- Rajasthani Handicraft
- Palace on Wheels
- Fairs and Festivals
- Forts and Palaces
- Wildlife Sanctuaries
- Heritage Hotels
- Adventure and Sports
- Kerala - God's Own Country
- Rajasthan Heritage Tour
- Sikkim Delight Tour
- Jewels Of Rajasthan Tour
- The Treasures of India and Nepal
- Temple and Spices Tour
- Best Of Two Cultures (Karnataka & Kerala)
- Backwater Beach Tours Kerala
- Golden Triangle Tour with Ajanta and Ellora
- Enchanting Kerala Tour
- Colourful Heritage Tour of Rajasthan
- Classical North India with Nepal
- Classical North India Tour
- Exotic Kerala Tour
- Rajasthan Forts and Palaces Tour
- Exotic South India Tour with Backwaters of Kerala
- Golden Triangle with Ranthambore Tour
- Golden Triangle Tour 5-6
Where to Shop in Rajasthan?
Barmer - Visit the Sadar Bazar for woollen dhurries, embroidered clothes and materials and stone carvings.
Bikaner - Camel leather footwear, gesso work, wool carpets, blankets, light cotton quilts, and brilliantly dyed cotton fabrics; there is lots to buy in Bikaner. Visit the shops around Kot Gate, and large stores on KEM Road. Also check out Urmul's shop at Junagarh Fort for products crafted by the villagers of the surrounding desert.
Chittaurgarh - Pick up wooden painted toys made by the villagers, exquisite thewa gold jewellery, Akola printed fabrics and leather juttees made in Gangrar, from Chittaurgarh.
Jaipur - Jaipur has speciality markets, general markets and government approved emporiums. Being the capital of Rajasthan, everything that showcases the State of Rajasthan can be purchased here. Johari Bazaar is the place to go to, for jewellery and tie and dye sarees. Variety of both precious and semi-precious stones such as diamonds, topaz and emeralds are available here. Gopalji ka Rasta and Haldion ka Rasta house a number of shops stocking these.
Bapu Bazaar and Nehru Bazaar are the right places to go to, if looking for textiles, Indian perfumes known as Ittar and shoes made of camel skin.
M.I. Road or Mirza Ismail Road is a thoroughfare with numerous shops stocking just about everything, as well as several eateries, if you need a break from shopping.
Tripolia Bazaar (also called Maniharon Ka Rasta) and Chura Rasta have shops for textiles, utensils, ironware and trinkets lie Lac bangles. Artisans can be seen at work here.
Go to Ramganj Bazaar for shoe, Kishanpol Bazaar for tie and dye textiles, Achrol House, Subhash Chowk for carpets, Khajanewalon Ka Rasta for marble carving, and
Sanganer village for block printing, hand-made paper and blue pottery.
Jaisalmer - It is known for carved boxes, woollen & cotton rugs and blankets, embroidered fabrics, silver jewellery and accessories that are available in numerous shops.
Jodhpur - Jodhpurs (riding breeches that get their name from this royal city), stunning fabrics good for making a bride's trousseau, badalas or zinc alloy pitchers used to carry water & covered with felted cloth, wooden toys, leather goods, paintings, footwear and silver jewellery, can all be bought here. Old furniture and artefacts can be found in the shops at the base of Chhattar Hill.
Kota - Paintings. And Kota Doriya sarees.
Pushkar- Fabric, embroideries, utensils, terracotta objects, silver jewellery, camel saddles, blankets, shawls, beads bangles and baubles, all are available at the countless shops that spring up during the Pushkar Fair.
Shekhawati - The low-legged Shekhawati chair of this region is famous. Also buy from a wide selection of wood carving, metal utensils, made-as-old furniture, and tie-dye fabrics.
Udaipur - Paintings in the miniature and pichwai styles, terracotta tables, plaques, dyed fabrics, textiles, embroidered materials, wooden toys, white metal objets d'art, silver enamel artefacts, and images of Lord Krishna made in the Nathdwara style are all good purchases in Udaipur.