Planning to spend 2 weeks in Rajasthan? Well, that’s a good amount of time to explore the highlights of Rajasthan. Here’s our suggested two weeks in Rajasthan itinerary to explore the best of Rajasthan. To this, you might want to add a couple of days or might tweak it a bit (like add Ranthambore or Sariska instead of Pushkar) to visit one of the best national parks in India (if visiting during tiger season) – Ranthambore National Park or Sariska National Park.
The “Land of Kings” as it’s fondly called is a perfect introduction to India. No trip to India is complete without visiting the royal state of Rajasthan. With its vibrant culture, intriguing history, royal architecture, magical desert experience, exciting wildlife, sublime temples, mouthwatering food, and intensely hued bazaars – Rajasthan is a treat to the senses.
Crafting a Rajasthan tour itinerary can be daunting, well, because, it’s the largest and grandest state in the country and has so much to see and do that you are bound to get bewildered about where to go and what to do. Take it easy! We have put together this 2 week Rajasthan itinerary to help you have an unforgettable time in Rajasthan.
Rajasthan Travel Tips
Visa for India
You will most likely need a visa to visit India. If you hold a passport from one of the countries that are eligible to avail e-visa, you can apply for e-tourist visa online minimum 4 days in advance of the date of arrival. The e-tourist visa can be for a month or a year or five years.
Best Time to Visit Rajasthan
The best time to visit Rajasthan is in winter (October to February) because that’s when the weather is perfect. Clearly, this also is the busiest time for tourism (December and January being the busiest) that brings in huge crowds and high rates.
If you plan around this time, booking at least three months in advance is recommended to get the best pick of flights and hotels at reasonable rates.
If you despise crowds and want hassle-free exploration, late October or early November can be the best bet. It’s when the weather is gradually cooling down (afternoons are hot so you need to start early) and not many tourists have yet arrived. Plus, you might get to witness one of the most beautiful festivals around the world – Diwali.
How to Get to Rajasthan
The Indian capital of Delhi serves as the most convenient entry into Rajasthan. I’d suggest booking your international flights in and out of Delhi.
It’s best to keep Jaipur (just about 4 hours drive or train journey from Delhi) or Udaipur (about 1 hour 10 minutes flight away from Delhi) as your entry point into Rajasthan to kick off your trip. Jaipur and Udaipur because of good connectivity.
Indigo, SpiceJet, Air Asia, Vistara, and Air India have regular flights to Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jodhpur. We use and trust Kiwi.com for all flight bookings. It lets us compare prices and find the best flight deals.
Consider traveling by train (at least one way if you have time) for an authentic Indian travel experience. There are many express trains like Ajmer Shatabdi Express and Swarna Jayanti Rajdhani Express between Delhi and Jaipur. You can search and book your train tickets via 12Go Asia.
In our Rajasthan 2 week itinerary, we are starting our Rajasthan trip in Udaipur (a quick flight from Delhi to Udaipur) and ending in Jaipur (you can drive or fly from Jaipur to Delhi to catch a flight back to your home country.) You can do it in reverse too meaning start in Jaipur and end in Udaipur.
How to Get Around Rajasthan
The best way to get around Rajasthan is by car with a driver. It’s hassle-free and the fastest way to move from one city to another. Plus, a road trip gives you a glimpse of rural life (a real Rajasthan) between cities and you get the flexibility to stop by and explore the places on the way. The roads in Rajasthan are in good condition and promise a smooth ride.
It’s a good idea to fly to Udaipur from Delhi and start your tour from there. Then drive to Jodhpur from Udaipur while exploring Kumbhalgarh and Ranakpur en route and then moving to Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Pushkar, and ending in Jaipur from where you can catch a flight or a train back to Delhi. Exactly what we are doing in this Rajasthan travel itinerary.
Alternatively, you can also opt for local trains or buses to move around. We recommend 12Go Asia to book trains and buses.
Rajasthan Tour Map
2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary
Our itinerary for Rajasthan covers the best of Rajasthan in 14 days. We booked a car with a driver to explore the royal state of India. It gave us much-needed ease and freedom.
We have also suggested places that can be covered provided you’ve more time on your hands or you are ready to give up places covered in this itinerary and switch them with other suggested places. It’s purely up to you to craft a perfect itinerary that fits your needs and travel style based on our suggestions.
