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8 Must Visit Places In Rajasthan

 

What do we want from experience? Away from the crowds, enjoyable moments, a relaxing atmosphere, or a few unforgettable memories? Plan a Rajasthan tour, and you'll be able to get more!

If you're struggling to plan a perfect Rajasthan vacation, Here is a list of 8 favored and must-visit tourist spots in Rajasthan that will make your visit one to remember!

1. JAIPUR


The symbol of Rajasthan's captivating beautiful beauty. Jaipur, also known as the "Pink City," or capital city of the state, Jaipur is a highly tourism spot , many tourist come on Thrillophilia's Rajasthan tour package to visit magnificent palaces of the imperial era, stunning forts, historical places, and more, it must be the first stop on your plan.

When to Visit: Winter (October to March)

What to See: City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Amber Fort and Palace, Jaigarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Rambagh Palace, Albert Hall Museum, Birla Mandir, and GovindDevJi Temple.


2. JAISALMER


The city is gracefully perched on the ridges of an enchanting yellowish Sandstone; Jaisalmer redefines the history and heritage of Rajasthan in the most beautiful ways! It was founded in the Maharaja MaharawalJaisal Singh; the city is often referred to as "Yellow City" because of its captivating yellow hues. Similar to other tourist attractions located in Rajasthan, Jaisalmer showcases the splendor and beauty of the Thar Desert in the most breathtaking ways.


When to Visit: Winter (mid-November to February)

What to See: Jaisalmer Fort, Sam Sand Dunes, Kuldhara, Gadi Sagar Lake, Patwon Ki Haveli, Thar Heritage Museum, Salim Singh Ki Haveli, Tanot Mata Temple, Jain Temples, Vijay Chhatri, and Khaba Fort.


3. UDAIPUR


If you're looking in search of the most beautiful spots to explore in Rajasthan, Udaipur is the spot for you! It is also known as the 'Venice of the East or the 'City Of lakes.' This stunning city located in Rajasthan, also known as the Desert Capital, is bestowed with a unique appeal that draws tourists worldwide. The city hosts many royal events, including the theme wedding, elephant polos, grand celebrations, and many more.


When to Visit: Winter (November to February) & Monsoon (July to October)

What to See: City Palace, Monsoon Palace, Lake Pichola, Lake Fateh Sagar, Jag Mandir, Saheliyon Ki Bari, Shilpgram, Vintage Car Museum, and Bagore Ki Haveli.


4. JODHPUR


Welcome to Jodhpur, the second-largest city globally and known as the Blue City of Rajasthan! In contrast to the majority of tourist spots in Rajasthan, the city of the emperors is a place where you can enjoy a warm, sunny day throughout the year, and that's why it was named "Sun City in Rajasthan'. Visit this city for a royal experience and explore the rich history and majesty of this Desert Capital. Explore its famous places of interest to relive the charms of a pastime that can only be read about in books on history and old stories.


When to Visit: Winter (October to February)

What to see: Mehrangarh Fort, Balsamand Lake, Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum, Jaswant Thada, Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park, Clock Tower as well as Mandore Gardens.


5. PUSHKAR


A significant pilgrimage for Hindus, Pushkar is also considered among the top beautiful tourist spots in Rajasthan! The city is home to the sole Lord Brahma Temple within the entire country. All over the world, many myths and legends explain the significance and existence of Pushkar as a place in the history of India. It also has the distinction of hosting the biggest Camel Fairs in the world known as the "Pushkar Mela'.


When to Visit: Winter (November to February)

What to See: Pushkar Lake, Brahma Temple, Man Mahal, Pushkar Bazar, Hindu Temples, and Merta City.


6. RANTHAMBORE NATIONAL PARK


If you're one of the travelers intrigued by rare and exotic wildlife species, You must schedule your Rajasthan tour and go to the Ranthambore National Park. The park is situated at Sawai Madhopur; this beautiful wildlife sanctuary is famous for its incredible numbers of Indian Tigers and other endangered wildlife. It was once a hunting lodge belonging to the earlier families of Rajasthan and is the perfect habitat for Tigers as well as Leopards, Hyenas, and the Sloth Bear, Chital, Wild Boar well as the 270 bird species.


When to Visit: Winter (November to March)

How to use it: Wildlife Spotting, Wildlife Safari, Wildlife Photography, Wildlife Camping, and Nature Walks.


7. BIKANER


If the charm and beauty of Bikaner must be expressed with one phrase, Bikaner ought to be referred to as an 'oasis'! An important trade route in time past, the area of Rajasthan was widely regarded as the wealthiest state in the period of medieval. It is dotted with palaces, forts, and other marvels of architecture and attractions, a trip to Bikaner brings visitors back to the royal times of Rajasthan.


When to Visit: Winter (December to February) & Monsoon (July to November)

What to See: Junagarh Fort, Gajner Palace, National Research Centre on Camels, Karni Mata Temple, Jain Temples, Rampuria Haveli, Lalgarh Palace, and Museum, Prachina Museum, and Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary.


8. SARISKA NATIONAL PARK


If you are a wildlife enthusiast on a Rajasthan trip, you should go to the Sariska National Park in Alwar. It is a perfect habitat for wildlife that is considered among the top beautiful National parks of India and is renowned for its abundant Tiger numbers. The other inhabitants of this national park are Leopards, Wild Boars, Wild Dogs, Hyena, Jungle Cats, and several other species. Sariska National Park in Rajasthan has an abundance of species of avifauna.


When to Go: Winter (October to March), but it's a year-round getaway.

How to use it: Wildlife-spotting, wildlife safaris, and nature trails.

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