Travel June 19, 2019
Rajasthan, the desert state of India is known as the “Abode of The Kings”. It is also the biggest Indian state as per geographical area. The royalness of the state is represented through its colorful culture, traditions & hospitality of the people. Rajasthani food is popular worldwide & if you’re on a food tour, then you must experience it once. The ancient forts, palaces, green aravalli hills, lakes, wildlife sanctuaries are the attractions which define the heritage of Rajasthan. Here, we are talking about 7 places to visit in Rajasthan to have an awesome time with your family or friends.
The “Pink City” is the capital of Rajasthan. The Amer Fort, Jaigarh Fort & Nahargarh Fort are the places to experience the ancient architecture. This 16th century city was painted Terracotta Pink in honor of Prince Alber when he visited here in 1876. The famous Albert Hall museum is also named after the Prince. The Hawa Mahal & Jantar Mantar should be on your list while visiting Jaipur. The City Palace is still standing in the center of the city as a royal abode & museum. The Jal Mahal or the water palace is a famous spot for localites & tourists to spend a great time together. For the modern youth, Jaipur offers many places like cafes, bars & pubs for a great time.
Udaipur is known as the “City of Sunrise” & its geographical setting is definitely picturesque. It was founded by Maharaja Udai Singh II. This city was the first capital of the Mewar kingdom. Pichola lake, palaces, temples & the city surrounded by the great Aravalli hills make Udaipur a must have destination on the itinerary. The romantic ambiance of this city has earned it the name “Venice of The East”. The calm environment with a pleasant climate in monsoon & winters make Udaipur a great honeymoon destination. Boat rides in the lake is an enthusiastic experience. A walk by the hill sided roads will instantly tranquilize your soul.
The “Golden City” of Jaisalmer is packed with tourists all year round. The Sonar Quila or Jaisalmer Fort is one of the largest in the world. The lanes of the fort are still inhabited & are encircled by 99 bastions. From the top of the fort you can have a beautiful bird’s eye view of the city. The ancient market streets packed with different vendors will send you back in time of the royal kings. Delightful camel safari in the desert is an amazing experience. If you’re in Jaisalmer you definitely should visit Sam Dunes. The hospitality of the people & the food here is just awesome. Jaisalmer should be on your top priority while booking Rajasthan Tour Packages with your friends or family.
Following the trend of colored city names, Jodhpur has its name as the “Blue City”. The houses & buildings in the walled city are painted Blue. Rao Jodha founded this city in 1459 & it is around 560 years old. The mighty Mehrangarh Fort sits on top of the city, swanking its magnificence. The food, culture, people & attire are absolutely amazing in Jodhpur. The Sun shines brightly in the winters, keeping the temperature warm. Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Sardar Government Museum & the Mahamandir Temple are the architectural & historical marvels of Jodhpur. The food is good with some interesting delicacies like Pyaaz Kachori, Mawa Kachori, Makhaniya Lassi to devour.
The art, culture, royal lifestyle & food in Bikaner are enough to blow anyone’s mind away. This city has managed to retain its offbeat charm since long. The Junagarh Fort is an amazing architectural marvel with a great essence of art. The Rampuria Haveli is another building which is the pride of Bikaner. You can enjoy a delightful Camel safari here. If you’ve never visited the Karni Mata temple, then you need to add it on the itinerary. The Prachin Culture Center & Museum will complete your list of places that you need to visit on a trip to the royal town of Bikaner.
The one & only hill station in Rajasthan is Mount Abu. The cool temperature with clouds swaying over lush green hills make it one of the most picturesque tourist spots. Don’t forget to visit the famous Dilwara Temples. Nakki lake is also a popular tourist spot to visit. Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is for nature lovers who want to stay close to nature while on a vacation. You definitely can’t miss the Guru Shikhar, the highest peak of Rajasthan’s Aravalli range. The view from the top is absolutely amazing. Overall, Mount Abu is a great place to spend your vacations & experience the atmosphere of a hill station in the desert state of Rajasthan.
A place for nature lovers, Ranthambore National Park is one of the country’s best wildlife sanctuaries. It is famous for Bengal Tigers & is the best place to see them in a natural habitat. Indian leopard, nilgai, wild boar, sambar, striped hyena, sloth, southern plains gray langur, rhesus macaque, chital & mugger crocodiles are some other fauna species that can be seen here. A trip to Ranthambore with your family or friends will relax your mind & body. It is an amazing experience to see wild animals in their natural habitat.
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