Rajasthan has many real treasures just waiting to be found. Rajasthan is a great place to visit because of its spectacular, as well as its rich culinary heritage and customs distinct heritage. Every traveler, both domestic and international, has Rajasthan on their bucket list. Since the state is home to so many known locations, tourists who travel through roads can also discover some of the equally wonderful unusual locations while going towards the main sights. All you have to do is grab your baggage and start the road trips to Rajasthan. What better way to get there than by hitting the roads?
Places For Road Trips in Rajasthan
Rajasthan is far more than you may know or have imagined. Choosing between a road trip and public transportation is a decision that must be made while planning a journey to Rajasthan. But most people prefer their own vehicles to visit there and also it will get easier for them to explore local places. There are some advantages and some disadvantages. This great road trip to Rajasthan will show you the must-see features of the state as well as a few must-see sites along the way in the northern Indian states of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.
The Thar Desert, which extends into Pakistan and disregards artificial borders, covers the majority of Rajasthan’s western region. Despite being dry and dusty, it is the most populous desert region in the world and has been for centuries because of numerous royal dynasties that built forts, palaces, and vibrant cities like Jodhpur there.
The road trip to Rajasthan begins in the state capital of Jaipur, continues via the artistic pathways of Bundi and Chittorgarh, the lake and city palace museum in Udaipur, takes us through the deserts of Jaisalmer, makes a pit break in Bikaner, and in between other mesmerizing sights will be discovering and ends with a return to Jaipur. Read on how to make your upcoming trip memorable and special.
Jaipur to Bundi
Bundi offers a taste of the eccentric Rajasthan with its rows of blue homes, hills, lakes, bazaars, and temples. For stunning architecture and a beautiful view of the town below, visit Taragarh Fort. Another well-known feature is the man-made lake Naval Sagar, which has a Lord Varuna temple that is partially underwater. Over the eight centuries, the rich heritage of the city of Bundi is visibly observable. The town of Bundi is also known for its artistic abilities and several vocalists and musicians. Also, shop from local markets to find beautiful art pieces as a memory.
Bundi to Chittorgarh
Chittorgarh is a place of glory, filled with endless tales of heroic kings and epic battles. The town’s rich culture and heritage are evident in the legacy that is passed down to the newer generations. The town’s primary draw is the Chittorgarh Fort. Visit Keerthi Stambh, Rana Kumbha Palace, Vijay Stambh, Padmini Palace, and Kalika Mata Temple as well if you want to go deeply into historical tales.
Distance: 154 km
Chittorgarh to Udaipur
This road trips to Rajasthan from here gets exciting. Udaipur is a place that is known as romantic and one of the most visited destinations in the world. The city is filled with a diverse range of palaces and sites. The City Palace, Fateh Sagar Lake, Nehru Park, Jagadish Temple, and Sahelio ki Bari are just a few sites that, with their stunning architecture, perfectly embody the spirit of Udaipur.
Time: 2 Hours
Udaipur to Jodhpur
Jodhpur is known as the Blue city. There’s a famous Mehrangarh fort which has a little steep way. If you are a foodie you can also join jodhpur’s food trial. You can also experience the desert safari and ride through the sandy problems.
Time: 4 hrs
Jodhpur to Jaisalmer
Massive sandcastles rise from the Thar Desert’s heart in Jaisalmer, often known as the Sun City of Rajasthan, serving as a monument to an illustrious past. Patwano ki haveli, bada bagh, gadisar lake, hold the beauty of the place. Sam sand dunes are the best place to start the desert safari and camp under the stars.
Distance: 156 km
Time : 3 hours
Jodhpur to Jaipur
As this road trips in Rajasthan comes to an end let us explore the pink city ‘Of Jaipur’ which is known for royalty, old-world charm, and modern lifestyle. If you are a food lover you should also try the famous Pyaaz kachori. Unwind it by going to local markets and shop some art pieces to keep as a memory.
This Rajasthan Tour of 5 days covered all the main as well as the offbeat locations. The best time to visit Rajasthan is in February. For any other detail, you can contact us.