Rajasthan, mostly known for its gorgeous sights, opulent palaces, massive forts, incredible havelis, wildlife parks, and sanctuaries, is also the perfect place to enjoy some interesting activities that help you get introduced to a different facet of this magnificent state. Visit Rajasthan, travel in style like a Maharaja, and enjoy the glorious sights and sounds of this vibrant state. There is no dearth of interesting and exciting things to do in Rajasthan that will make your vacation more memorable and interesting. Have a look at the amazing experiences that the state has in store for you. Scroll down and continue reading.
Wake up early in the morning, enjoy the peace and quiet around, and take it to the skies, drifting slowly amidst soft, feathery clouds. Enjoy the birds’ eye view of Jaipur city with hot air ballooning and drift over the imposing Amer Fort, Nahargarh, and Jaigarh.
Also referred to as Flying Fox, enjoy zip-lining near Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur, and Neemrana Fort, Neemrana. Whiz past from one cliff to another and enjoy stunning views of one of the most magnificent forts of India and the quintessential Blue City.
Rajasthan is also known for its architectural brilliance, evident in its magnificent structures. Check out one of the largest step wells in the world in Abhaneri, near Jaipur. Also referred to as Chand Bowri, it has 3500 steps descending down 20 meters to the bottom of the well. It is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan.
Camping in the desert area, under starlit skies, enjoying enthralling folk dances and music, and authentic Rajasthani meals is a surreal experience that you will remember for a long time. Spend a night amidst the dunes of Sam Desert and come back refreshed and relaxed.
A must-enjoy activity for wildlife lovers and nature aficionados, a wildlife safari in Sariska is nothing short of a heavenly experience. Home to Royal Bengal Tiger, Sariska Tiger Reserve is one of the most visited wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan. Explore the raw beauty of dense forests and spot rare flora and faunal species in a wildlife safari.
Rajasthan is also known for its unique food options. A trip to Jodhpur is incomplete without trying its amazing food which includes gatte ki sabzi, chakki ki sabzi, shahi gatte, mirchi bada, nargisi kofte, ker sangri, laal maas, safed maas, ghevar, makhaniya lassi and more. These delicacies can be enjoyed in every city in the state with minor taste variations.