Rajasthan is a state with a hoary past dating back to the valiant Rajputs. In terms of area, it is by far northern India. It is the largest Indian state as also the seventh largest Indian state in terms of population. It is located in the north-western part of India and is home to the largely infertile That Desert, bordering with Pakistan along the Sutlej-Indus riverfront.
Udaipur, the southernmost part of Rajasthan, is also referred to as the "City of Lakes". Udaipur is a well-known tourist place especially in terms of its rich history/culture, scenic landscapes and palaces dating back to the Rajput-era. It is famous for its well regulated, maintained N sophisticated lake system including the seven surrounding lakes around it. Udaipur is also famous for its historic palaces/forts, hoary museums/galleries, natural locales/gardens, temples with the finest architecture, as also traditional festivals/fairs, and other structural marvels.
A part of the Golden Triangle, Jaipur is a famous tourist destination in Rajasthan. In fact, going by the 2008 Conde Nast Traveller Readers Choice Survey, Jaipur was the seventh best place for a visitor in Asia. Jaipur was awarded the first rank among the Indian tourist destinations for the year. Even more significantly, the Presidential Suite @ Raj Palace Hotel, priced at US$ forty-five thousand per night, was placed on the second spot in the CNN's World's fifteen most expensive hotel suites in the calendar year 2012. Visitor attractions include the Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jal Mahal, Amer Fort, Jantar Mantar observatory, and the Garh Ganesh Temple as also the Jaipur Zoo among others. Hawa Mahal is especially unique being a 5-storey pyramidal structure having nine hundred fifty-three windows and rising up to a marvelous height of fifteen ms (fifty feet, that is) from its basement.
Plan your Rajasthan visit well in advance so that you can avail the best time and weather conditions in this part of the world. Being dusty and full of desert land, the sand here warms up very quickly in the summer and cools down equally quickly in the winter. So, the most opportune time would be when it’s neither too hot nor too cool. Thus, the months of Jan-March and Aug-October would possibly be the best periods to visit this hoary land.
Ride a four-hour jungle safari to Ranthambore National Park spotting the majestic tigers in their own natural habitat, leopards, sloth bears, deer, and a rich variety of birds, all in an uncovered moving vehicle; Take Instagram like photos of Jaipur’s stunning locations, scenic views, rich culture and magnificent architecture; Have your own day in Udaipur to visit popular tourist attractions comprising City Palace, Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandal, Fatehsagar Lake, Saheliyon-ki-Bari, and, of course, not to forget the unforgettable Sajjan Niwas Garden; and, lastly
Travel Jaipur and Agra privately all by yourself, in the most convenient/comfortable hassle free air-conditioned environment available in India.