Rajasthan presents you with opulent heritage and a kaleidoscope of colours. The experience here is still rooted in the glorious eras of the past.
An extremely popular destination for tourists from all across the world, it is important to take the most of its history and culture when you visit this place. Let’s take a look at these 7 travel tips that will help you plan your trip:
Duration: Though the land of Rajputana is divided into segments, each having a tale of its own, it is necessary to know the number of days you are going to spend here, and then plan accordingly.
Best season: Yes, the state is as hot as you have heard of it. While summers have their own charm here, the best time to visit any place in Rajasthan is in winters, between October to March.
Accommodation: The state still boasts of well-maintained palaces and havelis, few of which have been turned into hotels you must stay at least once at.
Travel: If you are well versed with the local dialects, or know a bit of Hindi, you can easily opt for local transportation. Leaving no stone unturned to make your journey luxurious, many cities also have airports, and you can always hire a private car, drive down in your own, or take a train.
Sightseeing: The cultural heritage here is simply breathtaking. You can choose from palaces, forts, temples, lakes, rivers, to animal & bird sanctuaries for sightseeing.
Food heaven: Rajasthan offers some rich and classic food that still use the age-old recipes.
Shopping: Every city in this world offers a piece of itself through the markets and Rajasthan is no exception. Colourful clothes & jewellery, artefacts, shoes, food items, the list of specialties is never ending here.
The best way to explore Rajasthan is to keep some time for everything listed here. And even if you miss out on anything, the hospitality will surely keep calling you back for more!