Rajasthan being the largest state in India is difficult to cover in a short trip. Added with this is the rich cultural diversity and glorious history which makes it even tougher to travel all the important places.
Hawa Mahal: A palace of architectural brilliance, Hawamahal is a must see place no matter how short your trip is! With a spell bound design and breath taking beauty, Hawamahal attracts thousands of tourists every year.
A visit to the Bhangarh fort: Ever spend a holiday trip in a haunted place? If no, then do it this time! Visit Bhangarh fort which is credited to be the most haunted place in India and take back some never fading memories with you.
Tour to the Ranthambore National Park: A visit to the Ranthambore National Park is a must only because the place will give you stories you want to take back home. The Jungle Safari, witnessing the wild life so closely and the peaceful environment that you will not find in the hush bush of the city you may come from.
Spend a day in Bundi: Walk through the narrow lanes, and old forts and palaces and get a glimpse of the past.
Jantar Mantar: No matter you love astronomy or not a visit to this place will make you realize how rich the ancient India’s astronomical knowledge was!
Jaisalmer Fort: Listed among the world heritage sites, the Jaisalmer fort is situated at the centre of the city. Spend an evening witnessing one of the most beautiful sunsets in the country.
Trekking in Udaipur: Famous as the lake city, Udaipur also is popular for forts, temples and huge palaces. The scenic beauty coupled with the rich cultural heritage makes this a perfect place to spend quality time. If you seek to have a unique experience during your tour then go for trekking along the green mountains of Udaipur.
Experience a puppet show: The puppets of Rajasthan are linked with the identity of the state and needless to say spending some time at a puppet show during your stay is a must do activity.
Shopping local items: Starting from bangles and traditional clothes to handicrafts and souvenirs you will be spoilt for choice while shopping in this amazingly culturally diverse Indian state. Bring home some memories of your tour in the form of local items.
Attend a fair: Depending on the time of the year you are traveling you are likely to get some fair/festivals or the other. Each of the fairs is different from others and has its own importance. So if you are lucky enough to attend any of these, DO NOT miss! A few of the famous fairs and festivals are Pushkar Camel fair, Elephant festival, Bundi Festival, Kite festival, Mewar festival, Summer and winter festivals of Mount Abu and so on…