5 things you must do on a trip to Rajasthan

Rajasthan, nestled in the north-west corner of India, is one of the most intriguing, historic and mesmerizing holiday-cum-wedding destinations in the world. Rajasthan tourism board registers countless footfalls from both Indian and foreign tourists. If you are wondering how to make the most of your trip, then here are 5 special things you must do in Rajasthan:

i.    Setting up a rendezvous with history: You cannot escape the eye of the history when you are visiting Rajasthan. The palaces, the forts and the old havelis will just take your breath away. Some popular historical hot spots you should visit under Rajasthan tour packages are Mehrangarh Fort, Amber Fort and Palace, Jaisalmer Fortress, Hawa Mahal and City Palace.

ii.    Saying hello to the tiger: If you are a wildlife freak, then dare not miss out on visiting Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary where you can meet the ferocious yellow-and-black stripped creatures. Thanks to these tigers, the popularity of Rajasthan tourism has further accentuated.

iii.    Walking into the fairs: Rajasthan is a state which wears its culture on its sleeves often baring it exposed for flaunting it during the fairs & festivals which are annually organized. Apart from getting entertained, these fairs would open your eyes to a beautiful and largely quaint culture.

iv.    Enjoying a boat ride on Lake Pichola: If you step into Udaipur, then make sure to take a romantic ferry ride on the mesmeric Lake Pichola!

v.    Visiting the Dilwara Jain Temple: Most Rajasthan tour packages also include a visit to the famed Jain Temples of Dilwara at the scenic hillside town of Mount Abu. You will love the architecture, the historic touché and the religious ambience!


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