A state like no other, cities like no other, food like no other’s, and heritage like no other.
Yes, that is Rajasthan for you. With the charm of old times, wilderness bringing out the best of nature, royalty dripping from every nook and corner, and food to be licked off of every finger, Rajasthan has so much to offer to the travelers and the tourists.
We take it you’re a traveler. Therefore, we have created an ideal bucket list for when you visit the royal vibrant state of Rajasthan to swear by.
Let Rajasthan mesmerize you and make you never want to leave.
- Experiencing the charm of the golden era.
Relive the era of royalty in Rajasthan.
Walk along the corridors of Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur and drink in the opulence of the city palace in the pink city of Jaipur.
Rajasthan brims with lofty forts, spectacular palaces, and colossal havelis.
A trip to Rajasthan must have a visit to these gems of the golden history of India added to the bucket list. Don’t you think?
Also, if you’re into adventurous stuff, a visit to Bhangarh Fort is a must. The eerie silence might get to your head, but then again, what is a Rajasthan tour if not a visit to all of its prices possessions.
- Get blown away by the hospitality of the locals
There’s something extremely homely about the local people of Rajasthan.
Brace yourself to be invited over and get pampered by the families living in Rajasthan.
Did you know they are known for their hospitality and big hearts?
Well, explore the streets, engage in conversations and you might as well get to see that for yourself.
Be that as it may, we hope you get lucky enough to be invited over for lunch or something.
Trust us, their food is to die for.
- Get the wildling in you out and about!
Get going and venture into the rugged lands and barren trees of Ranthambore in Rajasthan.
The Ranthambore national park will give you the luxury to spot a tiger while your friends crush on the beauty of a plethora of exotic birds soaring high up in the sky.
Let yourself loose and explore the wilderness of the park followed by a quick visit to the ruins of Ranthambore Fort.
The majestic fort will leave you awe-inspired by its strength and the stories of past when the rulers and the kinds went hunting within its territory.
- Country roads, take me home!
If it is any consolation, Rajasthan has an incredible circuit of roads.
At you a road tripper?
Well, in that case, you can’t go wrong with Rajasthan and it’s super smooth highway roads to the land of the kings and queens.
Try a circuit from Jaisalmer to Udaipur and Jodhpur on road and you’ll understand what we’re trying to tell you. The roads dotted with vendors and vibrant colors of Rajasthan’s culture and heritage are a pure delight to drive through.
Go road tripping, already.
- Fill in my tummy with yummy!
If you didn’t know it already, let us tell you that Rajasthan and delicious food are absolutely synonymous. With the delectable Dal Bari Churma and Ker Sangri in Jaisalmer to the Mirchi ka Badas in Jodhpur, Rajasthan will leave your taste buds begging for more.
Also, do make it a point to get your taste buds tingling with the traditional and authentic Rajasthani cuisine at the mock village of Chowki Dhani. The dance and the music accompanying the food in a folk ambiance will be just what you need to rejuvenate.
Thank us later.
- Drown in the vibrancy of the Pushkar Mela
An annual 3-day event that happens in the town of Pushkar should be at the top of your bucket list.
Pushkar fair is a celebration of culture, heritage, and business all together. The grandeur of the fair can be best felt by witnessing the famous camel race and folk dancers from all over Rajasthan.
The vendors sell exciting things and make money out of the same. It wouldn’t hurt to indulge in a thing or two. Furthermore, you can even try decorating camels on your own. They are all decked up and so Instagram-worthy.
Also, in the month of Kartik, you can be one of the many who witnesses a thousand shimmering lamps being floated in the lake. For more information, check out our Pushkar Mela blog. You won’t be disappointed.
- Flying high with the birds.
The Keoladev Bird Sanctuary is beautiful regret where you can roam around cycling while marveling at the beauty of a variety of exotic birds.
Are you into bird watching?
This should be your go-to place if you are. Also, make sure to visit between the months of November and January, when it’s a grand bird show up in the sky.
The boulevard and the pathways of this sanctuary are calling you. Book your tickets to Bharatpur in Rajasthan already.
- Float in royalty
It is no secret that Jodhpur is your very own Venice of the east. With the very beautiful Pichola Lake embraces by the Aravalli hills in the background, it is only right to take a boat ride and float in its grandeur.
The famous Jal Mahal or Water Palace smacked right in the middle of the lake is a treat to the eyes. Bask in its glory and marvel at its architecture while you float.
The charm of Udaipur doesn’t end there.
With places like Jagdish Temple, the city palace and the Fatehsagar Lake, this one gives you all the more reason to include it in your bucket list.
- Camp under the stars
Well, this one needs no explanation. Now, does it?
Bask in the breeze in the famous Thar Desert in Jaisalmer only to come back to your tent for a night stay amidst the beauty of nature.
Witness breathtaking sundown followed by the sight of a million twinkling stars on a clear night.
Yes, keep your cameras ready. Oh, and by the way, the local artists performing folk dances on the folk just make your trip better. Lastly, do immerse yourself in the beauty of a spectacular sunrise the next morning.
- Pampering done right.
All you shopaholics, brace yourselves.
The traditional bazaars of Rajasthan brimming with colors and hues are very much capable of making you lose your mind.
From the blue pottery of Jaipur to the colorful Bhandej, Rajasthani Bazaars are a collection of everything attractive and worth buying.
Take back a lot of souvenirs in the forms of Jaipuri bedcovers, Rajasthani Mojris and more.
Shopping never hurt anybody, did it?
Rajasthan is calling and you should get your tickets booked right away.
Your bucket list is ready and if you need to add some more exciting things and destinations of Rajasthan to visit, you are very much welcome to do so. Not To Miss Attractions In Rajasthan Travel Guide.