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Rajasthan is known for its rich culture, deserts, festivities and Heat! Well, you had thought that’s all? WanderTrust is here to give you a reality check! Rajasthan is one of India’s most lovely places, totally apt to be visited in the Monsoons. The ramparts of the mighty forts welcome the drops of rains. The Nature, people and landscape seem to be rejoicing to their fullest during this time. Come explore with us the best trip you could have in the alluring months of showers.

Welcome to the Land of Maharajas! Jaane Kya Dikh jaye!

1. Jaipur

Monsoons in Jaipur give you an opportunity to witness the Teej festival which marks the advent of the season. Also, sights of Jal Mahal, Albert Hall museum, Amber fort, Statue Circle and the temples in Jaipur are awe striking especially during the rains because it’s the best time of the year to enjoy the marvelous beauty of the city in peace.

2. Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is one such destination which has endless perks during monsoons! Glide with desert birds while para-motoring high above the Jaisalmer desert and let the desert breeze guide your way during this unique adventure. Or head to the great Jaisalmer fort and Golden Fort. One could even enjoy the sheer joy of riding a quad bike in Thar Desert.

3. Jodhpur

What could be better than a cup of tea and steaming hot food in the monsoon? Well, Jodhpur is one such destination that has all the comfort in store for you. With its ever famous street food of all styles, Jodhpur is a perfect foodies’ stop this monsoon. Also, architectural marvels like Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Phool Mahal etc make the Blue city a perfect haven.

4. Mount Abu

Scenic beauty? Check. Perfect photography spots? Check. Shopping options? Check. YES! Mount Abu has all these amazing options for all its tourists. From Guru Shikhar Mountain Point and Achalgarh to Nakki Lake and Mount Abu bazaars, you can explore every bit of Rajasthan in this small place.

5. Udaipur

Bagore ki Haveli, City palace, Shilpgram Museum and numerous lakes! Yes, we are talking about the City of Lakes- Udaipur. If you are someone who wishes to spend time closely in the lap of nature then this is your right destination. Udaipur is like a miniature euphoria  which has all the options one can ask for. Be it architectural beauties, sanctuaries like – Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary or nearby monsoon exclusive excursion spots like Ranakpur, Haldighati etc.

6. Bundi

Bundi is a magnificent town located around 36 kilometres from Kota. Dotted with palaces and forts, the place has a fairy tale quality about it. Bundi’s charm lies in its location –surrounded by orchards of orange, guava, pomegranate and mango trees, flanked by the Aravalli range and rivers. Raniji ki Baori, Tarahgarh Fort, Lake Jait Sagar are some famous monsoon spots.

7. Narlai

During the monsoons, this village in Rajasthan witnesses a huge influx of tourists due to the rural yet exquisite experience it has to offer. One can go for a jeep safari and catch wonderful views of the deer, leopard and chital. Or visit the various handicraft centers and witness the locally made textiles and durries.

Well, besides the wonder that above mentioned places have to offer, it is worthy to note that Monsoon is one season in which you can travel to Rajasthan as cheaper flight rates, lesser rush, better and exotic stay options and have numerous opportunities to enjoy the Rajasthani festivals. Family trip, couple trip or a solo trip we have all set for you and so does Rajasthan. So why are you still thinking? Come book your next trip with WanderTrust.

Let Rajasthan surprise you!

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