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Best Places to Visit in Rajasthan for Monsoon

by Editor (editor), , September 04, 2018

Here are the top monsoon destinations to visit in Rajasthan.

Yes, winter is the best time to visit Rajasthan. However, it does not mean that the rest of the year is worst for tourism. Monsoon is a beautiful time to visit the state to enjoy festivals, lush vegetation and a mild climate. Monsoon renders most of the destinations in the country, either dangerous or dislikable.

However, there are a few places in this country, which gets a makeover during rain and Rajasthan is one such place. Not all destinations of Rajasthan are beautiful to visit during a shower. Here are the top monsoon destinations to visit in Rajasthan.

1. Udaipur

This was the monsoon destination for the royals of yesteryear. They built many palaces in unique places to enjoy the land in rain. The lakes of this region gets more beautiful during the monsoon season. The hilltop Palatial residence was purposely built for enjoying the monsoon clouds from the verandah. Top places to enjoy in monsoon are Jag Mandir, Udaipur City Palace, FatehSagar Lake, Monsoon Palace, Lake Pichola and others.

2. Jalore

This city is located in the foothills of Mount Swarnagiri. This city is called as the grandeur and granite. The Aravalli Ranges of this region is famous for a fresh look during monsoon. The view from the top of Jalore Fort during mild shower is worth a thousand clicks.

3. Bundi

This hill-surrounded region is famous for peacocks during monsoon season. Also, you can enjoy a cultural time during Teej festival. The waterfalls get a good makeover during monsoon season. Other top places to visit here are Bundi Palace, cenotaph, Naval Sagar Lake, Jait Sagar Lake and others.

4. Alwar

The city is filled with temples and monuments. During monsoon season, the monuments and structures look fresh and the land is filled with exotic flora. The waterfalls, lakes and other natural spots will be at prime beauty during monsoon. Since the level of rainfall is moderate, you can enjoy sightseeing without much of a difficulty.

5. Jhalawar

This region is famous for its landscape filled with red rocks, orange orchard and lush red poppy fields. During monsoon season, the stones get washed and looks vibrant. The oranges will be ready to harvest and the fields will be lush and beautiful.

6. Nagaur

Nagaur becomes more romantic during monsoon season. This place is famous for its unique architecture and the iconic salt-water lake. People visit Nagaur during monsoon to enjoy a cozy stay and enjoy a peaceful time, away from the hustle of commercialization.

7. Mount Abu

The place does not experience a large change in the climate during monsoon. The place is always mildly cool. However, the place becomes green and fresh during rain. Top activities to enjoy during monsoon are trekking, strolling, visit to peaks, temple visits and others.

8. Ranakpur

Ranakpur is a heritage-filled destination, famous for its list of structures and temples. The temples of this region are usually populated with monkeys. However, during rainy season, you can enjoy the monuments without the trouble of monkeys. In addition, the structures will look fresh and clean, after being washed in the rain.

Apart from these, you can find numerous other destinations, which are best enjoyed in monsoon in North India Region. The trick is to choose destinations with many monuments. Choosing wildlife attractions during monsoon can be disaster as, the animals and birds would remain in their shelter. All the water bodies will be filled with water and monuments will be fresh and clean during this season. If you visit places with peacock, you can watch them dance during this season.



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