Rajasthan, the land of Rajput bravery, romance and sacrifice, offers a number of exciting honeymoon destinations, steeped in romance and love lore. Famous for its magnificent forts, splendid palaces, charming havelis (mansions) and world-class heritage hotels, Rajasthan offers a perfect honeymoon destination for newly weds. Rajasthan is also regarded as one of the most colorful and culturally rich states of India. Its colorful festivals, folk dances and music, unique traditions and lovely markets full of exquisite handicrafts and textiles promises to make your honeymoon in Rajasthan a lifetime experience.
Rajasthan offers a good range of options to honeymooners. If the royal splendors are what that fascinates you, then Rajasthan has no parallel in the country. Celebrate the most beautiful moments of your life with your life partner in the ultimate romantic ambience of luxury heritage hotels on your honeymoon in Rajasthan. Experience the royal comforts and pleasure while staying at enchanting palaces and splendid havelis of (mansions) Rajasthan that have been converted into luxury heritage hotels. Enjoy candlelit dinners, courtyard barbecues, dips in royal swimming pools, and walk together in beautiful gardens, promising an unforgettable experience for you and your partner.
Rajasthan is world-famous for its exotic sand dunes and camel safaris. Enjoy an exciting camel safari on the lovely sand dunes of Rajasthan on your honeymoon tour. Sit together and hold hands on an adventure filled camel safari that takes you deep takes into the Thar Desert. Lie down around a lively campfire as folk artists entertain you with traditional folk dances and music. Huddle together under a moonlit sky and gaze at sparkling stars that bear testimony to your love to your spouse.
On Honeymoon in Rajasthan, you can treat your spouse with an unforgettable experience by indulging in many colorful festivities of the land. Enjoy the vibrant and lively fairs and festivals, enticing folk dances and music, and interesting puppet shows, on your honeymoon in Rajasthan. Rajasthan is also known for its colorful markets, rich in arts and crafts. Gift your life partner a wide variety of exquisite jewelry, clothes, and handicrafts on your honeymoon in Rajasthan.
There are many wonderful honeymoon destinations in Rajasthan. On your honeymoon in Rajasthan you can visit the romantic Udaipur, Chittorgarh and Mt Abu, majestic Jaipur and Jodhpur, enchanting Bundi and Shekhawati, or exciting Jaisalmer and Bikaner among many more. Overall, the fascinating Rajasthan offers honeymooners satisfying and unforgettable times.
By Plane- Being one of the most important and popular tourist state , all the major cities have airports, including Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, and all the major cities of the country offer flights to the desert land.
By Train – Delhi and Mumbai offer express trains, like Shatabdi and Rajdhani, that cover an overnight journey to Rajasthan.
By Road: National Highway 8 is the best road to reach Rajasthan, especially when you are planning to come via Delhi and Mumbai.
Luxury Trains – Another best way to travel Rajasthan is, through booking a ride in one of the luxury trains that will take you on customized trips to the state, covering almost all the major places and that too in the lap of luxury and comfort. Some of these are Palace on Wheels, Royal Rajasthan on Wheels, and so on.
Best Honeymoon Hotels:
In these luxury hotels, you will get the feel of a royalty, and the comfort and elegance would give you a memorable honeymoon time in Rajasthan.
· Oberoi Vanyavilas, in Sawai Madhopur
· Hotel Pushkar Palace, in Ajmer
· Hotel Umaid Bhawan Palace, in Jaipur
· Mansingh Hotel, in Jaipur
· The Oberoi Rajvilas, in Jaipur
· Taj Lake Palace, in Udaipur
· The Trident, in Jaipur
· Jagat Niwas Palace Hotel
· Arts and crafts from anywhere in the market areas,
· