Perfect Places to visit while in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is India’s largest state in terms of area and incorporates all the traditional values and rituals inherited in them from their ancestors. The Thar desert, also known as the “Great Indian Desert”, is also in Rajasthan along the Sutlej-Indus river valley.

Perfect Places to visit while in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is India’s largest state in terms of area and incorporates all the traditional values and rituals inherited in them from their ancestors. The Thar desert, also known as the “Great Indian Desert”, is also in Rajasthan along the Sutlej-Indus river valley.

Rajasthan is the first choice of all tourists of India & abroad. The reason behind this is the abundance of places to visit in Rajasthan such as Temples, Forts, National Parks, Rivers, Mountain Ranges and lots more. The traditional architecture of Rajasthan also attracts the visitor’s attention.

One more aspect that can’t be overlooked is the mouth-w’t forget the taste of the Rajasthan food once tasted and it can never be felt anywhere else except in Rajasthan. Rajasthan cuisine which includes dishes like Daal Baati, Malpuae, Daal Churma, Gatte ki Sabzi and so on.

With such a popular tourist destination it’s sometimes difficult to decide where to go, which is why we’d thought we’d share some of our favorite places. Let’s begin:

Alwar

First up is Alwar. In 1770, the City was founded by Kachwaha Rajput Ruler Pratap Singh. Earlier the City was called as ‘Ulwar’ but was changed to ‘Alwar’, so that it comes first in the alphabetic order of the princely states of Rajasthan. With it’s temples, forts and views of the Aravali mountains – one of the oldest mauntain ranges in the world – it’s tourist destination not to miss. For adventurous people out there, Neemrana Fort-Palace is where you’ll find our zip lining adventure activity, together with traditional architecture and modern amenities in the fort. Alwar is among the best places to visit near Delhi as well.

Mount Abu

Mount Abu is popular in Rajasthan for it’s hills and water sources. Mount Abu is the only hill station in Rajasthan, as well as offering many ancient heritage sites and temples, which become the destination of thousands of pilgrims from across India.

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Sawai Madhopur has two popular attractions, but you’ll need at least 2-3 days in exploring them all. The two places are Ranthambore Fort and the Ranthambore National park. The Ranthambore Fort is a part of UNESCO world heritage site. The fort is inside the Ranthambore National park which incorporates ancient architecture in it, also perfect place for wildlife trip in Rajasthan.

Jodhpur

Jodhpur is the second largest City of Rajasthan. Jodhpur is also popularly known as ‘Sun City’ as here the sun rises first in Rajasthan. This is the place which has the best reviews from lonely planet, TripAdvisor and also been listed many times in various tourism destination. There are hill forts, palaces and other attractions which are perfect to keep tourist busy. Mehrangarh fort is the most popular place standing on the peak point of the city and surrounded by the landscape of Thar desert.

Chittorgarh

Chittorgarh is an ancient city of Rajasthan was said to be build by the Maurya Dynasty. The city is equipped with all the tourist places like palaces, temples and forts which show traditional architectural designs and artistic mastery. Chittorgarh Fort, which is the largest fort in India, contains many palaces, gardens and temples and really is a must see destination.That’s our list, happy traveling!

Mehrangarh Fort

Flying Fox JodhpurThere is no debate in putting Mehrangarh Fort on the top of the list of places to visit in Jodhpur. The invincible fort is stands tall at 400 feet above the city, surrounded by the blue buildings painted by the Bhramin community. It is certainly among the most impressive forts in the world. It was founded in 1460 by Roa Jodha but has since been added to by his successors and for this reason you will find architecture representing various periods.

Here you will also find intricate stone & marble designs in the extensive courtyards to pay visit to.It’s within Mehrangarh Fort’s Chokelao Garden that you will find our zip line tour, which flies you over moats, crenelations, Rao Jodha desert park and quoted as “history with an adrenaline sweetener” by The Observer. We’re very proud to have contributed to Mehrangarh fort’s history and it’s now a popular adventure sport destination in India.

Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum

Situated on high ground on the outskirts of the city, Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum was completed in 1944 & is one of the last great palaces to be built in India. The construction of the palace started in 1929 as a drought relief project to provide employment through this difficult time. Here the architecture depicts a combination of Indian and European style. The palace is divided into 3 parts: the home to the former royal family, the Taj Palace Hotel and a museum. This 347 roomed palace is one among the largest private residences in the world. There is a nominal fee for entry to the museum and you might even catch a glimpse of the Maharaja and his family.

Jaswant Thada

Jaswant Thada was founded in 1899 in the memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II by his son Maharaja Sardar Singh. Built from intricately carved marble cenotaph & surrounded by stunning multilevel gardens it gives the impression of a marble inside a shell. Inside, you will find portraits of the Rathore rulers, carved gazebos and a water pond which will be witnessed on your arrival to the place.

Neemrana Fort Palace

Fly high over Neemrana Fort Palace. Experience marvelous views of the village from a great height which most tourists miss and fly like batman on the zip wires. Perfect place for adventurous people is what best describes Neemrana Fort Palace. Easily accessible by people from Delhi, Gurgoan, Noida and other adjoining areas. 5 zip lines, 1245m zip wires & thrilling zip line adventure from top hill view.