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Why you should visit Rajasthan during Monsoon

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As the monsoon begins, the entire landscape around us changes. It is almost as if the whole landscape gets a dreamy makeover. And with such serene weather, who would not want to travel. And while the beautiful destinations such as Goa, Gokarna, North-East India, Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh are a crowd favourite to visit, we are here to share another amazing destination. We are here to talk about Rajasthan in monsoon. Confused? Don’t be! Rajasthan is not only beautiful from October to March, but it is equally mesmerising during monsoon. There is a Rajasthan tour package for every season! By now you must be very intrigued, right? Let us get to the topic immediately then.

As the first drops of rain land on the parched earth, Rajasthan breathes a sigh of relief. The magnificent forts, the royal Havelis and the overall landscape gets a complete renovation. Naturally, the monsoon is one of the best times to visit Rajasthan. With the whole state revamped with a fresh look and the splendid weather making for some spectacular sightseeing, Rajasthan is a monsoon delight. The Rajasthan monsoon allows you to travel freely. You can go to the sightseeing places of your choice, spend as much time as you wish to and have the time of your life. Since the crowd is at a lesser number, you can have a lot of fun while exploring. It helps you to understand the place or a monument much better. And since we are talking about monuments, the chances of you capturing these monuments in the best colours are possible in monsoon. The climate, the skies, and the original colour of the monuments are very refreshing. So, this is your biggest chance to up your Instagram game. Trust me when I say that the colours are surreal! Every age group can experience the grandeur of Rajasthan in monsoon.

But if I were to suggest Rajasthan to someone particularly, I would suggest it to the newlyweds or honeymoon couples. When you decide to book a Rajasthan honeymoon package you get a chance to explore Rajasthan in its most romantic weather. You can choose from a variety of luxury resorts, heritage hotels and more to plan that romantic honeymoon. As an additional experience, you can opt for a lake-side high tea or dinner by Pichola Lake. They can arrange a perfect lake-view but at the same time keep you sheltered from the rain. It will be one of the most unforgettable experiences and it will stay with you for a long time. There are some marvellous honeymoon places in Rajasthan. Udaipur with its pebbled streets, and beautiful walkways along the magnificent lakes; Jodhpur with its surreal views of the sunsets; Pushkar with its lush greenery and striking views; Jaipur with its grand Havelis and luxury hotels; Mount Abu with its pretty hills and nature await your arrival during monsoon. Apart from these places, destinations such as Bikaner, Jodhpur, Ranakpur and more also are equally beautiful. They are also among the best places to visit in Rajasthan in monsoon. You just need to plan that trip and set off to a great start to your married life.

For the longest time, Rajasthan has always welcomed all its guests with open arms and hospitality that is warm enough to melt every heart. It is not just their forts that are magnificent and royal, it is their hearts too. When you travel to Rajasthan, the degree of hospitality is on a whole another level. The food in Rajasthan deserves a separate story of its own. It is delicious and wholesome. All of these experiences are simply too good to be true. But they are! And adding monsoon to this equation just completes the math perfectly!

So don’t wait any longer and plan that Rajasthan holiday now. Veena World is always ready to assist you to plan the holiday of your dreams. You can get in touch with us on our toll-free number 1800 22 7979 or write to us at travel@veenaworld.com to know more details. See you next time with another interesting topic.

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