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TOP THINGS TO DO IN RAJASTHAN

TOP THINGS TO DO IN RAJASTHAN

A trip to this remarkable state is on the wish list of all travelers. This place truly portrays the compound essence of India and its celebration of life itself. Rajasthan has great tourist potential and captivates tourists and tourists with its inspiring tourism options in the forms of culture, tradition, temples, art and architecture, history, forts and palaces, monument, havelis , shrines and wildlife parks, undulating dunes etc. . But the most attractive part of Rajasthan is the traditional lifestyle, festivity and welcoming people, who always carry a bright smile on their faces. You can cover the Golden Triangle along with Rajasthan.

HOW TO GET  RAJASTHAN

Rajasthan’s main airport is Jaipur International Airport. In addition, there are two other airports in Udaipur and Jodhpur. There are also a number of domestic airports in Rajasthan, from where you can catch flights easily from one city to another. These terminals are well built and have excellent facilities.

There are many fascinating travel destinations in the state that can be visited, explored and enjoyed in your travels and tours in this real state of India.

TOP PLACES TO VISIT IN RAJASTHAN

JAIPUR

 “Pink City” official of India and home to opulent palaces, fortresses and sacred temples, Jaipur not only graciously retains its royal roots but displays them with pride for visitors to see and experience. It is filled with fascinating festivals, richly decorated elephants performing their work, enchanting cultural insights and a maze of colorful dream palaces at every turn. 

Places to see in Jaipur: Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Nahargarh Fort, City Palace, Albert Hall Museum, Jal Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, Elefantastic Elephant Farm.

UDAIPUR

Romantic and whimsical, Udaipur will make you fall in love at first sight. A shimmering marble lakeside paradise, lush romance and a European feeling you just cannot find anywhere else in India. The city of lakes is home to Rajputana fortresses, ornate palaces, glittering temples, bustling markets, stunning architecture, serene lakes and more romantic sunsets.

Places to Visit in Udaipur: City Palace, Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake, The Palace Lake, Bagore ki Haveli, Antique Car Museum, Crystal Gallery, Shilpgram etc.

JODHPUR

A bustling city on the edge of the Thar Desert in the Indian state of Rajasthan, it wins the title of Blue City of India. With ancient architecture framing its magnificent landscape, Jodhpur has always managed to capture the imagination of travelers around the world. town is bound to seduce the most skeptical of travelers. It’s home to picturesque lakes, beautiful forts, towering palaces vying for attention.

Places to visit in Jodhpur are Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhavan Palace, Mandore Gardens, Jaswant Thada Mausoleum, Shop at Sadar Bazaar.

JAISALMER – The Golden City

Jaisalmer rises from the roasted land of the desert of Thar, the second largest desert on Earth, and culminates in a fortress fort of romantic fairy tales surrounded by dozens of sculpted buildings. Made almost entirely of yellow sandstone, every night Jaisalmer shines golden in the setting sun. In fact, it is called the Golden City. A visit to the city will leave you with memories related to the great rulers of the earth and its history. 

Amazing things to do in Jaisalmer: Visit the Jaisalmer Fort, Haveli Hopping, Explore the Village of Kuldhara, boat trips on Lake Gadi Sagar, Discover Bada Bagh, shop in the local markets.

PUSHKAR

Although it is called a “holy city,” it is actually quite urban, which provides an incredible opportunity to witness village life and see some of the “real” people of Rajasthan. Gypsy tribes, colorful sarees, anklet bracelets, bracelets and turbans are thrown everywhere. Pushkar is hidden in the hills of Rajasthan and the easiest way to reach it is to enter the city of Ajmer. 

Few impressive things to do in Pushkar: Stroll through the beautiful sacred lake, visit the only Brahma temple in the world, the walk in the temple of Savitri is incredible, Camel safaris and shopping in the local markets.

MONT ABU- the only mountain resort in the state of Rajasthan

Mount Abu – “An oasis in the desert” is one of the most popular weekend getaways for people. One can contemplate beauty with admiration and never tire of it. The range of Aravali mountains that adorns this beautiful mountain resort of North India stretches throughout the city. 

Several places to visit on Mt. Abu: Nakki Lake, Dilwara Temples, Wildlife Sanctuary, Shikhar Guru, Trevor’s Crocodile Park.

BIKANER

Head to the outskirts of Bikaner for a night filled with dance performances and sumptuous food. Small bonfires keep you warm while you watch artists mesmerize you with their movements. Grab your feet playing traditional musical instruments and performances with a traditional Rajasthani dinner. Get a glimpse of the majestic fort Junagarh and its temples, palaces and its colorful marble floors, unique in that it is not on a hill. Stop for a visit at the grandiose Laxmi Niwas Palace, now a luxury hotel with its distinctive Indo-Saracen architecture and stylish interiors. The epitome of Rajasthan royalty, Lalgarh Palace stands tall with intricate pillars, fireplaces and trellises.

BHARATPUR BIRD SANCTUARY (also known as Keoladeo National Park)

Migratory birds are found in large numbers here due to Bharatpur’s strategic position on the north-south route of birds in India. During the hibernation season, the trees are overflowing with nests. In addition to the 375 bird species, the park also has a rich variety of flower species – almost 380 of them. The bird family in the park includes hundreds of aquatic birds that are native to Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, China and Siberia. These birds come to India during the winter, and this is what makes the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary an interesting refuge for birdwatchers and wildlife photographers.

RANTHAMBORE NATIONAL PARK

It is one of the best parks in India to detect tigers. In addition to tigers, you can identify leopard, jungle cat, caracal, striped hyena, Indian jackal, chital, sambhar, Nilgai, Chinkara, four horned antelope, wild boar, hare, Langur, rhesus monkeys. 
It is also home to birds such as gray partridge, white-throated kingfisher, Indian peacock, bush quail, sandgrouse, creeper, golden-backed woodpecker, cobra-crested eagle and owl -from India. 
Ranthambore Adventure Jeep safari is the best way to observe wildlife within the Ranthambore National Park. Tourists can visit the park at a 20-seat open gallop or a gypsy, both of which are re-equipped and furnished for added comfort and good vision.

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