Rajasthan a land of kings is a great example to experience the grandeur dating back to many years. Who don’t know about the majestic palaces, thrilling deserts, attractive crafts and cultural cuisine of Rajasthan? It is a perfect place for all types of travelers, be it solo, family or honeymoon couples and that’s why Rajasthan Honeymoon packages India is in trend.
Must see before you leave Rajasthan –
1) Amber Fort in Jaipur
This immense structure is located around 11km from Jaipur and offers you a perfect combination of Muslim and Hindu architectures to observe and see. The fort looks beautiful in the red sandstone and white marble. The Maota Lake improves its charm and gives a clear reflection of the fort to travelers.
2) Lake Palace in Udaipur
The Aravalli hills create a perfect background for the beautiful Lake Palace situated in the middle of the Lake Pichola. Established as a summer palace by the Udaipur’s Royal family, it is now turn into hotel and managed by the Taj Group of Hotels. Carved marble pillar, ornamental gold cover moldings and yes, a superb view has made it a perfect honeymoon location. It is also voted as India’s most romantic hotel in India.
3) Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur
The largest personal residence to live in the globe, the Umaid Bhawan Palace can be best known as the best mixture of Indian and art deco styles. With 347 rooms, the palace welcomes its guests with open arms and offers them a nice stay in the midst of royals. Still a part of the palace is used as a private residence of Jodhpur’s royal family and another part has been acquired by the ITC Group of Hotels.
4) Dilwara temples close to Mount Abu hill station
The temple is considered as the finest structure of marble stone. Situated on few kilometers of drive from Mount Abu the only hill station in the state, the temple is very famous among travelers and particularly its intricate design on the ceilings and the pillars attracts them. It is the most popular Jain pilgrimage place.
When to Go:
The perfect time to travel Rajasthan is in between October to March, when the temperature is cool and favorable. Winter season is the best time to travel in Rajasthan.
By Air – There are regular flights from Rajasthan to all the parts of India and gives you easy access to reach.
By Rail – Trains connects all the cities in Rajasthan from major cities in India.
By Road – National Highway 8 connects it from Delhi and Mumbai. Though, Mumbai is pretty far, a road tour to the state takes only 4 hours from Delhi.
Splendid palaces, soul-satisfying food, cultural heritages and unlimited chances to shop make the state a perfect place for honeymoon. Rajasthan will surprise you at every step during your honeymoon tours.
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