Rajasthan is the land of Desert, camels elephant, colors dances folk music and serene culture. The land is highly talked among the visitors for its lavish and varied way of extended hospitality making it the most exciting and memorable trip.
We have identified the best 9 things to do in Rajasthan which should not be missed to visit in the month from November, December, January or February.
Best Things to do in Rajasthan During Winter Season
Rajasthan enjoys a tropical climate throughout the year where winters are usually sunny and chill. The best time to visit is in winters to do many adventurous and tantalizing things to do while exploring the magnificent and illustrious Rajasthan.
1. Visit Forts
Don’t miss to visit Forts, Rajasthan is the land of Forts and Palaces. All the big cities of Rajasthan have grandeur and illustrious history entailed in their forts and palaces. visiting forts such as Amer Fort, Jaigarh Fort in Jaipur, Bundi Fort in Bundi, City Palace in Jaipur and Udaipur are some of the best things to do in Rajasthan
2. Visit Chokhi Dhani
visit Chokhi Dhani to have a brief understanding is Rajasthani culture. Visiting Chokhi Dhani during your stay in Jaipur is to get a mocked set up of Rajasthan village tradition and lifestyle in the most natural way. Enjoy the traditional Rajasthani Dal Bati Churma served in the warmest reception.
3. Enjoy Camel Riding
The bumpy Camel riding is only possible in the land of Desert. The ship of the desert is the most common animal of Rajasthan and is bread earner of many homes in the villages. The exclusive Camel fair is held in Pushkar every year which is internationally recognized and has lots of tourists visiting it every year. Don’t forget to enjoy the bumpy camel ride in Pushkar, Chokhi Dhani, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur city.
4. Enjoy Wildlife Safaris
Wildlife safari in Rajasthan is possible at many places. Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is the most popular among them because of the highest population of tigers and easy spotting of them in most natural habitat. Sariska tiger reserve, Bharatpur wildlife sanctuary are few more places to do the adventurous trip in Rajasthan. The weather also makes it more comfortable to spend long hours in the jungle.
5. Enjoy bonfire camps in Jaisalmer
In the winter Jaisalmer organizes many camps and events on sand dunes. Jaisalmer is also one of the popular destinations to celebrate the new year in December. The stay in the tents around a bonfire enjoying folk dance and music makes it an exclusive and interesting way to spend the chilling nights of winters.
6. Air Balloon Rides
The hot air balloon ride is a perfect way to propose your loved ones. The hot air balloon ride organized in Jaipur, Pushkar is the perfect way to spend a romantic day with your spouses. The couples enjoy the adventurous yet dramatic moments and cherish it for lifelong.
7. Kite Flying Festival
Kite flying festival is celebrated on 14th January every year in the most extravagant and frolic way. The kite flying competition is also held in Jaipur and Jodhpur where tourists from all around the world participate and enjoy the unique kind of competition that celebrates life and harmony.
8. Jaipur Literature Fest
Jaipur Literature Fest is the intellectual forum where profound speakers and writers gather together at Diggi Palace in Jaipur, every year in the month of January to showcase their books and writing. The tourist from all over the world flew down to participate in this gala event and have one on one conversation with the celebrity writers.
9. Vintage Car Rally
Not so Fast and Furious Vintage Car Rally is a unique and exclusive event held in Rajasthan in the month of February when all the proud owners of the vintage cars come together and showcase their beautiful machine in a rally. The event is popular internationally and attracts lots of tourists to spend a day viewing the sumptuous history on the road.
What to do in Rajasthan if I Plan my trip in summers
Summers fall in the month from March to June and are hot and sunny in Rajasthan. The trekking trips on the hills of Aravali range in Mount Abu, the only hill station of Rajasthan, or boating at Fateh Sagar Lake in Udaipur or drenching to escape from scorching heat in Mahi river of Banswara. The adventurous thing to do will surely get you some chilling feet in the skin melting summers.
Trekking uphills and downhills in Jaipur towards Nahargarh fort or in Kumbhalgarh or paving the path of the hilly Mount Abu is the things to do in summers. The early morning trekking either by bike or by walk is the perfect way to view the sunrise of the summer.
