The Only and Best Rajasthan Itinerary You Will Ever Need – 2 Weeks in Rajasthan!

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I can guarantee you this is the best Rajasthan itinerary out there for planning your trip to India. As someone who’s been to Rajasthan over twenty times in a year, I’d like to say I know my way around.

India has my heart but Rajasthan truly has my soul. Without a shadow of a doubt, it’s my favourite state and I would even go as far as to say; if you don’t stop here, you really haven’t experienced the country at it’s finest!

This diverse part of India is full of music, colour, turbans, sarees, camels, chai, tuk-tuks, forts, palaces, lakes, shopping, curry and a whole lot more.

You’ll meander from the pink, white, blue and yellow cities and each time you visit a new one you’ll say “that one’s now my new favourite”. Personally, I love them all in equal measure.

Like you, I was not really sure where to start in planning my trip. Where did I begin? How do I get from city to city? Where are the best places to go and when? So, I’ve decided to help other travellers out.

I’m going to take you the parts of Rajasthan worth seeing, how to get there and what I recommend you see and do, where to eat and sleep and some top tips! Here we go!

This Rajasthan itinerary is ideal for the traveller that has 2-3 weeks in Rajasthan.

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Things to know before you travel to Rajasthan

To enter India, even if you’re spending 2 weeks in Rajasthan, you must have a visa in advance. There’s no buying one at the border, so be prepared for that if you’re travelling around other countries before landing here.

For UK, you can get an e-visa application a minimum of 4 days in advance which is valid for 30 days and will set you back $25 USD. But, if you’re here for longer you can get a year visa for US $40!

Be warned: you cannot travel overland to India with this and you must land in the airport that you stipulated on your e-visa. I know this as I’ve been to the overland border from Nepal and have seen people drive all the way from Kathmandu airport only to be turned away.

Personally, if you’re intending on travelling extensively in India, I would go for the regular tourist visa.

Not only will this allow multiple entries (by selecting that option when applying), so you can come back and forth freely, it gives you a bit extra time. As, you know, this is India and things take time (you’ll get to know that when you get here).

Bundi Palace

Getting here and getting around Rajasthan

Luckily, as most tourists will be landing into Delhi (India’s capital city) this is right on the gateway to Rajasthan. What this means is, you’ll only have to get a short train, bus or plane ride to get into the state of Rajasthan.

If you wanted to skip Delhi and just head straight on in, you can easily catch an onward flight from the Indira Gandhi International Airport.

Flights to the likes of Jaipur are only one hour away and saves time. Reputable airlines with competitive prices are JetAirways, Vistara and Air India. You can search for flight times and prices via Skyscanner.

If you’re up for more of an adventure and want to travel the local way that definitely opt for trains and buses. These are no doubt cheaper and give you more of the Indian travelling experience. Jaipur is only a 3 hour train ride away on an express train from Delhi.

I would highly recommend using Cleartrip for booking all your train travel in India.

Although you pay a premium, it’s worth it to not have to deal with the horrendous government train system. But, you will have to book your journey’s in advance. It’s not a ‘show up on the day’ kind of train system unfortunately and due to the population, they book up fast!

For more top tips on Indian train travel, see my article here. 

If you’re not a planner, then I would also recommend buses.

You can pick local government buses or air conditioned buses through travel booking agencies that will get you around easily.

The roads in Rajasthan are very well laid so it won’t be a crazy ride. This was pretty much the only way I got around as they were more convenient with bookings. Let’s say, I’m not a planner! You can use to book bus travel.

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Galta Ji Temple, Jaipur

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Situated a short 2 hour drive from Delhi, Neemarana Fort Palace is the perfect stop to start you on your Rajasthan adventure.

Built in the 15th century in the Aravalli hills and serving the royal families of Neemrana, it’s now in recent years been transformed into a modern hotel by the Neemrana Hotels Group for the likes of you and me!

It has 74 rooms and suites, 2 pools, an amphitheatre for daily performances and is a whopping 14 tiers high! I would highly recommend staying the night or just popping by for lunch and having an explore around. The fort lit up at night is spectacular.

There are also a wealth of things to do in the fort like take a vintage car ride, attend the iconic night gala dinner or, for all you adrenalin junkies out there, you can try your hand at ziplining! Neemrana was the first place in India to bag itself a zipline! It’s really an exhilarating experience.

If you want to read a bit more about Neemrana Fort Palace, see here. For dates and rates, click here.

