Activity As I said, you have to come out of your comfort zone in order to experience Rajasthan as completely as possible. On every street and corner of Rajasthan, there is an adventure and everything you have to do is look for it whole-heartedly. Let me start with you so that you can make a good decision as to what your choices are for Rajasthan activities.
Choki Dhani Ethnic Resort: Hospitable… Gourmet treat… Luxury seekers’ sky… YES, Chokhi Dhani! You are at a loss if you are in Jaipur and have not visited Chokhi Dhani. This is one place where you get a genuine idea of Rajasthan’s hospitality and culture. Staying here is up to your budget or just eating here, staying here is a must! Serve the Rajasthani cuisine with an incredibly warm heart and present the Cultural show that will mock you at once.
Camel Breeding Farm: All right, this is one of the offbeat Rajasthan activities, which I think one must embrace. You can visit this special Camel Breeding Farm in the vicinity of Bikaner where camel research is carried out. This place is open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and you can enjoy camel-riding and camel-milk ice cream here. It’s an experience of its kind and I recommend that you go there!
Dune Bashing: Oh, oh, oh, oh! Just what you need in the big desert of Thar! In Rajasthan Dune Bashing, particularly in Jaisalmer has become extremely popular. It is indeed an adventure, a resurgent form of adventure, in which you sit in a jeep and a loiter in the rough desert to destroy the Sand dunes!
Gypsy Snake Dance: You’re just going to love it! Visit Jodhpur, and the nomadic tribe of Rajasthan, called the Kalbelija Tribe, will meet you. Watch the good men of Kalbelia defanging snakes dancing to the sweet flute of the lovely women of the Kalbeliya. You can compete with one of the international belly dancers with their slim and rhythmic wrinkling waists… Jodhpur is a memorable place for you!
Vintage Car Rally: Just when you think you saw Jaipur enough, you were surprised again. When you visited Rajasthan in January and February, you will feel enthusiastic. At the Vintage Car Rally, which is held about the same time annually, the roars of the vintage cars take over the Serpentine streets. You will be astonished by the royal march of the cars!
Abhaneri Step Well: The Abhaeri Step Well or the Chand Baori in Dausa district are definitely a place to see, similar to Rani ki Vav (now a UNESCO World Heritage Site in India). It is something that you must see in Rajasthan, an ancient building built in the 8th or 9th siècle for rainwater harvesting. The colossal size and architecture of this step will impress you well.
Royal Elephant Polo: Elephant rides in Rajasthan are common because it is an Indian royal house, but how are they with Royal Polo elephants? Well, that’s not the case, but you can naturally watch Elephant Polo’s lively game in Jaipur. You will be promised a happy event, such an experience!
Shilpgram Museum: We’re all going to Rajasthan to hunt for true culture, isn’t that? Nice, if this is the case then it is necessary to list the place of Shilpgram Museum near Udaipur. The Shilpgram Museum will certainly be your guide to Rajasthan showing the State’s lifestyle and culture. Only 3 km from Udaipur, the museum is easily accessible.
Speed Boating: It is time to have a good time and speed boating in the lake of Fateh Sagar, which is ideal in Rajasthan. In Udaipur’s hot climate, you’ll enjoy sparkling water while riding a high speed boat. There is a guarantee of total rejuvenation! The boat tour is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. every year.
Trekking in Alwar: Fans of adventure! Here’s something you’ll enjoy in the core… Alwar trekking. Alwar is blessed with lush green mountains, a healthy climate, and winter treks at Alwar can be the ideal activity for all of your adventurers, unlike in any other place in Rajasthan. The popular trekking route is Sariska-Alwar-Amber. You could however walk for Naldeshwar, where the famous Mahadeva temple is, if you run short or looking for a simple trek.