10 EXTRAORDINARY THINGS TO DO IN RAJASTHAN –The state of desert, the land of history and culture, the crown of Pratap, the ground of literature and the home to art and architecture. One can get a full-fledged package of fun at a single place.
Connoisseurs, you are welcomed by the all-time favourite DAL-BATI-CHURMA. Shopaholics, an unending list of interesting stuff to buy, waiting for you at this end. History buffs, you won’t get a place more archaeolic than this! Photo fanatics, this place is candid as it should be! And most importantly, adventure seekers and fun lovers would find a place no better than this.
Most of the websites would give you information regarding the history and culture of Rajasthan. One cannot deny the fact that kings, palaces, wars, art and culture are the underlay of this land. However, in case you are not a culture freak, worry not. Rajasthan has a lot to offer. So let us go through some of the exciting things you can do while visiting Rajasthan.
There is no doubt in the fact that Rajasthan is a dry state. Vast deserts cover up most of its area. And of course you won’t leave the desert without whizzing on the dunes in jeeps. Desert safari is one exciting thing you won’t leave back. This is indeed an adventure at its best, and you can find this in Jaisalmer.
Zip Lining with Flying Fox:
Adventure seekers, get ready for the exhilarating sport of zip lining with flying fox. You can enjoy this activity at Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, with an absolutely free splendid view of Chokelao Garden and Rani Ser Lake.
Visiting Rajasthan without going to Udaipur is a complete waste. You need to see the city of lakes, the Venice of the East. The major attraction other than the heritage sites in Udaipur is the Fateh Sagar Lake. It is the heart of the city and remains crowded all year long. Here in this lake, you can enjoy speed boating – a ride that is absolutely rejuvenating and one you won’t ever forget.
Sky Walts Balloon Safari:
Soar up high in the sky with an all-time favourite activity – Hot Air Ballooning. Float like a cloud and lavishly enjoy the breath-taking view of the state. You may find balloon safari in Ranthambore, or at Pushkar in Jaipur.
A world-wide spiritual movement, Brahmakumaris was founded in 1937 and has spread over 110 countries. Its Headquarter is in Mount Abu, Rajasthan. It is an organization entirely led by women. You shall, at no chance miss the feeling of peace, love and serenity that flows in its air, and that will purify your mind and soul.
Royal Elephant Polo:
Not just an elephant ride, but a full-fledged game of elephant polo is a sport worth watching. I am sure you will be utmost excited for the same. This is definitely something you won’t find everywhere. You may enjoy this sight of a lifetime at Dera Amer in Jaipur – an event you’ll never forget!
Visit Jodhpur and come to watch the commendable performance by the Kalbeliyan tribe. Watch the Kalbeliya men undermine snakes in an astonishing way, and women dance to the tune of flute. Here you are certainly going to have a memorable time.
Vintage Car Rally:
Had enough of Jaipur surprises? Hold back, we have something thrilling for you. Visit the pink city in around January or February and you shall find Vintage cars roaring on the streets of Jaipur at the vintage car rally. Do not miss the fantastic sight of old beauties landing on the roads again!
Still feeling some thrill missing? Watch out for the spooky Bhangarh Fort situated in Alwar district of Rajasthan. This fort is in ruins and is believed to be haunted since ages. You are not to visit this place post sunset, else your family would be missing you lifelong. Had goosebumps already? Then do not miss out this fort, and more than that, do not miss listening to a bunch of bizarre stories from locales about this place!
Rajasthan is no doubt popular for its authentic culture. So go ahead and explore its heritage by visiting Shilpgram Museum situated in Udaipur, Rajasthan. You will see an entire place exhibiting the culture and lifestyle of the state.
So pack your bags and get going. Book your tickets now. Visit Rajasthan and rejuvenate your life.