Destinations

Rajasthan

Rajasthan, meaning Land of Kings or King’s Abode, is undoubtedly the most visited state in India by foreign visitors and with very good reason. The vibrant state is home to the famous historical cities of Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur as well as the national park of Ranthambhore with its healthy tiger population.

In between the cities lies an arid landscape, dotted with villages, ancient forts and temples and exploring the countryside and engaging with the people who live there is highly recommended as an immersive and authentic experience. The Aravalli Range also runs through the state and provides a stunning back drop to places such as Udaipur, where a glorious and picturesque lake also sets the scene.

Throughout the land, signs of the state’s majestic cultural heritage of the realm of the maharajas is evident and therefore stays in lavish palaces and forts that have been made into hotels can make a holiday in Rajasthan somewhat fantastical, transporting those who go into a world akin to royalty!   

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Rajasthan's climate has four seasons - summer, monsoon, post-monsoon and winter. Read More

Rajasthan's climate has four seasons - summer, monsoon, post-monsoon and winter. Despite the varying temperature, this is a region that can be visited at any time of the year. Summers in Rajasthan last from April to June and can get very hot. During the monsoon season, temperatures drop across the region and the rains transform the arid landscape.
The temperatures continue to drop into the winter months of October through until March. This is widely considered the best time to visit Rajasthan as the desert sun is not as intense but explorers should be aware that day/night temperatures can vary much more than at other times of the year, so packing appropriate clothing is a must.

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