Rajasthan Travel Guide

Rajasthan is a world famous tourist destination and a largest state in India. It’s also one of the most colorful and vibrant states of India. It’s globally famous with its unique tradition, rich culture, glorious past, magnificent forts and palaces, heritage monuments, beautiful temples, wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, deserts, palace hotels, heritage hotels, traditional villages, excellent hospitality and of course generous people. Traveling in different tourist destinations and cities of this royal land would be an exceptional lifetime experience. On your Rajasthan travel guide you will have a great opportunity to explore amazing tourist attractions and lots of other interesting places. A comprehensive Rajasthan travel guide can help you in most handy way to make your visit memorable and enjoyable.

Jaisalmer fort

Things to Do

When vacationing in this imperial and royal land, you can plan a visit to elephant ride at Amer Fort, camel safari, jungle safaris and even old monuments. It’s rich fauna and flora offers a wide variety of wildlife which you can see at some of the best sanctuaries like keo ladeo Ghana national Park, Ranthambore National Park, Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary and Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary. The carved temples, historic forts, majestic city palaces, appetizing food and open bazaars are sure to make your vacationing experience worth in Rajasthan. It is also Know For best destination weddings.


Mount Abu, Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Ajmer are the most popular cities in the state. Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan and it is widely known as the Pink City of India. Mount Abu is the only hill station of Rajasthan and it’s famously known for its Dilwara Jain Temples and Wildlife Sanctuary. Mandawa is famously known for its havelis decorated with frescoes. Bikaner, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer are famous for sand dunes and several historical monuments. Udaipur (the city of lakes) is well known for beautiful palaces and lakes.

Colorful Udaipur

Forts and Palaces

Rajasthan is internationally famous for its wonderful forts, palaces and havelis. There’re quite a number of monuments in Rajasthan and there are also magnificent architecture that attract many tourist from different parts of the world. City Palace, Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, Fort Ranthambhore, Jantar Mantar, Lake Palace, Sariska Palace, Mehrangarh, Jag Mandir Palace, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Palace Lalgarh, Junagarh Fort, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Golden Fort, Chittorgarh Fort, Shekhawati Havelis, Castle Mandawa Fort, etc are the major monuments to visit.

Hawa Mahal

Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries

Rajasthan is also known for the rich fauna and flora with several national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts from different parts of the world visit here. Desert National Park, Black Buck Sanctuary, Tal Chappar, Darrah Sanctuary, Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Ranthambhore National Tiger Sanctuary etc. are some of the most popular destinations for wildlife in Rajasthan. Elephant Safari or Jeep Safari in the Jungle is an exceptional and exciting place that you will love for life.

Ranthambore National Park

Religious Shrines and Temples

There are several temples and religious shrines in Rajasthan. Mount Abu’s Dilwara Jain Temples, Ranakpur Brahma Temple at Pushkar, Mediaval Jain Temples, Dargah Sharif Temple in Ajmer and many more are some of the temples that are worth visiting.

pushkar temple

Fairs and Festivals

Celebrations candies are in this place with wonderful pomp and display. International Kite Festival, Baneshwar Fair, Summer Festival, desert Festival Pushkar Fair, Camel fair, mewar festival, Gangaur Festival Elephant Festival are some of the most popular fairs and festivals of Rajasthan.

Camel Desert Festival

Shopper’s Paradise

Rajasthan being an imperial and royal tour destination in India offers a wide range of art and architecture artifacts that you can buy at bargained prices. From Bagaru prints, block printing, Zari embroidery, sanganer prints and wooden furniture to rugs, potteries, carpets, jewelry, paintings and much more; you can take back home everything that you want, that too at bargained prices.

The entire state of Rajasthan is a treasure of the best Indian handicrafts that today also attracts many people from all parts of the world. Tourists can shop for some of the most fabulous fabrics, semi-precious and precious stones, in prints, embroidered leather shoes, Kundan and Minakari enameling in silver and gold jewelry. So, what are you still waiting for, plan a family holiday to Rajasthan and make your trip a life time experience for your loved ones.

Jaipur puppets

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