cultural festival in Rajasthan with dancers

Looking for a car rental with driver in Rajasthan?

Known as the land of princes, Rajasthan is one of the most visited regions of India. A jewel in the crown of India, it is a region rich in historical and cultural heritage. The best way to discover this beautiful area is to rent a car with a driver. We offer several solutions for renting a car with driver in Rajasthan. Here are the recommended vehicles according to the number of passengers.

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Car for two passengers Toyota Etios
2 travellers

If you want to discover Rajasthan as a couple or with two friends, we advise you to rent a sedan car with driver a Toyota Etios, Tata Indigo, Swifte Dizire. It's a car big enough for two passengers, a driver and luggage.

Toyota Innova taxi for rental in India
3 to 4 guests

If you are a family of 3-4 travelers or a group of friends. You want to travel the roads of Rajasthan in complete peace of mind. We offer you the rental of a car type SUV, Toyota Innova or Tata Hexa with a driver. It will be large and comfortable enough for your escape to the land of kings. You can also choose a 2-passenger SUV for more comfort on Indian roads.

tempo traveler vehicle for 5 to 10 travelers
5 to 8 travellers

Whether you're a small group of friends or a family, we also have Tempo Traveller minivans with 8 to 10 seats, accompanied by a driver. These are comfortable vehicles for traveling in Rajasthan in small groups with serenity.

18 seater coach for hire in India
9 to 16 travelers

So, you are a larger group, and you want to find a solution to travel together. We offer the rental of an 18-seater coach with a driver to explore the myths and mysteries of Rajasthan.

The Best Sites to Discover in Rajasthan with a Private Driver and Car

You want to take a tour of Rajasthan with a private driver and car but are unfamiliar with the sites to discover. Here are some classic sites as well as off-the-beaten-path places to discover in Rajasthan.


Shekhawati Region

Famous for its havelis (ancient homes of wealthy merchants), these dwellings were built starting in the 15th century by affluent merchants engaged in trade along the Silk Road. Be sure to explore the villages such as Mandawa, Fatehpur, Nawalgarh, and Mahensar.

Bikaner and Its Region

A city built in red sandstone, founded in the 15th century by Rao Bika. In the past, it was a significant stop on the caravan routes. We can visit the Junagarh Fort, the Ganga Singh Museum, the rat temple at Deshnoke, and the Jain temple.


The city of a thousand and one nights in Rajasthan, known for its golden citadel, is also referred to as the Carcassonne of India. You can explore the fort, the havelis, and the vast Thar Desert.


Known for its Mehrangarh Fort and blue-painted houses.

Udaipur and Its Region

Known as the Venice of the East, Udaipur is filled with several beautiful palaces and temples to discover, including the famous Lake Palace.

Chittorgarh, Bundi and Pushkar

Key Steps to Discovering the Historical and Cultural Heritage of Rajasthan. Pushkar is world-renowned for its camel fair, which occurs annually in October or November.

Jaipur, Agra and Delhi

The cities in the Golden Triangle are essential stops on your journey to discover Rajasthan. If you're coming for a short stay in India, you can easily visit these three cities in one week.

Off-the-Beaten-Path Sites:

If you wish to discover Rajasthan off the beaten path with a driver, we suggest some not-to-be-missed sites away from mass tourism. A private chauffeur-driven car will take you to sites to explore far from the tourist crowds.

The Village of Siana Bhatiyan

near Bikaner to live with the desert people.

The villages between Udaipur and Bundi

Uniyara, Bhainsrorgarh, and Khempur.

The villages between Jodhpur and Udaipur

to discover the tribes of Rajasthan: Luni, Rohet, Ahore, Bera, Ghanerao, Jojawar, Deogarh.

Around Jaipur

The village of Abhaneri and its stepwell, the village of Kalakho, Deej, Mathura, and Vrindavan.

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How to determine the price of car rental in Rajasthan?

Below are prices for vehicle rental according to its category:

A sedan car

Toyota Etios type: around 40 euros per day

A Monospace car

Toyota Innova type: around 55 euros per day.

A mini vehicle

Tempo Traveller van type: around 75 euros per day.

An 18-seater minibus

Approximately 110 euros per day

The cost of renting a car depends on several elements. The rental price will first depend on your itinerary in Rajasthan. The stops you wish to cover, the number of kilometers. Then it also depends on the number of days you want to rent a car in Rajasthan. If it’s just for a city tour, the price is different than a rental for a roaming circuit. For a precise quote, send us your itinerary in Rajasthan with the number of days you wish to spend at each stop. We will establish the price for the car rental in Rajasthan according to your needs.

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