Rajasthan's Festive Delights: Celebrating the Season


Experience the joyous festivals of Rajasthan in this season

1. Desert Safari at Thar

Explore the stunning Thar Desert in Rajasthan on an exhilarating desert safari adventure. Glide over sand dunes in a 4x4 vehicle, witness a breathtaking sunset, and experience the rich cultural heritage of the region.


2. Pushkar Camel Fair

Attend the famous Pushkar Camel Fair, one of the largest livestock fairs in the world. Witness thousands of camels, cattle, and horses being traded, along with vibrant cultural performances, competitions, and delicious Rajasthani cuisine.


3. Elephant Festival in Jaipur

Witness the majestic Elephant Festival held in Jaipur during Holi, the festival of colors. Admire beautifully decorated elephants, participate in traditional games, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of this unique cultural event.


4. Marwar Festival in Jodhpur

Immerse yourself in the rich Rajasthani heritage at the Marwar Festival in Jodhpur. Enjoy folk music and dance performances, witness camel polo matches, and relish the sumptuous flavors of the traditional Marwari cuisine.


5. Bikaner Camel Festival

Visit the captivating city of Bikaner during the Camel Festival, a vibrant extravaganza showcasing Rajasthan's cultural heritage. Witness spectacular camel races, traditional dances, and indulge in the lip-smacking local cuisine.


6. Rajasthan International Folk Festival (RIFF)

Indulge in the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan at the Rajasthan International Folk Festival in Jodhpur. Immerse yourself in folk music, dance performances, art exhibitions, and workshops, making for a truly memorable experience.


7. Desert Kite Festival in Jaisalmer

Celebrate Makar Sankranti, the kite festival, in the golden city of Jaisalmer. Engage in kite flying competitions, enjoy cultural performances, and witness the mesmerizing sight of the sky filled with colorful kites.


8. Brij Holi Festival in Bharatpur

Participate in the vibrant Brij Holi Festival celebrated in Bharatpur, a grandeur event where locals and tourists come together to enjoy traditional Holi songs, dances, and the famous 'Lathmar Holi' - a playful stick fight between men and women.