan sure has a lot to offer for that perfect getaway.
 

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  1. Rajasthan has a combining of desert area (Thar Desert) in west and Aravali Mountain ambit and manifests in other parts. Rajasthan is one of the most dazzling and loved tourist's terminus where we can see beauty of man made wonders and natural splendors.

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