This is what a brief itinerary for Rajasthan looks like:
|Day 1||Arrive in Udaipur | Explore Udaipur||Udaipur|
|Day 2||Explore Udaipur||Udaipur|
|Day 3||Explore Udaipur||Udaipur|
|Day 4||Udaipur to Kumbhalgarh | Stop By Eklingji, Nathdwara, Haldighati, and Maharana Pratap Museum | Explore Kumbhalgarh||Kumbhalgarh|
|Day 5||Kumbhalgarh to Jodhpur | Stop By Ranakpur | Explore Jodhpur||Jodhpur|
|Day 6||Explore Jodhpur||Jodhpur|
|Day 7||Jodhpur to Jaisalmer | Explore Jaisalmer||Jaisalmer|
|Day 8||Jaisalmer to Khuri Sand Dunes | Stop By Lodurva and Kuldhara | Desert Safari and Camping||Khuri Sand Dunes|
|Day 9||Khuri Sand Dunes to Jaisalmer | Explore Jaisalmer||Jaisalmer|
|Day 10||Jaisalmer to Bikaner | Explore Bikaner||Bikaner|
|Day 11||Bikaner to Pushkar | Explore Pushkar||Pushkar|
|Day 12||Pushkar to Jaipur | Explore Jaipur||Jaipur|
|Day 13||Explore Jaipur||Jaipur|
|Day 14||Explore Jaipur | Fly Back Home|
Rajasthan Itinerary: 3 Days in Udaipur
The City of Lakes or the White City or the Venice of the East – Udaipur like its many names has many shades. With its breathtaking lakes, lush rolling hills, stunning marble palaces, teeny weeny lanes, rooftop cafes with amazing views, and more, the picture-perfect city stuns its visitors.
Day 1 of 2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary: Arrive in Udaipur | Explore Udaipur
This day is reserved for the bestest (cream of the crop) things to do in Udaipur.
What all Attractions in Udaipur to be Covered on Day 1
➼ Jagdish Temple
➼ City Palace
➼ Lake Pichola Boat Ride
➼ Jag Mandir
➼ Dharohar Dance Show @ Bagore Ki Haveli
Where to Eat in Udaipur on Day 1
➼ Breakfast: Cafe La Comida
➼ Lunch: Paantya Restaurant
➼ Tea, Coffee, and Snacks: Brew Villa
➼ Dinner: Ambrai Restaurant
Recommended Tours for Day 1
Where to Stay in Udaipur
Day 2 of 2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary: Day Trip to Chittorgarh | Explore Udaipur
There are some amazing historical wonders around Udaipur. Chittorgarh Fort or Chittod ka Killa is one of them. It’s only 112 km from the center of the city and is not to be missed when in Udaipur. It’s where the stories of the brave Indian warriors, Rajputs come to life.
What all Attractions in Udaipur to be Covered on Day 2
➼ Chittorgarh Fort
➼ Saheliyon Ki Bari
➼ Maharana Pratap Samarak
➼ Fateh Sagar Lake
Where to Eat in Udaipur on Day 2
➼ Breakfast: Sai Baba Paratha Center
➼ Lunch: Gangour Restaurant
➼ Tea, Coffee, and Snacks: Sigdi Chai
➼ Dinner: Upre
Recommended Tours for Day 2
Day 3 of 2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary: Explore Udaipur
Another wonderful day in Udaipur! Bahubali Hills will be the star attraction of today.
What all Attractions in Udaipur to be Covered on Day 3
➼ Karni Mata Temple
➼ Badi Lake and Bahubali Hills
➼ Ahar Cenotaphs and Museum
➼ Monsoon Palace
➼ Evening Aarti @ Jagdish Temple
Where to Eat in Udaipur on Day 3
➼ Breakfast: Jheel’s Ginger Coffee Bar & Bakery
➼ Lunch: Millets of Mewar
➼ Tea, Coffee, and Snacks: Chunda Palace Café and Restaurant
➼ Dinner: Charcoal By Carlsson
Recommended Tours for Day 3
Related Read: The Best Udaipur Itinerary for 4 Days
Rajasthan Itinerary: 1 Day in Kumbhalgarh
Kumbhalgarh, aka the Great Wall of India, is the second largest fort in India after Chittorgarh Fort. It enjoys an important place in Indian history for being the birthplace of the legendary king of Mewar, Maharana Pratap.
