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Rajasthan life is full of celebrations Countless Fairs and Festival packed with fun,frolic,excitement,and rituals are observed twelve months of the year across this sprawling state.The Festivities are usually marked by folk dances accompanied by music played on a variety of locally made instruments. Participants costumed in their traditional colourful finery whole- heartedly partaking in these events are a visual delight. Colour, rhythm and melody blend the Rajasthani festival in a unique manner proving a veritable feast.

The Festivities assuredly extend an opportunity to mingle with local folks and acquaint with various aspects of their cultural life. It will be indeed an irresistible and captivating experience that will tempt everyone to make repeated visits to this resplendent state.Come to Rajasthan. A festive welcome keenly awaits you.

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I want to see the Taj Mahal - do you include this on your tours?

Yes we do. We include this New World Wonder on all our India group tours that cover the north. You'll spend the afternoon on a guided tour of the Taj Mahal, learning all about why and how it was built. Our visit to Agra also includes guided touring of the Agra Fort.

I'm interested in seeing tigers in India - what options do you have?

India is the best place in the world to see tigers in the wild. There are a number of national parks and wildlife reserves that have been set up to protect the numbers of this endangered species. We have two group tours that include two nights in Ranthambhore National Park where you will go on morning and afternoon game drives in search of the stripey big cat. We also have private itineraries to other parks for tiger safaris. If you want to know more, head to our guide on tiger spotting in India.

Should I be worried about food hygiene in India?

Many people worry that they might get sick in India but if you stick to the standard rules of safely eating abroad there's no reason why you should suffer. Stick to busy restaurants, avoid street food or anything that's been sat outside for long and forgo salads as the water is definitely not safe to drink. Indian cuisine is amazingly diverse and forms an integral part of the travel experience so don't be afraid to try new dishes and flavours. Our Top Travel Tips page has more info on food and eating out in India.

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I want to see the Taj Mahal – do you include this on your tours? Yes we do. We include this New World Wonder on all our India group tours that cover the north. You’ll spend the afternoon on a guided tour of the Taj …