Natural Heritage of Rajasthan

Special interest tours in the lap of nature

Rajasthan is basically a combination of two things that make it the ideal choice for special interest holiday destination – the amazing variety of flora and fauna at its countryside, and the historic nature of fantastic architectural heritage that dots its landscape. No place in India perhaps that much of variety of color in terms of attire, architecture, and customs. It is really fascinating education where such a large number of people integrate with their environment. Rajasthan is an easy state to discover because a network of road and rail connections makes travel relatively simple. And while there may be some curiosity about visitors, they are rarely harassed or troubled.

Here are some cursors for travelers who want to discover the natural heritage in a non-tourist, non-packaged sense.

1) Alwar – Alwar is one of the prominent tourist spots in eastern Rajasthan. It is especially famous for Alwar palace and Sariska National Park. A wonderful place to unwind is Fort Kesroli, which is a heritage hotel that is isolated and cut off from the busy world around it. Another escape can be to the Lake Palace at Silserh, a lake resort that is popular with picnickers, though the castle to one side provides the perfect, quiet antidote to the guests.

2) Chittaurgarh – The Teekhi Magri Resort at Dhamotar is ideal for getting away from it all, breaking with isolation once in a while to visit the fort at Chittaurgarh.

3) Kumbhalgarh – The hilly tracts of this area are best savored from Aodhi, one of Rajasthan’s most charming getaways.

4) Mandawa – Even though Mandawa, and much of the Shekhawati region, is firmly planted on the tourist map, the Desert Resort complex, set at a distance in the sand dunes, recreates the wonderful ambiance of a Rajasthani village.

5) Pushkar – The place of Lord Brahma’s devotee and a cozy dwelling of foreigners, Pushkar is an excellent impregnation of pilgrims and happy-go-lucky tourists. Due to its thick tourists inflow Pushkar is now dotted with hotels and resorts. Pushkar Resorts that is just 8 km away from Pushkar main city is an excellent place to relax and enjoy the unimaginable landscape. The best part of this luxury resort is the tariff. A traveler gets all imaginable facilities and comforts in an unbelievable price.

6) Nagaur – One of the least explored places in Rajasthan, its fort can be savored at leisure while you take your accommodations at Nagaur fort (tents).

7) Pali – Rajasthan’s Pali district has a number of quiet getaways that can provide gentle sojourns in the countryside. These include the comfortable Maharani Bagh and Sardar Samand resorts, and the two feudal holdings, Bagon-ka-Bagh at Ghanerao and leopard Lair at Bera.

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