Rajasthan is lovingly called by a lot of names and the lands of the Kings or the royal land are the most popular names of them all. The state is hands down one of those that depict the true colours and tradition of its soil to the fullest. It is that corner of the country that is colourful in the terms of culture, tradition, festivals, architecture, and so many more things. Exploring Rajasthan is an experience to add to one’s life and there are a variety of things to do in various parts of the state to make sure that one has absorbed the taste of the royal state to the fullest.
Elephant Ride at Amber Fort (Jaipur)
The pink city of India, Jaipur, is blessed with the most iconic Rajput architecture and is also the largest city of the state. One of the most pleasant forts of the city is Amber Fort which is located on the Cheel ka Tilla on the Aravalli Hills. The view of the fort is splendid and the best experience to take away from here is the decorated elephant ride that one can take from the entrance to reach the top of the fort. Elephants are regarded as royals in Rajasthan and a ride on them gives major royal vibes.
Bishnoi Village Safari in Jodhpur
The second most populated and the second most largest city in Rajasthan is the blue city, Jodhpur. Jodhpur has multiple tourist attractions and one of the most delightful experiences can be gained at the Bishnoi village safari that is an organisation started by the kings and Maharajas of the state to show everyone the rich, royal, and cultural life of the Rajasthanis. It is a perfect tribal place to explore the heritage of the state by living in the actual recreated ambiance.
Horse safari in Rohet
Riding on the animals in the city and desert of Rajasthan is the experience that everyone must have when in the state. One of the best places to indulge in a horse safari is at Rohetgarh. The horse safari happens at the Thar desert. The beauty of the sand dunes and bumpy rides on it in the vast stretch of the desert is a view that a human eye would not forget ever.
Camel Safari in Jaisalmer
The golden city of the country that lies in the heart of the Thar desert is the paradise for the tourists and the desert lovers. Going on a camel safari in Jaisalmer in the Thar desert is one of the most enchanting experiences to add to one’s travel list. The camel safari takes the riders to the rural and the rustic desert of Rajasthan. Sam sund dunes is the best and also the sand dunes near the Khuri village in the Desert National Park is also well loved by the tourists these days.
Jungle Safari in Ranthambhore
Ranthambore National Park is one of the most exotic National parks of the city with mesmerizing flora and fauna. Going on a jungle safari in the winter months from October to March is the best time and the experience one gets during these months is awesome. Also, the cherry on the cake of going on safari during these months is that one can easily spot the tigers. The thrill of being in the raw jungle with the wild animals is a next level feeling to enjoy.
Hot Air Balloon Safari in Jaipur
Soaking in the adventures is something adventurers are constantly looking for to pump their adrenaline rush and one best adventure to indulge in Jaipur is going on a hot air balloon safari. Who doesn’t like the vibe of flying freely in the sky that too in an adventurous way! Along with this, having the bird’s eye view of the entire pink city is totally splendid for the eyes.
Paragliding from Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur
Built in 1438 and still standing strong is the largest fort of India called as the Mehrangarh Fort. The fort is so huge that there are various palaces located inside it having intricate Rajasthani carvings and paintings. The activity of paragliding from the top of the fort is something the visitors get hooked to because flying from the top of the fort amidst the tall buildings and desert is fun.
Attending Pushkar Fair
India hosts a variety of events throughout the year and Pushkar Fair (Pushkar Mela) is one of the most vibrant ones where one gets to witness the camel rides, camel shows, and different activities related to the camels. The sight of the decorated camels and the music following the event is nothing less than bliss for the viewers.
Explore fabulous forts & royal palaces
What is Rajasthan without the mention of its royal and the glorious forts and palaces! Each city of Rajasthan has enough of palaces and forts to explore and sink in the beauty of the marvellous architecture. These forts are ideal for photography, getting details about the Indian architecture, getting to know the insights of the Rajput kings and their lives.
Shop till drop
There are various flea markets and local shops in each city and small towns of Rajasthan. The souvenirs, the products made by the artisans, the exquisite Rajasthani pieces are something to spend the money on buying. These pieces of fashion or lifestyle are worth every penny spent. One can find a lot of great markets for having a good shopping time. It is also nearly not possible to leave Rajasthan without having shopped enough.