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8 nights 9 days rajasthan fort and palaces tour

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8 Nights/ 9 Days Rajasthan Fort and Palaces Tour

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10 nights 11 days golden triangle with rajasthan desert trail tour

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13 nights 14 days golden triangle with rajasthan fort and palace tour

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18 nights 19 days incredible royal rajasthan with taj mahal tour

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Bikaner Tour Packages

Close your eyes. Forget the chaos of New Delhi. Leave behind the sumptuous palaces of the Pink City of Jaipur, through which you will indeed have passed before arriving here, and then reopen them in a place suspended in time and history: It is a cultural paradise. Bikaner city is known for its beauty.
It's not the wrong time to explore Bikaner, rich in ethnic culture and history. The weather is pleasant from October to March, so the winter season is the best time to visit Bikaner. During January of each year, tourists worldwide gather to witness and celebrate the Camel Festival. This festival is much in the hype among tourists. If you are planning your trip to India and are thinking of making a route, in this article, we will show you what to see in the Bikaner's (India) tour, a city located in the famous state of Rajasthan.

All about the pearl of Rajasthan

It is worth coming to Bikaner for the camel festival, Karni Mata temple in Dkshnok, and camel safaris. Summer in Bikaner, like everywhere else in Rajasthan, is unbearably hot. In winter, it is freezing at night and in the morning. The temperature does not drop below zero, but 3-5 degrees above zero is joint. Bikaner Fort is not of particular interest - it has been rebuilt throughout history, and therefore most of its buildings are pretty new and eclectic. The old city deserves attention, where many old Havelis, several city gates, and impressive city walls have been preserved.

Bikaner is also famous for its school of astrologers. Bikaner is famous for its traditional masters of printed textiles and embossing and is home to an art college famous for its students who have achieved outstanding success in miniature watercolor.

Bikaner, the third-largest city and called the pearl of Rajasthan, is located north of the Thar Desert. Before Bikaner flourished and gave its name to the surrounding lands, this part of the barren desert was called Jangladesh. Rao Bika, the second son of the Maharaja of Jodhpur, Rao Jodha of the Rathor clan, conquered this desert land and built a fort here.

As the second son of the Maharaja, Rao Bika could not claim the throne of Jodhpur, so he decided to establish his kingdom in the northern lands of the Thar Desert. Rai Singh led several successful military campaigns and annexed the lands of the kingdoms of Mewar, Gujarat, and Burhanpur to the Mughal Empire. Rai Singh demolished the old fort of Bikaner and built the current Junagarh fort one and a half kilometers from the city center.

Karan Singh built the Karan Mahal Palace on the territory of the fort. The construction was continued by his son Anup Singh. The subsequent rulers of Bikaner, Gaj Singh, and Surat Singh, decorated and rebuilt the palaces inside the fort. Dungar Singh, who built the Badal Mahal. His son Ganga Singh built the Ganga Niwas Palace, designed by British architect Sir Samuel Swinton. This palace with cast-iron lanterns and clipped bushes is an example of British colonial architecture and no longer has any connection with the Rajput architectural tradition.

Why go to Bikaner?

Bikaner is India's most visited place and is generally the ideal destination for the first trip to India. Such interest in visitors is undoubtedly well justified by the wide variety of attractions that Rajasthan offers, from art to architecture, through culture and traditions, without forgetting its importance from a naturalistic point of view. So, if you have never been to this region and are looking for the ideal itinerary for your first trip to India, Bikaner is undoubtedly the leading destination to consider.

In addition to the point of view strictly related to the countless things to see, Bikaner is also convenient for the vast offer of tours found in agencies. It is a safe region with no particular problems and not an expensive destination. Let's take a look at the best destinations in Bikaner.

Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary

Located approximately 19 miles from Bikaner is Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary, which once served as a hunting ground for Bikaner royal families. Today, the sanctuary attracts nature lovers and wildlife explorers who come to admire the rare and unique flora and fauna that thrive among the dense forests. Additionally, a lake in the sanctuary is home to various bird species, making it a twitcher's paradise. More common sightings include a parrot, birdlife, antelope, Negro, nilgai, and wild boar. Camel safaris and jeep safaris are available, which will allow you to wander through the woodlands and observe the wildlife.

