India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

Travel Experience: 12 things to do in Rajasthan, India

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit many other interesting cities. One of the states I would really like to visit is the Rajasthan, that’s why today share some ideas on how to enjoy Rajasthan given by Selfish Travel.

Here’s the point of view from Tina at Selfish Travel:

 

.What do you like the most?
I liked the historical building(monuments) and spicy street food of the different corner of India..Would you advice other female travelers to go?
My advice would be to cover the arms and legs at the religious places and learn to bargain

.Which cities in India have you visited?
Particularly Rajasthan: Udaipur Jaipur and Delhi

A state known for its royal attire and authenticity, Rajasthan is a place worth visiting. Filled with palaces, monuments and exquisite beauty, it is famous because of its hidden treasures and untold stories. Apart from this, there are so many exciting and fun things to do in Rajasthan. Some of the things are listed as under:

  1. A wildlife safari

How can you miss out on a wildlife safari in Rajasthan? It has some of the most beautiful wildlife sanctuaries. Sariska Tiger Reserve, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is some of the well-known sanctuaries in Rajasthan where you are sure to find exotic species of birds and endangered tiger species. There are so many jeep safaris available at reasonable costs. Get into a jeep and go deep into the jungles. Experience nature at its best form!

Location: Sariska Tiger Reserve: Alwar,

                 Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary: Bharatpur

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

 

  1. Camping in the desert

Being in Rajasthan, you simply cannot miss out on camping in the middle of a desert. Tents set only for visitors and lively folklore and authentic Rajasthani meals, you will fall in love with Rajasthan as a whole. Sleep in cosy beds and enjoy the culture of Rajasthan. If you are lucky enough, you can also experience puppet shows being hosted in the camping sites.

Location: Jaisalmer

 India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

 

  1. Adventurous zip lining

If you are in Rajasthan, you should definitely try out zip lining which is simply superb. Move from one fort to another with the help of ropes and get amazed by the stunning views which are you are going to get in the process. Zip lining is best tried out from Neemrana Fort and Mehranghar Fort. You have to book for zip lining in advance for an experience of a lifetime.

Location: Neemrana Fort: Neemrana

                   Mehrangharh Fort: Jodhpur

 India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

 

  1. Hot air balloon

One of the most spine-chilling activities to do in Rajasthan is to get in a hot air balloon and see the greenery from high up the sky. The heritage sites are visible in an expansive way from higher up. This activity is a hit among visitors. Pick up the place for hot air ballooning and get a grip of navigation in the sky. Get a bird’s eye view of Indian fairyland. You will surely enjoy it to the very best.

Location: Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

 

  1. Dinner at Chokhi Dhani

Chokhi Dhani does not need any kind of introduction in Rajasthan. It is a place where you are sure to get the real taste of Rajasthani Food. Foodies come in search of this place which is designed with intricate structures. The warm touch of hospitality of Rajasthan is found in Chokhi Dhani. The cultural folk dance is another thing people adore at this place.

Location: Jaipur

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

 

  1. The Vintage Car Rally

For car lovers, this is a dream come true place. Jaipur is all known for the vintage car rallies where these vehicles take the place of streets and showcase a whole range of awe-inspiring vehicles. Witnessing this rally is a true delight.

Location: Udaipur

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

 

  1. The secret of Kuldhara

The village of Kuldhara has been deserted from the 19th century and no accurate reasons have been known since then. The residents of Kuldhara were cursed and only the ruins are available of the village in the present times. Historians and archaeologists get attracted to this abandoned village. Go to this village and try finding out the secret which is so suspicious and daunting.

Location: Jaisalmer

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

  1. A sunset at Lake Pichola

Surrounding the City Palace, Lake Pichola is a magnificent lake which captures both heart and eyes. Delve into the architecture of City Palace which dates back to the Mewar rulers. End the day with a boat ride at Lake Pichola where you can also get a view of Taj Lake Palace. The boat rides can also lead to the way of Jagmandir.

Location: Udaipur

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

  1. Try a frappe at the Jheel’s Ginger Coffee and Bakery

Jheel’s Ginger coffee and bakery is a great place just near to the lake to spend a few hours in quiet. Acquainted with varieties of snacks and a large book collection, this cafe is the go-to place for all kinds of travelers. An open-air rooftop cafe, take your cafe to Lake Pichola and get mesmerized by the views that it has to offer.

Location: Udaipur

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

  1. Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing

Get your hands in this beautiful museum which dates back to the 16th Century. You can see various block textiles and handicrafts. The fabric and textile design are rare and extraordinary. On the top floors, you can try out block printing which is fun and amazing.

Location: Jaipur

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

  1. Dera Amer

Spend a day with colorful elephants in Rajasthan. It is a place in Jaipur where you can relax your day with elephants. Shower them or even feed those sugarcanes, whichever you like! Organic paints available helps to paint these elephants in any colour you want.

Location: Jaipur

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

  1. Try out special chai at the roadside stalls

You cannot end your Rajasthan trip without getting a taste of the Special lassi or coffee which is prepared in every roadside stall. Bhaang is sold everywhere in Rajasthan and it depends on which size of Bhaang you will want for yourself.

Location: All over the Rajasthan

India is a fascinating country, and after fearing going there alone as a solo female traveler, now I would go back to India again to visit Rajasthan.

Rajasthan is sugar and spice, all in one!

 

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