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Family Fun in the Land of Kings: Rajasthan

Amit Kumar
Family Fun in the Land of Kings: Rajasthan

In India, Rajasthan is the land of warriors and kings. It has a treasure of unforgettable history, culture, and natural beauty. This land of sand and dunes showcases the unique blend of centuries-old traditions with modern wonders. Each corner of this state located in the north-west region of India, tells a story of valour and pride of not only the kings but also of their queens like Rani Padmavati’s Johar. Rajasthan is often associated with romance and adventure, it is also a fantastic destination for a memorable family vacation.

If you are planning to spend your upcoming vacations with your family and exploring a place having culture and modernization then Rajasthan can become your next destination. To explore the cities and do activities on Rajasthan Family Holidays, this blog is going to guide you and families seeking fun, learning, and adventure in the Land of Kings and warriors.

Pink City- Jaipur

Jaipur also known as pink city and centre of state politics is the capital of royal Rajasthan. Its cleanliness, wide roads, markets and showrooms will give you a vibrant feel of moving in metro cities like Mumbai, Bangalore. Meanwhile the historic Amber Fort captivates visitors of all ages. Here, kids will get amazed by the grandeur of the Amber fort’s architecture and the opportunity to take an elephant ride up the hill. Don’t miss the Hawa Mahal, also known as the “Palace of Winds,” which is an iconic structure with intricate latticework.

For the history and learning purpose visit the City Palace Museum and the Jantar Mantar observatory, a UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring fascinating astronomical instruments from the 18th century.

Desert Adventures in Jaisalmer

For families, Jaisalmer, often known as the “Golden City,” offers a distinctive desert experience. The hilltop Jaisalmer Fort is a fascinating spot to visit. You can keep the kids engaged by telling the true stories of warriors and royal exploits to keep their attention. In this you can take assistance from your tour operator as well.

Jaisalmer is also famous for desert safari. Travel into the Thar Desert by camel on a safari. Camp under the starry night sky while admiring the desert’s changing hues at sunset. Your family will remember this beautiful experience for the rest of their lives. If you are an adventure lover then you can visit Kuldhara, a 300 years old haunted village. To get goosebumps and want to see the reality of an unblasted bomb during the Indo-Pak war, you can visit Tanot Mata Mandir near the India-Pakistan border. While visiting this temple don’t miss the Sadhya Arti offered by soldiers.

Marvel at the Udaipur Lakes

Udaipur, sometimes called the “City of Lakes,” is a charming and welcoming vacation spot. Take a boat ride on Lake Pichola to start, where you can see the City Palace and Jag Mandir in all their splendour. The tranquillity of the lake and the nearby architecture contribute to a peaceful family outing.

A spectacular complex with museums, courtyards, and stunning architecture is the City Palace of Udaipur. As your children explore the palace grounds, teach them about the history of the Mewar dynasty.

Explore the Blue City of Jodhpur

The “Blue City,” Jodhpur, is aesthetically pleasing. Visit the Mehrangarh Fort, one of India’s biggest forts, with your family on a guided tour. Both young and old will be captivated by the striking architecture and the tales of its Rajput kings.

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