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Sariska Tiger Reserve

Next up is Sariska tiger reserve which is a short drive from Neemarana Fort Palace and on the way to Jaipur on the highway! This is where you can set off on a Jeep Safari and be on the hunt for a tiger in the wild.

It’s best to start off early for the morning safari’s which take place around 6.30am. Although it’s at the crack of dawn, it’s actually the best time to try and catch a Tiger as it’s cooler in the mornings. Alternatively, you could go on the afternoon safari which starts at 2pm, but your chances are a little lower.

Sariska is located near a small Rajasthan city called Alwar in the Alwar district. You can rent a car or taxi to take you there.

When you arrive at the reserve, you buy tickets for a shared jeep which will take you on a 3 hour safari.

Out of all the places to get a safari in India, Sariska is the cheapest at around 1200 per person excluding guide fees which is a bargain compared to the likes of Ranthambore!

But, you do battle with the fact your chances are much lower here as Ranthambore has the highest concentration of Bengal Tigers.

Luckily, we did get to see one just near the end of our Safari which made it all worth it! It was an incredible experience coming face to face with a Bengal Tigress. It was around 4pm in the afternoon so we got really lucky.

For more information on Sariska Tiger Reserve, you can see my article here.

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After your safari, if you did want to explore Alwar a bit further, you can take a look around the ancient city.

But, I will stress there isn’t much to do here beyond an afternoon or so. The water well is probably the most impressive part of the city and the fort.

If you wanted to have a look around Alwar, you can see my guide here. 

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Every traveller that hits Rajasthan has to visit the capital city of Jaipur.

It’s nicknamed the Pink City because of its statement peach paint that licks the architecture. It’s one of the liveliest, chaotic and downright rambunctious cities you’ll ever have the pleasure of visiting in your life and you won’t forget it (or the monkey’s) in a hurry!

I love Jaipur for it’s history, it’s forts, palaces, temples and the culture that oozes out of every corner. Make sure you schedule in at least 2-3 days here to make the most of it!

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Amer Fort Jaipur

Here you can get a birds eye view of Jaipur from the Amber Fort Palace, sit with the iconic gateways at the City Palace, see the mesmerising Hawa Mahal (palace of winds).

Jal Mahal is a water palace by the lake, get a birds-eye view from Jagah and Nahargarh fort, see the astrological Jantar Mantar and get up and close with elephants at the award-winning Elefantastic. 

Please do not ride the elephants up to the Amber fort, they are made to work long hours and their treatment is extremely poor.

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City Palace
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Hawa Mahal

Where to stay in Jaipur

For hotels, you have a wide range from cute little boutique Haveli’s (my personal favourite) like Umaid Bhawan that I stayed in all the way up to the super luxurious 5* Rambagh palace.

If you’re backpacking there are also modern hostels too like Zostel and The Hosteller in Jaipur that are cheap, clean and cheerful.

There is a wide range of hotels and so you won’t have any trouble finding a place to rest your head.

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Umaid Bhawan Haveli

Where to eat in Jaipur

If you’re looking for places to eat, drink and party than I would suggest the instagrammable Café Palladio and Bar Palladio

Or, if you’re looking for more of a Rajasthan cultural evening, I would check out Chowki Dhani and try some traditional Indian Thali.

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Café Palladio 

How to get around the pink city

If you’re looking for a way to get around the city in style, I would highly recommend the Pink City Rickshaw Company.

Not only do you get to travel around the city in your own hot pink tuk tuk, you will also be doing a good deed by helping underprivileged ladies make a career for themselves. For more info, see here.

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Read more about Jaipur

Check out my articles for some more detail about Jaipur;

A first timer’s guide to Jaipur

Pink City Rickshaw company review; travel around Jaipur in style

Café Palladio, Jaipur’s prettiest café

6 reasons you have to visit Bar Palladio in Jaipur

A photography guide for Jaipur

How to visit the Patrika Gate

Why you must visit Panna Meena Ka Kund stepwell


A city that should be on more traveller’s lists in Rajasthan is Bundi.

It’s a small peaceful city that really gives you a taste of the ‘real India‘. I absolutely fell in love with it when I paid a visit.

I loved walking through the colourful streets and seeing all the sarees and turbans – it felt like I was walking through a movie set!

Here you can visit the beautiful Bundi lake which has a mirror reflection of the city, The fort viewpoint which has some captivating views.

You can visit the step-wells that create an optical illusion or pay a visit to the Bundi fort and palace which has the most spellbinding colours!

Or, visit the neighbouring city of Kota and visit all seven wonders of the world.

