If you have ever been to Rajasthan, you would want to go back again. Rajasthan has an air of warmth that will certainly pull you towards itself. There are several vivid attractions in the state which will never grow out of attraction for people who love to travel. Here is a list of amazing cities of Rajasthan, the royal desert state which you must visit more than once in life.
Udaipur & Mount Abu
Udaipur is a small but charming city in the western parts of Rajasthan. It was also the historic capital city of Mewar in the ancient times. Udaipur is also a very popular tourist destination. The palaces and the lakes in the city are worth exploring. The Lake Palace in Udaipur which covers an island in the Pichola Lake is now a hotel. Udaipur is also known for its lakes and the romantic ambiance.
Some of the most beautiful lakes in the city include Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar, Udai Sagar and Swaroop Sagar. When in Udaipur, do not forget to taste the local Rajasthani cuisine like daal bari churma etc. You can look for accommodation in the luxurious heritage hotels like Udaipur Taj Lake Palace, or the Hotel Fateh Garh etc.
Mount Abu on the other hand is a very popular hill station in Rajasthan. It is located in the Sirohi district of Rajasthan and on the Aravalli Range of mountains. Mount Abu is also known as the Oasis in the desert since it is home to several lakes and rivers, snowfalls and the forests. In Mount Abu, you can stay put at the Palace Hotel, Jaipur House etc.
Jaipur is also known as the Pink city of Rajasthan. It is also the capital of the state. There is lots of interesting tourist attractions in Jaipur that are worth exploring like the Hawa Mahal, the Jantar Mantar, and the Nahargarh Fort etc. When in Jaipur, you can stay at The Raj Palace, Jaipur Heritage Hotel etc.
Plus check our this Jaipur Fatafat tour package for 1 Night/ 2 Days, which I believe contain all the details on how a traveler can explore Pink City step by step. Cost of such packages are around $200 per person.
Ajmer & Pushkar
The city of Ajmer is the fifth largest city in Rajasthan. It is also a popular pilgrimage center for all religions whether Hindu or Muslims, Sikhs or Christians. The city is surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains and is home to the shrine of Sufi Saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Chisthti. It is also the base point for travelling to Pushkar.
Pushkar on the other hand is a small town in the district of Ajmer in Rajasthan. It is renowned all over the world for its annual camel fair which is usually held in November. Pushkar is also considered as one of the five sacred Hindu pilgrimage centers. One of the major attractions in Pushkar is the Pushkar Lake.
Other attractions include the Brahma Temple which is one of the rare Brahmin temples in the world. The lake of Pushkar has 52 ghats in total where pilgrims come to take a holy dip in the water of the lake which is said to be the tears of Lord Shiva. You can stay at Hotel Pushkar Hermitage while in Ajmer and Pushkar.
Plus check out this tour package for Rajasthan (http://chetramvoyages.in/rajasthan-tour-package/) where one can explore all the amazing destinations of this beautiful desert state of India. I must suggest you that it will easily take around 10-12 days for a Rajasthan Trip.