Rajasthan is a versatile holiday destination! Going on your honeymoon? It will roll out the red carpet that will lead you right up to some of the most sublime romantic engagements. If you’re headed out on your annual family vacation, it will open up its treasure chest of delights for the complete family experience. If you’re a thrill-seeker, Rajasthan tour will offer you a bouquet of adventures.

  1. Best Time to Visit Rajasthan:
    • Winter is the best time to visit Rajasthan. The cool season ensures sunny days without the usual searing heat. The evenings are pleasant, but the nights can get really cold. The average daytime temperatures range between 10°C to 27°C, while the night time temperatures may drop below freezing.
    • The summer months, between March to June, can be unbearably hot as temperatures hover between 24°C and 45°C. While evenings may be pleasant, the baking heat makes sightseeing almost impossible during the day. But this is the right time book to Rajasthan tour packages if you’re looking for deals on travel and accommodation.
    • Monsoon, between July to September, would also be a great time to travel to Rajasthan if you keep an open itinerary as the rains may play spoilsport with your plans. The temperatures range from bearable to hot, 21°C to 35°C.
  2. How to Reach Rajasthan:
    • By Air: It is the fastest way to reach Rajasthan from around the country as well as the world. Get a head start on your Rajasthan tour by flying in. The Jaipur International Airport services a number of flights from international destinations such as Dubai, Sharjah, Muscat, Singapore, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur. There are a number of other smaller airports at Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Kota and Bikaner that handle domestic flights. You can take a flight from major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, Pune, Ahmedabad, Goa, Indore, Guwahati and Jammu.
    • By Rail: The second most comfortable way to reach Rajasthan is by rail. It features a good rail network with direct superfast and express trains from Mumbai and Delhi. Jaipur is the headquarters of North-West railways and as such is well-connected with all major cities around the country. 
    • By Road: Taking a road trip is a great way to travel to your holiday destination. It gives you greater control over your journey when it is not bound to a restrictive timetable. Rajasthan has a well-maintained network of roads that comprises twenty national highways running through the state.
  3. Foods to Eat in Rajasthan:
    • Along with all its history, Rajasthan has a rich culinary heritage that has been shaped by its geography. A dearth of water and vegetables have played a big role in determining its cuisine that is dominated by dried lentils, beans and meats. Long-lasting ingredients, oil and red chillies help preserve the food, reducing the need for water.