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Bundi Lake, Rajasthan

You can get to Bundi by train or by bus. The bus is the best option from Jaipur and is a smooth 3-hour ride. For places to stay, I would recommend Shivam’s tourist guest house.

It’s decorated in a traditional Haveli style with lots of murals and colour. Shivam and his family are really sweet and run a tasty restaurant upstairs on their rooftop serving traditional Rajasthani cuisine. It also didn’t give me Delhi belly ;) which was a massive bonus!

If you would like to read more about this Shanti, Shanti city, you can read my article all about it here.

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Bundi Stepwell


Another peaceful city that is almost criminal not to leave Rajasthan without visiting is Pushkar. Situated in and around the beautiful Brahma Lake, you will love the good vibes and friendly hospitality here.

To get to Pushkar, you will need to get the train to Ajmer Junction and then a tuk tuk or bus over the Aravelli hills.

Alternatively, you can get the bus into the Ajmer bus station then switch to a tuk-tuk or bus to Pushkar. You can easily do this from Jaipur or Bundi and the journey time is around 3-5 hours depending on traffic.

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Here you can visit the Brahma temple which is the only one of it’s kind in the world, you can do a sunrise trek up the Savitri temple and the view from the top is absolutely stunning. You can go for a ride on a camel to the desert or even stay overnight if you wish to.

If you’re here around October/November time don’t forget to pay a visit to the world famous Camel festival which turns this place upside down. It’s ultimately a festival around livestock but it’s so much more than that.

You can ride the ferris wheels at the funfair, see beard competitions, shop for handicrafts and all sorts of bits and pieces.

For a place to stay, I would recommend Moti Mahal which is a beautiful mid-range Haveli overlooking Brahma lake.

For places to eat, you can eat from the amazing falafel wrap vendors on the street. It’s the best food in Pushkar and it’s incredibly cheap.

I would also recommend checking out the U-turn café above Coffee Temple and La Pizzeria which serves up some of the best Indian pizza I’ve had.

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If you would like to read more about Pushkar;

10 reasons why you will fall in love with Pushkar

The ultimate guide to the Pushkar Camel Fair

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Savitri Temple


Next up is one of the most underrated cities in Rajasthan that a lot of people skip (hint: DON’T SKIP IT); Jodhpur.

It’s also nicknamed the blue or sunshine city and it’s not to be missed when you visit Rajasthan.

As you wander through all the blue-washed walls you will wonder whether you’re in India or you’ve landed some beautiful fairytale. Some say that blue is the colour of royalty and others say it’s blue to ward off mosquitoes, either way, it’s extremely pretty.

The city is centred around the epic Maharangarh fort which provides aerial views of the Blue city and beyond.

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You can also visit Umaid Bhawan Palace which is still a royal residence today and a 5* luxury hotel.

Visit the scenic Jaswant Thada for a beautiful view of the fort and you can shop in the trendy new area Stepwell square. Don’t forget to pick up a few textile souvenirs at the Clocktower Bazaar.

For food, I would always say that you should pick one of the many traditional Indian restaurants with a spectacular fort view like Indique or RAAS for cocktails. Or, if you’re looking for food on the cheaper end you can visit the famous omelette shop.

Hotels I would recommend would be RAAS within the walled city but it’s quite expensive, or Om Heritage is a cheap and cheerful option.

If you’re looking to go traditional I would also recommend Rani Mahal. Or, if you’re looking to splurge you can stay in the Umaid Bhawan palace – but it will cost you a pretty penny.

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To read more about Jodhpur, see my articles below;

A quick guide to Jodhpur, India’s blue city

A luxury seekers guide to Jodhpur

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This probably tops the list for me as one of my all time favourite cities in Rajasthan! Jaisalmer is the golden city where everything looks like it’s been dipped in honey!

You’ll feel like you’ve gone back in time to an ancient kingdom and wander around a real-life giant sandcastle. All the sights, colours, culture and the mystery of the desert will make you fall head over heels in love with it.

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First up head on over to the Jaisalmer Fort and have a look around the markets and beautiful viewpoints and cafés that look over the whole city.

Visit the Fort Palace Museum to see some of the apartments of kings and queens.

Then head on down to the Patwa Haveli’s to see some beautiful Jaisal carving work and end the evening at Gadisar Sagar Lake and take a ride in one of the swan boats.

It’s almost mandatory to do a Camel Safari in the Thar Desert here and camp overnight – it’s an experience that cannot be missed!

My favourite part of my visit was Bada Bagh. This is a viewpoint with golden cenotaphs to remember Rajasthan royalty!

