Rajasthan is one of the favorite tourist destinations in India. Well, there are a lot of destinations to witness in Rajasthan. You can discover snake charmers, Banjaras, elephants, camels, deserts, palaces, forts, and much more in Rajasthan. It is said that Rajasthan has always packed some surprising views and experiences for the tourists. If you are planning to visit Rajasthan, then don’t forget to witness the beauty of below-mentioned areas.
- Jaisalmer Fort –
This fort is listed in the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. It is also one of the largest heritage forts in the world. It is named after the Rajput ruler – Rawal Jaisal. As it is located in the heart of the city, it is also termed as a Golden fort.
- Pushkar –
Pushkar is popularly known as Pushkar Mela on the banks of Pushkar Lake. It hosts the largest camel fairs in the world, and thus the tourists from different corners of the world prefer to visit Pushkar. The Pushkar fair is conducted in between October and November, so it is recommended to have a visit at that time.
- Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur –
This Palace is one of the largest private residences in the world. It is named after Maharaja Umaid Singh, who represents the Royal Family of Jodhpur. At present, his grandson Gaj Singh looks after the palace and its maintenance. Even Hotel Taj is also associated with this huge palace. Apart from 347 rooms, this palace also represents a museum in its boundary. As it is constructed with stones from Chittar Hill, it is also termed as Chittar palace.
Lake Pichola –
This Lake is an artificial lake, which was created under the supremacy of Maharana Lakha. As it is situated near Picholi village, it got its name after that. The lake includes two islands named – Jag Mandir and Jag Niwas. Because of beautiful and scenic view of Lake and green hills in the background, Udaipur was founded on its Bank.
- JAL Mahal –
It is also known as “water palace,” and it is located just at the center of Man Sagar Lake. Maharaja Jai Singh renovated and enlarged the JAL Mahal in the 18th century. The Lake is located between Jaipur & Amer and covers an area of around 300 acres. So, on one side you can witness the bustling city of Jaipur while on the other side, you can watch those ancient forts and temples of Amer.
- Hawa Mahal –
This is also known as the palace of winds. In 1799, Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh built this five-story palace with 953 windows, so that the Royal women can witness the view of the city, through the windows.
Well, there are many other tourists’ spots in Rajasthan, which include Jantar Mantar observatory, Amber Palace, The city palace, Keoladeo National park, Dilwara Jain temples, Chittorgarh fort, and others. Make sure that your Rajasthan tour packages include all these tourists’ spots. It is recommended to avail tour services from reputed travel and tour agencies in Rajasthan.