Among all the months, July; mid-monsoon is a time and season which brings delight with it. Far-famed for its sand wilderness and royal palaces; in Rajasthan, Monsoon comes as a visual and seasonal treat to this searing land. Rajasthan has a rich multifariousness in terms of everything from culture, food, and art forms.
To make your Monsoon tour more enhancing we bring you 10 most incredible places to visit in Rajasthan in July. Have a look!
One of the lesser-known places in Rajasthan that is not yet flocked by millions of tourists, yet is amazingly beautiful is the quaint township of Jhalawar located at the border of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Water fed vibrant greenery and unique flora and fauna make this spot an interesting visit during the rain-washed monsoon months that every leaf around the town fresh green and make the earth smell of nostalgic wet grass.
2. Mount Abu
Mount Abu, the only hill station of Rajasthan is a perfect place where to spend some rainy time. Marked with pleasing weather, lush greenery and scenic beauty Mount Abu holds prominence in terms of natural abundance. People can enjoy fun activities such as bird watching, nature walk, strolling through mountains.
Well, though these cities are different, when it comes to tourism, Pushkar and Ajmer come as complementary tourist cities to each other. Pushkar is an ancient city that is famous for ghats and Brahmma temple while Ajmer is famous for Ana Sagar Lake. With historical and mythological importance Ajmer and Pushkar hold many interesting stories associated with them. Enjoy the scenic beauty of Pushkar that includes lush forest, huge hills and natural abundance. Rajasthan seems at its best during mid-monsoon time
Famous as a city of Lakes, Udaipur due to the presence of many lakes make a perfect tourist attraction in Rajasthan. Along with its regal structures, the city is also famous for its mind-blowing weather during the season of monsoon.
5. Keoladeo National Park
The hub of natural abundance, Keoladeo National Park is one of the finest places in Rajasthan. Perfect for all nature enthusiasts, Keoladeo National Park is also known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and Ghana National Park. Famous as a house of thousands of birds (local and migratory); this place is a perfect tourist location for bird lovers. The national park boasted with more the 230 species of birds.
It is one of the beautiful rural places in Rajasthan to be visited in the season of Monsoon. Narlai is located in between the city of Udaipur and Jodhpur which comes as a delight for Rajasthan tours. The ethnic village with ethnic culture along with the people of Narlai is a treat for eyes. The luxury heritage hotel in Narlai is actually an oasis of calm.
Among all the cities in Rajasthan, Bundi is the city that receives the maximum rainfall during the year. The place is the best destination to visit in July in Rajasthan. The place is famous for the architectural marvel, ornamental forts, charming palaces, and step-well reservoirs which are known as baoris. Formally known as Bunda Ka Nal, Bundi is having great historical significance and has witnessed many battles and legends tale of valour.
Mandawa town is majorly famous for traditional Havelis. Travellers from not only India but from across the world visit Mandawa every year to cherish the beauty of this place. The history of the place dated back to the 18th century. The place has been christened with many names in its initial stage, Mandu Ki Dhani, Mandu ka Bas, Manduwas, and Manduwa which ultimately known as Mandawa. Located in the Shekhawati region, Mandawa is a perfect tourist hub to be explored in July.
The town of Ranakpur is quite famous for the huge population of monkeys that fascinates travellers who visit this place. With the presence of Jain Temples, Ranakpur holds a significant position in your Rajasthan Trip Itinerary. The small Sun temple of Ranakpur is also a major tourist attraction. This temple is managed by the royal family of Udaipur on royal family trust.
Famous as the Pink City of Rajasthan, Jaipur is not only the capital of Rajasthan but is also the capital of fun love and a calm environment. The place is filled with major forts and palaces which will give you a fine idea about the royal era of Rajasthan. Many national and international travellers from all over the world love visiting Jaipur in their holidays