A QUICK AND HANDY TRAVEL GUIDE FOR RAJASTHAN TOUR
Rajasthan is not just about the desert, it’s also a state of mountains, lakes, colors, traditions, culture, and immense history. It homes numerous forts, palaces, and various ancient monuments with magnificent architecture and having glorious stories related to. We upgrade you with a few facts about Rajasthan tourism.
How to get there?
Rajasthan has an international airport at Jaipur that has connectivity to nations like Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia etc and then it also has domestic airports at various other cities that connect all the major cities of the country.
The well-constructed roads and its National Highways provide smooth ride that provides connectivity to all the major cities of the country.
You can either avail the bus facility provided by the Rajasthan government or traveling on your own vehicle is also not a bad option.
The rail network is well spread across the state. Its cities like Jaipur and Udaipur, Jodhpur,Kota etc. are very well-connected through length and breadth of the country.
How to travel intra-city?
You’ll find various options of transportation, like auto-rickshaws and taxi services (sharing as well as personal), cycle rickshaws, metro, buses, and even tongas in some cities. Nowadays, prepaid taxis are also introduced at the major airports of Rajasthan.
What is the best time to visit?
Rajasthan is one of the hottest states of the country so planning to visit it in summer is a bad idea. Best time to witness this bliss is October to March when the state offers its tourists a suitable climate to roam around and explore its beauty.
How to plan?
There are numerous travel agents and tour planners that help the tourists to get the maximum out of their trip. You can hire any travel agent to look after your itinerary, accommodation and transportation and book the packages they offer on their platform. You can also hire bikes/cars on rent, if you wish to ride on your own. ‘Padharo Travel’ offers lucrative offers in this regard.
I am Aastha Maheshwari, a Company Secretary by profession and a traveler by passion. Its travel that keeps me going because life is not meant to be lived at one place.