Rajasthan, a state in Western India, is known as the "Land of the Kings" and is renowned for its royal heritage. A wonderful honeymoon destination thanks to its opulence, magnificent heritage sit (Read More)es, and gorgeous landscapes, it is a must-visit for culture buffs. With Holidify's Rajasthan honeymoon packages, you can experience the state in all its glory and visit cities like Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Mount Abu and Jodhpur.
The "Pink City," Jaipur is the state's capital and a must-visit when travelling to Rajasthan. It earned this title because of its sandstone structures like Hawa Mahal, a crown-shaped red-pink sandstone structure. Other famous attractions to see include the City Palace, Nahargarh Fort and Jaigarh Fort. Jal Mahal, a former shooting lodge for the kings, is a mesmerising site surrounded by a calm lake and mountains.
You and your partner would also enjoy strolling through Sisodia Rani Garden. Furthermore, do visit the Amrapali Museum and Anokhi Museum of Handmade Paintings too. Udaipur deemed the "City of Lakes," is a beautiful city surrounded by the Aravali Hills. Rajasthan honeymoon packages include visits to its picturesque lakes like Lake Pichola, encircled by mountains, and Jaisamand Lake and Fateh Sagar Lake with their tiny islands.
You can go on a romantic boat ride across the lakes to thoroughly soak in the surroundings. Then, spend some time strolling through Saheliyon ki Bari, a stunning garden dotted with statues, fountains, flowers and a lotus pool. The Doodh Talai Musical Garden, a rock and fountain garden, is a must-visit attraction, as is the majestic City Palace on Lake Pichola's banks.
When you travel to Rajasthan, you shouldn't miss out on Mount Abu, the state's only hill station. Nakki Lake, with its beautiful views of hills, is ideal for a romantic boat ride. If you enjoy hiking, go up to Toad Rock for arresting views of the hill station. The Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is home to diverse wildlife and is the perfect place for nature lovers. A site dedicated mainly to honeymooners is Honeymoon Point which offers spectacular views of the sunset and Nakki Lake.
Jaisalmer, the land of deserts, is known for the Jaisalmer Fort, picturesque Gadisar Lake and Bada Bagh. What's unique about this city are its deserts and the Sam Sand Dunes, where you have the opportunity to go on camel safaris, spend a night in a tent and attend cultural programs around a bonfire.
To avoid the sweltering heat, plan a trip to Rajasthan between October and February. Something unique about Rajasthan is its numerous heritage hotels that offer luxurious accommodation and allow you to experience life as the royalty did! The ideal duration for the trip would be about 6-7 days. Holidify guarantees you an unforgettable holiday with its customisable and affordable Rajasthan honeymoon packages.
Soaked in history, rich local cultures and magnificent architecture, the state of Rajasthan is a brilliant honeymoon destination with unique cities and towns boasting exquisite royal palaces and havelis, quaint museums, incredible forts, national parks with wildlife reserves, temples, traditional bazaars, natural and man-made lakes. Sculpted along with the heart of the Aravalli Mountains and the Thar Desert, Rajasthan offers a bevvy of picturesque cities like Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Jaipur and Udaipur. Honeymooners in Rajasthan can also indulge in luxurious stays at world-class resorts.
How many days are enough for honeymoon in Rajasthan?
5 to 6 days are enough for a honeymoon in Rajasthan to explore the urban must-visits. For the first 3 days, couples can visit the major cities for sightseeing trips of the regal Mewar havelis of Jaipur and ancient forts of Jaisalmer. On days 4 and 5, explore Udaipur’s world-famous lakes and the Hindu temples of Jodhpur. Some of the romantic destinations sought after by honeymooners are Dilwara Jain Temple on Mount Abu, the Thar Desert and Ranthambhore National Park.
What can couples do in Rajasthan?
The top activities for couples celebrating their honeymoon in Rajasthan are sightseeing of City Palace, Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar, light and sound show at Jaipur, elephant rides at Amber Fort, holy bathing at Pushkar Lake, visiting the remote, fortified desert city of Jaisalmer, camel riding in Pushkar, exploring Dilwara Jain Temple on Mount Abu, boating on Udaipur’s lakes, camel safaris at the Thar Desert and tiger safaris Ranthambhore National Park, Rajasthan cuisine cooking classes at world-class restaurants and resorts, spending the night at one of Rajasthan’s historic fort resorts and shopping for mirrored jewellery, gemstones, spices and fabrics.
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