10 Best Monsoon Destinations of Rajasthan – You Must Experience!!
Rajasthan heaves a sigh of relief when the first drops of rain land on the scorching earth. The rampart of the forts welcome the rains, as do the dried riverbeds waiting helplessly for this occurrence. Nature, landscape and people, everyone welcomes this season in unison.
Naturally, monsoon is one of the best time to visit Rajasthan. Not only does the entire state wear a refreshed look, but the ambient weather makes for some spectacular sightseeing. This blog brings you the best monsoon destinations for the trip to Rajasthan. Ready, set, go!
One can feel romance blossoming in the air when the rain pours happily over Udaipur, the “Venice of the East” and the “city of lakes.” One of the best places to head to is, the Monsoon Palace, also known as the “Sajjan Garh Palace.” Apart from that, one should visit the Taj Lake Palace and City Palace. There are some lakes also which become special attractions during the season of Monsoon.
Mount Abu, the only hill station in Rajasthan, is marked by an ambient climate throughout the year. However, during the monsoons, the beauty of the region is brought out in full light. The sight of soaked greenery all around, with the misty mountains as the backdrop, is simply admirable. Further, this time is ideal for engaging in adventurous activities like bird watching, nature walk, or simply taking a stroll. Nakki Lake and Dilwara Jain Temple are two of the places worth visiting.
Pushkar city is known for its magnificent lakes, scenic vistas and the magnificent opportunities it offers for desert camping. It is one of the best destination to visit in Rajasthan during monsoon season. Getting awakened to the melodious sounds of a peacock, taking an early morning camel ride or paying a trip to the market bustling with activity, monsoons display the best of Pushkar. Moreover, this is the perfect time to enjoy Rajasthani dishes while listening to the lively folk songs.
Keoladeo National Park
If you happen to be a bird lover, then Keoladeo National Park, also known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, is where you should head to. Listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it is home to about 375 species of beautiful birds, besides attracting birds from places such as Tibet, China, Europe and Siberia. However, what makes it a highly recommended destination for Rajasthan trip in monsoon season. It is also the arrival of migratory birds. The two popular ones are Migratory Waterfowls and Siberian Cranes.
Narlai is a beautiful village tucked away between Jodhpur and Udaipur, and showcases the rural side of Rajasthan in the best way possible. During the monsoons season, this place witnesses an influx of tourists due to the outstanding experiences it offers. Go for a jeep safari and catch wonderful views of the deer, leopards and chitals. Visit the various handicraft centers and witness the locals make textiles and durries. Trek around the area or visit the Lord Shiva and Adinath temples.
Bundi is another best destination to hit in Rajasthan during monsoon season. It is known for receiving the highest amount of rainfall in all of Rajasthan state. Of course, when in Bundi, one should visit the Taragarh fort, which is dressed is splendor and immersed in history. Bundi Palace, notable for its frescoes and murals, is another place worth visiting. For some quiet and peaceful moments, head to the Nawal Sagar Lake.
Mandawa, located in the Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan, is another favored tourist destination to visit in Rajasthan. The entire region, reinvigorated by the rains, appears very welcoming. Marvel at wonderful paintings at the Murmuria Haveli and the open air art gallery at the Mandawa Palace. Spend some time at the Goenka Double Haveli.
The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur city is also suggested Looking for the best places in Rajasthan for tourist activities during monsoon? Well, you are on right place! Here’s presenting the capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur. The arrival of monsoon here is celebrated with a festival named Teej Festival. Mostly celebrated by married women, it’s an occasion for dressing up in traditional clothes and worshiping Goddess Parvati. Both visitors and locals alike are treated to an amazing spectacle in the form of a procession which features an idol of “Teej Mata.”
Ranakpur, located in the heart of the Aravallis, is the place to go to when you wish to merge spirituality with tourism. A quaint town in Rajasthan, it’s considered to be an important pilgrimage destination for Jains. The Ranakpur Jain Temple is worth visiting throughout the year, including the monsoons. Marvel at the architectural brilliance. One can find around 1444 pillars within the temple, with each one differing from the other in terms of its design and art.
The rain clouds dance gleefully past the lush forests of Chambal, and seated on a palace verandah, you watch this fabulous scene unfold before your eyes. This is exactly the kind of experience which awaits you at Bhainsrorgarh Fort, perched on a cliff overlooking the shimmering Chambal River. Monsoon is best experienced here.
Reasons for visiting Rajasthan during the monsoons
- Away from the crowds – Not many people prefer traveling to Rajasthan during the monsoons. Therefore, if you prefer the luxury of privacy during your holidays, this is the time to go there.
- Interact with the locals – The monsoon season is celebrated with great gusto and enthusiasm by the locals. Join in the celebrations and interact with the locals, if you want to observe the culture and lifestyle of the people closely.
- It rains discounts – It would be naïve to visit Rajasthan and not experience the royal lifestyle which a stay at one of the heritage hotel offers. However, during the monsoon season, they offer huge discounts for guests staying with them. Grab that chance, and book you holiday package for Rajasthan now!
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