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10 Best Things To Do In Jodhpur To Witness This Vibrant City

Famous for its bright warm decor and sunny climate, Jodhpur is regarded as the Sun City of Rajasthan. It is home to a number of attractions like heritage hotels, palaces, natural attractions, museums, and many other attractions. Other than sightseeing, adventure activities and things to do in Jodhpur is one of a kind. 

Our travel experts have curated a list of activities to enjoy in the Blue City of Rajasthan. They have explored every nook and corner of Jodhpur from medieval streets to bustling markets to handpick the best things that are unique in experience, interesting, iconic, and worth your time. 

Top 10 Things To Do In Jodhpur

The things to do in Jodhpur listed here offer a magical experience. One gets to experience Jodhpur in an elegant way by touching every spice of vacation. Some are luxurious and some are adventurous but, every cent and every second you spend in these activities are worth multiple times as memories, adrenaline rush, and experience. Have a look! 

1. Exploration

There are a number of architectural masterpieces to explore in Jodhpur, and Mehrangarh Fort is the most famous of them all. One can explore ancient galleries, museums, and others while strolling around in the city. Apart from these, Umaid Bhawan Palace and Jaswant Thada are top places to visit in Jodhpur. If your guide is good at his work, then he can give you a lot of interesting information on the regal history of this place as you explore. 

2. Flying Fox

The flying fox aka zip line is an interesting adventure activity in Jodhpur. Surrounded by rocky terrain, this city offers zipline activity at various locations including Mehrangarh Fort. It provides a magnificent view of the city and pumps up the adrenaline in your body. Ziplining is available throughout the year from 9-5 every day. The price ranges from INR 1500 per person, which can change with time and season.

3. Street Food

Rich with finger-lickin' good snacks, the best way to enjoy the Jodhpur cuisine is to get on the streets. The best snacks to hog on are Mirchi Vada, Daal Baati Choorma, Omelet, Samosa, Masala Tea, and Lassi. The best street can be found near the clock tower market of Jodhpur. Many tourists club this activity with shopping or cycling.

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4. Shopping

The vibrant markets of Jodhpur are popular for sightseeing, shopping, photography, and street food. If you are planning to visit these bazaars then don’t forget to buy spices, artifacts, textiles and handicraft goods. The top markets of Jodhpur are Handloom Market and Clock Tower Market. One can find many souvenir shops here, especially unique silver-based souvenirs that are very popular.

5. Village Safari

One of the most iconic attractions in Jodhpur is Village Safari. This activity will take you close to the exotic wildlife of Jodhpur, the rich culture of village life, and the handicraft industry. From spotting birds to visiting desert oasis, the Village Safari in Jodhpur gives you a unique experience that no other activity does. It is a great opportunity for photographers to have a great clicking time. The best thing about village safaris in Jodhpur is that no two safaris are similar to each other. Every village is unique in its own way.

6. Opium Party

Though opium is banned all over the country, in Jodhpur, it is deeply connected with the local culture and hence, one can enjoy it in Amal Sabha. The opium parties in Jodhpur are more than 1000 years old. The opium is available in two different variants: filtered and soaked. First, it is offered to the deity and then served to all those present. Women are not allowed to attend this ceremony and no one can take the opium out of Amal Sabha.

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7. Cycling

The best way to get to know the city of Jodhpur is that you start your day early and pedal your way through the city. Many tourist attractions will come your way as you will have an opportunity to witness the Blue City without the rush. The photogenic face of Jodhpur is brightest during the mornings.

8. Nature Sightseeing

To enjoy the massive ecology, one can visit Rao Jodha Desert Park in Jodhpur. This place changes its foliage with the seasons. The best way to explore this park is by walking as it covers more than 200 acres of land. To walk across the park, a trail is laid all over the park. The best time to visit is between the months of January and February as you can open up to a different nature.

9. Camel Farm Tour

There are many spice fields in Jodhpur open for travelers to take camel rides. Riding camels through the open fields is one of the most unique experiences that you can indulge in. Local farmers love opening his house for travelers and serving traditional home-cooked lunches. The cost of the lunch would be less but it will be highly appreciated by you. One can walk around the farms, watch them work and even help in their daily activities.

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10. Desert Dinner

It is no less than a crime to visit Jodhpur and not enter the Thar desert. One can visit the sand dunes on a 4 wheel drive vehicle or a camel and enjoy a luxurious dinner under the stars and moonlight in the desert. Tents to hire are also available to spend the night. This might be a little heavy on your pockets, but every cent is worth the experience. A few trip planners also arrange dance performances and cultural activities for tourists on request.

These ten things to do in Jodhpur are just a palate of essence that you can experience in this city. Hope this list will help you plan your vacation right! Meanwhile, book your tickets at the most reasonable price through Adotrip. You can also book hotels and tour packages. With us, nothing is far!

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--- Published By  Vineet Gupta