Want to make a trip to India and wondering where to go? Well, in retrospect every place I have visited in India has been spectacular beyond measure. It is a country full of diversity, culture and phenomenal experiences. However, with so many places to visit and plenty of websites with places to visit. I want to highlight some really unique places to visit. If touristy places are not your thing, you are in the right place. I always like to visit off beat locations, no matter where I go. Rajasthan, is no exception to this approach and I have had an opportunity to visit Rajasthan so many times and discover hidden treasures.
I’m going to get down to locations directly, rather than sharing a lot of information about each place. That makes it really easy for you to travel to these hotspots. Some of these locations are hotels, but one’s that you can visit for their sensational hospitality.
SUJAN JAWAII, RANTHAMBORE
If you’re looking for an ideal destination where you can cool off, and enjoy nature in its utmost glory, look no further. This place is on my bucket list, and it does come with a hefty pricetag per night. But wouldn’t you say it is all worth it?
RANIJI KI BAORI
If you are a fan of architectural marvel and beauty, the step well is one of the finest attractions in Rajasthan. It is an ideal travel destination for someone seeking architectural beauty in the form of step wells.
Rajasthan is full of exciting step wells waiting for you, and you will have your hands full with step wells alone. But amongst many, this one is pretty spectacular.
PANNA MEENA KA KUND
Another attraction in Rajasthan, and certainly not a popular one, this is a great spot for a personal step well experience.
THE Great Wall OF INDIA, KUMBALGARH
Did you ever imagine you would find a Great Wall in India? thank the kings of mewar for this precious and timeless marvel.
If you are fan of haunted experiences, this is a fort very famous for the same. Known as one of the most haunted places in India, that closes down by sunset time, aren’t you excited to see this?
A place so personal to me, since I got married here, Suryagarh is one of the most spectacular hotels in India. The hospitality is unmatched, Palace and its architecture is jawdropping. This is always on my unforgettable Rajasthan destinations.
ALILA FORT, BISHANGARH
Another venue on my bucket list, this place is an absolute delight. Alila at Bishangarh is one of the most stunning new properties in India. Perched on a hilltop, this is a stunning palace, remodelled into a hotel that you can stay at.
LAXMI NIWAS PALACE, BIKANER
One of the wedding venue options for me was this beautiful palace in Bikaner. It is a beautiful property, that has been turned into a hotel that you can stay at. The best part about this is that you can also club it with your visit to Jaisalmer.
SIX SENSES FORT BARWARA, RAJASTHAN
One of the most famous Bollywood weddings took place in this hotel next to Rathambore in Rajasthan. It comes with an extremely hefty pricetag, but it is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for those who can afford this.
KULDHARA VILLAGE, JAISALMER
If you are in for some adventure, with visiting haunted villages in Rajasthan, you have found the place. Located very close to the vicinity of Suryagarh, this is a must visit!
UMAID BHAVAN PALACE, JODHPUR
Another destination for Bollywood weddings, Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas got married in this destination. It is an absolutely priceless experience, right from the hospitality to the rooms and much more.
RANTHAMBORE NATIONAL PARK
There are a few hotels that I have mentioned on this very block post located very close to Ranthambore, and this is why this place is on my India bucket list. It is one of the finest destinations in India, to witness tiger glory.
UDAI VILAS, UDAIPUR
Another hotel which is on most Indians dream bucket list, the Udai Vilas is a stunning property. Try to visit this hotel on an off-season to get the best rate, and try to stay in one of the rooms overlooking the pool for the best experience yet!
Rajasthan is full of treasures, and some of them come with a very heavy pricetag, but this would make up for one of the most memorable experiences to India. Especially if you find that you can afford to stay at many of these places, then it makes it worth the shot.
Lots of love,
Road dress travelled x