Which are the best places to visit in Rajasthan in Monsoon?
Is Monsoon even a good time to visit Rajasthan?
Certainly, the monsoons are very good time to be in Rajasthan, but most of the people will disagree with it.
Because all they think about Rajasthan is to be a place with no rainfall and sand.
But after reading this article, you will have a better view of the Royal Rajasthan and you will get to know about many lesser known beautiful places of Rajasthan.
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Udaipur is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Rajasthan but its beauty during monsoon reaches to its extreme.
The clouds come as close as it can get to the lake city and makes the surrounding so eye pleasing and romantic at the same time.
Indeed it is one of the most romantic places in the whole of India and if you wish to see it in its full glory.Mark Udaipur for your next Monsoon trip.
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I mentioned it in my other article Unexplored Places in Rajasthan.
If you love nature or bitten by adventure bug Rawatbhata will surely be your no. 1 place in Rajasthan and I can bet over this.
Monsoon works as an icing on the cake for Rawatbhata and you will be spellbound by the charm it glitters around.
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Another hidden gem of Rajasthan that not many people are aware of.
Banswara is the perfect example of Rebel.
Being a part of the Hottest state, with sand and sands everywhere.
This place is known by the name of “Hundred Islands”.
A truly soul-satisfying place to visit in Rajasthan in monsoon.
4. Mount Abu
Mount Abu has the tag of being the only Hill Station of Rajasthan.
And it sees a lot of Gujarati crowd, being a neighbor of it.
You can understand why Mount Abu is there in the list of places to visit in Rajasthan during monsoon because it is the highest residential place in Rajasthan
And you literally ride past the clouds on the way up to Gurushikhar (highest point in Rajasthan). The view from up there is totally jaw-dropping.
Kota is yet another place in Rajasthan that you should visit in Monsoon.
Such as Garadia Mahadev, the grand canyon of Rajasthan.
Or the place where the River Chambal smiles.
Then there is Geparnath Waterfall lying in the lap of nature.
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What I call Bundi is the less talked blue city of Rajasthan,
We all know Jodhpur being the famous city, but not much people talk about Bundi.
If you happen to come to Rajasthan in monsoon and thinking of visiting Jodhpur. Why not try Bundi, it turns much more beautiful during this time of period.
Apart from that, you can also visit Rameshwar Mahadev Waterfall.
Jaipur is an evergreen place of Rajasthan if you don’t have any idea whatsoever on where to visit in Rajasthan head to Jaipur.
Be it any time of the year, monsoon, winter or even summers.
It always has something in its bag to offer.
So the places you should be visiting in Jaipur during monsoon are:
Nahargarh, you will be going through the clouds for sure and don’t forget to enjoy roasted corn on the way apart from the breathtaking views.
Chulgiri Jain Temple, the mountains around it turns lush green and it is so eye-pleasing to watch them.
Amer Fort, clouds cover the gigantic fort and it just looks so perfect.
Watch the Albert Hall and dark clouds behind it, a sight that should be in your insta feed for sure.
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Pushkar has magnetic vibes around it.
I admit that there are not many tourist spots in Pushkar, apart from the Pushkar lake, Brahma temple, and Rose gardens.
But that is the beauty of this place, once you visit it you will be drawn to its over and over.
If you love slow traveling you will find Pushkar among the best places to visit in Rajasthan.
Just sit by the ghats of Pushkar in the evening hear the evening prayers. And all your worries, stress or tension Pushkar will soak it all and rejuvenate you with freshness.
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Have you ever been to Rajasthan or any of the above-mentioned places?