Rajasthan is famous for many reasons – breath-taking palaces, sand dunes, camels, mouth-watering cuisine and temperatures fluctuations that will give you mental whiplash.
Locals and travel experts recommend the period post August as the ideal time to visit Rajasthan. Summers are scorching whereas it is perfect to visit this beautiful state during the fall, when the temperatures are down!
And that’s why today we give you 5 reasons why you should head to Rajasthan this winter:
Neemrana, Rajasthan: Heart of the Golden Royal Triangle of Rajasthan
Owing to the beauty and luxury of the grand Neemrana Fort Palace, the Rajasthani beauty has become one of the most popular places to visit in India in winter
Bundi, Rajasthan: Royal oasis in the culturally-rich state
Looking for tranquillity but culturally rich getaways in Rajasthan? Then you must visit Bundi. The town of beautiful palaces and stout forts comes with volumes of historical significance and associated legends. And the surrounding Aravalis and water bodies confirm that it’s one of the best places to visit in India in winter.
Quad Biking in Jaisalmer
This is for all those adrenaline junkies out there who are looking for some adventure amidst sand dunes. This is your chance. Winter is considered to be one of the best times in Rajasthan and quad biking becomes even more thrilling when the sun isn’t scorching down upon you.
Desert Safari Camp
Located amidst the beautiful Thar Desert in Sam Sand Dunes and offers a luxurious stay to its guests with all the modern amenities, the camps here are extraordinary from anything you have ever experienced before, with all the modern amenities in a tranquil setting. Know more about such interesting things to do in Rajasthan with SOTC Holidays.
Dining under the moonlight
One of the things you can experience during your trip to Rajasthan is dining under the moonlight. Away from the hustle and bustle of the concrete jungles you have been living in, there are plenty of restaurants that offer such a delightful evening, including Udaipur and Jaisalmer during winter.
Now that you know, book your tour with SOTC’s Rajasthan tour packages, create the perfect itinerary you have always dreamed of, for Rajasthan and enjoy the mildly cold temperatures there whilst exploring every nook and cranny of Rajasthan without burning up.
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