- Thar Desert, Rajasthan
- About Rajasthan
- Music and Dance
- People and Tribes
- Kerala - God's Own Country
- Rajasthan Heritage Tour
- Sikkim Delight Tour
- Jewels Of Rajasthan Tour
- The Treasures of India & 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
Climate of Rajasthan
Being largely a desert state, Rajasthan is dry and arid. The climate like most of India is divided in to four major seasons, i.e. summer, monsoon, post-monsoon and winter.
The hottest season of summer lasts from April to June. In this season, the day temperature can go up to 48 degrees Centigrade in some parts, though mostly it ranges from 32 to 45 degrees Centigrade. Being in the desert, nights are cool. Only the hill station of Mount Abu remains cool uniformly through summer. During summer, the winds carry plenty of dust and very often take the form of dust-storms. This has a cooling effect on the soaring temperature.
Monsoon lasts from July to September. The temperature becomes more comfortable, ranging from 35 to 40 degrees Centigrade although there is some humidity to deal with.
Post-monsoon from October to December is a pleasant time, with temperature ranging from 18 to 20 degrees Centigrade on the lower side to 33 to 38 degrees Centigrade on the higher side.
Winter lasts from January to March and being in the desert, Rajasthan can be quite cold, especially in the interiors. Places like Churu even experience 0o(Zero Degree) temperature routinely during winter. However, most cities of tourist interest like Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Udaipur are pleasant during the October to March period.