If you’re looking for places to stay than please don’t book inside the fort. Lonely Planet has now stopped recommending it as it’s destroying the fort year by year as the structure cannot handle the number of tourists that are staying there.

I would recommend Helsinki House, the Zostel there or Suryagarh.

For tasty cuisine hit up the Restaurant Romany or First Gate Fusion restaurant for yummy pizza and dramatic views of the fort. Enjoy a good coffee at Cafe Kuku’s within the fort at sunset.

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For more on Jaisalmer;

Top tips for Jaisalmer; discover the best kept secrets

Important tips for a kick ass Camel Safari in Jaisalmer

A complete guide for Bada Bagh sunset viewpoint

Why you must visit Patwon Ki Haveli Museum

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Saving the best until last we have Udaipur and you will be whisked away with it’s magic as you walk around Lake Pichola.

It’s beautiful breeze is a respite from the Indian heat and the white washed walls add to the glamour of this romantic city. Nicknamed the Venice of the East, this is the city that traveller’s love the most as it’s downright stunning.

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Head up to the City Palace to visit some of the most colourful royal rooms you’ve ever seen, take a boat ride on Lake Pichola and visit the beautiful Jal Mandir in the lake as you ride by Taj Lake Palace.

Monsoon Palace is the place to go for a sunset view and it was one of the best I viewed while in India.

Check out the Jagdish Mandir for some Hindu culture and sing along with the traditional dance show at Patwon Ki Haveli. Or, visit the Ahar Cenotaphs below!

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From here you can also take a day trip to Khumbalargh fort and the Ranakpur Jain Temple.

Or head to Chittogarh fort to check out one of the largest living forts in India.

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For food you have to check out Neelams Thali or splash out by dining in the beautiful rooftop restaurant of Upre.

You must get a hotel with a view Lake Pichola like Panorama Guesthouse or stay on the lake itself and sleep like a Queen (or King) in the magical Taj Lake Palace.

For more on Udaipur;

12 things you cannot miss in Udaipur

What Instagram doesn’t tell you about the Ahar Cenotaphs

Checking in at Taj Lake Palace

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After you’ve finished this best Rajasthan itinerary…

If this is the end of your Indian adventures, I’m sure that this jam packed itinerary will have given you enough memories to last a lifetime and a piece of Rajasthan will always be in your heart.

But, I will say one thing, don’t try and pack too much in. India has it’s way of taking a looooong time. So, you don’t want to be cut short and have to rush through.

If you plan on spending more time in Rajasthan, you could try travelling to Bikaner near Jaipur! It’s famous for the Rat Temple nearby.

If you still have more of India to explore than you can head to Mumbai by flight or train from Udaipur to explore the south of India.

Or, you can head back to Delhi and experience the magic of Taj Mahal in Agra. Either way, India has countless amazing places to explore.

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You’ll never forget the magic of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is truly the soul of India and, for me, it took a little piece of my heart with it too. India really gets under your skin and you won’t forget this spectacular country in a hurry.

It’s beautiful chaos, a wild wanderous ride and it will whip you up into a frenzy at times but, that’s Rajasthan!

The memories you make will be priceless, the people you meet will leave their footprint and it will be like no where you have ever visited before in your entire life!

You have to promise me that you won’t leave India without visiting the crazy, hypnotic, vibrant and awe-inspiring state that is Rajasthan! But, saying that, don’t blame me if you want to stay there forever…

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City Palace, Jaipur

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66 thoughts on “The Only and Best Rajasthan Itinerary You Will Ever Need – 2 Weeks in Rajasthan!

  1. Tosh Bene says:

    I am heading to India this coming Saturday and just found your blog! Beautiful places and photos!!! Love it!!!

  2. Irma says:

    I am planning to visit India this year. After reading your blog I am more determined to go there and see all the beautiful things in this article myself. Thanks Sophie!

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Irma! Ah, I’m so happy you liked the post. India is such a beautiful country and Rajasthan is really spectacular. You will always want to return after you’ve left. Safe travels! Sophie x

  3. Jarvis Marcos says:

    Great post Sophie, thanks so much for taking the time to assemble all of this!
    My girlfriend and I will be heading to India in a couple of weeks and your article is so helpful.

