Attractive Travel Destination in Rajasthan you must visit 

Attractive Travel Destination in Rajasthan you must visit 
  • The mesmerizing palaces, forts, deserts, camels, and elephants of Rajasthan

5 Attractive Travel Destination in Rajasthan you must visit 

Barren lands fields, magnificent architects, colorful people, and Rajasthan’s glamorous landscapes together make the perfect backdrop for popular movie scenes. Rajasthan is one of the most visited states in India as it has some of the best travel destinations. 

Without any second thought, you must travel to Rajasthan to experience its most bright, iconic and exotic views. The mesmerizing palaces, forts, deserts, camels, and elephants are what you need after a long confinement life, due to COVID-19. 


The capital state Jaipur is a colorful country that never fails to show off its ancient royalty and beautiful culture. The Pink City” Jaipur” forms part of India’s renowned Golden Triangle Tourist Circuits and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage that you must visit once. The place has many mouth-gapping famous forts and palaces, with most of them exhibiting spectacular views.

Things to do when in Jaipur   

  • Observe the city from behind the meshed windows of the most popular Hawa Mahal the ‘Palace of the Winds’
  • Discover the city’s bustling bazaars as it is an outstanding place for shopping. 
  • Don’t forget to get an extensive view of the city from Amber Fort, when you are done treasuring the fort itself. 


Udaipur among the best Rajasthan Tours is known as the Venice of East for its Pristine lakes is among the popular tourist sites in Rajasthan for its rich and vibrant history, fascinating landscapes, and majestic traditions. 

Things to do In Udaipur 


  • Spare a day to visit the beautiful lakes like the Pichola, Fateh Sagar, and Udai Sagar Lake. 
  • Visit the stunning city palace and Monsoon Palace that will give you an insight of the rich culture of the place. 
  • Take out a day to visit the most famous Hindu temple, Jagdish Temple situated just north of the palace. The shire is dedicated to Lord Vishu, which houses stunning cravings and is an iconic landmark in the city. 


Jodhpur, the second-largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan is a popular destination among international tourists for its astounding palaces and forts. Jodhpur called the blue city for its blue-painted buildings, is located at the edge of the Thar Desert, has plenty of appealing sites. Your trip to Rajasthan would be incomplete without visiting the largest fort in Rajasthan “the Mehranghar Fort” that overlooks the city.  

Things to do in Jodhpur   

  • Stroll along the streets in the hunt for a blue building 
  • Dine at the Indique Restaurant, Pal Haveli from where you will get the perfect view of Meghrangarh Forth bathed in gorgeous light at the sunset. 
  • Don’t miss the stunning Umaid Bhavan Palace, Mandore Graden, and Jaswant Thada. 


Sand dues, lakes, hills, forest, and the famous Brahma Temple is what Pushkar, has bestowed for you. It is a quaint little town around Pushkar Lake. Pushkar is astonishingly brilliant as the city engulfs you in its peaceful vibes, charm, and serenity. 

Things to do in Pushkar 


  • Pushkar is home to a rare Brahman Temple and your trip to the city would be incomplete without visiting the shire. Do not forget to catch the glimpse of magnificent evening aarti and take a dip in the holy Pushkar lake. 
  • Check out the colorful annual Camel Fair. 
  • Stroll through the labyrinth of alleys and lanes, explore its bazaars, temples, and Ghats to discover the magic of tranquillity.


Jaisalmer, situated in the heart of the Thar Desert, is known as the Golden City for its beautiful sun-soaked sand dunes, royal palaces, rich cultures and lively forts. The enchanting architect, the mystery of the air will give you a sense of being part of “Arabian Nights” with tales of desert, camel and everything exotic, which makes it the best Rajasthan Tourism Destination. 

Things to do in Jaisalmer 

  • Take a camel safari to the Sam sand and dunes and camp overnight to experience the adorable starry night 
  • Stay in a fort or Haveli to experience royalty 
  • Explore the ancient market street and chill out at Gadsisar lake 

From its buzzing clean roads to the hospitality of smiling locals a trip to Rajasthan's best destination will definitely leave you with some good unforgettable memories. Don’t miss a chance to visit the place at any cost. The most suitable time to visit Rajasthan is from October to February. 

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