11. Boat Rides
Boat Rides give a different kind of pleasure to both kids and adult. The jet boat at Fateh Sagar Lake in Udaipur or paddling boats in Nakki Lake in Mount Abu is the most exciting thing to do with family and kids in summers.
12. Diving from Dams
Diving from Dams can be an interesting and adventurous thing to do to drench yourself to escape from the scorching heat. The Mahi dam over Mahi river in Banswara or Jawahar Sagar Sam over the Chambal river in Kota is beautifully ornate giving a picturesque view and also enjoy the water during summers.
13. Celebrate Holi Festival
Holi festival is celebrated every year in the month of March in the most exquisite style throughout Rajasthan. The colorful celebration in Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaipur, Pushkar are popular for its splendid and royal procession carried by the royal families. Don’t miss to celebrate the frolic festival Holi in Rajasthan if you are visiting Rajasthan in the month of March.
14. Enjoy Nightlife
The nightlife of Jaipur is for young people who want to spend some good nightlife in the summers. Jaipur has the safest and exciting nightlife with good DJs playing amazing music in modern and aesthetic interiors of clubs and lounges.
Best Things to do in Rajasthan during Monsoon
Rajasthan is surrounded by Aravali ranges. During Monsoon the natural lush greenery on the hills of ranges entices the trip to Rajasthan. The zip lining at Mehrangarh fort or Kumbhalgarh fort, or spending calm and peaceful time with family on the banks of Pichola lakes Is the best way to spend your holidays in the month of August and September in Rajasthan.
Ziplining will not only add some adrenaline rush but will also spellbound you with the beautiful landscape view from the top. Enjoy the safe zipLining at Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur or Kumbhalgarh Fort near Udaipur or at Neemrana fort in Neemrana, during Rajasthan tour in monsoon.
16. Enjoy Exotic Rajasthani Meal
Having an exotic meal at lake palace or Amrapali is again the romantic way of spending a day in Rajasthan. The lake view from these places while having a candle night dinner is so romantic for the couples that tantalize to keep it as their wedding destination.
Enjoy the authentic spicy snacks of Rajasthan in monsoon. The cuisine of Rajasthan is spicy and ambush your taste buds with many flavors. The spicy Dal Kachori, Dal Pakode, Samosa are few more spicy snacks easily available street food, popular among people of Rajasthan. Don’t miss to indulge in such pleasure guilt,
Apart from these, there are few unique and offbeat things to do in Rajasthan that will keep you spellbound during the trip and will leave you double take on its adroit ways to engage every tourist.
Offbeat Things to do In Rajasthan
17. Visit Bangarh Fort
Visiting Haunted Bhangarh Fort will surely make your blood run cold. The ruins Fort is at the edge of Sariska Wildlife Park and is one of the very unique and adventurous things to do in Rajasthan.
18. The Dancing Elephant Parade
The Dancing Elephant Parade and even elephant playing polo is not a circus act but a grand celebration in Jaipur to accolade the gigantic animal and his loyalty to Rajasthan royal families. You will be amazed to see such a wonderful act on such a large scale.
19. Enjoy Kalbeliya Dance
Enjoying Kalbeliya the traditional acrobatic dance on sand dunes of Jaisalmer or at Chokhi Dhani. The folk dance of Rajasthan is performed by women in black accessorized dress and performing a few unbelievable stunts while dancing on the rhythm. The act will surely blow away your mind.
20. The Jauhar Kund
The Jauhar Kund, a different story of women will power where all the women of Chittorgarh royal family follow Queen Padmavati into the big holocaust as an opposition to surrender themselves to Moh. Khilji who won the battle against their husbands. You will feel unique chilling goosebumps when you will visit the Kund during your trip to Rajasthan.
21. Get Married in The Dreamy Wedding Destination
Yes, the most offbeat and unique thing to do in Rajasthan is to get married. Even though Rajasthan is a dry state and has no exotic landscape but it lures many couples because of the loyalty, grandeur, and extravagance is exhibited from every monuments and fort.
So here are our top and best 21 things to do list for your trip in Rajasthan. Book a tour and explore the monuments, forts and national park and indulge in some adventurous, romantic and unique activity to make it the best memorable trip.
The tourist promoting Campaign for Rajasthan ad which says “Jane Kya Dikh Jaye Rajasthan Mein” is apt for it’s surprising and varied elements to explore at any corner of the state.