7 Best Romantic Cities in Rajasthan for Honeymoon

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A main question among the couples after tying the knot is regarding their honeymoon place. Well, it is the time to answer the question. Below are top 7 honeymoon destinations in Rajasthan, which has unparallel magical feel and romantic.

Udaipur : Romantic city in India

Udaipur Romantic city

Udaipur a home of clear Lake and royal monuments, is rich in natural heritage, amusing gardens, green mountain ranges make Udaipur the most popular romantic destination in Rajasthan. Whether you want to spend some time at the bank of Lake Pichola, gazing the City Palace, exploring the Monsoon Palace and Moti Magri, Udaipur offers you a number of options to discover. The newly-wed couples can celebrate their eternal love at Taj Lake Palace.

Jodhpur: Perfect Royal Touch

Jodhpur Perfect Royal Touch

If you want to celebrate your special days with a royal taste, then Jodhpur is the perfect romantic place. The stunning golden sand, rustic villages, superb monuments and appealing palaces thrill the couples. The newly-wed couples can also travel many interesting sites such as – Umaid Bhawan, Mehrangarh Fort, Mandore gardens and others. If you wish to purchase some customary gifts for your beloved, Jodhpur has a great range of colorful handicrafts.

Jaisalmer: A home of sand

Jaisalmer-A home of sand

Beautiful Golden sand city, Jaisalmer is the best place for couples to enjoy a honeymoon. Desert camp, camel safari, Rajasthani dance, music and dinner make it a romantic place. Jaisalmer provides an unparallel ambience to the couples through its sandstone walls, narrow streets and carved structures. Honeymooners can travel the Jaisalmer fort and the splendid Havelis to enjoy this medieval feel in this golden town.

Ranthambore: Go for wild

Ranthambore

The national park is famous for wildlife and best option to witness the animals in their personal habitats. Spotting a tiger in the national park would bring you a different attraction and add extra charm in your honeymoon. Walking around the park, discover Kachida Valley, Ranthambore fort, Surwal Lake and Raj Bagh ruins are few other best sites which can be traveled in Ranthambore.

Mount Abu: Visit a hill-station

Mount Abu

Honeymoon tour is the most usual choice for couples who have just married. Mount Abu is the only hill-station in Rajasthan which appeals great deal of travelers on account of its happiest climate. The green Aravali hills and Nakki Lake offer a great treat to couples. Striking Dilwara Jain Temples also make it a famous pilgrimage home for Jains.

Pushkar: feel the spiritual vibe

Pushkar feel the spiritual vibe

The peaceful beauty of Pushkar is famous among the couples, particularly among newly-wed couples. The city is surrounded with hills by 3 sides and the 4th side by the golden sand. Pushkar festivals, safaris and spiritual places are some of the important activities which appeals religious couples to Pushkar.

Jaipur – a city of love

Jaipur a city of love

The perfect atmosphere of Jaipur is the most popular among couples. The beauty of the city lies in its beautiful gardens, superb monuments and amazing customary hotels established by the Royal families. The city is also known as the Pink city and we all know pink is a symbol of love and celebration. Hawa Mahal, Amer Palace and the City Palace are some old heritage places that can be explored.

Rajasthan is the most attractive and royal place in India and you can have a great time while booking the Rajasthan tour packages from Delhi . If you are going to marry and looking for luxurious place in India to honeymoon, then it is the perfect place to plan your honeymoon.

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