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The best places to visit in Rajasthan





Thinking about booking packages for Rajasthan tour? Here is our extract for your convenience from the best Rajasthan packages. The sand that blows the stories of the bloodied skirmishes and the valour of Rajputana, the formidable forts that sit on top of the steep hills, the opulence of palaces, the iridescent rivers, the beautiful hill stations, the spectacular ungulates in the deserts, the land of the Maharajas and Maharanas –Rajasthan greets you as a monarch with hot hospitality and offers you a special send-off. Apart from Rajasthan, his royal background has many items for many people and is visited for many purposes.






Rajasthan's princely state is one of the country's most interesting holiday destinations. It is a perfect place to experience the imperial wealth and opulence through tours to some of the most magnificent palaces, formidable forts, beautifully landscaped parks, ancient temples, interesting galleries and indulgent markets. There is endless list of places to explore in Rajasthan and stunning and spellbinding attractions.


Jaipur

Jaipur is a lively mix of old and new. Also named the Pink Town, the capital of the royal state of Rajasthan, Jaipur was governed by Rajput kings for many centuries and established in the 17th century AD as a planned city. Jaipur, along with Delhi and Agra, is the Golden Triangle, one of the country's most popular tourist circuits. Book taxi service in jaipur for amazing experience of the city
·         The pink town succeeds in maintaining its old world beauty with the old city surrounded by walls and gates adorned with illustrations on the background of a beautiful pink color, Jaipur.
·         Host to several UNESCO World Heritage sites including Amer Fort and Jantar Mantar, Jaipur is host to many magnificent forts, palaces, temples and museums.
·         Jaipur is filled to the brim with lively regional bazaars where to the content of your heart you can shop for local crafts and beverages.
·         Bapu Bazaar, Tripolia Bazaar and Johri Bazaar are among the city's most famous bazaars.
·         Jaipur is also well known for its local food, and the Ghewar, Pyaaz Kachori and Dal Baati Churma are among the most popular dishes.
Jaipur, one of India's largest cities, also houses all the modern amenities with some of the world's most exotic hotels and resorts. The town has an international airport and rail and road links are also very well linked. The metro, local buses, shared tuk-tuks, auto-rickshaws and apps for taxi aggregators, including Uber and Ola, solve the city's traffic problem quite comfortably. It's quite surprising to see the highly urbanized pockets and shopping areas jumping up effortlessly next to gleaming palaces and forts.



Udaipur

Udaipur, also known as the Lakes Town, is the Rajasthan state's crown jewel. It is surrounded in all directions by the breathtaking Aravalli Mountains, rendering this town as majestic as it is.
·         This' Eastern Venice' has an array of natural beauty, beautiful temples and amazing architecture, rendering it a must-visit destination in India. 
·         A boat ride across Lake Pichola's serene waters will be enough to tell you why Udaipur is Rajasthan's pride. Take a tour of the city with taxi service in Udaipur
·         Set in a valley surrounded by four reservoirs, Udaipur provides natural wonders, compounded by human effort, rendering it one of the most enchanting and unforgettable tourist destinations.
·         It justifies all the names from' Jewel of Mewar' to' Venice of the East' ever offered to its charm.
·         And while the design of the entire city is inspiring, the Lake Palace hotel offers a visual interpretation of the area. The revered temple of Nathdwara is about 60 kilometers from Udaipur.

Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is a major tourist destination in India's northwestern Rajasthan region.  Because of its bountiful golden dunes and castles covered in golden honey sandstone, it is regarded as the' golden city.' Jaisalmer is decorated with lakes, Jain temples decorated and havelis decorated. Climb on to the camel saddle and for an unforgettable experience make your way through this desert or camp under the night sky. Book for taxi service in Jaisalmer for an incredible experience
·         The Jaisalmer Fort serves as a citadel surrounded by narrow alleys that have been occupied for centuries by people living there.
·         Jaisalmer is an amalgam of wild Indian desert art, history and adventure with shops selling vibrant handicrafts and havelis that will help you travel back in time.



Mount Abu

Rajasthan's only hill station, its pleasant atmosphere and lush green climate render it a major tourist spot in the country. Nevertheless, the most significant draw is probably the temples of Dilwara, which is one of the country's most beautiful pieces of architecture. If you're a fan of culture and art, this is one of India's locations you shouldn't forget.
·         Of course, the Dilwara temples ' incredibly complex design is the main attraction here, and you can easily spend hours asking how these temples were constructed for two millennia, almost a thousand years ago.
·         The temples were specifically designed to be transparent from the outside to prevent the temptation of plunderers, and they were exceptionally well able to withstand the test of time.
·         When design isn't your favorite, there are unique lakes and points of view like the Honeymoon Lake, Sunset Point, etc.
·         Tourists experience peaceful and comfortable boating in the Nakki Lake and a sunset view from the Sunset stage.
·         Mt. Abu, surrounded by thick green trees, is also the highest peak of the Aravali Mountains.
·         From a famous and traditional destination of a romantic and simpler kind, Mt Abu will give you everything you can request.

Jodhpur

Often known as the "Blue City," "Sun Zone" and "Gateway to Thar," Jodhpur is well-known for its Mehrangarh fort, pink homes, temples, sweets and snacks. Besides the castle, there are several churches, ponds, shopping streets that are like a bygone era mirage.
·         Marwar's former capital, Jodhpur, with its mighty Mehrangarh fort overlooking the city, is one of Rajasthan's most enchanting cities.
·         The city is called the Blue City because, due to its blue walls and blue houses, it looks completely blue in color from an aerial view.
·         Also among the main destinations in Jodhpur are nearby Jaswant Tada and Umaid Bhawan Palace.
·         Nevertheless, with hundreds of shops, guesthouses, eating joints and stalls, the magic lies in the old city itself, making it a chirpy, busy town, especially near the landmark clock tower and Sardar market.
Seen in the movie's setting, The Dark Knight Rises, Jodhpur attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists from around the world. Jodhpur is strategically situated in the center of Rajasthan, making exploring other destinations in the state easier for people visiting Jodhpur.

