A quick insight on different Things to do in Rajasthan 

Rajasthan is a colourful Indian state, with many unimaginable excursions, entertainment and activities. Rajasthan is known to have a rich cultural heritage, golden history, royal palaces and forts. Travellers who come to Rajasthan will certainly have the ultimate touring experience in the Maharaja’s majestic state.

Here are the Fun Things to do in Rajasthan on an exciting holiday in Rajasthan or during your visit to the Royal State of Rajasthan. 

1. Camel Riding 

This is one of Rajasthan’s most popular desert activities. The wondrously ornate camels will take you away and add charm to the tour. 

2. Riding Elephant 

It is one of Rajasthan’s most popular tourist attractions. Sophisticatedly decorated in traditional accessories, the elephants are used in safari. Jaipur is renowned for riding elephants. Discover the Amer Fort for your journey and experience fascinating monuments.

3. Watch Kalbeliya Dance

You should not miss the Kalbeliya tribe’s performance in Jodhpur and Snake Dance in Rajasthan. The women of this tribe dance in a groovy Rajasthan dance called Kalbeliya Dance. They move on folk music like a snake and leave an irresistible influence.

4. Have a Desert Safari 

Go in the Rajasthan desert with the choice of one of Safari-Jeep Safari, Camel Safari, Elephant Safari and Horse Safari. These safaris will make your sightseeing a whole new experience and more interesting. This can come in your list of Things to do in Rajasthan today.

5. Visit Various forts in Rajasthan

The most magical forts and palaces of India, located in Rajasthan, are testimony to Indian tourism. Among these architectural wonder are the Fort Amer, the Fort Jaigarh, Hawa Mahal, Fort Chittaurgarh, the Palace of Umaid Bhawan, the Fort Mehrangarh, City Palazzo, Mandawa Haveli and many others.

6. Trekking 

Rajasthan Trekking consists of the oldest mountain range, the beautiful Aravalis, which offers visitors great opportunities to walk along. The famous places in Rajasthan are Kumbhalgarh, Ranakpur and Ghanerao, where you can enjoy hiking. This can come top in the list of Things to do in Rajasthan this weekend.

7. Hot air balloon 

Now, Hot Air balloons in Rajasthan, as India also has this facility, can be enjoyed by travellers. Your adventure trip to Rajasthan will be a memorable one by this. Pushkar, Jaipur and Ranthambore flights connect Jaipur.

8. Kite Flying 

It’s a classic and colourful sport, still alive in Rajasthan’s royal state. Every year, Pushkar organizes a kite flight festival, which brings together locals and tourists. Join the festival and enjoy it as much as possible.

9. Boating

Rajasthan’s air is full of royal romantic stories. Be a part of this romanticism with your loved one on Lake Pichola on a romantic boat trip. This is situated in the ‘City of Lakes,’ Udaipur 

 10. Zip lining 

Take a zip line tour to Neemrane Fort for a little more adventurous. This adventurous sport lets you walk through the hanging wires several meters high above the ground from one hill to another. The road to Neemrana fort from Delhi takes several hours. 

11. Visit various temples

Spiritual Devotees can visit famous Rajasthan pilgrimage sites including the Temple of Brahma (Pushkar), the temple of Jain (Ranakpur), Dargah Sharif (Ajmer), the Temples of the Dilvara (Abu Mt), the temple of the Karni Mata (Deshnok), the temple of the Eklinghi (Udaipur), the temple of Galta Ji (Jaipur), Shrinathji (Nathdwara), and many more.

12. Explore the wildlife

Ranthambore National Park Wildlife & Eco-Tour, Sariska National Park, the Ghana Bird Sanctuary, the Desert National Sanctuary, the Shrine of Jaisamand, the Shrine of Jaisamand Sanctuary and the Shrine of Tal Chapar are among some of the main wildlife destinations which contain numerous endangered animal and bird specimens. Watch wildlife among lush greenery for a few peaceful moments.

13.  Get a Spooky Feeling 

Bhangarh in Rajasthan District of Alwar is now an old town. It is thought to be a haunted place in which you cannot (not recommend) visit it after dark. Take a tour of Bhangarh during the day to hear ghostly stories by the natives and get spoken up.

 14. Do a lot of Shopping

You can shop many things from Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Pushkar, Kota, Shekhawati and Barmer. Their shopping areas can be easily accessible. Pick the traditional arts and crafts from the local markets for a decoration of your home or for giving to loved ones as gifts, coloured fabric, exquisitely designed mojari, tapestries, leather articles, straps, paintings or potters.

15.  Enjoy the Folk Music  and Dance 

Rajasthan’s essence is its filling folk music and dance. Rajasthan’s delightful folk music and dance soothes your mind and body. It gives you the real sense that you are in Rajasthan. Some of the state’s famous folk dances are the Kachchi Ghodi, Terah-Taali Dance and Ghoomer. The musical instruments used to produce music during folk songs are Dhol, Matas, Naupat, Rawanahattha and Sarangi.

16. Enjoy the Rajasthani Kitchen 

Enjoy the pleasant and mostly vegetarian Rajasthani kitchen. In Rajasthan you will find popular spicy curry and delicious sweets. Besan Chakki, Churma, DilKhushaal, Feeni, Ghevar, Gujia and many more are among the sweet dishes. Rajasthan’s traditional kitchen consists of Besan Gatte ki sabji, Besan purla, Childa, Guwar fali ki saag, Moranga ki sabji and Pyaaz Paneer. Khad khargosh, Laal maans, Mohan maans, Saanth ro achaar and Safed maans are a few of the non-veg dishes.

Thus, we have seen in detail, the Things to do in Rajasthan, which you can do on your visit to Rajasthan. The Rajasthan State of India is endowed with great culture and there are many more things that can be done when you visit this place. You should make a detailed research before visiting this State of India as there are a varieties of things that can be done in this particular state of India.

This unique Rajasthan state has a lot to offer in accordance with your interests and needs. All you have to do is opt for any tour package that is exquisitely designed for you.  

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