Published On: Tue, Jan 21st, 2014

Incredible Rajasthan Tours

 

Sultry and sandy state of Rajasthan is the largest in the country and is also the one studded with maximum inherited regal opulence. Once a royal province, Rajasthan was ruled by several historic rulers of the world and fortunately each of them possessed a great penchant for art and architecture. As a result the state was embellished with several magnificent pieces of architecture that were originally built to accommodate one or the successive ruler of the state. Hence, for many, Rajasthan tours refers to a great opportunity to admire and study some of the world’s finest architectural styles. Others find the colorful festivities and cultural exuberance most endearing and want to explore Rajasthan from this front alone. Whatever may be the highest pulling factor for you, tours to Rajasthan never fail to impress visitors.

Rajasthan ToursRight Time to Visit: The ‘Desert State’ houses Thar Desert and typically remains hot and humid throughout summers with temperatures dropping marginally during the night. Whereas winter season bring enjoyable shift in the climate and is thus considered the ideal time to visit Rajasthan. One can also enjoy various celebrations, fairs and festivals happening around this time of the year. Hence, anywhere between October to February can be the ideal time to travel to Rajasthan.

Wild Twist to the Tale: Rajasthan tours are mainly associated with royal mansions, forts and grand celebrations and all the regal pomp and show, however less know about its wild side. Ranthambore National Park adds an exciting wild twist to the sagas of romanticizing courtly love with its presence here. One of the best places to spot and follow ferocious tigers, Ranthambore brings an opportunity to enjoy a glimpse of regal passion for hunting (Hunting is prohibited in all the national parks and jungles in India).

Architectural Treat at: For an architectural treat the list of places one must visit in Rajasthan first includes its capital city, Jaipur. Jaipur is also referred to as ‘Pink City’ for many of its edifices are painted in an adorable pink shade. Other than that, Jaipur is a hub of cultural, literary and historic activities in the state and also possesses a wealth of architectural marvels. Some of the must visit places here would include Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and Amber Fort. Shopping at the colorful bazaars here would complete your Rajasthan tours experience. Other exciting architectural edifices in Rajasthan include:

  • Jodhpur: Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant THada, Ghanta Ghar and more.
  • Jaisalmer: Jaisalmer Fort, Jain Temples, Desert Culture Center and Museum and more.
  • Bikaner: Junagarh Fort, Laxmi Niwas Palace, Lalgarh Palace, Laxmi Nath Temple, Bhandasar Jain Temple, Karni Mata Temple and more
  • Udaipur: City Palace, Lake Palace, Jag Mandir, Monsoon Palace, Jagdish Temple and more.

A desert safari on camel-back transcends travelers into a royal aura and is perfected furthermore by a dinner and musical performance at sundown. Tented accommodation at the desert and enchanting folk music and live dance performance by folk artists creates unforgettable memory of Rajasthan tours and hence shouldn’t be missed at any cost.

Preeti Shah

Preeti Shah is a blogger, writer and travel enthusiast who love to share her opinion and experiences on Travel, Lifestyle, Fashion, Health & Fitness, Books, Movie Reviews and more. Her expertise lays in the topics related to Rajasthan tours, Kerala tours, south India tours, North India Tours, West India Tours, East India Tours, Delhi Hotels, Rajasthan Hotels, Kerala Hotels and more.

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- Preeti Shah is a blogger, writer and travel enthusiast who love to share her opinion and experiences on Travel, Lifestyle, Fashion, Health & Fitness, Books, Movie Reviews and more. Her expertise lays in the topics related to Rajasthan tours, Kerala tours, south India tours, North India Tours, West India Tours, East India Tours, Delhi Hotels, Rajasthan Hotels, Kerala Hotels and more.