The combination of matchless royalty, deliciously and mouthwatering rich food, wonderful experiences, beautiful locations and colorful festivals, Rajasthan is one of the amazing tour destinations. Either in reminiscent ruins or restore to previous luxury, Rajasthan is a place, which is in everybody's wish-lists. Glorious a magnificent fort, traditional and cultural villages, sandy terrains and excellent landscape, the state has an exceptional experience for each of its tourist. If you have never been on a tour to any of cities in Rajasthan. It's a good time to plan a trip to Rajasthan and do more exciting things which you never done previously. Read more about - 10 most exciting things to do in Rajasthan.
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When some planned a trip to Rajasthan for 7 days the only things that talked about is Rajasthani culture and tradition. I know when you plan your trip you will miss so much of them but is worth experiencing! You will find numbers of the most exciting things to do in Rajasthan then only you will experience in Rajasthan only. These things only a Rajasthani will tell you, the limit less guide to exploring the true Rajasthan and things to do.
Things to do in Rajasthan
Camel Festival - Pushkar is known as the most excellent tourist place in Rajasthan. This blessed city has been famous all over the world for its yearly camel fair. Pushkar camel fair held in 4th to 12th November in 2019. It held on different dates every year in the month of November. Make sure to come early to see the fair in full swing!
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Zip Lining - Feel the adventure, talk to wind while zip lining also called flying fox. Go rock zipping with the help of wire rope at Mehrangarh fort and Neemrana fort and enjoy the fabulous view.
Enjoy Hot Air balloon - Very famous all over the world, hot air ballooning is a trendy among locals, travelers, and tourists also. Now available in 3 cities - Pushkar, Jaipur, and Ranthambore, the activity gives you a magnificent and incredible view of the heritage land and tradition.
Desert Camping - Rajasthan is popular for desert camping. Traditional folks, cultural activities, cold breeze, golden glossy sand, and starlit sky, make the experience an amazing event. I know you can't afford to miss this. So add this amazing thing at the top of your trip list.
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Camel Safari - When you are enjoying camping in the desert, how can you ignore camel safari? A matchless experience, a visit to the rural desert, traveling around the ruins of the state and a camel be friend. The best regions for camel safari are Bikaner, Jaisalmer, and Osian.
Motor Boat - Udaipur is also known as 'city of lakes' and 'Fateh Sagar Lake' is a key attraction of the city. Out of much stuff to at Fateh Sagar an exciting motor boat ride on the lake is what makes this place wonderful.
Other than adventure, the beautiful view of the lake is a joy. When you are in Fateh Sagar, visit this place early morning and enjoy a good long morning walk in the fresh air and at night have hot coffee which is liked.
Palace on the Wheels - Board on the royal journey with the 'Palace on Wheels Train'. India is only inventive luxury train that takes you back to the period of royalty.
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Kalbelia the Traditional Dance - You will extremely love this. To watch the folk dance of the nomadic Kalbeliya Tribe is a luxury to the eyes. And I sure the belly dance will woo you for sure.
Horse Safari - There is no stop to safaris in Rajasthan. The majestic state has its own royal ways to value its beauty. A horse riding is a good way to explore the royal and rustic landscape. Take a ride in Pushkar to travel through rural lanes of Pushkar or take a ride in Udaipur to see the sights of the foot hill of Aravali.
Bhangarh Fort - This is the most amazing place to visit. Perfect, if you want a high dose of thrill, head to Bhangarh Fort. The ruins of the fort are considered to be the 'most haunted places of Rajasthan' and are open to visit only in the day light. Take a visit of Bhangarh and heard some exciting stories from the locals.