Rajasthan - Best Winter Destinations of India 20/08/2019


There's no better time to visit Rajasthan than the winters starting from October till March. Maximum temperature can be 22ºC, while minimum temperature can go as low as 5ºC. Every city hosts some or the other event and if you plan now, you can surely make it just in time. The Famous Rajasthan Folk Festival & Marwar Festival  of Jodhpur, Dussehra, Colors of Rajasthan & Pushkar Fair, Deepavali in Jaipur, Kite Festival, Desert Festival in Jaisalmer and last but not the least Gangaur Celebrations & Bikaner Camel Festival. Rajasthan offers various experiences whether its leisure, luxury, shopping or adventure. You can create your own bucket list and pick and choose destinations cities accordingly.

Winters are the best time to explore Desert Camping in Jaisalmer. Luxury SwissTent accommodation, Camel Safari till Sunset Point, Rajasthani Cultural Folk Dance Program where professional dancers and musicians of Thar desert will entertain you with their music & gypsy dance followed by sumptuous Rajasthani dinner. With impressive forts and immaculately maintained historical sites, there’s plenty to see and explore in this Golden City. Shopping is yet another sought after activity to indulge.

Pushkar Fair is the most awaited event held in October - November and goes on for five days. Its held at the banks of the Pushkar Lake attended by both national and international tourists. You get a chance to live like a local during the Pushkar fest, take part in various competition and activities and  listen and dance in abandon along with famous fusion bands of India. Sunset camel safari is a must do and likely to stay with you long after the magical experience of this fair ends. Hot air balloon ride is another popular thing to do. It gives you an aerial view of the entire fair and if you have never done it before, then you can do it right here and cross this activity from your bucket list. Take a holy dip in Pushkar lake and attend the Maha Aarti at Pushkar Sarovar during the last day of the fair. 

Jaipur is relatively hot throughtout the year and its only during the winters when Jaipur climate dwells a temperature ranging from a minimum of 13ºC to 25ºC. Go for Cycling and Walking tours through the ancient streets, Palace hopping, Elephant Ride at Amer Fort, Boating at Jal Mahal, Photo stop at Hawa Mahal and Shopping at the vibrant local bazaars - Bapu bazaar and Johri bazaar. Don't miss out on delicious street food of Jaipur like Pyaaz Kachori and Mawa Kachori.

Visit Rajasthan between the winter months of October to March for a splendid experience !!!