Day 4 of 2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary: Udaipur to Kumbhalgarh | Stop By Eklingji, Nathdwara, Haldighati, and Maharana Pratap Museum | Explore Kumbhalgarh Fort
Today’s going to be a day full of action! You’ll drive from Udaipur to Kumbhalgarh that’s about 85 km and takes a little over 2 hours, however, you’ll explore all the fascinating attractions on the way so it’ll take an entire day.
Start early to beat the crowds and make the most of your day.
What all Attractions on the way from Udaipur to Kumbhalgarh are to be Covered on Day 4
➼ Eklingji Temple
➼ Shrinathji Temple in Nathdwara
➼ Maharana Pratap Museum
➼ Kumbhalgarh Fort
Where to Eat in on the way from Udaipur to Kumbhalgarh on Day 4
➼ Breakfast: At a restaurant in your hotel in Udaipur
➼ Lunch: Pangat
➼ Tea, Coffee, and Snacks: At a restaurant in your hotel in Kumbhalgarh
➼ Dinner: At a restaurant in your hotel in Kumbhalgarh
Recommended Tours for Day 4
Where to Stay in Kumbhalgarh
Rajasthan Itinerary: 2 Days in Jodhpur
Jodhpur is one of my favorite cities in Rajasthan. Getting lost in a maze of streets lined with bright blue-washed houses (the reason it’s also known as the Blue City), soaking up the beauty of mighty Mehrangarh Fort, listening to the stories of past while wandering the ruins of Mandore, and stuffing your face with delish street food – Jodhpur has a vibe that charms each and everyone.
Day 5 of 2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary: Kumbhalgarh to Jodhpur | Stop Off in Ranakpur | Explore Jodhpur
Day 5 brings you one of the most beautiful temples in the world – Ranakpur Jain Temple. It also happens to be one of the holiest sites in Jainism. Intricately hand-carved from amber stone, the temple boasts 1,444 pillars each narrating a different story. Yes, each pillar is carved exclusively. No two pillars are the same!
Though the temple is open from 6:30 am to 8 pm but the tourists are only allowed between 12 pm to 5 pm. So, plan accordingly. Ranakpur is around 34 km (1 hour 10 minutes) from Kumbhalgarh.
Once you are done exploring Ranakpur Jain Temple, proceed to Jodhpur. It’s about 3 hours (155 km) drive from Ranakpur to Jodhpur. You’ll reach Jodhpur in the evening so it’s best to book a hotel in the center of the city (old town) so you can at least explore the markets of Jodhpur late in the evening and gorge on the delicious street food Jodhpur is famous for.
What all Attractions on the way from Kumbhalgarh to Jodhpur are to be Covered on Day 5
➼ Ranakpur Jain Temple
➼ Markets of Jodhpur
➼ Street Food Tasting
Where to Eat on the way from Kumbhalgarh to Jodhpur on Day 5
➼ Breakfast: At a restaurant in your hotel in Kumbhalgarh
➼ Lunch: Padharo Aa by Ranakpur 1433 VS
➼ Tea, Coffee, and Snacks: Bhati Tea Stall
➼ Dinner: Street Food Tour (Clock Tower Area)
Recommended Tours for Day 5
➼ Culinary Tour and Tea and Pakora
➼ Jodhpur: Street Food Crawl (2 Hours Guided Food Tasting Tour)
➼ Jodhpur by Night: Street Food And Temple Walking Tour
➼ Jodhpur Food Tour
➼ Vibrant Markets of Jodhpur (2 Hours Guided Walking Tour)
Where to Stay in Jodhpur
Day 6 of 2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary: Explore Jodhpur
You have to make the most of today as you only have one day to explore the high points of Jodhpur. Start super early! Book a Morning Heritage Walk with Bluecity Walks (3 to 4 hours) that starts at 6:30 am and includes an authentic breakfast experience. Come back to your hotel and freshen up a bit to start your whirlwind sightseeing tour of Jodhpur.
