Welcome to Rajasthan, The Incredible state of India. Famously known as “The Land of Maharajas ‘is a must-visit place. Rajasthan is a land of the Great Indian Desert, Rajput valor, awe-inspiring architectural talent, and amicable locals. Men with vibrant turbans and big moustaches greet you with ‘khamagadi’ and welcome you to the land of bazaars and historic cities. It is Famous for its imperial culture, war-torn monuments, delicious food, and traditions. Rajasthan has become the most preferred destination for holidays, honeymoons, weddings, and shopping in the last two decades. So if you’re looking to dive into India’s architectural wonders or explore its rich and beautiful history, all you need to do is take a Rajasthan tour and explore important tourist spots of Rajasthan.

In this blog, we present you information about important tourist Spots of Rajasthan to help travellers enjoy the perfect Rajasthani experience.


An important place to visit in Rajasthan to enjoy Rajasthani Experience

  1. Jaipur-The capital of Rajasthan famous as the pink city for the vibrant color of its historic buildings is the most instagrammable city and is one of the most beautiful tourist spots of Rajasthan. From royal palaces to peppy pubs and from regal forts to posh restaurants, the city offers a fascinating mix of attractions to all travel enthusiasts.

A gateway of India’s most extravagant states, there are a number of tourist attractions in Jaipur that ooze out the majestic past of the city. From striking forts to well-laid gardens, and royal palaces to vibrant markets, you’ll have no dearth of places to visit in Jaipur. Listed below are some of the important Jaipur Tourist spots are;

300 years old Hawa Mahal, City palace, Amer fort, Jal Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, Albert Hall Museum, Bapu and Johari Bazar Jantar Mantar.The city is is also very well known for its local food, and the most famous dishes include the Ghewar, Pyaaz Kachori, and Dal Baati Churma. A hearty meal at Chokhi Dhani is also must-try if you are visiting Jaipur for the first time.

Best time to visit- The best time to enjoy Jaipur is during the winter months from October to March, when the weather is pleasant.

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  1. Udaipur-Renowned as the city of Lakes is one of the most beautiful tourist spots of Rajasthan, located at the foothills of Aravalli Mountains is home to various palaces, forts  along with magnificent and popular temples, collection of havelis and gardens of museums, azure lakes, magnificent palaces, vibrant culture and delecta,ble food and warm hospitality. Though the city is home to many unique attractions ,below there are some important places you should must visit.

Udaipur city palace, Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake, Rajsamand Lake, Saheliyon ki Bari ,Maharana Pratap Memorial,The Royal Vintage Car Museum and Jagdish temple are some popular tourist attractions.

Best time to visit- October to March is the best time to visit Udaipur. The winter season is pleasing making it an ideal time to explore the city at its best. Monsoons from July to September are another ideal time to visit Udaipur as it is pleasant and a relief from the torrid climate of Rajasthan.

  1. Jaisalmer-Famously known as the Golden city of India is one of the best tourist spots in Rajasthan and is the most loved city by tourists and travellers. The main highlight of Jaisalmer is the Thar Desert where people go out for desert safari and camel safari in the vast sand dunes of the desert. It is known as the golden city because most of the city was built with golden colored sandstones. This place is known for its ancient architecture, forts, art and crafts, local cuisine and,shopping of rajasthani ,outfits and souvenirs. Here is the list of some of the important attractions 

Jaisalmer fort, Patwon ki haveli, Bada Bagh, Thar heritage Museum,Sam sand dunes and Gadisar lake. Thus, Jaisalmer is an amalgamation of exotic Indian desert culture, heritage and adventure.

Best time to visit– October, when the weather is at its most amenable, is considered the best month to visit Jaisalmer. Monsoon season (August – September) doesn’t always see a large amount of rain, but the humidity is unpleasant.

  1. Jodhpur-Second largest city of Rajasthan is known as the blue city and is one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan. Most of the buildings are painted in blue color that’s why it is known as the blue city. This magical place is home to beautiful forts, temples. jodhpur is a blissful experience to those tourists that love to experience the royalty and take a look back at the princely era of India.  Jodhpur is famous for its delectable food items, especially Pyaaj Kachori, Mirchi Bada, and Mawa Kachori. Some of the important tourist spots of Jodhpur are

Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada,Mandore Gardens,   Kaylana Lake, and Toorji kaJhalaa.

Best time to visit –  The winter (October – March) is the best time to visit, and during this period there are several interesting festivals — bring warm clothes as temperatures are occasionally chilly.

  1. Bikaner-Bikaner with its magnificence in architecture, art, and culture is filled with colour, festivity, and cultural marvels. Apart from magnificent forts, this city is famously known for its food items especially sweets and snacks. A complete paradise for foodies with a sweet tooth. Some of the famous food items are Ghewar, Kesar kulfi,Bikaneri bhuji,a and raj kachori.Known as a traveller’s paradise, Bikaner boasts stunning architecture, art, splendid heritage, all beautifully interwoven with color and vibrancy. Must visit tourists spots are

Junagarh Fort,  Lalgarh Palace, National Research Center on Camels, Karni Mata Rat Temple, Bhanda sar Jain Temple,Gajner   Palace, Rampuria Haveli, Sadul Singh Museum, Prachina Museum, Devi Kund Sagar, and many,more.

Best time to visit- Winter (October – March) is the best season since the weather is cool and dry, although nights can be cold.

  1. Pushkar-Renowned as the holy city of Rajasthan is one of the popular tourist spots in Rajasthan. Every traveler’s paradise Pushkar is an ancient town that hums its own rhythm, the place is about religion, heritage, culture, and warmth rolled into one panoramic landscape. Some of the important destinations for a must-visit are Brahma Temple, Savitri Mata temple, Mahadev temple, Kishangarh, and Pushkar market. Visit this beautiful destination With Us

Best time to visit- October to November is the best time as the weather is pleasant and you will get to enjoy the famous Pushkar Mela. The atmosphere and the hustle and bustle are worth seeing.

  1. Ajmer-Renowned as ‘The land of Ajmer Sharif Dargah’.This makes Ajmer one of the most significant places of Islamic pilgrimage in the world. Apart from Ajmer Sharif Dargah and the Jain Temple, there are some other attractions in Ajmer as well. Adhai Din ka Jhopra, Ana Sagar Lake, Foy Sagar Lake, Ajmer Government Museum, and Taragarh Fort are some of them.

Best time to the visit-Winter season from October to March is the best time to visit. Monsoon is also a great time to visit as the weather is pleasant.. The gorgeous backdrop of the city is even more stunning at this time of the year.

  1. Mount Abu-Rajasthan is the only hill station and a must-visit place if you plan a Rajasthan trip. Situated in the Aravalli mountain it is one of the best most and popular tourist spots in Rajasthan.Being the only hill station in Rajasthan, it has been a popular retreat for the residents as a place away from the scorching desert heat.Whether you’re a history buff or a nature lover, you’re bound to find your home in the serenity of this little hill station.If you like chilling at a lush green place then Mount Abu is surely a must-visit the place. Some of the key attractions are

Nakki Lake, Guru Shikhar, Toad Rock, Mount Abu wildlife sanctuary, Mount  Abu sunset point,Dilwara Jain Temple etc.

The best time to visit-Mount Abu remains pleasant weather-wise all year round but September to June is considered the best time to visit.

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