Rajasthan: Weather & Accessibility


Accessibility

The International Airport of Rajasthan is based in Jaipur the Capital City which has connections only to the Middle East and Udaipur has a domestic Airport. Both the Airports are well connected with major cities of India.

Distance of Delhi - Jaipur

240 kms (5 Hours Drive)

Climate

  • Summers (April to June)
    Scorching hot Summer
    Temperatures - 28.8 - 38.3 Degree C
  • Winters (December to February)
    Scarce Rainfall, Dust
  • Monsoons (July to September)
    Pleasant Days and Chilly Nights
    Temperatures - 11.6 - 28.3 Degree C

Destinations

The city of Jaipur comprises the famous structures like Hawa Mahal, City Palace and Amber Fort, the best architectural examples of India. Artistic temples and gardens of Jaipur, marks the atmosphere of serenity and aestheticism to the lands of Rajasthan. Rajputs associate the colour pink with hospitality and the city was daubed pink by Maharaja Man Singh II in preparation for the visit of the Prince of Wales in 1876. The tradition of pink continues today, as does the city's warm welcome to its never ending stream of visitors.

The city of Udaipur is a lovely land around the Azure water lakes hemmed in by the lush hills of the Aravalis. A vision in white drenched in romance and beauty, Udaipur is a fascinating blend of sights sounds and experience – an inspiration for the imagination of poets, painters and written. If you thought impossible fairy tale romances or flutters in your heart could only be caused by an old flame, visit Udaipur for a change of mind. Never has magnificent architecture teamed up with nature to warm the cockles of the heart more than it does in this beautiful town of lakes and island-palaces.

Place to see & Things to Do

  • Amber Fort

    The structure which is known today as "Amber Fort" was initially a palace complex within the original fort of Amber that is today known as Jaigarh Fort. Connected to Amber via fortified passages, Jaigarh Fort is located on a hill above the Amber complex, and is constructed of red sandstone and white marble.
  • Hawa Mahal

    The Hawa Mahal, which adjoins the famous City Palace wall, was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. The palace is shaped like a pyramid and is a five-storied building, with number of small windows and screens, with arched roofs.
  • Royal Elephant Polo

    Elephant Polo is a unique incentive for all kinds of groups where the guests witness a demonstration Elephant Polo Chukker played by Indian Players; thereafter guests participate in the Elephant Polo themselves. A grand royal procession can also be organized and there is option of having lunch/ Hi tea at the Ramgarh Polo Complex.
  • Jeep Safari

    It gives an opportunity to the delegates to explore the rural facets of Jaipur, ruins of Old Forts and Sandy dunes. A picnic can be arranged at a beautiful view point of the Aravali hills.
  • Mewar Sound and Light Show

    Held at Manek Chowk, Mardana Mahal, the show takes you through the eventful and glorious history of India. The one hour show is a two dimensional narrative which articulates Mewar's intense and extraordinary history through 15 centuries.
  • Night Glow Concert – Hot Air Balloons

    An essential in all the ballooning festivals all over the world, attracting hoards of crowds, the art form is also known as “symphony with Balloons”. Glowing tethered balloons as a backdrop and their glow synced with the music of a live band thereby creating a never before experience of glamour & excitement.
  • Boating at the Lake Pichola

    A visit to Udaipur is incomplete without a boat cruise in Lake Pichola – the historic 14th century lake made by a local banjara (gypsy) that was extended in the 16th century by Rana Udai Singh II to establish Udaipur, the ‘city of lakes’.

