Rajasthan is one of the most visited states in India and it should be, Because when a traveler think about India and things comes to his / her mind you will find everything here in Rajasthan. For example Forts, Desert, Snakes, Elephants, and rich culture with a lot of traditions. Rajasthan have everything so if you really want to see real India than Rajasthan must be high on your bucket list. Rajasthan is a big state and have lots of places to visit which needs so much time here i m trying to combined some best places to visit which should not be missed when you are in India.


Rajasthan is a northern state of India. Biggest in terms of land one of the strongest state in terms of culture and traditions in India. Its palaces and forts are reminders of the many kingdoms that historically vied for the region.

These are the Best places to visit in Rajasthan in your next trip:


1.  JAIPUR : Capital City of Rajasthan known as Pink City is most visiting city in Rajasthan and also makes a “Golden Triangle with Delhi and Agra” which is quite famous among the travelers. Jaipur has lots of to offer like Forts, Temples, Museums, Shopping, delicious Cuisine and many more. Amber Fort is one of the finest fort in Rajasthan it will give some stunning view from its top. Weapons collection in City Palace Museum is awesome. Jantar Mantar is still working astronomical place. How can we forget Hawa Mahal which is must visit in Jaipur and do not forget to try some shopping in Johri Bazaar. Accommodation options are unlimited in Jaipur you can stay in a budget hotel or you can go for heritage properties which gives you a royal feel. Check out best places to visit in Jaipur.

Amber Fort Lake Jaipur, Rajasthan
Amber Fort Lake Jaipur

2. UDAIPUR : City of Lakes and also known as one of the romantic city of India. Main attractions of the city is Lake Pichola and Fateh Sagar Lake. You can have a awesome sunset view at lake Pichola. Beside these lakes City Palace is also worth visiting. Sajjan Garh (Mansoon Palace) will give you some amazing views of the city. Here also you can have a royal stay with palace which are converted in hotels.

A View of Fateh Sagar Lake, Udaipur, Rajasthan
A View of Fateh Sagar Lake

3. JODHPUR :  Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan and known as a “Blue City” also for its painted blue house which you can see from Mehrangarh fort easily. Like all most of the cities of Rajasthan Jodhpur also offer you some of the best royal hotels to stay. Places like Mehrangarh Fort and Umaid Bhavan,  palace Must visiting in the city.

A View of Jodhpur, Rajasthan
A View of Jodhpur

4. JAISALMER : City also known as “Golden City” because it lies in heart of Thar desert. City was build as a walled city in 1156 which makes it biggest fort in the world. Most of the part of city is golden sand which also was used to build the architecture of the city. Visit this city for some of the beautiful forts and amazing desert. Desert camping in winters is one of the awesome experience in this city.

Jaisalmer Fort (Image Credit Koshy Koshy)
Jaisalmer Fort (Image Credit Koshy Koshy)

5. BIKANER : City Known for its Forts and Sweets. Bikaner is the place where you can taste orignal Rajasthani food. Main attractions of the city is old town which lies in a walled boundry and Fort. The famous Temple like Karni Mata Rate Temple and Laxmi Nath Temple also worth visiting. Bikaner is still less commercialised city of Rajasthan so you can really feel real Rajasthan here.

Junagarh Fort Bikaner (Image Credit Nagarajun)
Junagarh Fort Bikaner (Image Credit Nagarajun)

6. PUSHKAR : City is very much known for its Camel Fair which held in the month of November every year. This Fair attaractes lot of people from all over the world. In Fair you can also enjoy Camel race and traditional dance of Rajasthan. Pushkar is also known for its temples and holy lake.Pushkar is quite popular among backpackers in Rajasthan because accommodation is very cheap here and city is peaceful.

Pushkar (Image Credit Bjorn Ognibeni)
Pushkar (Image Credit Bjorn Ognibeni)

7. CHITTORGARH : The City also known as Chittor. This ancient city of Rajasthan is home to different palaces, Temples and forts which shows some really good modern architectural designs and artistic mastery. Major attraction of the city is Chittorgarh Fort, which is biggest fort of India. This city will really give a feel of royal life and style of Rajasthan.

Chittorgarh Fort (Image Credit Ramnath Bhat)
Chittorgarh Fort (Image Credit Ramnath Bhat)

8. MOUNT ABU : Mount Abu is the only Hill station in the state of Rajasthan. The place is like a retreat for the people of Rajasthan and near by who are fed up with sun. Lush green surrounding and picnic spots makes Mount Abu a perfect weekend destination for people in near by. Nakki Lake and most famous Dilwara Jain Temple also makes this place worth visiting.

Nakki Lake Mount Abu (Image Credit Koshy Koshy)
Nakki Lake Mount Abu (Image Credit Koshy Koshy)

9. RANTHAMBORE NATIONAL PARK (SAWAI MADHOPUR) : Ranthambore National Park is one of the biggest park in India located in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, which is about 130 km form Jaipur. It is one of the best palace to spot tigers in India. This being is very popular and its facing too many tourists. Inside the park you will also find a fort which makes it more interesting.

Tiger in Ranthambore (Image Credit Devesh Jagatram)
Tiger in Ranthambore (Image Credit Devesh Jagatram)

10 : AJMER : Place is very much popular for Dargah (The Mausoleum) of Sufi Saint Khwaja Moin-ud-Din Chishti. People of all Religion from all over the India visit the Dargah. Beside the that Ajmer also have some places like Ajmer Museum, Taragarh Fort, Ana Sagar Lake and Mayo College.

Adhai-din-ka jhompra Ajmer (image Credit Varun Shiv Kapur)
Adhai-din-ka jhompra Ajmer (image Credit Varun Shiv Kapur)

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Danish Akhtar

Hey, my name is Danish Akhtar and welcome to my website. I have been traveling the world since 2012 and finally decided in October 2015 to make this website to share my experiences around the world. I hope to not only give you tips, tricks and my personal insight for your own travel but save you time and money when you travel next So a little about my story, I was born in Nagina, a small town in Utter Pradesh India. I Passed out from University of Delhi in 2012 and decided that I needed to get some sort of career in that I can travel the world and could earn some smart amount. So that I m here working as assistant manager in a travel company beside that writing my experience of travelling which can help people.



A very nice and informative post…

Danish Akhtar

Thank you…

Nida Khan

such a beautiful and informative post…


PUSHKAR looks absolutely amazing! Although I visited India in February this year, I didn’t manage to visit it. Maybe next time!

    Danish Akhtar

    Yes Agness Pushkar is amazing and very peaceful you should visit it…


Wow..looks like you have covered Rajasthan comprehensively. We are yet to visit many of these place but we totally absolutely love the places we have been to so far in Rajasthan

    Danish Akhtar

    Ya neha rajasthan is such a amazing state. It’s full of history and beautiful architecture.

Vaibhav Singh

Thanks for sharing good information about the best amazing places to visit in rajasthan…..such a nice blog…..This is amazing place with historical monuments and rich traditional culture

    Danish Akhtar

    Thanks vaibhav for giving your time to read this post…

Radhika Verma

Wow, You have share such a great information about Rajasthan…..


You have shared superb information’s. Rajasthani folk dance, which incorporates elements like balancing pots on the head, can be best witnessed at Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandal at Udaipur. It is extremely enjoyable for kids and women.

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