If you are planning a trip to Rajasthan, then the first thing you need to do is plan for at least two weeks. There are so many places to visit in Rajasthan that at the end of it you might feel that even two weeks was not enough. As you will see when you get to the end of this article, there are so many names that we couldn’t even cover all of them in detail.
How do you get there? Most places in India now have flights at least to Jaipur, and also to some other cities in Rajasthan. But if you wish to take a train or even better, travel by road, then Delhi would be the best bet. There are lots of trains available, and if you decide to rent a car and travel by road, you will enjoy the smooth roads and the large variety of eateries on the way, as also the scenic beauty as the lush greens of North India give way to the desert ambience as you enter Rajasthan.
While you are there, you can opt for overnight trains for intercity travels, that will allow you to avoid the daytime heat, and also save precious time. But if you want to savour the hinterland, then your hotel can help you book full day/multiple day cabs or even drop service cabs.