Best Tourist Places of Rajasthan during Winter Holidays. Rajasthan which is considered as ruler’s royal abode is a paradise for art lovers and travel enthusiasts. With the advent of winter, the otherwise hot state of Rajasthan offers a pleasant climate to explore the favorable environs of the royal state. With the myriad of attractive and exciting places exhibiting a different shade of Rajasthan, exploring the “land Of Kings” will be perfect during winters. Book Rajasthan Holidays as the best time to explore the attractions and indulge in various activities is winters that last from November to February.
Jaipur: Lovingly known as the Pink City, Jaipur is considered as Paris of India. The virtual gateway of Rajasthan is at its best during winters. Enjoying the view of Maota Lake while elephant ride in Amber Fort and don’t forget shopping in the vibrant markets of Jaipur which are paradise for shopaholics. Buy the best of bandhini work, silver jewels, blue pottery and mojaries from these markets. Explore the other enchanting attractions like Jal Mahal palace also known as Water palace nesting beautifully on Man Sagar Lake, Shri Govind Deo Ji temple and much more during Jaipur Sightseeing Tour. Winters also bring the most awaited glam as Jaipur literature festival during the month of January which is also considered as “The greatest literary show on Earth” celebrates the best of literary works from all across the globe. Catch the glimpses of various celebrities and authors here.
Ranthambore National Park: While witnessing the architectural marvels of Rajasthan is quite an experience, Rajasthan Wildlife Safari is altogether a different experience which you surely don’t want to miss during Rajasthan Tour which you can witness the most exalted wild creature, Tiger, basking in sun Winters is great time to see the exotic wildlife enjoying in the lush greenery of Rajasthan. The wild animals can be seen enjoying the pleasant climate of the otherwise uncomfortably hot state. Exploring the Flora and Fauna in the lap of Mother Nature can be experienced while Ranthambore tour
Udaipur: The charm of Rajasthan, Udaipur, looks like a place from the beautiful fairy tales. Overlooking Pichola Lake is the magnificent City Palace which shows the finest styles of Rajputana and Mughal architecture. Lake Palace, lying amidst the Pichola Lake, is a white marble palace with the eye-catching grandeur which can be accessed by a jetty ride on Pichola Lake. Overlooking the Fateh Sagar Lake is Maharana Pratap Memorial, which is dedicated to Maharana Pratap Singh a gallant Rajput ruler of Mewar. Bagore Ki Haweli of Udaipur is one fine example of Rajputana splendid architecture.
Pushkar: Pushkar is quite unlike any other towns of Rajasthan. The town curls around the Pushkar Lake which are believed to be originated from the lotus flower dropped by Lord Brahma. Apart from being the renowned Hindu pilgrimage, the city celebrates the annual camel fair during winters where livestock is traded. The world’s largest camel fair also known as Pushkar Fair is the prominent tourist destination under Book Rajasthan tour Packages. You can catch the glances of natives finely dressed in traditional clothes. The turban headed men, the women wearing beautiful ethnic outfits and the livestock adorned with silver and beaded jewelry adds a colorful delight in the most happening fair of Rajasthan.
Jaisalmer: Camel safari in Rajasthan on the golden sand of Thar Desert is a quintessential part of Rajasthan Desert Tour during winters. Jaisalmer is truly a doorway to the magical Thar Desert. Extended with the sand dunes, Thar Desert looks like a treasure box of golden gems. Notable for its occupied fort, The Golden Fort, Jaisalmer is peppered with splendid Havelis amongst which Patwon-Ki-Haweli is a must watch. Indulge in the rare activities like camel polo and camel races during the Annual desert festival in Jaisalmer where the whole desert comes alive with the shades of Rajasthan’s culture. Enjoy the delectable cuisines of Rajasthan along with buying the artifacts, handicrafts and souvenirs from the vibrant stalls of the festival.
Mount Abu: A cultural extravaganza adorned with mesmerizing dance performances on folk songs, concerts, competitions and colorful fireworks is ‘The Winter Festival of Mount Abu’, the only hill station of the deserted state of Rajasthan. An ode to Rajasthan’s culture, the ambiance of the Mount Abu becomes more charismatic when a large number of lamps float on the Nakki Lake which makes the place looks like a land from beautiful stories.
Remember the following things that need to be remembered while you Explore Rajasthan Tour Packages.
When you are visiting a temple, mosque, gurudwara then you need to cover your head by scarf.
Dressing sense matters in India so it is important that you wear decent clothes.
The traffic in India is insane so you need to walk or drive here carefully. The best option is to choose Car Rental in Rajasthan so that you can travel anywhere hassle free. You are provided a car with an experienced driver who ensure your trip to be safe. You are free to
travel anywhere. It doesn’t matter you are traveling for leisure or business purpose. For luxury seekers, the best option is Mercedes-S-Class Car Rental which takes you on ride with style.
Recently, some crime cases have occurred against women so it is suggested to protect yourself from such mishappenings. Do not trust anybody blindly. Do follow the map and locations while traveling with strangers.
To know more about the lifestyle and culture of Rajasthan, you can plan your Trip to Rajasthan during the festive seasons. Festivals like Teej, Kite festival, Gangaur, Diwali are celebrated with so much fun and enthusiasm.
If you travel in public transports like train, metro train or bus then it is expected that it may be over crowded. It is quite common in Rajasthan as well as at other places.