Top reasons to choose Rajasthan as your next holiday destination

Rajasthan is one such state in India that you must visit at least once in your life time. Rajasthan is rich in terms of the travel treasures that it offers to the visiting tourists. The state is home to not only palaces and forts but also to several national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, sand dunes and deserts.

Natural and national heritage of India

Amber fort Jaipur

Rajasthan boasts of six national heritage sites of India in terms of forts and palaces. Those six forts are Kumbhalgarh, Jaisalmer, Amber fort, Chittorgarh,Gagaron and Ranthambhore. Apart from the fort, Rajasthan is also home to several world heritage sites like Keoladeo National Park, Jantar Mantar, and Hill Forts of Rajasthan etc.

Architectural brilliance of forts and palaces

> Jaipur

Samode palce

Amber fort in Jaipur was established in 1592 and is a stunning piece of architecture. It portrays a fusion of the Hindu and Mughal style of architectural designs in a perfect blend. Check out the details of this this tour package which offer all the information one need to prepare a list attractions one can & must see in Jaipur and other cities like Agra, Delhi etc.

One should also know that a trip to New Delhi, Jaipur and Agra is called as Golden triangle tour package which is a 5 day trip of these 3 heritage tourist cities of North India. If you want more information on golden triangle tour package details the contact us.

> Jodhpur and Jaisalmer


Just like there is no dearth of forts and palaces in Rajasthan, all of them also are brilliant in terms of their architectural designs and style. For instance, the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur is one of the largest forts of India. It is a stunning piece of architecture that overlooks the city of Jodhpur from a cliff top.

Jaisalmer fort which is also known as the sonar quilla is made with gorgeous yellow sand stones which give it a honey gold dew look especially during the sun set. I will suggest that one must visit Jodhpur and Jaisalmer to judge our words and see how beautiful these cities are.

So I will suggest you to view this 4 days Jodhpur Jaisalmer tour package where you can get complete information on how to start this trip, how to reach these cities, best hotels or resorts to stay and must see tourist attraction in both Jodhpur and Jaisalmer.

> Other cities

Taragarh Fort

Taragarh Fort is an imposing structure that was built in 1354. It offers a panoramic view of the Bundi town from the top. Chittorgarh Fort is also located atop a high hill and was built during the Maurya Period. It looks very impressive and catches the eye of the unassuming tourists like no other fort can.

And I must also suggest that you have a look at our rajasthan tour packages from jaipur where we will visit all the tourist attractions mentioned above and will stay in some of the best heritage palaces like Samode Palace, Umaid Bhawan etc.

Royal and grand festivals of Rajasthan

Just like Rajasthan is a colorful state, so are its festivals. All the festivals of the state are very enjoyable as they portray the rich tradition and culture of the state. All the festivals of the state are celebrated with a lot of joy and fanfare. The state comes alive with a riot of colors when any of the following festivals are celebrated in Rajasthan:

> Bikaner Camel Festival

Bikaner festival

This is more famously called the Pushkar live camel fair of Rajasthan. It is an annual affair and draws millions of people for livestock trading. It is also a treat to watch the camels being traded as they are dressed up gaudily and looks very colorful.

> Desert festival

desert festival

The desert festival too is one of the most famous festivals of Rajasthan. It is usually held in the months of January and February. Gangaur festival is unique to the state of Rajasthan which is actually a festival to worship Goddess Parvati. This festival also marks the end of the winter season and the onset of the spring in the state. Kajli Teej festival is yet another exclusive festival which is only celebrated in the Bundi region of Rajasthan.

Monsoon Destinations in India

Do you know that India is also know as the Monsoon Nation?

Even channels like National Geographic has also stated India as a place to enjoy monsoon. If you ever notice the the highest number of tourist who visit India is in the months of monsoon.

So today we welcome Mr Bose from Pitrashish Premium Hotel in Karol Bagh to share his experience with us. And if you are ever planning to visit New Delhi the we also suggest to stay at their hotel.

So lets get started.