What all Attractions in Jodhpur are to be Covered on Day 6
➼ Blue Houses Tour
➼ Jaswant Thada
➼ Mehrangarh Fort
➼ Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum
➼ Mandore Garden
Where to Eat in Jodhpur on Day 6
➼ Breakfast: Included with a blue houses tour
➼ Lunch: Darikhana or Khaas Bagh
➼ Tea, Coffee, and Snacks: Sam’s Art Cafe
➼ Dinner: Chokelao Mahal Terrace
Recommended Tours for Day 5
➼ Private Full Day City Tour of Jodhpur
➼ Guided Tour Of Historical Jodhpur City Including Entry Fee & Lunch (Optional)
➼ Private Jodhpur Blue City Tour with Hotel Pickup and Drop-off
➼ Jodhpur Heritage Walk
➼ Private Tour Of Mehrangarh Fort
Learn More: The Best 2 Days in Jodhpur Itinerary
Rajasthan Itinerary: 3 Days in Jaisalmer
Jaisalmer (aka the Golden City) enchants the travelers all around the world for its honey dipped architecture and its location in the heart of Thar Desert. The city is insanely popular among travelers who look for epic desert experience.
Day 7 of 2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary: Jodhpur to Jaisalmer | Explore Jaisalmer
The total journey (282 km) from Jodhpur to Jaisalmer takes over 6 hours with stops. It’s best to start early so you can reach Jaisalmer on time and can have at least half a day to cover the attractions on today’s itinerary.
What all Attractions in Jaisalmer are to be Covered on Day 7
➼ Jaisalmer Fort
➼ Salam Sing Ki Haveli
➼ Nathmalji Ki Haveli
➼ Patwon Ki Haveli
➼ Gadisar Lake
Where to Eat in Jaisalmer on Day 7
➼ Breakfast: At your hotel’s restaurant in Jodhpur
➼ Lunch: Highway Konig Hotel N Restaurant, Pokaran (on the way from Jodhpur to Jaisalmer)
➼ Tea, Coffee, and Snacks: Prabhu Tea Stall
➼ Dinner: Desert Boy’s Dhani
Recommended Tours for Day 7
➼ Private Full Day City Tour of Jaisalmer
➼ Jaisalmer Sightseeing Tour
➼ Jaisalmer Private Day Tour
➼ Cultural & Heritage Trails of Jaisalmer (2 Hours Guided Walking Tour)
➼ Fascinating Day Tour of Golden City
Where to Stay in Jaisalmer
Day 8 of 2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary: Jaisalmer to Khuri Sand Dunes | Stop By Lodurva and Kuldhara | Desert Safari and Camping
Day 8 takes you to a place that tops the list of the best places to visit in Rajasthan – the Thar Desert! Camping among massive golden sand dunes is one of the most exciting experiences you’ll ever have in Rajasthan.
You’ll be discovering the beautiful Jain temples of Lodurva and the haunted village of Kuldhara on the way to Khuri sand dunes from Jaisalmer.
PS: We opted for Khuri Sand Dunes over Sam Sand Dunes as Khuri offers an offbeat experience while Sam is more of a commercialized experience. You can choose as per your liking as both look the same and offer the same activities.
What all Attractions around Jaisalmer are to be Covered on Day 8
➼ Khuri Sand Dunes (Camel Safari, Dune Bashing, Cultural Program, and Bonfire with Stargazing)
Where to Eat in Jaisalmer and Sand Dunes on Day 8
➼ Breakfast: The Wanderlust Cafe & Restaurant
➼ Lunch: Desert Camp
➼ Tea, Coffee, and Snacks: Desert Camp
➼ Dinner: Desert Camp
Recommended Tours for Day 8
Where to Stay in Khuri Sand Dunes
Where to Stay in Sam Sand Dunes
Day 9 of 2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary: Explore Jaisalmer
You can have an early breakfast in the Desert Camp because today you have to again drive out of Jaisalmer to explore the famous temple of Tanot Mata and Longewala War Memorial.
What all Attractions around Jaisalmer are to be Covered on Day 9
➼ Ghantiyali Mata Temple
➼ Tanot Mata Temple
➼ Indo-Pak Border (Border Pillar 609)
➼ Longewala War Memorial
➼ Bada Bagh (Sunset)
Note: If you are not interested in visiting Longewala, you can discover the hidden gems in Jaisalmer.
