Majestic palaces, centuries-old forts, camels, desert safaris and a vibrant local culture – Rajasthan is the most visited state in India, adorned by travelers from around the world.
India once had more than 600 princely state and most of them were in the state of Rajasthan, also known as the ‘Land of Maharajas’. The state is located on the Thar Desert, which has played a vital part in shaping the history of Rajputana (the former name of Rajasthan).
If you’re taking the luxurious palace on wheels tour, which takes you aboard the most premium train in India, Rajasthan will be a major attraction. The capital of Rajasthan – Jaipur – is one of the most prominent tourist places in India and is also one of the three stops in the fabled Golden Triangle tour of India.
One can say that the Rajasthan heritage tour is a brief introduction to the rich heritage and diverse culture of India. And, among the most famous places to visit in Rajasthan, the forts and palaces stand out. You can feel the pulse of royalty in your veins when you visit the most popular forts and palaces in Rajasthan, including the Amer Fort, the City Palace and the Jaigarh Fort in Jaipur; the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, the Chittorgarh Fort in Chittor, the City Palace in Udaipur, and the golden fort of Jaisalmer.
Many old palaces or havelis in Rajasthan have been re-designed into luxury hotels where tourists can experience life king size. The experience of hospitality is unique The feeling of royalty is simply unforgettable!
It’s a photographer’s delight to come to Rajasthan as its vibrant culture is well-reflected in the architecture. Some of the best places to visit in Rajasthan include the Pink City of Jaipur, the Blue City of Jodhpur, the Golden City of Jaisalmer, and the Lake City of Udaipur.
The rural parts of Rajasthan offer some of the most unique and offbeat experiences in India. The Taragarh Palace and cave paintings in Bundi and the haunted fort of Bhangarh are some of the offbeat tourist destinations in Rajasthan.
You can also find the colours of Rajasthani culture in its festivals. Some of the most famous festivals in Rajasthan include Pushkar camel fair, Spring Festival in Mewar, Jaisalmer Desert Festival, Jaipur Kite Festival, and Jaipur Literature Festival.
If you are a wildlife enthusiast, you will surely enjoy coming to Rajasthan for its bio-diversity. One of India’s largest wildlife sanctuaries, the Ranthambore National Park, is famous for being home to the Indian Leopard and the renowned Ranthambore jeep safari.
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