Rajasthan is a state that has been pioneer in promoting heritage tourism in India and one of the largest visited states in India. Westeners flock every year in large numbers to visit Golden Triangle Circuit (Agra-Jaipur-Delhi), Pushkar, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Ranthambhore, Bharatpur and so many other smaller destinations. Rajasthan has highest number of heritage hotels and best network of roads in India.
Rajasthani people don bright color clothing, retain their traditions and values and Rajasthan is home to a lot of crafts and guests love the mixture of Forts, Palaces, Craft, heritage, Village life, traditions etc. coupled with good hotels and other tourism infrastructure.
Rajasthan has always been considered a peaceful state (Notwithstanding recent Caste based violence on Dausa) and its people most warm and hospitable. Different regions of Rajasthan were ruled by different Royal families and therefore its Palaces and Forts and Havelis and the variety on display has always been an subject of interest from regular tourists to renowned architects.
Bharatpur is a major birding destination, Bera and areas around are visited for Leopard sightings. Ranthambhore a small park but is visited for its population of tigers, Kheechan near Jaisalmer is home to many a migratory birds,
Rajasthan has always been destination for Heritage conferences, weddings and conventions. Jaipur has emerged as a major international convention centre after Delhi, Agra and Goa.
Rajasthan is a pioneer in Festival tourism. Pushkar Fair in Oct-Nov and Nagaur Fair in Feb are major tourist draws and gets visitors all over the world. There are several other festivals all around Rajasthan that draws select crowd year after year on select dates.