Rajasthan – The Land of Maharajas
Renowned for the lavishness and grandeur of forts and palaces, Rajasthan is a potpourri of diverse cultures, majestic architectures and delectable cuisine. This sparkling jewel in India’s crown is located in the lap of Aravallis. Despite the bare deserts and uneven landscape, this “traveller’s destination” has something in store for everyone. From heritage lovers to explorers, adventure seekers, gourmet experts and wildlife enthusiasts; the inviting landscape of Rajasthan offers a melange of emotions.
Major Hotspots of Rajasthan:
Jaipur – The capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur is home to some of the most beautiful heritage palaces/havelis in the state. With proper regularity in its streets, the city’s planning is unusual among other pre-modern Indian cities. Experience royalty and get a feel of the terrain, as you ride through the city and take an excursion ride to Amber fort.
Bikaner – This dust-swirling town of Rajasthan is known for its reverberant sceneries. Whether you want to go for an energetic camel-safari, or want to re-live the past with the ambient forts, Bikaner is a hustle-free tourist spot. Some of the famous footfall spots of the town are Bhandasar temple, Junagarh, Old city to name a few. Motorcycle lovers, this place offers some very serene riding paths.
Pushkar – A true amalgamation of religious and tourist spots, Pushkar is unlike any other part in Rajasthan. Situated around the holy lake of Pushkar, the city is filled with busy street bazaars, from where traveller’s can purchase fancy and hippy mementoes. Despite being one of the most busiest cities of Rajasthan, Pushkar is mystical in its own way. Ride through the hustle-n-bustle of the street markets and yet enjoy the vibrancy of the town.
Udaipur – Situated beside a serene lake and with a backdrop of picturesque Aravallis, Udaipur is an abode of natural charms. Take a motorcycle tour through the colourful, narrow streets that run across the city and cherish the beauty of this unmatched Rajasthani city. The motorcycle enthusiasts can even take a short trip to Kumbhagarh fort – highest fort in the state, which is just a 62 miles ride from Udaipur. The steep, bumpy roads of Kumbhalgarh lets you come face-to-face with the rawness of the Mewar landscape.
Those motorcycle enthusiasts, who just want to hit the road and enjoy life, Rajasthan is a must visit place.