Rajasthan is a state of royalty, culture, and heritage. The state is full of diversity and colors and is one of the major tourist destination in India. Rajasthan has something for everyone. Places like Bikaner and Jaisalmer are for those who loves harsh and hard life of the desert and want to have an adventurous offbeat journey , while places like Mount Abu is for those who loves the serenity of hills & valleys. The state has the abundance of amazing forts and palaces. You may check Rajasthan guide, to see the places to visit in Rajasthan and checklist the locations you want to explore. In this post, I will help you to plan your trip to Rajasthan wisely, in order to make the most out this beautiful state.

Rajasthan tourism

Duration

It will take around 30-45 days to explore the best of Rajasthan, but if you just want to go to the most important places, then you can do with visiting places like Jaipur, Mount Abu, Udaipur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer etc. It is preferable to have ample time in hand, at least 15-20 days, to capture the serenity and magnificence of this amazing state.

Accommodation

My suggestion would be to stay in Jaipur, because of its proximity to major locations and it has a good rail and road network. Jaipur is also known as the Pink City of India and has a great historical significance. It is the state capital and has lots of hotels and guest houses. For travelers who love to stay in serviced apartments, can check Olive Apartments Jaipur. Olive Apartments have an edge over other hotels and guest houses in Jaipur as it provides a good discount for long stay and is inexpensive in comparison. Besides, you will never miss the comfort of your home. You may contact Olive Apartments Jaipur for further details.

Getting there

Jaipur is easily accessible by air, road or rail network. One can direct reach Jaipur by flight, train or private car. One may also opt to visit Delhi and from there hire a private cab for Jaipur. It takes around 4-5 hours to reach Jaipur from Delhi/ NCR.

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Saurabh is a 30 something guy from Kolkata and presently staying in New Delhi, India with his beautiful family. He is a post graduate in English and is working as a freelance web developer. His passion for traveling and connecting people has made him lots of friends from around the globe. He also loves eating unusual recipes.

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