Three destinations for Winter Tourism in Rajasthan
Every traveller should visit Rajasthan, the land where the Maharajas lived. Why not? And why not? There is something for everyone. Adventurers will love the zip-line adventure with the magnificent backdrop of Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur.
A fantastic tour of the historic Chittorgarh Fort allows you to relive Rajput culture and traditions. Rajasthan is the perfect place for foodies. You can gain weight by visiting this culturally rich Indian state with the Lal Maas at Lake Pichola Hotel Udaipur and the Lassi at MI Road Lassiwala Jaipur.
Rajasthan is home to some of India’s most exclusive and unique properties and hotels. I was fortunate enough to have visited some of these properties, and this blog will allow me to give you a virtual tour of three so that you can plan your Rajasthan Trip Package properly. Let’s get going.
- RAAS Chhatrasagar
The luxury tents of RAAS Chhatrasagar, 17 in number, are nestled in the heart of a bird sanctuary and offer a wonderful option for a 3-night holiday getaway. It is only 2.5 hours from Jodhpur and 4 hours from Jaipur. This makes it a pleasant road trip to reach Chhatrasagar.
The area boasts a diverse birdlife, including more than 200 species. Guests can take their binoculars along to see rare birds such as blue kingfishers and green bee-eaters. You can arrange a Jeep Safari with an in-house naturalist, enjoy a boat ride on Chhatrasagar Lake bird-watching, or simply stargaze around a campfire.
- Castle Bijaipur
Castle Bijaipur, a charming 16 th century castle in the Vindhyachal Hills, is just a 2-hour drive from Udaipur Airport. In 1991, the ruling family of Bijaipur turned this Castle into a hotel. Since then, they have maintained it as a home for tourists to enjoy traditional Rajput hospitality.
The palace offers a unique experience that is both authentic and to the point. You can relax in this oasis of calm and take a Yoga or Meditation class with the resident Yoga master. Many travellers visit India to practice Yoga and Meditation at Castle Bijaipur.
The friendly staff at Castle can arrange a Rajput cooking class using local produce. You can create the most delicious Rajasthani dishes, whether you’re looking for Jungli Maas or Dal Baati Churma. The games room has table tennis, as well as some card and board games for younger travellers. Cultural evenings featuring traditional Indian music and dancing are a highlight of the cultural program.
You can enjoy a variety of activities outside the Castle’s walls. You can take a Jeep Safari in the morning or ride on beautiful Marwari horses on a long horseback ride through Bijaipur. A fishing holiday is something you can arrange here.
Bijaipur’s rivers and lakes are home to freshwater fish. A team of experts can join you on your fishing adventure.
- Castle Mandawa
Castle Mandawa, a fortress converted to a luxury heritage hotel, is frequently called the Best Heritage Resort of Rajasthan. Castle Mandawa is a two-hour drive from Jaipur and offers magnificently restored grand luxury suites, rooms, and other amenities that you can review.
These rooms were once the residences of former Maharajas. You are transported back in time by the prominent vintage furniture found in these suites and rooms. You will discover that each corner of this magnificent Castle has something to offer.
You can choose from a variety of activities, including horse-riding, camel safari or a guided tour through Mandawa’s Shekhavati town.