Rajasthan tour

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Summer Season in Rajasthan

Summer season in Rajasthan starts in April and continues right up till June. This may not be the best time to visit Rajasthan as the days are hot and humid with average temperatures rising right up to an extreme of 45°C. It is not advisable to visit the Thar desert in this season, as the weather is too humid and hot. If you want to escape the grueling summer heat, the best place to visit in Rajasthan is the hill station Mount Abu where the weather is always pleasant.

Monsoon Season in Rajasthan

The monsoon season in this beautiful state begins in July and continues right till September. To enjoy the monsoon season to the fullest, one should head to the beautiful town of Udaipur. This “Venice of the East” dawns a beautiful hue in this rainy season which can be seen in the City Palace, Sajjangarh Fort aka Monsoon Palace, and Fateh Sagar Lake. This is also a perfect time for couples to visit the Taj Lake Palace Hotel and enjoy the romantic environment.

Winter Season in Rajasthan

The temperature starts to drop in October, which marks the beginning of winter. The winter season in Rajasthan continues till mid-March and is considered to be the best season to visit Rajasthan. If you are visiting Rajasthan in December, be prepared to face chilly days and nights as the temperature can fall as low as 0°C. For the tourists who wish to attend the Pushkar festival in November, the weather is much more enjoyable and cool. If you are planning to visit Rajasthan in March, rest assured since the weather during this time is not too cold and this is the perfect time for exploring the cities of Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, and Bikaner.

How To Reach Rajasthan

By Air

If you want to reach Rajasthan without spending too much time in commuting, the best option is to travel by air. The main airport in Rajasthan is the Jaipur International Airport. Besides this, there are two other airports in Udaipur and Jodhpur. There are also several domestic airports in Rajasthan from where you can catch flights easily from one city to another. The list of domestic airports in Rajasthan includes Udaipur Airport (Maharana Pratap Airport), Jodhpur Airport (Civil Airport), Kota Airport, Jaisalmer Airport, Nal Airport (Bikaner Airport), Phalodi Air Force Station, and Suratgarh Air Force Station.These airports have numerous facilities like restaurants, mobile prepaid communication centers, sweet and bookshops, internet facilities, and branded outlets.

By Train

Rajasthan is also well-connected by rail and the major stations here are in Jodhpur, Jaipur, Udaipur, and Ajmer.  Though, the busiest railway station in Rajasthan is in Jaipur. Ajmer Jn (AII), Udaipur City (UDZ), Bikaner, and Jodhpur Jn (JU) are the popular railway stations in Rajasthan. Some of the popular and major trains in Rajasthan are the super fast, express, passenger trains Shatabdi and Rajdhani.

For a luxurious tourist experience, you can travel by the 'Palace on Wheels'.  It lets you relive the era of the princes on this train where you can sit in air-conditioned saloons, and try some scrumptious dishes at the restaurants. You can also browse through the history of Rajasthan at the library and sip on a cocktail at the bar. This train passes through important attractions like Hawa Mahal, Ranthambore National Park, the Hill Fort Palace, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, the Taj Mahal, and Jantar Mantar. The total journey takes seven days. Another tourist train for experiencing the royal treatment while traveling to Rajasthan is the 'Heritage on Wheels'. Some other luxurious trains include Maharajas’ Express, Royal Rajasthan on Wheels, and the Indian Maharaja-Deccan Odyssey.

By Road

Rajasthan has twenty national highways, which ensure a smooth traveling experience. The most well-connected national highway in Rajasthan is NH8 which connects to Delhi, Udaipur, Jaipur, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, and many other cities.

You can travel by bus to the different cities of Rajasthan and to get to various attractions as well. These buses are operated by the Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation(RSRTC). You can also travel by Gandhi Rath / Semi Deluxe, Volvo / Mercedes Benz, Air Conditioned Gray Line Sleeper Services, Air Conditioned Gold Line Services, Ordinary Services, Blue Line Services(Long Distance Express and Night Services), and CTS Services.

Monsoon Season in Rajasthan

The monsoon season in Rajasthan often makes it a little inconvenient to travel. You should be extra cautious while driving as the roads tend to be more slippery and must always carry an umbrella at all times. But is making this effort worth it? Yes! Monsoons add a heavenly touch to the hills, adding that tinge of excellence to the gorgeous hills of Rajasthan Pradesh. Planning a visit during this season will definitely paint a memory in your mind that will last a lifetime.

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