Dig into the Royal Rajasthan
Located in the north-western part, Rajasthan is the largest state of India. This state is sure to give you an unforgettable experience for life as it is replete with everything. And it is well-suited for people of all age- groups. Every type of tourist can take delight here due to the state being possessed by all- hill station, temples, forts, palaces, national parks, museums, deserts and so on. This state is opulent with magnificence and grandeur and never ceases to extend warm hospitality to its visitors. From the heritage hotels to luxurious palaces, tourists can accommodate themselves feeling royal in this princely state. Not only the state gives you insight into the culture and heritage of the country, but it also lets you enjoy your vacations in full swing with the help of activities like boating, camel rides, wildlife safaris, hot air balloon rides, zip lining, desert camping, etc.
Explore Rajasthan Destinations:
When it comes to deciding on a few destinations worth visiting in Rajasthan, the state bewilders the travelers because every city of the state is famous for something different. Therefore, if you are short on time, you may opt for the following renowned cities to make the most of your visit to Rajasthan. These cities are promising enough to leave you spellbound with their astounding beauty and colorful culture.
Jodhpur- The Blue City:
Mostly known as the Blue City, this city is the Gateway to Great India Desert (Thar Desert). It is called the Blue City due to its houses and walls being painted in the shades of blue, and this is believed to be relieving in the scorching heat. The major attraction of the city is Mehrangarh Fort, which is one among the largest forts of Rajasthan. Places like Umaid Bhawan Palace and Jaswant Thada are also enticing enough for the tourists. In addition to this, one can feast upon the mouth-watering delicacies at local food joints or zip lining can be enjoyed, which will allow you to catch an aerial view of the city from Mehrangarh Fort. Shopping in the vibrant markets and visiting temples can also be included in the tour itinerary.
Ranakpur- The Spiritual Haven:
An important site of the Jain pilgrims, Ranakpur is nested in the middle of the isolated valleys of Aravali Ranges in Rajasthan. The town is bestowed with lush verdure and blooming rivers. Despite being a small village town in the Pali district, it finds a place in the itinerary of tourists who are keen to know about the religious beliefs of Jains. It is home to numerous Jain temples dedicated to Lord Maranatha, Adinatha, etc. The architecture of these temples is magnificent and the pillars in these temples are quite unlike each other. The tourists can seek maximum pleasure in Ranakpur by visiting in the month of October as, during this month, the town hosts a festival in which dance and music performances were given by famous artists can be appreciated.
Jaipur- The Pink City:
The capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur is an exquisite blend of the old and new. Right from the bustling street markets to the glorious forts and from well-maintained presidential areas to the grandiose palaces, everything can be spotted in Jaipur. If you are looking out for the rich history and culture of the city, then you must not visit visiting The City Palace and Amber Fort. The city also harbors an astronomical observatory, recognized as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Preserving the world’s largest sundial and 20 other astronomical instruments, this observatory is a representation of the scientific and architectural progress of India. Since Rajasthan is popular for its lip-smacking savories, Jaipur will not disappoint you as here you can enjoy Ghewar and Daal Baati Churma.
Udaipur- The City of Lakes:
Encircled by the elegant Aravali Hills in all directions, this charming city is the pride of Rajasthan. Endowed with numerous lakes and scenic surroundings, this city is also referred to as the “Venice of the East”. Together with natural beauty, it is also abundant with ancient temples and marvelous architecture. The most popular tourist attraction of the city is Lake Pichola, where you can treat yourself with a boat ride. It can be the perfect choice for the newlyweds because it shelters the world’s most romantic hotel- Taj Lake Palace. You can also witness the unblemished glass work at Bagore Haveli and the architectural masterpiece of The City Palace on the banks of the lake.
Jaisalmer- The Golden City:
The abounding golden dunes in the “Thar Desert” give this city the name of the Golden City. Furthermore, lakes, temples, forts and castles make up for the charm of the city. The beautiful landscapes of the city can be admired from the hill- situated Jaisalmer Fort. Due to being the desert town, Jaisalmer has ample no. of camels (ship of the desert). Therefore, a camel ride or desert safari can be enjoyed in the golden sand dunes of Jaisalmer. To reap the maximum benefit of your visit to Jaisalmer, you must attend the Desert festival organized in the Thar Desert. Camels are made to participate in several types of races during this festival and various art, dance and music performances can also be enjoyed.
Nearby Places to explore:
Delhi- The Heart and Soul of India
The capital city of the country is known as the heart of the nation. Here, you can come across everything- culture, history, diversity, fun, religion and many more. If you wish to delve into the vast history of the region, then pay a visit to the historical sites like Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, Jama Masjid, etc. These places are perfect to feed the historian inside you. But in case the history and culture do not interest you, then head towards Chandni Chowk where you can savor the sumptuous dishes along with interactive sessions while shopping in the busy market streets. To seek solace, you may pay a visit to Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, Akshardham Temple, etc. the Connaught Place and Hauz Khas can be the regions of your choice if you like to party, dance and have fun with your pals. The nightlife of Delhi is one of the most sought-after things.
Agra- Seat of the Taj Mahal
The pride of India, Taj Mahal resides in this ancient city of Uttar Pradesh. Tourists from all over the world flock this city just to admire the mesmerizing beauty of the mausoleum. This architectural masterpiece is the best representation of the Mughal architecture and is generally known as the symbol of love. Besides this, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri can also be visited to learn more about the history and lifestyle of the Mughal rulers. For the sake of foodies, Agra offers a sweet dish made up of pumpkin, Petha and you can also enjoy piquant samosas and kachoris in the streets of Agra.
After bumping into such appealing destinations of the cities, it must be difficult to hold on the desire of getting acquainted with the diversity and richness of India. So, just lay your hands on the Royal Rajasthan Tour Package and get a chance to explore the most