Camel Safari in Bikaner

Bikaner Camel Safari is a breathtaking experience in the endless ocean of sand in Rajasthan. A completely new adventure on the smooth desert path. The beauty of the desert continues to change with each season. It looks more and more beautiful, especially after the rains. Camel rides or camel carts can access the beauty of the desert. Widespread tranquility welcomes tourists at every turn. Bikaner is known for its intricate architecture, huge palaces and forts, traditional food, clothing, folklore melodies, and artistic shoes. Bikaner Camel Safari offers you everything.

It is believed that the Saraswati River is buried under the Thar Desert. The water is bottomless here. Wells must be dug deep. The same is the case with the inhabitants of Bikaner. Their hearts are as deep as deep-water wells. Sands may be dry particles, but not in the hearts of people. The dunes are beautiful to look at. They continue to be formed, moved from one place to another, and even destroyed. New dunes are formed every day. A new dune is being formed in the city of Tar Bikaner, and this is Yogendra Singh Rathore, affectionately referred to as Bikaner Camel Safari by his clients and friends.
Over the years, Tar has seen many dunes taking shape, many of them never to be formed again. Bikaner Camel Safari today has earned a worldwide reputation, recommended by almost all famous tourist guides. Bikaner Camel Safari has been providing its services since 2003 to a tour group led by Yogendra Singh Rathore. Bikaner Camel Safari also offers accommodation in his guesthouse, quite like home, where you can have a great time experiencing the true Indian lifestyle.

Shiv Bari Temple

The Shiv Bari temple is built entirely of red sandstone, a true architectural wonder. The Shiv Bari temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the best places to visit in Bikaner. The main attraction of this temple is the miniature idols that show the Bikaner culture, and the serene and calm atmosphere adds to the aura of this temple.


The house of Salasar Balaji, Salasar, is an important place of pilgrimage. It also has many famous temples, like Khatushyamji and Rani Sati temple. Crowds of devotees come daily to the temple drawing huge crowds on Chaitra Purnima and Ashvin Purnima.

Rampuria Haveli

Rampuria Haveli is a group of Havelis over four centuries old and was founded by the wealthy Bikaner merchant family, the Rampurias. This exquisite haveli is prized for its grandeur and eclectic architecture, blending Rajputana, Mughal, and Victorian styles. Hence it has been aptly labeled 'Pride of Bikaner.' Visitors will be enchanted by looking at the external doors built in the red sandstone of Dulmera.

The Havelis are not open to the public, but one haveli has been converted into a hotel known as Bhanwar Niwas Palace. Visitors are invited to stay in the palace-converted hotel and observe the grand traditional interiors and decorations with art objects, artifacts, portraits, murals, woodwork, and intricate stone carvings.

Junagarh Fort

Raja Rai Singh built Junagarh Fort. The crocodiles are believed to have been raised in the formidable fortress's watery moat. The construction is a fine mix of Mughal, Gujarati, and Rajput styles of architecture. Picturesque courtyards embellish the fortress.
The impressive architecture inside the fort inspires you. Some attractions inside the fort are Anup Mahal, Chandra Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Dungar Mahal, Diwan-e-khas and Ganga Mahal.

Location Gate

During the Maharaja period, Kote Gate was the main entrance to the city and still stands tall, separating the new Bikaner from the old city. In addition to historical significance, the Kote Gate is also a delight for architecture buffs and shoppers. On one side of the gate is a colorful bazaar with a wide range of items for sale, from traditional clothing and accessories to miniature paintings, handicrafts, household items, Khadi and camel items, etc. A few food carts and restaurants dotted around the street make for a good pit stop for boosting energy levels. When you're done shopping, head to the other side, which is dotted with ancient forts and Havelis built-in Rajputana styles.

Ratan Bihari Temple

In the list of Bikaner tourist places, this temple is worth mentioning. A visit to Bikaner is incomplete without visiting the Ratan Bihari Temple. The shortage was of temples preaching Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna, 2 of the most powerful gods in Hinduism. Maharaja's queen Ratan Singh Ji was a great devotee of Lord Krishna and therefore inspired her husband to build a temple for her. Therefore, it can be considered a mark of love and respect.


Deshnoke is perhaps most famous for its Karni Mata temple, where rats are worshipped. The rats here are revered and attract many devotees from different parts of India. Many western tourists also over-visit to observe the uniqueness of this temple. Navratri is an important festival celebrated here. Most devotees visit during this time.

Bikaji Ki Tekri

Bikaji Ki Tekri is one of the best places to visit in Bikaner. Bikaji Ki Tekri is the first fort in Bikaner city, built by Rao Bika, one of the oldest standing structures in Bikaner, around 500 years old. The architecture is enjoyable, with red sandstone or Dulmera stone structuring an essential part of the fortress.


The gateway to the Thar Desert, Churu is a region full of grand Havelis, beautiful frescoes, and some fine chatris. Kothari, Surana Havelis, and Sethani Ka Johara are some of the best examples of Shekhawati architecture.

Karni Mata Temple

Known as Karni Mata Temple, the temple of the sacred rats is not only one of the most curious places to see in Bikaner but also in all of India. All the locals enter barefoot, even hoping that one of the rats will run over their feet. Good luck. You will even see many of them get into places where an average person would not even pay. It searches for the famous white rat since seeing it also brings good luck.
We recommend that you visit with some old socks, and the first thing you do when you leave is to throw them in the first bin at the exit. Not only will you walk among thousands of rats, but you will be stepping on their crunchy droppings... Although many people may be disgusted or even quite respectful, it is a visit that will not leave you indifferent, one of those that can only do in a unique country like India.

Bhandasar Jain Temple

In Bikaner, this three-story temple made of red sandstone and white marble is notable for its exterior and interior. It is richly decorated with colorful friezes, flower-adorned columns, and striking frescoes and paintings depicting battles in past times.

Eat a plate of Bhujia.

If you don't know what dish to try, we can tell you that Bhujia is a typical Bikaner dish. Many varieties of the original recipe are made with beans and onions coated with chickpea or rice flour.

The best time to visit

A trip to Rajasthan assumes several hours a day spent outdoors to reach and visit the various attractions, so you may be wondering which is the best season to go to Rajasthan, which has little rain and more pleasant temperatures. India is subject to a strongly monsoonal climate, and Rajasthan is no exception. Moreover, the summer can be characterized by exceptionally high and uncomfortable temperatures.
There is no time is a wrong time to explore the ethnic culture and history of Bikaner. But the pleasant weather from October-March makes the winter season the best time to visit Bikaner. And then there is the Camel Festival held in January every year that attracts tourists during this time.

Once you visit the tourist sites in Bikaner, you will surely be impressed by the city's rich culture. The ancient city has not lost its association with the past and, up to now, preserves the grandeur of the past by keeping the old fortresses and monuments. This shows that the people of Bikaner, the fifth-highest state honor in Rajasthan, value the history of the region.

The splendid constructions and illustrations will surely impress you during your stay. Take camel rides to do justice to your stay in camel country.

How to get Bikaner?

You arrive in Bikaner by bus. There was also a train, but only two departed from Jaipur in the early afternoon during our visit. Suppose you resist the comfortable temptation of a private bus exclusively for "tourists" or to rent a taxi directly. In that case, you will undoubtedly make a journey more uncomfortable but more authentic: you will see all the faces in the more tourist areas and cafes for Westerners and the non-wealthy. You will never see old patriarchs with a tramp and a turban in a white tunic, beautiful girls in saris, and women with the golden nose medallion typical of Rajasthan.

Other useful things to know before going

  • You can use credit cards in Rajasthan and can be used for hotels, major restaurants, and even to pay entrance fees to various attractions.
  • To travel to Rajasthan, casual clothing is required, avoiding uncovering the legs. In places of worship, it is forbidden to wear leather objects, and you must enter barefoot. It is preferable to travel with sandals that can be worn and removed quickly instead of continually fastening and unfastening shoes.
  • In Rajasthan, you can try traditional Indian cuisine with its endless specialties. For religious reasons, you may eat only vegetarian in some neighborhoods. A must-try specialty is a tandoori chicken cooked at a high temperature in a clay oven and then marinated in spices. Some restaurants offer international dishes such as pizza or pasta.
  • We recommend drinking only bottled water, to be also used for brushing your teeth. Many hotels, even mid-range hotels, provide a complimentary bottle of mineral water.
  • Rajasthan is a safe place without particular problems: common sense is recommended, however, avoiding leaving valuables unattended and carrying money and credit cards in well-protected pockets. It is good to divide the money and carry photocopies of the passport and visa separately from the originals.

Final thoughts

Once you visit the Bikaner, you will be impressed by the city's rich culture. This city has not lost its association with the past and, up to now, retains the grandeur of the past by keeping the ancient forts and monuments. Bikaner's (India) tour will show that the people of Bikaner, the fifth-largest state in Rajasthan, honor, and value the region's history. The splendid buildings and works of art will impress you during your stay. Take camel rides to do your stay in camel country justice.

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