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10 things not to miss when in Rajasthan on your Holiday 2022

10 things not to miss when in Rajasthan on your Holiday 2022

10 things not to miss when in Rajasthan on your Holiday 2022

1) Amer Fort, Jaipur

Amber Fort, the ancient capital of Jaipur state, is one of the best known and most visited forts of India. It is one of the finest examples of Indo-Islamic architecture. It comprises of a massive palace complex, built from pale yellow and pink sandstone, and white marble, and is divided into four sections, each with its own courtyard.

2) Hawa Mahal, Jaipur

Jaipur's most distinctive landmark, the Hawa Mahal is an extraordinary pink-painted delicately honeycombed hive structure, rises a dizzying five storeys and is a stunning example of local artistry. Its stands tall right in the heart of the city, and you can enjoy the hustle and bustle of Jaipur as you visit this.

3) Visit to an artists village, near Jaipur

When in Jaipur, don't miss the art of hand block printing. The Pink City is known for a rich gamut of traditional handicrafts and artistic heritage. You can plan a trip to Bagru, the land of the art of hand block printing, 32 kms from Jaipur, as a part of your Rajasthan itinerary.

4) Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur

Jodhpur is famous for the distinctive colour of its buildings, a reminder of the Brahmins, who used to paint their houses blue to deter insects and keep the dwellings cool during the summer. Visit this old city encircled by an imposing wall and accessed through eight magnificent gates, which also is home to the majestic Mehrangarh Fort which has the reputation of being the most impressive Rajput fort in India.

5) City Palace, Udaipur

Udaipur's City Palace is an example of the splendour that the rulers of Mewar enjoyed centuries ago, and it still appears to be just as majestic.

6) Boat ride on Lake Pichola, Udaipur

Pichola Lake is an artificial fresh water lake and one of the oldest & the biggest lakes in Udaipur. It is central to the main palaces and all the palaces, including the ones floating in the water, that are lit up at night. It's incredibly atmospheric.

7) Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur

Ranthambore National Park is one of the biggest wildlife reserves in Northern India. Considered to be the best place to see the Royal Indian Tiger in the wild the park is also home to a variety of fauna like the crocodiles, deer, leopards and blue bulls, and a large species of birds. You can opt for doing both the morning and evening safaris to increase your chances of spotting a tiger in this beautiful and serene forest.

8) Fort and sand dunes of Jaisalmer

Deserts, camels, havelis with jharokas (balconies), sand-stone structures and stunning intricate architecture make Jaisalmer a favourite. Visit the magnificent Fort of Jaisalmer, a massive sandcastle rising from the sands, giving us a glimpse of a bygone era and other havelis, visit local markets where you can shop for clothes and artifacts, enjoy local cuisine and stroll through narrow streets soaking in the culture. In the afternoon we will visit the glorious sand dunes on camel back.

9) The chilled out town of Pushkar

Pushkar has been largely known for its religious significance as the city boasts of one of the very rare temples of Lord Brahma(Hindu god). It's a great place to relax, stroll through bustling lanes, take a camel safari and soak in the spiritual energy of the place.