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In North India is Rajasthan, an Indian state close to the border with Pakistan. This incredible state is a popular travel destination because of its landscape, which includes the immense Thar Desert and the magnificent Aravallis Mountains. As a center of Rajput culture, Rajasthan is also a wonderful place to explore palaces and temples created by Rajput kings of the past. As you criss cross the state, aim to add as many of these incredible places to visit in Rajasthan to your itinerary as possible. All the things that come to mind when you think of India can be found in Rajasthan -- palaces, forts, desert, camels, elephants, and snake charmers. These top tourist places to visit in Rajasthan shouldn't be missed. The Rajasthan tour packages cover most of the famous sites in Rajasthan. These tourist spots are extremely popular and they offer something special for all types of travelers. The Rajasthan holiday packages cater to the needs of the travelers directly so that they can enjoy a comfortable vacation in this mystical land. Rajasthan being India’s biggest state offers many significant tourist destinations and fun activities which the travelers can enjoy on their trip. The fun of exploring this state is unmatchable as everything about this place is mystical, from the royal forts to grand palaces & from mouth-watering cuisines to vibrant cultures. It is one of the most visited state in India.

Famous Tourist Attractions in Rajasthan

1. Jaipur

The capital of Rajasthan is Jaipur, a clamoring city abounding with fascinating attractions and activities. The "Pink City" of Jaipur frames some portion of India's eminent Golden Triangle Tourist Circuit and is one of the Rajasthan's most famous goals. There are three noteworthy strongholds in Jaipur: Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort and Jaigarh Fort. Additionally worth investigating is the City Palace, a dazzling mix of Mughal and Rajput plan that is so huge most explorers can't see it all in a solitary day. Jaipur is likewise home to various sanctuaries just as a noteworthy bazaar which wakes up every night as the sun sets. Remaining in Jaipur is especially charming. Housing are sensibly valued and many have been changed over from legacy properties, giving visitors a great affair. You can shop at the clamoring markets to get some delightful keepsakes from the city bazaar. In the event that you are an otherworldly individual, at that point a visit to Birla Temple, Galtaji and The Govind Dev Ji Temple, will fulfill you.

2. Udaipur

Another very famous tourist destination in Rajasthan is Udaipur. Udaipur is known as the City of Lakes, so it should not come as a surprise that the lakes are a main attraction. Two of the biggest lakes, Fateh Sagar and Pichola, are artificial, but that makes them no less beautiful. The main reason to visit Udaipur is for the chance to explore Udaipur City Palace, a collection of palaces, museums and gardens in a range of architectural styles. Shrines, temples, royal residences and art collections are also available to admire within the City Palace. Just north of the palace is Jagdish Temple, Udaipur’s most famous temple. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the temple boasts stunning carvings, and it is now an iconic landmark in the city. The most famous tourist attractions in the city are the Saheliyon ki Bari, Royal Vintage Care Museum and the Bagore Ki Haveli. Travelers even book the cheapest Rajasthan tour packages just to visit Udaipur in order to enjoy a refreshing weekend.

3. Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is a remarkable city right on the fringes of the Thar Desert, also known as the Golden City. The dominating features of Jaisalmer is the Jaisalmer Fort, or Sonar Qila, which is still an inhabited space. Unlike virtually every other fort in India, Jaisalmer is completely functioning, and within the fort you’ll find private residences, shops and even restaurants. Souvenir shopping within the fort is a fun experience, with common souvenirs including bronze statues and silver jewelry. Within the fort’s walls, there are also a handful of temples. These Jain temples date back to the 12th century, and most are open to the public in the morning. Jaisalmer looks like it's straight out of an Arabian Nights fable. Its mesmerizing ancient fort, built in 1156, is perched high on a pedestal overlooking the city. Inside, the fort is alive and spellbinding. It houses five palaces, several temples, and some exquisite havelis (mansions), as well as shops and other residences. Camels safaris into the desert are also a popular thing to do in Jaisalmer.

4. Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park is one of the best places in India to spot a tiger in the wild. This national park is also a wildlife sanctuary. You can book a wildlife safari to explore the park and see the animals up close. A smaller, open-top vehicle called a gypsy is best for the braver visitors, and the larger open-top vehicles called canters offer a little more protection. In addition to the tigers, Ranthambhore National Park boasts wildlife that includes leopards, hyenas, sloth bears and so much more. On a safari, you will also have the chance to see Ranthambhore Fort, which dates back to the 10th century. It's a huge structure that contains ruined pavilions, monuments, and three Hindu temples. The park is full of history, having witnessed many battles played out on its land, and the rise and fall of many rulers.

5. Mount Abu

Mount Abu is a hill station that offers exceptional views of the surrounding area. A rocky plateau of a summit means that there is a large space to explore, not to mention an abundance of attractions. Nakki Lake is a must-see spot near Mount Abu, and you can even rent an affordable paddle boat to get on the water and admire the hills surrounding the lake. Also of interest in Mount Abu will be the Dilwara Temples. These temples from the Jain religion date from about the 12th century and are carved from an exquisite white marble. Many newlywed couples book the Rajasthan packages for honeymoon with Mount Abu included in it, as it offers a very romantic and peaceful ambience to its visitors.

6. Bundi

The city of Bundi is a unique destination, and it is a place that is widely known for its step wells. While this means of water collection is no longer used in the city, Bundi still has more than 50 step wells that you can see. The most famous is the Queen’s Step Well, which dates back to the 15th century and boasts more than 200 steps. Also of note in Bundi is the Taragarh Fort, constructed in the 16th century and now home to a staggering art collection. Escape the urban environment easily at one of the lakes surrounding Bundi, or set off on a wildlife safari at Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary. Although increasingly popular with travelers, Bundi also often gets overlooked as a tourist destination in Rajasthan. Yet, it's a captivating place to visit, with its lakes, markets, temples, and blue houses similar to Jodhpur. This relatively laid back town is dominated by the extraordinary and imposing Bundi Palace, which protrudes out of the hillside. The ancient, winding lanes of the Old City are fascinating to wander through. Bundi also has around 60 step wells and a ramshackle fort above the palace.

7. Jodhpur

Jodhpur is famously known as the Sun City and is one of the most visited places in the state. The best time to visit in this city is January to enjoy the attractions in their best form. The major sites are Masuria Hill Garden, Chamunda Mata Temple, Kailana Lake, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Clock Tower and Jaswant Thada. Jodhpur known as the "Blue City" for its blue painted buildings, it is the second largest city in Rajasthan. The walled old part of the city is presided over by looming  Mehrangarh Fort , which provides the best outlook across Jodhpur's blue buildings. It's one of the largest and most well-maintained forts in India. Inside, there are a number of ornate palaces and a museum. One of the appealing things about Jodhpur is that there are many inexpensive yet characterful places to stay with views of the fort. It's great to do nothing but relax on their rooftops and soak up the atmosphere. Jodhpur is a historic destination with plenty of appeal.

8. Bikaner

Although the city of Bikaner is home to a palace, a historic fort and even a camel research center, many Indians know it as a destination for foodies with a sweet tooth. One of the local specialties you’ll definitely want to try is Kesar Kulfi, a sweet and iced dessert that is delicious and refreshing on a hot afternoon. Desert safaris are also popular in Bikaner, and you can ride a camel into the desert to explore the local culture and landscape. It's a less- commercialized place to go on a camel safari, as an alternative to Jaisalmer. The main attractions are the atmospheric walled Old City and fort. Bikaner is also renowned for the infamous Karni Mata rat temple nearby. The  Karni Mata Festival , held to worship the rats there, is one of the quirkiest festivals in India. A Camel Fair is also held in Bikaner every January. Stay at the characterful Narendra Bhawan heritage hotel. It is impossible to miss Bikaner’s Junagarh Fort, built in the 16th century and now holding an extensive museum about the region.