Alternative Attractions in Jaisalmer to be Covered on Day 9
➼ Thar Heritage Museum
➼ Markets of Jaisalmer (Shopping Tour)
➼ Food Tour
➼ Bada Bagh (Sunset)
Where to Eat in Jaisalmer on Day 9
➼ Breakfast: Desert Camp
➼ Lunch: Hinglaj Restaurant, Ramgarh
➼ Tea, Coffee, Drinks, and Snacks: Makhaniya Lassi at Kanchan Shree Ice Cream
➼ Dinner: Angaara Restaurant And Barbeque
Must Read: The Ultimate 3 Days in Jaisalmer Itinerary
Rajasthan Itinerary: 1 Day in Bikaner
Bikaner has sand dunes (it’s enveloped by Thar Desert), opulent forts and palaces, and the best riding camels in the world (the reason why it’s also called the camel country) but the city is most famous for its savory traditional snack – Bikaneri Bhujia. It’s so tasty that you can’t just can’t stop eating.
Day 10 of 2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary: Jaisalmer to Bikaner | Explore Bikaner
Tighten your seat belts for another long journey. A drive from Jaisalmer to Bikaner takes 5 hours (330 km) and you just have a day to explore Bikaner so plan accordingly. You must reach Bikaner by noon so you have enough time to explore the best places to visit in Bikaner.
What all Attractions in Bikaner are to be Covered on Day 10
➼ Junagarh Fort
➼ Rampuria Havelis
➼ Lallgarh Palace
➼ Seth Bhandasar Jain Temple
➼ Royal Cenotaphs of Bikaner
Note: You can add Gajner Palace and Wildlife Sanctuary and ICAR-National Research Centre on Camel to your itinerary if you can spare another day in Bikaner.
Where to Eat in Bikaner on Day 10
➼ Breakfast: At your hotel’s restaurant in Jaisalmer
➼ Lunch: Gallops Restaurant and Coffee House
➼ Tea, Coffee, Drinks, and Snacks: Sharbat at Chunnilal Tanwar Sharbat
➼ Dinner: Laxmi Niwas Palace
Learn More: Bikaner Food Guide
Recommended Tours for Day 10
Where to Stay in Bikaner
For more information on the best places to stay in Bikaner, you can check out our guide to the best hotels in Bikaner.
Rajasthan Itinerary: 1 Day in Pushkar
It’s time to head to one of the most ancient cities in India – Pushkar. The city is known for its temples, especially Brahma Temple, the one and only temple dedicated to him in the world. That makes Pushkar (one of the 5 sacred pilgrimages or dhams for Hindus) unique among other pilgrim sites. No wonder it’s called Tirtha Raj (the king of pilgrims).
Day 11 of 2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary: Bikaner to Pushkar | Stop By Karni Mata Temple | Explore Pushkar
The total distance between Bikaner and Pushkar is 252 km and the journey takes anywhere between 5 to 6 hours. Make sure to stop by Karni Mata Temple (aka Temple of Rats as it’s home to 25,000 rats) in Deshnoke.
What all Attractions in Pushkar are to be Covered on Day 11
➼ Pushkar Lake
➼ Hike Savitri Temple
➼ Hike to Pap Mochani Temple
➼ Brahma Temple
➼ Evening Aarti at Varah Ghat
Where to Eat in Pushkar on Day 11
➼ Breakfast: At your hotel’s restaurant in Bikaner
➼ Lunch: Raju Terrace Garden Restaurant
➼ Tea, Coffee, Drinks, and Snacks: Unearth Cafe | The Lake Cafe | Buddha Cafe
➼ Dinner: Ganga Laffa & Felafel Restaurant
Recommended Tours for Day 11
Where to Stay in Pushkar
Rajasthan Itinerary: 3 Days in Jaipur
And the last city on our itinerary is the most sought-after destination in Rajasthan – Jaipur. The pink city remains one of the first and foremost places (along with Agra and Delhi as a Golden Triangle Route) to visit in India for foreign travelers. And why not when it’s the most vibrant, colorful, and exciting destination in India? It’s bustling with distinctive sites that exude history, culture, heritage, royalty, spirituality, and impressive architecture. To come to the point, any Rajasthan itinerary is incomplete without Jaipur!