    We’re particularly looking forward to Sariska and will keep our fingers crossed that we spot some tigers, it’s a little off the beaten path and your guide is by far the most detailed account I’ve come across :)

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Jarvis, thank you so much for your feedback! I’m sure you’ll love India and Rajasthan is an amazing state. Yay! Sariska tiger reserve is a good place to spot some so fingers crossed for you. Have an amazing time. Sophie x

  4. James Peter says:

    Hi Sophie, This list saved me hours of hard work. I am having a trip to Rajasthan in the next month and I was not so sure about my travel itinerary. You made my task very easy Thanks.

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi James, thanks for the feedback. I’ll pop into Jaipur Handicrafts on my next visit ;)! Sophie x


    I love your profile photo with the Taj Mahal behind it.. How do i go on the boat like you did ? Please advice..

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Priya, thank you so much! I actually have details on how to do this on my blog posts about Taj Mahal;

      – Things you should now before you visit
      – What to do in Agra on a Friday

      Hope this helps and have a great trip! Sophie x

  6. Wendy says:

    Wonderful post! I’m planning our itinerary now and found your blog whilst doing my research. Unfortunately I only have 8 days in Rajasthan. What are your cant miss for this short trip of mine? We’ll be hiring a driver. Thanks for any tips.

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Wendy, thanks so much for reading and your feedback! I’m so happy to hear you’re planning a trip to Rajasthan! I would definitely recommend the can’t miss cities of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur and Jaisalmer! If you have some time I would add Pushkar into the mix but it may be pushing it.

      So, I would begin in the pink city of Jaipur for two days to see the main sites
      Head to Jodhpur the blue city for one day to see the fort and the blue city
      Drive to Jaisalmer for two days to see the golden city and see the fort and the desert
      Then head to Udaipur, for two days, the white city, to see the city of lakes!

      Then head onto Delhi or Mumbai to your final airport destination. As you have a driver, it will be easy to move around at your convenience and the drive times (save Jaisalmer to Udaipur) will be only around 5 hours. For India, that’s good! The roads in Rajasthan are well laid so don’t worry about bumpy roads.

      Have a great time in India!
      Sophie x

  7. sudeep giri says:

    My god, this was one hell of a blog post.

    I also have a blog on Rajasthan named Hushguide and seriously I want to write articles like you without leaving any stone unturned.

    Thanks a lot for introducing to parts like Neemrana fort.

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Sudeep, thanks so much for your feedback! Yes, I’m always very detailed with my guides :) I think it helps to provide lots of details! Neemrana fort is incredible and you should definitely pay a visit. Thanks for reading and I’ll check out Hushguides. Sophie x

  8. sameer patel says:

    Great Sophie,
    This is a nice article, I would like to say Thanks for sharing this informative article with beautiful places. Good Job!

  9. Tiana says:

    Thanks for your amazing travel guide on Jaipur. I have been in this amazing city in 2016. I wish to go back again. The people are really friendly there.

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Tiana, thanks for your feedback! Jaipur is an incredible city and I also wish I could return. I’m glad you liked the post and I hope you make it back there some day. Sophie x

  10. Kerri says:

    I love this list! And so much positivity in your writing! I will be in Rajasthan for 15 days in November/December. We will be travelling from Goa and will be eventually ending up in Delhi. Any suggestions on best route to take in Rajasthan going in that general direction within our time frame?

    Kerri x

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Kerri, thanks so much for your feedback. I’m so happy that you’re heading to India and found my itinerary helpful. From Delhi, I would start in Jaipur, the pink city, then Pushkar, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and then Udaipur! That way you get to see the best of Rajasthan :) On the way from Jodhpur to Udaipur you could arrange for some stops at the Jain Temple, Chittorgarh and Khumbalagh fort! Sophie x

  11. Irma C Clement says:

    Thank you Sophie for preparing such a wonderful guide. I am a solo traveler (80 countries so far) and am planning my first trip to India for late January. Until now, I have typically traveled through a country using public transportation and without using the services of an organized tour or driver. I am very interested in architecture and textiles and this is the primary reason for my interest in Rajasthan. I would also like to visit the Taj Mahal on this trip as well. As a solo traveler do you think it is best that I hire a driver to take me around the region or do you feel that I will me fine going between cities on trains/buses and then hiring tuk tuks to take me around the sites in each city. I have received some feedback from family and friends about this trip that they are worried about me traveling solo and to be honest, I have some reservations as well. Thank you for your assistance!