New Delhi

New Delhi Rain

What better way to spend the monsoon season than stay in the city. And the capital of India is an awesome destination to visit during Monsoon. The locals here love the rainny season and tourist attraction like India gate and Lodhi garden gives a majestic look when it rains.

So do visit Delhi and you can also do a lot in the city like Delhi has some amazing Malls who loves to offer good discount during Monsson season. So why not try to do some shopping at some malls such as DLF Emporio, DLF Promenade, and Select CityWalk.

Hotel accommodations are also available and might probably less cheaper knowing that the city dwellers are out in the provinces to enjoy the vacation. Boutique hotels are good places because it’s cheap such as Hotel Breeze Inn and La Wisteria. And finally you are most welcome to stay in our good hotel in karol bagh Delhi.


Mumbai Rain

Another city that’s definitely good place to stay during the season is Bombay or now commonly called Mumbai. The city is one of the most populous in the world, and with the monsoon season, there will surely be more than a third of the populace going out of the city to enjoy.

The best thing abour Mumbai monsson is the ocean. Many travelers have mentioned that Mumbai beaches which are not exotic but populated offer some great smiles when it rains. The local famalies love to visit Bandra or Nariman point beach and believe the that you must check these destination out when you have the time byt when its raining.

And just like Delhi, this is an opportunity to enjoy the city which is overcrowded during regular days. Enjoy the holy visit at Shree Siddhivinayak at day and end it with Bandra- Worli Sea Link and get to see how technology changed the landscape of the city.


Lonavala Rain

Lonaval along with Khandala are two hills that are fondly called twin hills by the local people. Lonavala is a getaway for people who live near Pune and Mumbai.

Nature lovers will definitely devour the hills because of its fine places such as Tiger Point, Lion’s point, Lohgarh Fort, Rachmi Fort, and Reversing Station.

Adventurers can also seek Balloon Rides and the Della Adventure for some amazing rides and thrills. Relax at Della Resorts and Villas or Upper Deck Resort for more relaxation time with the family. Continue reading “Monsoon Destinations in India”

Some of the Best Honeymoon resorts in India

India is not just a nation of yoga and culture. Now it has become of the very best tourist destinations in Asia and the world. Now if one asks that what are those special moments when one loves to travel then many will say road trips, honeymoon or as many say about India, path to understand the universe.

Today I am here with a post on Indian destination but they aren’t relayed to universe or read trips, its the honeymoon travel which I am concerned with. So lets talk about some of my favourite Honeymoon resorts in India.

Loha Garh Fort Resort, Jaipur

It does not matter where in the world you come from when looking to take your honeymoon to the grand Loha Garh Fort Resort. There are multilingual staffs working to meet all your needs and make the honeymoon experience very special. It is only 4.27km from Jaipur and boasts high-class amenities that make guests want to extend their time. There is everything from an amazing tree house to restaurant, spa, coffee shop and wedding services to 30 individually decorated rooms where you can recluse for some privacy. This is one of my favourite honeymoon resort in Jaipur where you will be pampered beyond expectation by the friendliest staff.

Taj Hotel, Mumbai

Taj Mahal Mumbai

It is among few five star honeymoon resorts right at the Gateway of India, boasting more than 500 rooms and 44 suites where guests can indulge in the pleasures India has to offer. Take your honeymoon to the Taj hotel to enjoy acclaimed service and even stand a chance to meet distinguished world personalities who also love the service. There are several luxury amenities to help while the time away, not to mention delicious cuisine served at your request. There are several spectacular views of the city below form the hotel and what a wonder it is to see all the lights shining as night sets in. Continue reading “Some of the Best Honeymoon resorts in India”

Explore the south of Delhi

Every tourist city or a business town has some highly rated part. Like New York has Manhattan, similarly New Delhi has “South Delhi”. This part of Delhi is full with millionaires and the expense budget for locals here are some of the highest in India. So in the eyes of a hospitality advisor, prefer South Delhi if you are planning to explore New Delhi. So 1st thing 1st.

