A journey to Rajasthan is recommended for anyone looking for historical relics. Rajasthan should be at the top of your list if you want to take a peaceful vacation and admire the beauty of the golden dunes. Situated in the harsh lands of the Thar Desert, Rajasthan is a symbol of Bravery, Heroism, and Royalty and is known as the Land of the Kings. Having the status of the largest state of the Republic of India, this stunning region is a popular tourist destination because its walls are covered with historical accounts of fought conflicts and romance surrounding wealth and the wartime ballads that were popular but still exist now. This region is a vibrant mix of enormous forts, magnificent palaces, various civilizations, heavenly flavorsome foods, and friendly people. Here are some mind-boggling destinations to explore in Rajasthan-
Surrounded by verdant forests, Kumbhalgarh Fort is a majestic citadel raised in the foothills of the Aravalli hills. Rana Kumbha constructed Kumbhalgarh Fort in the fifteenth century developing it to be the second largest fort in Rajasthan. The fort’s 38km-long wall is the second-longest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China which can be ogled from sky-high by a Hot Air Balloon Safari by Skywaltz. Currently, the fort is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Shekhawati, a cultural paradise and a shelter for travelers will woo you with its beauty. Places like Nawalgarh, Jhunjhunu, and Sikar are peppered with several beautiful fortifications, Havelis, and palaces that showcase the brilliant workmanship of Rajasthan. These locations, which are adorned with paintings, carvings, and life-size statues, nevertheless retain the charisma of the past and the traces of exquisite construction.
This city in Rajasthan draws visitors from all over the world all year long because of its fascinating Mughal past and religious attractions. You will undoubtedly find a place to call home in Ajmer whether you are a history buff or a nature lover. Dargah Shariff, Nasiyan Jain Temple, Ana Sagar Lake, Nareli Jain Temple, Adhai-Din Ka Jhonpra, Prithviraj Smarak, and Akbar’s Palace & Museum, are the attractions that guarantee to captivate you with their spectacular beauty and historical significance and leave you wanting more.
Sariska Tiger Reserve
Sariska National Park, currently known as The Sariska Tiger Reserve, is located in the Aravali Hills over an area of around 800 square kilometers, which includes grasslands, dry deciduous forests, cliffs, and rocky scenery. The Maharaja of Alwar was used to preserve this region for hunting. You can book your journey to the reserve for the majestic Royal Bengal Tigers that roam around.
A beautiful hamlet on the Rajasthani border, Neemrana is located around 150 kilometers from Jaipur. Drive here to spend the day if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the metropolis. A stunning fort that is now a heritage hotel offers a peaceful weekend in the lap of luxury and peace. You may also participate in adrenaline-pumping sports like Hot Air Balloon Ride to enjoy this stunning fort from the 15th century from an eagle’s perspective, paragliding, cycling tour, elephant safari, and flying fox adventure, or take in the serene yet alluring sunsets from the fort terraces.