When it comes to Rajasthan, one cannot deny the fact that this glorious state has no dearth of fascinating attractions, rich cultural heritage, regal palaces and forts, majestic monuments, unique traditions, and traditional markets. The largest amongst all Indian states, Rajasthan has been ranked 5th in the list of drawing maximum visitors in a year. Bordering Pakistan on one side and other prominent Indian states on the other, the princely state never lags behind in surprising the curious travelers.
Whether you are a first-timer or a frequent traveler to Rajasthan, this list of the best holiday getaways will blow your mind away.
Udaipur: Kick off to a once-in-a-lifetime tour in Udaipur and witness some of the ‘finest marvels of architectural and cultural splendor in India today.’Udaipur, popularly known as the “Venice of the East”, has a plethora of stunning palaces and forts under its belt. The “Jag Niwas” or known as “Lake Palace” is the most fascinating attraction in the city.
Jaipur: Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan. Dotted with magnificent historical monuments and traditional markets, the city still retains its rustic age-old charm. The Pink City plays a pivotal role in the history of India. HawaMahal, Amber Fort, Central Park, Jantar Mantar, and Amber Palace Museum are the most notable attractions in Jaipur.
Chittorgarh: Also known as the land of India’s finest fort, Chittorgarh’s main attraction is the regal structure – the Chittorgarh Fort. The city embodies the pride, valor, romance, and spirit of the Rajput.
Ajmer: Ajmer is the ‘the delightful Dargah destination’. Ajmer is quite famous as the land of ‘invincible hills’.
Bikaner: Welcome to camel country! Not just referred to the best place for riding camels in the world, but Bikaner is actually home to one of the most important Camel Research and Breeding farms on earth.
Jaisalmer: When in Jaisalmer, you get to see one of the world’s living forts – Jaisalmer Fort. The city, today, is thronged by people from far and wide to witness the lifestyle of the locals.
Mount Abu: Hill station of Rajasthan, Mount Abu is prominent as a source of comfort from the hot and humid desert climate. Mount Abu is replete with lush green hills of the Aravali range. It is the only hill station in Rajasthan and stands tall at an elevation of 1,722 meters.
Jodhpur: Here in Jodhpur, you are welcome to a delightful amalgamation of the traditional and modern architecture. Also known as the Blue City of India, Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan.