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33 destinations to explore in Rajasthan

The Indian state having innumerable royal palaces and forts. It is also known for its Thar desert, royal culture and historical monuments, such as the Hawa Mahal, and the numerous baoris.

Destinations in Rajasthan

Ajmer5 attractions

Ajmer Located in the heart of Rajasthan, is one of the major and oldest cities in the state.

Alwar11 attractions

The city of Alwar is surrounded by the Aravali Hills and has a unique recognition among the tourist.

Banswara5 attractions

Named because of the bamboos (Bans) found in its forests.

Baran1 attractions

Largest meteor crater in the country is in this district.

Barmer1 attractions

Barmer is the third largest district by area in Rajasthan and fifth largest district in India.

Bharatpur4 attractions

Bharatpur, also known as ‘Eastern Gate of Rajasthan. Bharatpur is rich in its historical events, temples, and wildlife.

Bhilwara2 attractions

Bhilwara is known as the textile city in the country.

Bikaner10 attractions

Historic district of Rajasthan which lies in the Thar desert.

Bundi4 attractions

Bundi takes its name from the Bando Naal or the narrow passage, between the rugged hills. It has great significance in the Pre-historic era such as the stone age.

Chittaurgarh7 attractions

Chittorgarh district is famous for its vast forest region and attracts a lot of tourists every year who visit these forests for rejuvenation and adventure. While going back to history, Chittorgarh, famous for its Rajput chivalry and pride, was home to ChhatariRajputs. It is believed that Chittorgarh was gifted to Bappa Rawal as a part of the dowry when he married the Solanki princess in the 8th century.

Churu1 attractions

District with many temples, wild animals. It is the entry point of the Thar desert.

Dausa3 attractions

Dausa is named after a hill near the city that was called Devgiri. On the top of the hill is situated a fort, built by Badgujar kings, who were the original rulers of this area. Later, Dausa was given by Chauhans to Kachwan.

Dholpur3 attractions

District Dholpur is situated in the eastern part of Rajasthan. it is bordered by Bharatpur district of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh to the north, Madhya Pradesh to the south, Karauli district to the west and Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh to the east.

Dungarpur3 attractions

The district Dungarpur is named after 'the town of hillocks' and the capital of the former princely state of Dungarpur.

Hanumangarh2 attractions

The district contains the archaeological site of Kalibangan ( Indus valley civilization) and Pallu. It also is known as Punjab of Rajasthan because of the majority Punjabi people in the district.

Jaipur22 attractions

Jaipur is famous for its forts,and colourful constructions. Jaipur city itself called as the Pink city of India.

Jaisalmer8 attractions

The largest district of Rajasthan. Jaisalmer District lies in the Thar desert, which straddles the border of India and Pakistan.

Jalore2 attractions

Jalore, has been remarkable due to the world famous granite tiles and slabs.

Jhalawar5 attractions

Jhalawar district has a rich history and natural wealth. It features ancient forts and prehistoric cave paintings.

Jhunjhunu4 attractions

Famous for its copper mines and a holy place for Hindu religious pilgrims.

Jodhpur6 attractions

Jodhpur is famous for its rich history. It is also referred to as the Blue City and "Sun City"

Karauli4 attractions

It is the holy district of Rajasthan where more than 300 temples are found.

Kota5 attractions

It is the hub of educational institutions and Asia's biggest manufacturer of fertilizers.

Nagaur5 attractions

District with great importance in the historic era. India's largest saline lake Sambhar lake is located here.

Pali2 attractions

District well known for its historical events from Chauhan dynasty

Pratapgarh1 attractions

Well known for pure gold and glass-inlay handmade unique jewelry called "Thewa".

Rajsamand3 attractions

Rajsamand is very well known for its marble production as the largest producing district as well as the largest single unit in the whole country.

Sawai Madhopur7 attractions

It is bounded by Dausa district on the north, Karauli district on the northeast, Jaipur district on the northwest, Kota district on the southeast, Bundi on the south, and Tonk district on the west.

Sikar4 attractions

Sikar is a north-eastern district of  Rajasthan. It is famous for its art and religious importance.

Sirohi1 attractions

The name Sirohi was derived from the head (Sir) of the desert (Rohi).

Sri Ganganagar1 attractions

Sri Ganganagar is referred to as the food basket of Rajasthan and Green district of Rajasthan.

Tonk4 attractions

The Tonk district is bounded on the north by Jaipur district, in the east by Swai Madhopur district and in the west by Ajmer district. The district is also called as 'Rajasthan Ka Lucknow '.

Udaipur13 attractions

Known for its picturesque lakes, Udaipur also called 'the city of lakes

Map of destinations in Rajasthan