India Travel

Rajasthan Heritage Tours

rajasthanThe state of Rajasthan in India is one of the most popular tourist options in India, for both international and domestic guests.

This state in the west of India attracts tourists from all over the world for its historical forts, palaces, art and colorful culture. Every third foreign tourist visiting India travels to Rajasthan and the city of Jaipur which is the state capital is also a part of the Golden Triangle for guests visiting India.
Endowed with great history and natural beauty, the tourism industry in Rajasthan is one of the most important sources of income. The forts and palaces of Jaipur, the serene lakes of Udaipur, and desert trails of Jodhpur, Bikaner & Jaisalmer are among the most preferred tourist spots of many tourists, Indian and international. Many palaces and forts have been converted into luxury heritage hotels.
Rajasthan is known for its palaces, the state tourism claims the state to be the best place for tourism related to palaces. Following are some of major luxury palaces converted into hotels in Rajasthan,.
Jodhpur -Umaid Bhawan Palace: It is the largest Royal Palace in Rajasthan and considered as one of largest private residence in the world, the hotel is managed by Taj Hotels.

  • Lake Palace: A luxury hotel located in Pichola Lake, Udaipur, managed by Taj hotels.
  • Jaipur – Rambagh Palace: Formerly a Royal Residence, converted into a Heritage Luxury Hotel, known as one of best Heritage Hotels in the World, managed by the Taj Hotels.
  • UdaipurDevi Garh Palace: Formerly a palace, converted into a luxury Hotel, In 2006, The New York Times named it as one if leading hotels in the Indian subcontinent.

For discounted rates of these Rajasthan Tour packages contact Swan Tours at 011-23415601 or visit

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