Treasures of Rajasthan - 9 days/8 nights
- New Delhi
The Best Time to Do This Itinerary
Winter – October to March
Winter is the best time to visit Rajasthan as this when the temperature is at its lowest level. During the day, the weather is bearable to go for sightseeing and nights are relatively cool. If tourists want to explore the desert regions like Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, and Bikaner, winter is the best time for a vacation in Rajasthan. The maximum number of festivals in Rajasthan takes place in winter. Also, it is a good time to enjoy some adventure activities.
Summer – April to June
Since 60% of Rajathasn’s area is dominated by the Thar Desert, evidently the climate will be hot and humid. In summer months, the temperature may be as high as 48º C during the day, but the beauty of sparkling Thar desert shining under scorching sun rays is beautiful. If tourists are eager to go for trip to Rajasthan during summer, then they can head to Mount Abu, Kumbhalgarh or Ranakpur. In these parts of Rajasthan, the temperature is pleasant enough to go for the sightseeing tour. In rest of the Rajasthan, tourists can go out in the early morning or late evening.
The Monsoon Season – July to September
Relatively cool as compared to summer, the monsoon is a good time to go for holiday in Rajasthan. In the monsoon season, one would notice a sudden change in the landscapes as it looks like the desert is touched by the magic wand. Tourists planning a trip during the monsoon season then the must visit destinations in Rajasthan are Bundi, Udaipur, and Keoladeo National Park.