Rajasthan is one of the most-visited parts of India that exudes old-world charm, opulence, and royalty. The state takes pride in being a home of the mighty Rajputs which has a rich marital history. Rajasthan has so much to offer – from the never-ending dunes of the Thar desert to the historic Shekhawati region, and religious places.
Although, when travelers think of planning a holiday in Rajasthan Tour Packages, the most popular destinations in their plan are Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Jaisalmer. But there are so many more places to go! The blog comprises some hidden gems that are not only less crowded but also showcase the colorful culture and rich history of Rajasthan. It is one state where you can keep going back for more and discover something new every time!
Located in the heart of the Thar Desert between the cities of Jodhpur and Jaisalmer, Manvar is a hidden gem of the state. It is famous for those who want to really experience the grandeur of the desert but in crowd-free comfort and luxury. Enjoy a camel ride in the desert of Manvar and stay back there for an amazing overnight stay.
Best time to visit – Winter is the best time to visit Manvar as the summer months from May to July are really hot in the desert.
Planning a vacation trip to Dungarpur is an exciting excursion, exotic location, fabulous festival, and lots of fun on the 30 Days Rajasthan Tour Package. Dungarpur is a city that lies in the southernmost part of Rajasthan. It is the city of “Dungars” or hills, which is home to various ancient tribal cultures, some of them believed to be extinct.
Best time to visit – Dungarpur can be best explored in the months of October to March when the climate is moderately cold.
Rawla Narlai –
Located in the southernmost part of Rajasthan, Rawla Narlai is a 17th-century old fortress located beneath a massive 350 feet high rock. The fort is now a heritage hotel and captures what a 17th-century villa would be like. If you are traveling Udaipur to Jodhpur Taxi, then Narlai is a great stopover for a night or two.
Best time to visit – The best time to visit Narlai is during the winter months of October to March when the climate remains cool.
Mandawa is a town in the Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan and is located 190 kms north of Jaipur. The city is an important part of Shekhawati Rajputs. The most famous tourist attraction in Mandawa is Mandawa Fort founded in the 18th century by Thakur Nawal Singh. Today this fort is a heritage hotel and the hospitality here gives you an amazing experience of its legacy.
Best time to Visit – October to March are the best time to visit Mandawa
An ancient town of Osian (pronounced as Osiyan) is located in the Jodhpur district. An oasis in the Thar Desert has been known as the Khajuraho of Rajasthan for its temples. The greatest attraction in Osian is the ancient temples with their magnificent architecture. While Desert Camping in Jodhpur with Osian, you can visit Kali Temple, Sachiya Mata Temple, Vishnu Temple, Shiv Mandir, and Pippala Devi Temple.
Best Time to Visit – The months of October to March are great to visit Osian
Bundi is a city in the Hadoti region. It is famous for its ornate forts, palaces, and stepwell reservoirs are known as baoris. The monuments exhibit the fine architectural beauty of Bundi. Places to visit in Bundi are Taragarh Fort, Bundi Palace, Nawal Sagar, Dugari Fort, Gudha Dam, Kedareshwar Dham, and more.
Best time to visit – The best time to visit Bundi is the months of October to March in the winter season.
Set on the shores of Pushkar Lake, Pushkar is one of the oldest existing cities in the country. It is often known as Tirth Raj – The King of Pilgrimage Sites. The Brahma Temple in Pushkar is the most important temple that fascinates tourists with its architectural design and mythologic stories. Some of the best places to visit in Pushkar are Brahma Temple, Varaha Temple, Apteshwar Mahadev Temple, Savitri Temple, etc.
Best time to visit – Winter months are good to plan Pushkar Tour Package. So, you must plan a visit to Pushkar between the months of November and March. During these months you can also wish to attend Pushkar Fair, check out the dates in advance accordingly.
Rajasthan has been amazingly attracting the attention of tourists over the last few years. It is a vast landscape with its own unique culture, picturesque locations, and grand palaces. There is so much to explore beyond the big cities with many mysterious legends associated with every part of the state.