Best Places to Visit in Winter in Rajasthan

Winters in Rajasthan and indulgence go hand in hand. The state of the Rajputana and its glorious history has always been a treasure-worthy experience, but winters and their chilly winds make the whole environment all the more alluring. Being a state with extreme temperatures, winters gives the traveler a chance to explore cities and towns without being worried about tanning and perspiration. To top it all, you would never enjoy the food here more memorably, than when the cold weather hits you in full force.

At a time like this, let’s check out this list to know the best places to visit in Rajasthan in winters:

Mount Abu: The only hill station in Rajasthan gets all the more colder and beautiful in the winter season. An important place in the Hindu mythology with mesmerizing temples to explore, Mount Abu is also home to few adventure sports.

Mount Abu

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Osian: An ancient town in the Jodhpur district, Osian is an oasis in the mighty Thar Desert. There are many temples here that you can pay homage to during the day, and enjoy the serenity of the desert all through the evening and night.

Ajmer: Who does not like a boat trip to witness sunrays peeping through the dense fog? Ajmer, at a two-hour drive away from the capital city Jaipur is a peaceful city that houses the Dargah of Sufi Saint Moinuddin Chisti and Soni Ji ki Nasiya (a Jain temple). You can also plan your trip around the Camel Fair that takes place in Pushkar (a nearby town) in the month of November.

Ranthambore: A UNESCO world heritage site, the forest is home to many wildlife species, especially the Bengal Tiger and is perfect for a safari as the temperature drops.

Ranthambore

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Whether you hail from Rajasthan or anywhere else in the world, you must not delay booking your tickets and accommodation and take complete benefit of the weather while it lasts. Moreover, while at it, do not forget to check out the local delicacies to make your trip worth it!

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