North IndiaRajasthan

The Wild West of India calls all riders to embark on a horse safari that will take you through the underbrush of the Rajasthan outback and introduce you to all the colours of the wind. Browns and caramels of horses melt into the desert sand across days of riding past enormous palaces, forts and temples, while the Brahmin Blue Houses and Mathiana Red Chillies of Jodhpur are a pop of colour in the desert expanse. The tasteful gold of Jaisalmer and pink of Jaipur welcome the inquisitive traveller with hidden gems of their own. The colour roulette of Rajasthan is a giddy mixture for first time travellers looking for fun, frolic and finesse.

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The mural route passing through many towns is a grand collection of havelis from the turn of the 19th century. Quirky paintings like a train made of cottages and men blowing into a hot air balloon are just the tip of the iceberg for explorers looking for artsy fun.


Tigress Queen extraordinaire Machli, lords over the Ranthambore National Park. Her legendary tiff with a 13 ft crocodile at the peak of her reign remains etched in time. If you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of her graceful elegance through trees and copious wildlife.

Mount Abu

The apex of the Aravalli, the glorious hill station atop Mount Abu provides the perfect vantage point to look out over Rajasthan. A softy ice-cream in hand with toppings you couldn’t imagine, is just a regular day out at Mount Abu.


Once a trading hub, the golden city in the Thar was probably dismissed as a mirage by many weary wanderers. Seen from the desert the Jaisalmer Fort dominates the skyline – ramparts, bastions and all.


The peacock insignia seared all across the walls of the City Palace on the banks of Lake Pichola is a great tool for a drinking game! Jokes aside, the 11 palaces within the complex can keep you enraptured for days.


Mehrangarh, the perfect vantage point overlooking the blue of Jodhpur. The endless lacquer paintings, inlay work and filigree carved into walls will have you pondering the cushy life of Maharajahs just as the homes of Jodhpur will have you wondering if the people were always blue.


Anywhere else in the world, rats would be captured and condemned but here in Bikaner the famous Karni Mata Temple is believed to worship the Goddess. If you spot a white rat, know that you are lucky for they are believed to be manifestations of the deity and her four sons.


The trademark ‘Pink City’ remains the royal seat in Rajasthan. Jaipur was designed with immense forethought, the City Palace at its centre – colonnaded and impregnable, and a grid style street layout where the city comes to life.

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