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Visa
The tourist should have a valid visa to explore the exotic land- India. These days, citizen of Bhutan & Nepal only needs identification. It is easy to obtain visa from your nearest Indian consulates. Usually a multi entry visa for a period of 120 days is granted to tourists. Visa fee usually vary according to Nationality. Try to keep photocopies of important documents like passport, visa and other documents.

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» Cochin airport at Thiruvananthpuram

Rajasthan does not boost an International airport but is well connected to all the domestic airport. Rajasthan is close to IGI and domestic Delhi airport. Jaipur is connected to the Dubai flights. Domestic airport are sacterred all over the country. The main airport at Rajasthan is Udaipur and Jaipur.

Railways
Rajasthan is easily accessible by a network of rail services. Pink City Express takes around 5 hrs to reach Jaipur from Delhi railway station. Other places are also linked by passenger and express trains. Since rail journeys are usually long because of the distances involved, it is advisable to carry light snacks and water bottles as most stations on route do not serve much.

Palace On Wheels
The Royal train!!
The Palace on Wheels Tour to Rajasthan transports its guests into a world of fairytale. The royal train pay homage to the romance of old-fashioned rail travel. The Palace on Wheels journeys through legendary rail tour routes and destinations, witnessing spectacular scenic attractions that can be seen only by train. Infact, it covers the famous golden triangle of India by covering the three exotic cities- Delhi- Jaipur and Agra. The Palace on Wheels starts at 4:30 pm from Delhi. It is a 8 day tour that starts every wednesday.

Roadways
The State is well connected to all the major cities. The total Road Mileage in Rajasthan is 2846 km of National Highway. Four national highway Delhi-Ahmedabad, Agra-Bikaner Bhatinda-Kandla and Jaipur-Bhopal, pass through Rajasthan. Direct bus service to Jaipur is available from all the subdivisional district. Jaipur and other major towns are connected to each other and to Delhi and Ahmedabad by deluxe bus services.

Heritage hotels
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The royal kings in Rajasthan built the royal palaces and forts in their states-and their noble were built impressive havelies which were in keeping with their status. Rajasthan is dotted with these marvellous monuments, rich in architectural heritage. Significantly, most of the palaces here are still being used by the erstwhile royal families; few part has been converted into museums and hotels thus allowing the tourist a glimpse into the world which was part of the regal lifestyle.

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Umaid Bhawan Palace- Jodhpur
Laxmi Vilas Palace- Bikaner
Pushkar Palace- Pushkar
Sariska Palace- Sariska
Samode Haveli- Jaipur
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- Jaisalmer Fort , Jaisalmer
- Hawa Mahal, Jaipur
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- Umaid Bhawan Palace , Jodhpur
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