A colorful melange of opulence and royalty best exemplifies Rajasthan tourism with grand forts, desert safaris, fairytale palaces, and vibrant festivals all around. Set foot in the ‘Land of the Kings’ and explore the rich cultural heritage of this region where the Rajputs fought various grand battles. The tourist places in Rajasthan offer something or the other for travelers of all kinds. Tourism in Rajasthan caters to couples, friends, and families alike who can enjoy a luxurious retreat in this medieval wonderland. So grab a Rajasthan tourism map and start discovering the largest state in India, and don’t forget to cover all of the popular Rajasthan destinations and be a part of Rajasthan culture. All this while hum the very catchy Rajasthan tourism song by the Rajasthan Tourism Corporation.
The best time to visit Rajasthan is in the winter season from October to March as the weather during this time is perfect for desert safaris, sightseeing tours, wildlife expeditions, and cultural tours.
Desert tours, camel rides, hot-air balloon rides, captivating folk dances, exquisite handicrafts, wildlife expeditions, bustling marketplaces, and historical forts & palaces draw tourists to Rajasthan from every corner of the world. You can tread on the sands of time in the state by visiting the painted havelis, the camel fairs, the medieval bazaars, glistening deserts, and the undulating Aravalli hills. Something you must experience here is savoring the Rajasthani specialty Ghevar while shopping for precious gemstones and handicrafts in the colorful bazaars.
Make sure when you visit Rajasthan, you explore the major cities like the Pink city Jaipur, the Lake City of Udaipur, the Sun City Jodhpur, the Golden City Jaisalmer, and the Holy City of Pushkar. One of the most popular destinations for honeymoon in Rajasthan, Mount Abu is located about 4 hours away from Udaipur. Mount Abu is an ideal hill station to visit during summer in Rajasthan. Amer Fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace Udaipur, Mehrangarh Fort, Ranthambore National Park, and Jantar Mantar in Jaipur are some of the best Rajasthan destinations for travelers. Take along a Rajasthan tourist map for a self-exploring trip, or book one of the Rajasthan tour packages for a more relaxed sort of a trip.
Another fun thing you can try on your trip to Rajasthan is going on a Golden Triangle Tour where you can explore the magnificence of the three cities: the grand Mughal heritage of Delhi, the land of the Taj Mahal: Agra, and the colorful bazaars of Jaipur.