Welcome to the “Land of Kings”.

Rajasthan is a true state of contrasts, and Rajasthan travel reflects that! From desert scrub to holy lakes, one thing that is hard to grasp for the first-time (or even repeat) visitor is the sheer size of the place.

I was fortunate enough to have three weeks to explore the desert state. Even that wasn’t sufficient to get to all of the major sights. I did, however, linger longer in areas that would be easier to pass through in a shorter time frame. I also went well off the path more trodden on a couple of occasions—which meant more travel time. In researching a state of contrasts, I was happy to find that the relatively well-developed tourism infrastructure is matched by the gradual appearance of eco-friendly options. More than that, were the options which make an effort to connect visitors to Rajasthani culture beyond a superficial level. Thereby creating more opportunities for responsible travel in Rajasthan.

Travel Information

Itinerary


Best time to visit

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The best (and therefore most popular) time to visit Rajasthan is during winter, between October – March, with the busiest months being December, January and (sometimes) February. During this time the weather in Rajasthan is pleasant – you’ll be warm under the daytime sun, but it does get cold at night!

Top Attractions

  • Kumbalgarh FortKumbalgarh

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  • Udaipur PalaceUdaipur

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  • Amber Fort

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I wander about on my motorcycle, and welcome bribes in the form of good food.

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