Rajasthan is the largest Indian state, thus it is obvious that one can get wide variety of attractions in this huge royal state. Rajasthan has lots of things to offer to its travellers national and international which make your tour mesmerizing. Travellers can explore Heritage sites, pilgrimage sites, wildlife safaris and festivals that make your tour mesmerizing.
From heritage sites to zoos, from parks to historical gardens, from forts and palaces to museums, you just name it and Rajasthan will offer you. So many varieties make Rajasthan a perfect tourist destination which is flocked by numerous tourists round the year. Though you can visit Rajasthan during any time of the year, yet the months between October to March considered an ideal time to visit this royal land.
If you are not aware of the summers of Rajasthan, we recommend you to avoid it. The temperature of Rajasthan during summers varies from 45 degree C to 49 degree C. Thus it would be uncomfortable situation for all those who belongs to cold countries. Rajasthan during the months of May and June are considered as the hottest months of the year.
Rajasthan is having dry and deciduous climate mostly throughout the year, thus it is pleasing to see monsoon season in the state. The months from July to September are generally considered as the monsoon months in Rajasthan. The monsoon period in Rajasthan is considered as the period of events, festivals and fairs which would provide you the opportunity to come more close to the soul of Rajasthan.
It would be an un-imaginable experience for you all if you visit Rajasthan during the time of winter. It is pleasing to see Rajasthan grandeur reach at its height during the season of winter. One can get indulge in the outdoor activities, can go for camel ride, elephant sari or can experience the fairs and festivals of the place. Winters in Rajasthan is bearable and one can step out in naked sun and go for shopping of ethnic wears, traditional jewelry, mojaris along with a wide range handicrafts. The nights during winters in Rajasthan are chilled. One can spend their evening by sitting beside bonfires, enjoying local food, listening folk music and tapping feet on folk dance which generally tell you the tales of royal heroism, loyalty and love.
The hot and dry climate of Rajasthan is inevitable, people of Rajasthan are used to this kind of climate while people coming from cold areas nationally and internationally for them Rajasthan comes as a last option to visit during summer time. Yet there is one place in Rajasthan which can be visited during summer, which is “Mount Abu”. The only hill station is an Oasis in Rajasthan. Travellers are advised to bring light cotton clothes, head gears, scarves and sunscreen lotions during your Rajasthan tours in summer season. Keep a water bottle or any fluids (juice/squash etc) with you to be hydrated.