Major Hotels

  • Taj Jai Mahal Palace

    Set amidst 18 acres of beautifully landscaped Moghul gardens, this incomparable Palace dates back to 1745 A.D. A masterpiece in the Indo Saracenic style of architecture, it blends spotlight-grabbing opulence with tantalizing comforts that transport guests to a world of Rajasthan magnificence.
  • Trident

    Breathtaking views of the serene Mansagar Lake and the striking Aravalli range welcome guests at the 137 room Trident Hotel, Jaipur. Situated en route to Jaipur's famous Amber Fort, the Trident, Jaipur offers gracefully furnished rooms that are well-equipped.
  • Sheraton Rajputana Hotel

    Experience the finest Jaipur has to offer at the Sheraton Rajputana Palace Hotel, Jaipur. The Hotel offers the best accommodations in the city with a host of comforts and services in settings that reflect the spirit of Rajasthan and its royalty.
  • Royal Orchid Hotel

    Royal Orchid Hotel is a centrally located hotel and Evocative of the grandeur of the royal era, the rooms of Royal Orchid Central are characterized by elegantly decorated interiors.
  • Ramada Hotel

    Located in the business district of the Pink City, Ramada Jaipur promises International Hospitality standards and the best of services. The hotel is Affiliated to Ramada worldwide.
  • Taj Lake Palace

    The Taj Lake Palace, located in the middle of Lake Pichola is a dream of white marble and mosaic glistening in the moonlight. Set against the backdrop of the majestic Aravalli Mountains on one side of the lake, and lofty palaces on the other.
  • Devigarh Resort

    Nestled in the aravali hills, the 18th century Devi Garh palace in the village of Delwara, forms one of the three main passes into the valley of Udaipur. This all suite luxury hotel comprising of 39 suites with an emphasis on design and detail, using local marbles and semi-precious stones.
  • The Lalit Laxmi Vilas

    Overlooking the Fateh Sagar Lake, The LaLiT Laxmi Vilas Palace Udaipur is located with the majestic Aravalli hills in its backdrop. Built by His Highness Maharaja Fateh Singh in 1911, the heritage hotel sits on a hill top and has a grand architecture that reflects the culture of its time.
  • Shikarbadi Hotel

    Shikarbadi hotel covering an impressive 250 acres used to be the exclusive preserve of the Royal Family of Mewar. Unique to it, the hotel has a private airstrip, a stud farm breeding some of the best Marwari horses in the country and a cricket ground.
  • Hilltop Palace

    Hotel Hilltop Palace, Udaipur with 62 beautifully decorated rooms is beautifully situated on top of Ambavgarh Hill, which is the highest point of Udaipur overlooking lake Fatehsagar, Swaroopsagar and the town. The view is difficult to describe and impossible to match.

Venues

  • Chowki Dhani

    It meaning Fine Hamlet, is a 5-star ethnic resort modeled on a typical village of Rajasthan. You can view Rajasthani dances, potters, cooks, go on animal rides, and visit palm readers.
  • 1589 Kesariya

    Kesariya is set facing the enormous ramparts of the Amber Fort .The Open air barbeque set up with seating arrangement offer guests a truly royal feast. A variety of kebabs, sizzlers and drinks are on the menu for the guests to indulge in royalty.
  • Jag Mandir Palace Gala Evening

    Imagine a Gala Dinner with the backdrop of a majestic fort or palace. This incentive can be a very exciting one for most participants who get to dine and wine like a Maharaja. Venue: Kunwarpada Lawns
  • Shiv Niwas Palace

    At the Top Terrace, guests can enjoy a quiet meal and breath-taking views of Lake Pichola and its island-palaces.
    Relish an array of succulent kebabs or delectable grills in an opulent setting atop the Shiv Niwas Palace with a view of the city lights and the picturesque Lake Pichola under the clear star lit sky.
  • City Palace

    From the Surya Choupad into Mor Chowk is an entry into an royal courtyard that is probably unparalleled in India. Mor Chowk (Peacock Courtyard), built during the reign of Maharana Sajjan Singh, has witnessed many formal durbars.

Meetings Venue Management

Meeting planning with Venue Selection, On site management with complete Audio Visual and Signage requirements.

Theme Events & Dining in Style

  • India has always been an exotic land, a vibrant fantasy for the western world.
  • The palaces, forts and havelis of the erstwhile rulers serve as the Luxury Hotels of India are a perfect blend of the royalty and modernity.
  • A distinctive dining experience, one that explores the nuances of the finest Indian and international cuisines, vintage wines, spirits, cigars, serene and soothing ambience invites you to unwind and enjoy the finer things in life.

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