If you enjoy exploring outdoor views, a visit to places near Jaipur during the monsoon is perfect; then again you should travel to Rajasthan because it is also the time when you can find local people rejoicing in festivals and the weather. Also called the land of colours and music, Rajasthan is all about traditional and local culture. So this monsoon, you can follow this list of the best day trips from Jaipur to take.
Many tourists visit Alwar, especially during December month. Here you can pay your visit to the famous Sariska Sanctuary which is famous for its exotic wildlife. Apart from this, you will also enjoy the Lakes here in Alwar.
Jodhpur is a city in Rajasthan that is also identified by its blue background colour. There are many gardens, museums and other places of attractions in Jodhpur. The endless list may not be limited to Ghanta Ghar, Kalyana Lake, Umaid Bhavan, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens, Masuria hills and much more.
There certainly is no other better place in Rajasthan as compared to Mount Abu. It is a preferred tourist destination and is a famous hill station as well. You can enjoy the ride at the Lake in Abu or simply walk the most difficult terrains. Apart from the ones that are mentioned above, there are many other places to visit in Rajasthan that can be termed as top preferred destinations. No matter where you travel in Rajasthan, you will always be welcomed by the local people of Rajasthan.
Rajasthan is a place that offers many Safaris you can experience being close to nature and wildlife. Ranthambore is one of the best day trips to take from Jaipur where you get to enjoy the Safari excitement.
Udaipur is often said to be the most romantic city in India, as it's filled with expansive lakes and old palaces. The exquisite City Palace Complex, which stretches along the eastern shore of Lake Pichola, dominates the city and the royal family still lives in a part of it. Many personal royal heirlooms, family photos, and other memorabilia are displayed in the City Palace Museum, giving Udaipur a very regal feel.
Although increasingly popular with travellers, Bundi also often gets overlooked as a tourist destination in Rajasthan due to its off-the-beaten-path location between Jaipur and Udaipur. It's a captivating place to visit, with its lakes, temples, markets, miniature paintings, and blue houses similar to Jodhpur. This relatively laid-back town is dominated by the extraordinary and imposing Bundi Palace, which protrudes out of the hillside. The ancient, winding lanes of the Old City are fascinating to wander through. Bundi also has around 60 step wells and a ramshackle fort above the palace.
A remarkable sandstone city that rises magically from the dunes of the Thar desert, Jaisalmer looks like it's straight out of Arabian Nights.
Chittorgarh is one of the ancient cities of Rajasthan and was founded at the time of the Maurya Kingdom. It is also known as the birthplace of Meerabai and the legendary Maharaj Pratap Singh. There are a lot of Palaces, Forts, Gardens, and temples that you can visit here in Chittorgarh.
The ancient city of Rajasthan is also well known for its bird sanctuary. Most parts of Sawai Madhopur have been included inside the reserves national park and are also well known for Ranthambore Tiger Reserves. So if you enjoy wildlife and raw nature, then this is the best destination for you.
To get a real desert experience, Khuri is the best place to visit in Rajasthan. With varied sand dunes and camel safari, this place can be best enjoyed during monsoon. Nothing can be more tempting than a desert camel safari at Khuri, This small village lies to the southwest of Jaisalmer hence reaching here will not be a problem, venture into the colourful villages or opt for the camel safaris or desert camping.