Rajasthan is a chromatic destination which describes the ruling history of the great Rajput Maharajas, as you explore the magnificent and beautifull forts and palaces, the camel rides in the sand dunes, and the curved mustaches. The most popular and the best option for tourism.

Stunning Forts, breadth taking folk music, mouth watering food, welcomes you to the Royal and a wealthy state of Rajasthan.

Rajasthan- The Land of Maharajahs, is an ultimate tourist destination, when it comes to tradition and cultural heritage of India. Get yourself ready for the unforgettable experience of heart whelming hospitality and elegant stays, with rich culture and tradition.

Rajasthan is a state of wonderful and huge forts, Royal Palaces, commendable folk music and dance- “Ghoomer”, camel rides, sand dunes, colorful shaafas, long Ghunghats.

Its a spooky place which drags you towards its beauty which lies in the royal culture, dreamy lakeside palaces, mouthwatering food, the fascinating folk music, and the amazing handicrafts. the more you explore this place, the more u love it.

So, here is the complete list of the places u must visit in the largest state of India:

JAIPUR     UDAIPUR     JODHPUR   

 AJMER     MOUNT ABU     BHARATPUR     

KUMBHALGARH     PUSHKAR     BIKANER    

BUNDI     KOTA     CHITTORGARH     

ALWAR     RANTHAMBORE    JAISALMER 

BEST TIME TO VISIT RAJASTHAN:

Summers being extremely hot, its a bad idea to visit this place in summer. The best time to visit Rajasthan is from the month of October to March.All the cultural fairs and activities are held in winters, and also the tourists can visit the desert in winters.

HOW TO REACH:

You can reach Rajasthan through airways, roadways, and railways. You can choose any option. Rajasthan is very well connected by other cities or states through airways, railways, and roadways. The state has three major domestic and international airports in Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur.

Rajasthan is associated with all the dominant cities of India through the railway lines. The major railway stations in Rajasthan are in Jaipur, Udaipur, Ajmer and Jodhpur. To get a Royal experiance, you can also opt for a royal and luxury train-“Palace on wheels” which runs from Delhi to Rajasthan.

The state also has a web of National Highways and State Highways that connects the entire state and also links it to the major cities of India.

 

 

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