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Irma, WOW 80 countries is impressive and you’ll LOVE India. Plus, Rajasthan is the perfect place for textiles, especially Jodhpur where they are famous for their textiles from tribal villages. India is easy to navigate with trains and tourist buses. Local buses are fine but the price difference isn’t much and tourist buses are a lot comfier with AC and less stopping in random locations. India is HUGE so any time saving is worth the extra money. A bus journey can go from 3 hours to 6 on a local bus. From Rajasthan, head back to Delhi and get a bus/taxi to Agra, it will take 3/4 hours. India is completely safe you just need to be wary like any country and if you already have 80 countries under your belt it will be a breeze! People are friendly but there can be scams. You can hire rickshaws to get around but also there’s Uber/Ola (competitor like Uber) to get around too. If you’re stuck for time you can hire a driver for like 2,000 rupees a day (£25) or the whole time. The benefit of this is stopping in locations on the way to places in Rajasthan like Chittogarh fort/Ranakpur Jain Temple,Khumbarlagh fort – or even Fatepur Sikri in Agra, It’s all down to your preferences! I hope this helps and more than happy to answer any more questions Irma! Sophie x

  12. Asia says:

    Hey Sophie, this is amazing! I’m planning my trip to Rajasthan and your blog is out of this world! thank a million for all the details and recommendations. Will defiantly include that in my trip.

  13. Caroline Helbig says:

    Great post. You’ve got me excited about Rajasthan as I’m just starting to plan a trip for next November to coincide with the Pushkar Camel Fair. I’m looking forward to reading more of your posts. Thanks for the helpful information.

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Caroline, thanks for reading! You will LOVE Rajasthan – it’s honestly one of my favourite states. If you’re going to be extending your trip until December, I would also recommend a visit to Bikaner. I went there recently and it’s a hidden gem. I’m going to add it to this itinerary! Any questions please let me know. Sophie x

  14. Caroline Helbig says:

    Thanks Sophie. So far our itinerary is wide open and we might well extend into December. I look forward to reading about your experience in Bikaner.

  15. Bharat says:

    Great article with the awesome pictures! This is one of the favorite places on my travel wish list. I will definitely visit all the places that you have listed in this post. Many many thanks for sharing the best Rajasthan itinerary.

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Bharat, thanks so much for your comment on my post. I hope you make it to Rajasthan and the places on your wishlist! Sophie x

  16. Raja says:

    I was planning to travel in Rajasthan and was reading the blogs from the morning. This blog is all I was looking for which have so good real, and clear images that I fall in Rajasthan. Using a high-resolution camera might be. How was your experience with the local people?

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Raja, that’s great thank you for your feedback! Rajasthan is an incredible part of India. The local people were always friendly and their hospitality is outstanding. Hope you have an incredible time! Sophie x

  17. divya says:

    i am planning from a long time to visit rajasthan. thankyou for such a informative blog. best taxi service in udaipur will definitely try to visit these places.

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Divya! amazing, I’m so happy you’re finally able to go :) You’ll have an amazing time! I usually just grabbed taxis in Udaipur for short journeys. But, if you want to go on a day trip to Chittogarh or Ranakpur, I’d book through a travel office in the city. You’ll be able to negotiate there. Hope this helps :) Sophie x

  18. karan singh says:

    I can’t believe it! Finally, I got the right blog. You have so much useful information on this site that it’s really hard to see it all at once. What great stuff! Here you are giving much content and information just in one place. Thank you for making such an interesting, helpful, and informative Blog.

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Karan, I’m so happy you think so and I hope it helps you on your trip there :) I loved Rajasthan and I’m sure you’ll love it too. Sophie x

  19. yashi k2 says:

    It was such a great post! Really enjoyed reading it.
    Such a lovely post it was! loved to read!
    Did you visit the Edhatu Kumbhalmer Resort in Kumbhalgarh?
    It is one of the Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan, Spreading over incredibly famous tourists spots and adventures like, Kumbhalgarh fort which is also famous for the world’s second-largest wall, Jungle safari, trekking and swimming pool facilities are also there.
    You can have more info about it here.

    • Sophie Pearce says:

      Hi Yashi, I have been to Khumbala fort but only for the day! I didn’t have the time to stay over! Next time though :) Sophie x

  20. yashi k2 says:

    Prayaan Hospitality is one of the Luxury Hotel in Rajasthan Spreading over incredibly famous tourists spots and adventures like, Kumbhalgarh fort which is also famous for the world’s second-largest wall, Jungle safari, trekking and swimming pool facilities are also there.Visit the Luxury Hotel in Rajasthan.

  21. Ganpati Travels says:

    Welcome to Royal Rajasthan Tour. we are at Jaipur capital city of Rajasthan and having branch offices at all major cities in Rajasthan offers best budget vacation holiday tours packages.

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