Three stunning tourist sites to fell in love at Rajasthan

The Royal land of Rajasthan is a popular tourist place. This state is famous for Hill Forts, religious places and traditional fun fairs. Rajasthan is a beautiful and peaceful place. Add these three charming places in your itinerary because they are worth it.

Rambagh Palace, Jaipur

Rambagh Palace jaipur
Rambagh Palace jaipur

The former Royal residence of Maharaja of Jaipur has been converted into a hotel. Rambagh Palace has located 8 km outside the walls of the city on Bhawani Singh Road. The first building was made in 1835 for wet-nurse of prince Ram Singh II. This house was situated amid the forest, and in 1887 it was converted into a modest Royal Hunting Lodge. It was expanded as a Royal Palace in early 20th century.

Sam Sand Dunes of Jaisalmer

Sam sand dunes Jaisalmer
Sam sand dunes Jaisalmer

It is a must visit tourist attraction and a lifetime experience. It’s a desert safari in the Thar Desert. The best time to explore Sam sand dunes is between 4-6 AM or PM. The main attraction of Sam sand dune is camel ride Safari and dance program at desert camps. During sunrise and sunset, there is a carnival-like atmosphere. There are many desert camps and mud cottages next to Sam Sand Dunes. These camps ensure a luxurious stay, lavish dinner and special music and dance program. If you are an explorer, it is a fantastic destination.

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Mehrangarh Fort of Jodhpur

Mehrangarh Fort Jodhpur
Mehrangarh Fort Jodhpur

One of the best preserved Fort of India, Mehrangarh Fort stands 100 ft high on a perpendicular cliff. It was built in 1460 by Rao Jodha and is enclosed by thick walls. Inside the walls, there are intricate carvings and expansive courtyards. There are total seven gates of the Fort including Jayapol and Fattehpol. There is a museum inside the Fort which takes us to the era of Rathores. Their arms, clothes, paintings and decorated period rooms are well-preserved.

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