Arriving at Lake Pichola in Udaipur, it’s hard to believe the city is located in a state known for it’s desert regions. The lake is covered by palaces, forts, and hills on all sides. It’s no wonder that the city is often mentioned as the “Most Romantic City of India”.
Jaipur is a popular destination for travelers interested in the golden triangle (Delhi-Agra-Jaipur). The Jal Mahal is a beautiful palace in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur city. Though currently it’s not open to visitors, it’s worth the photos to take a boat trip to view the outside from the lake.
A true desert city, in the farthest area of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer is breathtaking and picturesque. The Jaisalmer Fort in the heart of the city is not just a historical attraction, but unique for still being home for almost 3000 residents. Though there are many streets and corners to explore, our favorite are the seven Jain temples inside the fort complex. Be sure to bring a guide to not miss out on any of the intricate artwork!
One of the holiest Hindu cities, Pushkar hosts the Annual Camel Fair, does not serve alcohol or meat, and is a pure vegetarian region. The largest camel fair is between October and November, where visitors can view, buy, sell or even race camels. After all, you can’t leave Rajasthan without a camel safari!