Best places to visit in Rajasthan during winters

The cold breeze all around, along with the bonfire and turtleneck at the dunes in the wintry weather of Rajasthan would give you an experience of ultimate peace. It is worthwhile to experience the nippy weather in Rajasthan from November to January. 

These months won’t only excite you with the good weather but will also offer numerous festivals and fairs to make your vacation or outing memorable.

Let’s read about some of the best places to visit in Rajasthan in the winters. The most suggested places to witness in the state from the starting of November to the end of January are Mount Abu, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Pushkar, and Jaipur.

Visit the following places to enjoy the peace of nature & picture-perfect scenery and make your trip memorable.

  1. Mount Abu

Mount Abu is the perfect destination to click glacial moments on the top. From hiking, boating to scenic views, everything seems so angelic, especially in December. Without any second thought, visitors who are willing to spend 3-4 days in the arms of mountains should plan a visit to Mount Abu. 

What Makes Mount Abu Extraordinary in Winters?

Hike to Guru Shikhar in Mount Abu is the highlight of the place, which is the highest peak of Aravali Range. The 3000 steps to the top are worth experiencing to witness the jaw-dropping views. Do not forget to ring the giant bell after completing your hiking journey. 

In addition, the winter festival, sunset views, and wildlife sanctuary are one of the main attractions in the winters. 

What more to do?

  • Boating to Nakki Lake.
  • Enjoy the fantastic sculpture on the marble stone of Dilwara Jain Temples.
  •  Witness breathtaking views of sunset at Sunset Point.
  1. Jaisalmer

Planning to camp in the middle of the desert, with dunes views and camels around, then visit the golden city, Jaisalmer. Add this place to your wishlist for an exciting and unforgettable winter trip. Though this city is known for its hot weather conditions, winters are relatively chilled and pleasant enough to spend the days and not get sunburned. 

What Makes Jaisalmer Extraordinary in Winters?

Take Jaisalmer Desert Camping on priority to feel the royalty of the golden desert and the air sprinkled with sand. Herein you can experience an eve in the open sky, with delicious food and drinks around the campfire. Don’t miss star-gazing moments in the night! 

What more to do?

  • Relish the old temples of Jaisalmer.
  • Rent a paddleboat in Gadisar Lake.
  • Experience the Rajput and Islamic architecture at Nathmal Ki Haveli and Patwon Ki Haveli.
  1. Udaipur

Different seasons bestow different vibes. In winters, Udaipur mesmerizes you with the radiance of the shimmering lakes. Not only Lakes, but those who like the heritage and scenic views, must visit Udaipur in winters. There’s no doubt that winter is the best time to visit Udaipur. From enjoying pleasant boat rides to having delicious dinners at night, there is no end to the list of things to do in Udaipur during the winter season.

        What Makes Udaipur Extraordinary in Winters? 

Assuredly, Udaipur, with its name “The city of Lakes,” clearly defines the city’s attractions. To visit the lakes should surely be on the list, but some other things should also be added. Take festivals and fairs on the note to explore as winters compliment Udaipur beautifully with the state’s arts & crafts and culture. 

What more to do?

  • Mark onto the history of Maharanas and Mewar at the City Palace Complex and museum.
  • Gratify your photography at Ambrai Ghat while seeing sunset or sunrise.
  • Boating in the middle of Lake Pichola
  1. Pushkar

Visiting Pushkar in the Winters has become the main sightseer attraction nowadays! The roads in between the high hills, the tents in the dunes, and the holy feel of temples are ideal things to do in the winter season in Pushkar. 

What Makes Pushkar Extraordinary in Winters? 

As we already know, Pushkar has so much thrilling to surprise you. But, in Winters, the events you must add to your wishlist are Desert Safari, a camp night under the stars, and a holy visit to the Brahma temple and the market nearby.  

What more to do?

  • Relish Indian, Spanish, and Italian cuisine along with Rajasthani flavors.
  • Sunset viewing at Pushkar Lake.
  1. Jaipur

Jaipur has every reason to symbolize why it is the capital of Rajasthan. The architectural brilliance of the pink city offers the most beautiful Instagrammable and photogenic spots to the visitors. Also, this city has a diversified history which fills your mind with amazing facts.

What Makes Jaipur Extraordinary in Winters? 

Seize your winter holiday with affordable shopping points and delicious local food in the city. You can explore the streets and views with affordable rickshaw drives. Most importantly, explore its rich forts, ancient temples, and attend the Literature festival held annually in winters. 

What more to do?

  • Experience the breezes with a Hot Chai on the wintry morning of Jaipur’s Nahargarh drives. 
  • Amidst the mist and fog, view the fusion of Hindu Rajput and Islamic Mughal architecture at Hawa Mahal
  • Observe astronomical positions at Jantar Mantar

We hope these chilled vibes of the desert state will give you a fantastic wintry experience.

Happy Winters!

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