Day 12 of 2 Weeks of Rajasthan Itinerary: Pushkar to Jaipur | Explore Jaipur
Jaipur is a short drive (145 km) away from Pushkar. Try to reach Jaipur as early as possible to make the most of your time in the city because the royal capital is loaded with beautiful attractions and you’d want to see it all in 3 days.
What all Attractions in Jaipur are to be Covered on Day 12
➼ Amer Fort
➼ Panna Meena Ka Kund
➼ Nahargarh Fort
➼ Jaigarh Fort
➼ Jal Mahal
➼ Light and Sound Show (Amber Fort)
Where to Eat in Jaipur on Day 12
➼ Breakfast: At your hotel’s restaurant in Pushkar
➼ Lunch: Govindam Retreat
➼ Tea, Coffee, Drinks, and Snacks: Gulab Ji Chai Wale
➼ Dinner: 1135 AD
Recommended Tours for Day 12
➼ Private Full Day Tour of Jaipur with Guide
➼ Full-Day Jaipur City Tour with Amber Fort and City Palace
➼ Jaipur Full-Day Private Guided Tour
➼ Experience Jaipur By Night
➼ Private Full Day Jaipur Sightseeing Tour By Tuk Tuk
Where to Stay in Jaipur
Day 13 of 2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary: Explore Jaipur
Exquisite palaces, one-of-a-kind astronomical observatory, a royal museum, a royal cemetery, colorful bazaars, and mouth-watering street food – Day 13 in a nutshell!
What all Attractions in Jaipur are to be Covered on Day 13
➼ Hawa Mahal
➼ City Palace
➼ Jantar Mantar
➼ Albert Hall Museum
➼ Gaitore ki Chhatriyan
➼ Shop at Colorful Markets of Jaipur
➼ Taste the Famous Street Food of Jaipur
Where to Eat in Jaipur on Day 13
➼ Breakfast: The Tattoo Cafe & Lounge
➼ Lunch: Hawk View Restaurant & Bar
➼ Tea, Coffee, Drinks, and Snacks: Lassi at Lassiwala
➼ Dinner: Peacock Restaurant at Hotel Pearl Palace
Recommended Tours for Day 13
➼ Jaipur shopping Tour by TukTuk
➼ Jaipur Sideseen and Shopping Tour
➼ Jaipur Shopping & Food tour
➼ Jaipur Bazaar & Food Walking Tour
➼ Jaipur Street Food Walking Tour
➼ Evening Jaipur Food Tour
➼ Food Tour and Eat like Locals
Day 14 of 2 Weeks in Rajasthan Itinerary: Explore Jaipur
It’s your last day in the vibrant state of Rajasthan. Make the most of it. Gorge on scrumptious traditional Rajasthani food and take in the architectural wonders and indulge yourself in the cultural heritage of Rajasthan and last but not least, experience the spirituality that India is known for.
What all Attractions in Jaipur are to be Covered on Day 14
➼ Jawahar Circle and Patrika Gate
➼ Galta Ji Temple (Monkey Temple)
➼ Sisodia Rani ka Bagh
➼ Chokhi Dhani
Where to Eat in Jaipur on Day 14
➼ Breakfast: On the House
➼ Lunch: Suvarna Mahal
➼ Tea, Coffee, Drinks, and Snacks: Chokhi Dhani
➼ Dinner: Chokhi Dhani
Recommended Tours for Day 14
➼ Sunrise Trek in Galta Ji Temple
Suggested Read: The Perfect 3 Days in Jaipur Itinerary
Rajasthan isn’t just a destination but an experience in itself and you are sure to take home a piece of it with you. You’ll take home unique experiences, special moments, and extraordinary memories that would last your lifetime.
That winds up the best Rajasthan Itinerary for 14 days ever (we believe so). I affirm that 2 weeks is quite a short time to take in all the amazing places Rajasthan has to offer. Our itinerary missed Shekhawati, Ranthambore, Bundi, Kota, Garadia Mahadev, Pali, Bharatpur, Jhalawar Dungarpur, BanswaraAlwar, Mount Abu, and many more astonishing destinations. Looks like we need another trip to Rajasthan soon. Anyhow, If you have any queries or feel we have missed something, please hit us up.
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