Ajmer

The town of Ajmer is most notable for its Dargah Sharif of St. Muin-ud-din Chishti, surrounded by Aravali ranges.
·         Ajmer is deeply tied by its traditions and culture at a distance of 130 km from Jaipur and 14 km from Pushkar in Rajasthan.
·         Ajmer has a unique charm in the tradition of craftsmanship that has been studied for decades.
·         Visit Ajmer to see the beautiful architecture of Mughal wrapped in an atmosphere of spirituality. Due to Golden Jain Temple, Ajmer is also a famous holy location for Jains.
·         During the Urs holiday, the festival commemorating Saint Moinuddin Chishti's death anniversary, the town was thronged by believers from all over the country.
·         A number of tourists visiting Ajmer's Pushkar stop and make a day trip to Ajmer.

Ranthambore

This is one of the country's best tiger reserves, considered to have "warm" tigers and a chance to see one here is relatively good than many other Indian tiger reserves. Ranthambore has one of the richest flora and fauna, rendering it a must-see place
·         Ranthambore, nestled in the foothills of Vindhya and Aravali Hills, is renowned for its tiger reserves and the abundance of flora and fauna discovered.
·         Together with the Ranthambore Fort and the adjacent hills and valleys, the Ranthambore National Park renders Ranthambore a paradise for visitors.
·         The spot is a blessing for enthusiasts of wildlife and is ideal for sightseeing and excursions. Safari Rides and warm Rajasthani choices for shopaholics add to the adventure.
·         Ranthambore National Park is a natural habitat for a range of exotic species with an area of 392 kilometers wide.
·         To birdwatchers, it is an absolute delight and an ideal place to see wildlife in their natural habitat.
Built in the 10th century, the Ranthambore Fort stands tall across the entire National Park. The Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, founded by the Chauhan Dynasty.
·         The magnificent shrine of Lord Ganesha, the Shrine of Trinetra Ganesh, is situated within the city. Devotees of Ganesha swarm the temple all year round.
·         The other two temples are devoted respectively to Lord Shiva and Ramlalaji.
·         Other attractions of the Fort are two Jain temples dedicated to Lord Sumatinath and Lord Sambhavnath. Among many, the Padam Lake and Surwal Lake are two that are a bird watching sanctuary. Early morning is the ideal time to visit these lakes.

Bikaner

Bikaner is located in the middle of the Thar Desert, a "social paradise and a refuge for travelers." Bikaner is packed with color, festivity and architectural marvels with its magnificence of design, art and culture. The town will surround you with the camels sailing through the stunning sand dunes, the ancient palaces and forts.
·         Rightly referred to as one of Rajasthan's three great desert empires, the glamorous town boasts old-world beauty, opulent havelis, and portrays the Rajputs ' fun bygone era.
·         Best known as the' camel nation' for raising some of the well-known riding camels, Bikaner still house one of the British's only two biplane types used in World War 1.
·         One of the major attractions are Sand Dunes and Desert Safari. Bikaner is also renowned for hosting the international Camel festival which attracts worldwide visitors.
·         Other attractions include experiencing delicacies such as Thandai, Bhujias, shopping for the fascinating Ivory and Lacquer items or just witnessing the immense heritage of wall paintings and crafts.

Pushkar

Pushkar, a small temple town, is situated in Rajasthan about 15 km from Ajmer. Pushkar is the venue of the Pushkar Mela, one of the country's largest camel fairs, every November.
·         Pushkar is located in the middle of Aravali ranges for a weekend getaway from Jaipur.
·         Notable for the only Brahma temple devoted to the world, Pushkar is mainly a Hindus pilgrimage site.
·         Spend several nights sitting at the ghats while sipping chai and wandering down narrow alleys while listening to the chanting from temples around the ghats.
·         A treat for street shopping lovers, Pushkar has main street shops that sell everything from gold oxidized jewels to products swaddled in different colors.
·         The Pushkar Mela is drawing millions of worldwide tourists.
The entire city is filled with folk dances, walks, stalls and even magic shows, music blares from every building, and everybody is in a festive mood. Pushkar has developed gradually from a spiritual refuge to a multi-cultural hotspot for worldwide travelers.

Bharatpur


Bharatpur is situated about 38 km from Mathura in the Braj district of Rajasthan State. Bharatpur is popularly known as the birthplace of Keoladeo National Park, home to more than 370 animal and bird species.
·         It is known as one of the feeding and breeding grounds of the most common birds. The park was designated as a National Park in 1982 and later came on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 1985.
·         This national park, locally known as Ghana, was the Siberian Crane's winter home; an extinct animal (now deemed an endangered bird).
·         Five kilometers from the Bharatpur junction (station) and about 192 kilometers from Delhi by car (one day trip).
·         Bharatpur is filled with its culture, and it is possible to hear folklore from miles away.
·         Once ruled by a myriad of rulers, from Jats to Nizams to the British imperialists, Bharatpur has its own royal history in places like Lohagarh Fort.
·         An exciting offbeat destination providing visitors with ancient customs of Rajasthani, spiritual holidays reflect the commitment of the people of the state.
·         Also known as Lohagarh, it is part of Delhi, Jaipur and Agra's golden tourism triangle, drawing a large number of national and international tourists each year. Bharat also belongs to the NCR

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