1. Book an accommodation

Book an accommodation

Well I will always suggest my client hotel as its affordable and is at the perfect location but South Delhi is filled with many 5 star hotels too. You can get a nice room deal at around 150$ for a couple and even a complimentary breakfast or opt for a luxury hotel which will cost something like 50$ for 2 pax. Check out Hotel GTC, it’s one of the best South Delhi Hotel.

2. Close by tourist destinations

Lotus Temple

India is really lucky to have a monument on the 7 wonders of the world (Taj mahal) but if I get a chance to choose the 7 wonders of India I will add Lotus temple and qutab minar in them. Both of these are popular tourist attractions in Delhi. Lotus temple is a lotus shaped building (and it’s huge) which opens its doors for multiple religion followers to visit it and perform their holy practices under one roof. Qutab Minar has a bloody history but today is one of the tallest tower in Delhi and a very famous tourist destination in Delhi. Also have a look at this post to know more on places to see in delhi.

3. The best food is here

When we talk about some of the finest restaurants in New Delhi than South Delhi is at number 1. This part has some of the amazing pubs, bars, discos and my favourite Taj hotel. Apart from South Delhi, I only consider Connaught Place as the best place to dine.

4. Do some quality Shopping

Delhi has a nice shopping culture. Previously it was the busy markets of Chandhni Chowk not its malls like Select City Mall. If you are in Delhi for a holiday and you have skipped shopping in malls lime like DLF Emporio, City walk etc, and then you have missed a lot. These malls are not just filled with western brands but they have some amazing local studious selling some amazing Indian handicrafts, designer cloths etc. S please do some shopping.

5. Try to skip the BRT Corridor


Okay, I won’t be writing everything positive about south Delhi. There are some problems with the areas and for me the biggest ones are traffic jams. Instead of hiring a taxi from the street, ask your booked hotel reception to hire a 2-3 day cab for you. As you are paying them 20-30% extra so they won’t drive from areas like BRT which are jam packed in morning and evening time. Believe me. this one is the most important advise.

So my friends, if you are tempted to visit New Delhi and stay with us at Hotel GTC, than contact us. Also have a look at Tripadvisor to know more about Delhi Hospitality.

Destinations which I suggest to my hotel guests to explore…

When it comes to Delhi it becomes tough to choose only five best places. A city like Delhi is as old as Indian history. The presence of this enigmatic city always makes you feel love for this country. If you read history you will get this name as the royal place of India. Many great empires lived in this city. Delhi carefully carries its history and also rebuilt with the modern touch. Being the capital city of India Delhi is well developed and connected to other cities through railways, roadway as well as airways.  If you haven’t visit this ancient place of India which carries the historic touch so well then you should definitely visit this place at least once in your life.

Now as I have a hotel in Greater Kailash Part 2, Hotel GTC and many guests ask us that which destinations they should explore first. Its a very common question of a New Delhi hotel reception. So as I have seen almost every tourist sightseeing place in Delhi, so I thought that I should post an article on it. So below I have listed 5 of the most amazing destinations which a traveller must explore. These five attractive places that you should not miss to visit in Delhi are Humayun’s tomb, Dilli Haat, Akshardham temple, khan market and Lodi garden. Take a brief not on each of these places.


Humayun’s tomb:

Whatever you read in your history books about the splendid architecture of Mughal Empires is just nothing against of its real site. May be the most dynamic architecture of that period is Humayun’s tomb. That clearly gives an unparallel view to the visitors. It gets a prestigious place at the UNESCO authorised world heritage site. So, it should be at the top of your list. People believe that this place is the inspiration of Taj Mahal. Continue reading “Destinations which I suggest to my hotel guests to explore…”

Jaipur The pink city of Shopping and the desert land of Jaisalmer

Jaipur is a city blessed with a very rich cultural heritage that stands as an epitome of the royal past of the state of Rajasthan. It is no way less than a metropolitan city but the traditions and culture of olden times still bind the city. The tourists are simply amazed seeing the old traditions. The local fairs and the festivals are a living example of the rich history that belongs to this place. Continue reading “Jaipur The pink city of Shopping and the desert land of Jaisalmer”