Top 10 Tourism Places of Rajasthan

Posted On : 22-10-2019
Top 10 Tourism Places of Rajasthan

Rajasthan Tourism is the most exciting and classic and the largest state of India that one should visit once in a lifetime. Besides shiny sand dunes, you can feel the rebellion colors of great battles that happened in this place. You will find big royal palaces that will take you back to earlier centuries, when India is was ruled by great Kings. Rajasthan Tour Packages provide you with great luxury as many battle forts or palaces have been redesigned as five-star hotels. You can feel like King or Queen in your vacation as the hotel staff treats not less than Kings with a similar culture that was followed in the ancient time.

This is one of the popular North India tour places that you can visit in your Golden Tour Package as well. But in this package, you can only explore one city, whereas in Rajasthan Holiday Packages you can explore this entire state.

Here is the list of Top 10 Must-Visit Places in Rajasthan:

1. Jaisalmer

Also famously known as “The Golden City”, Jaisalmer is situated in the heart of the Thar Desert, which is home to a rich and vibrant culture, exuberant forts, and shiny sand dunes. This place hits the list of “Top 5 cities in Rajasthan” as it gives you a mesmerizing view of palaces, temples, and forts. If you’ll look at the aerial view of Jaisalmer, it seems like the King sitting on the ridge of sand and has been crowned with the Jaisalmer fort.
Best time to visit- September to November and January to April

2. Jaipur

It is the capital of Rajasthan and recognized as “Pink City” that was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in the year 1727. This place is a must-visit not only for Rajasthan Travelers, but people vacating from all over the globe. Jaipur is home to major historic and heritage monuments, swift with connecting roads to popular cities and places. There’s a lot do in this place be it Desert Safari, shop from unique Rajasthan crafts, and a lot more.
Best time to visit- October to March

3. Udaipur

It is for honeymooners who are willing to explore India and enjoy quality time with the spouse. Udaipur is overflowing with expansive lakes and historic palaces. The luxury City Palace Complex stretches along the eastern shore of Lake Pichola, rule this city, and the royal family is still residing in this palace. You can also have a pleasant and exquisite stay in City Palace with the royal family that gives you the feeling of being majestic for a day.
Best time to visit-September to February

4. Jodhpur

Lovingly called as, “The Blue City” for its blue painted buildings. It is the second-largest city of Rajasthan situated near the looming “Mehrangarh Fort”, which provides an amazing view of the blue painted buildings of Jodhpur. This fort is very huge and well-maintained as compared to other forts in India. More so, you’ll find numerous museums and ornate palaces in the fort, which are highly affordable with a panoramic view of beautiful palaces.
Best time to visit- October to February

5. Ranthambore

Ranthambore is popularly known for its National Park and fort. The fort is a renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site that every traveller must-visit to understand the history of Rajasthan and the Kings profoundly. And the Ranthambore National Park that lets you meet the tigers and a variety of mammals here.
Best time to visit- October to April

6. Pushkar

Pushkar is the most loved destinations by travelers globally. This holy city shows you the true, rich and vibrant culture of India, by hosting the famous Camel Fair. Being the most ancient cities of India, Pushkar boasts the Brahma Temple and many religious ghats beside the Pushkar Lake that attract thousands of tourists every year because of its exceptional aarti.
Best time to visit- November to March

7. Bikaner

This is less tourist attractive place in Rajasthan, but still popular for its in famous Karni Mata rat temple. A festival is held known as Karni Mata Festival were all the rats are praised, which sounds a bit weird. However, Bikaner also offers desert Safari but is less popular than Jaisalmer or you can say it is an alternative to it.
Best time to visit- October to March

8. Shekhawati Region

If you truly appreciate the handwork or any kind of art, then visiting the Shekhawati region can give much more to your art knowledge. Though it is also not that famous city, it makes it free from tourists, which is advantageous. Here you can explore the world-famous open art gallery along with old havelis in this region, making your experience one-of-a-kind.
Best time to visit- November to February

9. Bundi

Bundi is often overlooked by travellers while exploring other cities of Rajasthan, but this place is absolutely stunning. Bundi is home to magnificent and captivating lakes, temples, markets and blue houses the same as Jodhpur. This introvert is the place is dominated by the incredible Bundi Palace lying on the sandy hills, giving you a pictorial view of the entire city.
Best time to visit- October February

10. Rural Rajasthan

Rajasthan Tour Packages lets you dive into the rural areas of Rajasthan, which are untouched and unseen yet. Places like Bishnoi and Pali are becoming sought after destinations that will make you understand the village life of Rajasthan and their culture so far.
Best time to visit- September to March