A fairy tale-like wedding surely is incomplete without the perfect, dreamy honeymoon. One of the key questions that arise in front newlyweds is to decide on the places for their first vacation together. If you are also one of them, then think about the royal state of Rajasthan. Royalty and Romance is going to be one passionate combination.
All the cities of Rajasthan have a distinct charm. You can visit a single city or can club a few together. Staying in heritage hotels of Rajasthan would be a great idea. Hold hands in hands and experience all this together.
Best Honeymoon Places in Rajasthan
Here are the list of some top honeymoon places in Rajasthan to help you plan a better honeymoon.
Jodhpur: Paint your love Blue
As you travel across Rajasthan’s ‘Blue City’, its regal touch travels with you. Jodhpur boasts of several allures such as rustic hamlets, shining golden sands, heritage monuments, magnificent forts and palaces, which make it worth-exploring. Hold hand in hand and witness the scenic glamour together.
Architectural gems like Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan, and Mandore Gardens have tales of love and bravery to tell. Adventurous souls can visit Jodhpur Flying Fox. Head towards the local bazaars to buy some wonderful gifts for your partner.
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Udaipur: Royal Romanticism
Famed as one of the perfect honeymoon places for couples in Rajasthan, we cannot miss Udaipur city in the list of romantic places of Rajasthan. Enjoy a romantic boat ride in the placid waters of Lake Pichola and treat your eyes to the wonderful views of the City Palace, Moti Mogri, Monsoon Palace and the Aravalis.
The city has splendid gardens, rich cultural heritage and a regal history. The crystal clear lakes and the enormous palaces are going to cast a spell on both of you. Enjoy your honeymoon trip to Rajasthan in luxurious way with special Packages.
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Jaisalmer: Sands, Star-lit sky, Barbecue, Dance and More
Jaisalmer is the beautiful ‘Golden city’, a hidden gem that surely is going to offer memorable experiences to a honeymooning couple. Exploring the expansive Thar on a camel’s back, enjoying barbecue dinner and drinks, watching the wonderful folk dance and music- you feel like protagonists from an Arabic nighttime story.
Gaze at the star-lit sky while whispering sweet nothings into each other’s ears. Desert camping makes all this even more romantic. Explore the famous attractions of Jaisalmer like Jaisalmer fort, old havelis and shop at the local bazaars.
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Jaipur: Pink-the Color of Romance
Jaipur, romance and pink color are synonyms of each other. Drenched in the color of romance, the capital of city of Rajasthan has several wonders to allure you and your partner. One of the most popular places in the world, Jaipur has attractive forts and palaces, fun-filled markets, beautiful gardens, old havelis and more for its visitors. Admire the culture and partake in the on-going celebrations, if any. Exploring attractions like Amer Palace, City Palace and Hawa Mahal together would be fun.
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Pushkar: Form a Spiritual Connection
A visit to Pushkar on your honeymoon trip to Rajasthan offers you a chance to form a spiritual connection and make your bond of love, even stronger. The tranquil and pure ambiance at this wonderful place lets you spend some memorable quality-time together, in solitude. Surrounded by hills on three sides, the city has the mighty desert on the fourth side.
Do not miss visiting Brahma temple and Pushkar Lake. It is primarily popular for safaris, festivals and religious sites. And, if you are visiting at the time of Pushkar fair, the feel would be amazing.
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Bikaner: Romantic Camel Rides
Observing the rich cultural and historical heritage of Bikaner together on your romantic trip to Rajasthan would be a great idea. The city has temples, forts & Palaces, museums, and an interesting countryside and so on. Bikaner is known for its good-quality camels. Hop onto a camel’s back with your partner and explore the countryside, while whispering sweet nothings into each other’s ears.
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Mount Abu: Hill Station in a Desert State
After you have tied the nuptial knot, make it even stronger while you are exploring the charming and peaceful hill town of Mount Abu. It is the only hill station in the desert state of Rajasthan and is quite popular amid honeymooners as well as family vacationers. The lush Aravalis mountain range is a treat to the eyes.
Newlyweds can enjoy a boat ride in the Nakki Lake. Take a stroll on the bustling Abu Road where you can also indulge in shopping. Do not miss visiting the stunning Dilwara Jain Temples, a wonderful religious site.
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Ajmer: Seeking the Blessings of the Almighty
Wrapped amid barren hills, Ajmer is that place where you can club your honeymoon trip with pilgrimage. A place where Rajput culture gels seamlessly with Sufi feel, Ajmer is a wonderful places in Rajasthan for newly weds. You must not miss visiting the Dargah Sharif to seek the blessing of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti.
Though the Dargah is quite crowded but there still is a serene feel about the place. The other popular attractions here are Ana Sagar Lake, Akbar Palace and Nasiyan Jain temple. Shop for lovey-dovey handicrafts for your room.
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Ranthambore: For the Animal-Lover in Both of you
Every couple has a different taste. If you both love nature and wildlife, Rajasthan has something amazing for. One of the most popular national park in northern India, Ranthambore National Park lets you have a rendezvous with the big cats. An adventurous honeymoon, amid the wilderness and lush forests, is surely going to be an unforgettable one.
The national park is known for being home to a decent population of tigers, who knows you both can be lucky enough to spot them. Walk up to the ruins of the Ranthambore Fort to savor a vast view of the jungle. Raj Bagh, Surwal Lake, and Kachida Valley are the other nearby attractions.
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Bharatpur: Nurturing Love Amid Colorful Birds
Bharatpur bird sanctuary, now known as Keoladeo National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site), is one of the most popular bird sanctuaries in India. If you and your partner like being close to nature and share a common interest for birds, what could be a better option than planning a honeymoon in Bharatpur, Rajasthan.
Couples can also visit the popular temples in Bharatpur such as Kailadevi temples, Bankebihari temple, Ganga temple etc. Brassware, marble items, and Banbhani clothes are must-buy items.