Rajasthan Travel Guide

Rajasthan the Desert State of India is among the most favored destinations for tourists who wish to enjoy the scattered charm of nature, culture and preserved heritage of bygone era of Raja and Maharaja. These diversities blessed this land with a number of destinations, which enthrall tourists during their Rajasthan Tour. The Rajasthan Travel Guide provides comprehensive information about Rajasthan Tourism based on which tourists can choose their destinations to enjoy the scattered beauty of nature as well as culture.

Rajasthan tourist attractions revolve around the charm of rippling sand dunes, majestic forts, grand palaces, vibrant culture, colorful fairs and festivals.

Some of the most sought after tourist attractions of Rajasthan Tourism are

Rajasthan Forts

This is among the known attractions of Rajasthan Tour famous across the globe for its architectural beauty, rugged exterior and well adorned interiors. Forts of Rajasthan are the best way to experience the leftover legacies of Raja and Maharaja. Rajasthan forts are not only famed as royal residence but also protected many kingdoms from invaders and attackers. Though this state has an array of forts yet the Chittaurgarh Fort and Mehrangarh Fort are most stupendous one. These two forts are renowned across the globe for its magnificent design and decorations. Some of the other well-known Rajasthan Forts are Junagadh (Bikaner), Amber, Taragarh and Jaigarh.

Rajasthan Palaces

The sculpted beauty, elegant interiors and elaborate design make Rajasthan Palaces famous among tourists. These palaces were the residence of royal dynasties, which are known across the globe for its royal comforts and eloquent luxury. Though this state has number of palaces challenging each other in terms of design and decorations yet the charm of the Lake Palace Udaipur is unparallel. It is among the most beautiful and romantic palaces in the world arising out of the azure water of the Pichola Lake. The second most famous palace is Hawa Mahal Jaipur known across the globe for its 953 small windows, popularly known as ‘Jharokhas’ which are adorned latticework. Some of the other popular palaces are Umaid Bhavan (Jodhpur) and City Palace (Jaipur and Udaipur).

Rajasthan Wildlife Sanctuaries

Wildlife reserves are popular attractions of Rajasthan Tourism famous for its exotic collections of flora, fauna and avifauna species. Rajasthan wildlife safaris are the best way to experience the wilderness of nature. During safari tourists gets an opportunity to see beautiful landscapes and exotic breed of flora, fauna and avifauna species. Some of the world renowned Rajasthan Wildlife Sanctuaries are Ranthambore National Park, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Sariska, Sajjangarh, Kumbhalgarh and Mount Abu.