Top 5 Insta-worthy places in Rajasthan to add to your tour itinerary

Forts, the Thar Desert and high-rise palaces are what come to our mind when we think of Rajasthan. Nevertheless, it is one of the most iconic places to visit in north India, which is well known for its picturesque landscapes, royal heritage and cultural diversity. The city of kings has umpteen number of popular places, however, we have come up with the top 5 places in Rajasthan, which one can add to their holiday itinerary.


The city which is known to be referred to as the “City of lakes” is the erstwhile capital of Mewar Kingdom. It is one of the most sought-after destinations by tourists all across India and abroad. If you want to spend some time in a serene and crowd-free environment in the lap of nature, Udaipur is the right place for you.

Things of interest:

  • The 10-Day Shilpgram festival conducted every year between the 21st of December and to 31st of December attracts lots of arts and crafts enthusiasts.
  • Monsoon palace located on the outskirts of the city offers a spectacular view of the city and the areas around it.
  • Lake Pichola which is named after Pichola village is a freshwater man-made lake constructed back a few centuries ago. Taking a boat ride at lake Pichola during the evening soothes your soul with breathtaking views of the sunset.


Jaipur got its name as “Pink City” as all the buildings and structures across the city are painted in pink colour. The city was once painted pink by Maharaja Raja Singh marking the arrival of the prince of wales and queen victoria and the culture continues to exist to date. The foundation of the largest city in Rajasthan dates back to the 18th century. Here are some of the popular attractions of Jaipur.

Things of interest:

  • Hawa mahal: The signature mahal of Jaipur, made of red and pink sandstone, stands tall boasting its architectural brilliance. The top of the mahal offers an excellent view of the city.
  • Jantar Mantar: It is the largest astronomical observatory in the country, constructed to predict the time and movement of the sun, moon and other planets. It also houses the biggest sundial.


Rajasthan’s second largest city, Jodhpur, is known as the “Gateway to Thar” due to its location near the Thar desert. It is well known for its carpets and handicrafts. In this city, all temples and houses are painted with vibrant shades of blue, making it known as the “blue city.”

Things of Interest:

  • Umaid Bhavan Palace and Mehrangarh Fort are a must to visit places here.
  • Authentic Jodhpuri desserts like Gulab Jamun ka sabzi and laal maas are a must-try if you’re in Jodhpur.


The inception of Jaisalmer city dates back to the 12th century. It used to be the former trading centre of Rajasthan then, it is quite popularly known as “Golden City” and is located in the heart of the Thar desert. As Jaisalmer is a desert city, the better time to visit Jaisalmer is during the winter season which spans from October to March.

Things of Interest:

  • Fort of Jaisalmer is a popular landmark and a popular tourist destination spot here. The fort fences the entire city of Jaisalmer with its walls, housing not just Jain temples but also many shops, hotels and ancient havelis in its narrow winding lanes.
  • Camel safari in Jaisalmer is one of the most enthralling experiences and is one of the most loved tourist attractions.
  • If you have sweet tooth, you should relish the taste of ‘ghotua’ an authentic sweet delicacy of Jaisalmer.


Bikaner is the fourth largest city in Rajasthan. It was founded by king Rao Bika in the 14th century. It is also known by its name “Camel Country” as it is home to one of the world’s largest camel breeding farms and for having the best riding camels in the world.

Things of Interest:

  • Bikaner’s camel festival, held every January, is one of the most happening events in the city.
  • In addition, camel safari rides are quite popular in this region.
  • Bikaner’s Karni Mata Temple is devoted to Karni Mata, an incarnation of Durga is a house to over 20,000 rats.
  • The papad of Bikaner is a must-try dish in Bikaner


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