Coustom Made Tour

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Your World, Your Way

Travelling at your own pace, seeing exactly the places you would love to, spending as much time at each site as you wish, staying at a hand-picked selection of accommodation to suit your taste and budgets and eating out at the best local restaurants … sounds like your kind of holiday? Then a Custom made tour will be just right for you. We specialise in planning journeys to far along the State of rajasthan, 100% tailored to individual requirements. We’ll plan an itinerary that suits your needs, suggesting unique things to do and must-see places to visit. If we don’t get it exactly right the first time around, we’ll happily tweak it for you until it’s perfect.

About Vibrant Rajasthan

With its ethnicity and rich culture Rajasthan is another destination which attracts a lot of tourist from around the world. With some exciting tourist place in Rajasthan, this destination has made its place on the bucket list of a traveller. Rajasthan which was known by the name Rajputana or the land of the king is the biggest state in the republic of India. It covers a zone of 342,239 sq kilometers which is 10.4% of India. However, notwithstanding of its huge size, it is secured by the Great Indian Desert, Thar. The Thar Desert runs parallel to the Sutlej-Indus waterway valley. Every individual kingdom of Rajasthan has a particular style of design and expressions making it a standout amongst the most socially assorted places on the planet.

Other than the curlicue moustaches, splendidly shaded turbans and substantial silver decorations, Rajasthan is about enormous slope fortifications, glimmering royal residences, glorious sanctuaries and religious spots, exhibition halls, craftsmanship displays and dynamic bazaars. The cultural potpourri and the decadence of a bygone era of Rajasthan when it was Rajputana, governed by a few warrior rulers have made a mark in history.

Journeys of Discovery - our unique approach

Really listening to you and understanding what makes you tick, so that the holiday we recommend has truly been crafted with you in mind. Yes, all tour operators can recommend classic itineraries which include all the main sites. We go a step beyond and include some special and unique experiences that will transform a good holiday into really memorable one;

Destinations where we offer Custom made holidays

Points to consider when planning your holiday

Planning your holiday can be an exciting prospect though it can also seem a little overwhelming at the start. If you are in the early planning stages then it’s useful to consider the following points to get a better idea of what you’re looking for:

Points to consider when planning your holiday

Where in the Rajasthan, India?

Often this is the best part of holiday planning. If you haven’t chosen which places you’d like to visit or which cities or sites you’d like to see, explore our website, which is packed full of information and inspiration on all the best places to visit. We’re here to guide you through your choices, recommending both popular spots as well as gems off the beaten track for that something special.

Looking for something that little bit different?

The range of experiences can be just as diverse as each destination, so whether it’s food, wildlife or outdoor pursuits that you’re interested in, we’ll advise on fabulous experiences to incorporate into your holiday. Sand dunes, camping, heritage, culture, rustic, adventure, thrill and vibrant as the color of rainbow to choose.

How long would you like to go on holiday for?

This could range from a long-weekend to an epic month-long tour. How long you have to spend on holiday will affect how much you can cover without exhausting yourself. If you’re flying half-way around the world to get to your chosen destination it’s worth spending at least two weeks there to get over the long flight and make the journey worth it. For shorter-haul destinations you can get away with a quicker holiday as there’ll be less jet lag to deal with and less time spent flying, which means more time out and about exploring.

How much R&R would you like to build in?

Are you happy with a fast-paced tour visiting as many sites as possible with guided touring each day or do you prefer a more relaxed pace, mixing half day tours with time to explore independently? The more places included on your itinerary the more time spent travelling and checking in and out of hotels and possibly airports and train stations. If relaxed is the speed you’re aiming for, consider visiting fewer places to allow more time in each.

Rustic accommodation, opulent hotels or something in between?

Where you spend each night can be just as important as what you do each day so it’s good to have a clear idea of what you’re expecting of your accommodation. Hotels range from affordable 3 star properties to opulent 5 star properties that may eat up a fair chunk of your budget but offer the best in luxury and comfort. You may want to add a night on a heritage hotel, camp beneath the stars out in the desert or sleep in a hilltop Places – in many places accommodation can be an experience in itself.

How do you want to get around on your holiday?

Often it’s the journey, not the destination, that’s the best part of a holiday. Getting from A to B is a necessary part of any touring itinerary but can also throw up some interesting and unique experiences. Train journeys provide the chance to interact with locals and soak up the views, from journeying through the dramatic landscapes to reliving the regal life of Maharajas on India’s luxury trains. By road is the also the best options to choose as the distance is short with awesome experience.

Do you wish to be escorted by a tour guide?

To get the most out of your destination it’s always best to travel with a guide or use local guides at each site. A passionate, knowledgeable guide can provide you with an invaluable insight into the places you visit, the local culture and be a handy source of tips, whether it’s the best place to sample the local delicacies or best bars in town. In some destinations your tour guide will also be your driver and accompany you throughout your journey.

How do I make the most of my holiday budget?

Having a budget in mind will help you decide on the most suitable standard of accommodation to use, the most cost effective modes of transport and whether shared touring or private touring is the best way to go. Starting with a ballpark figure of what you’re willing to spend will ensure that the itinerary and services we recommend are suitably tailored to fit your budget. A limited budget does not completely limit your experience, and it may still be possible to add in a spot of luxury or special activity or two on your holiday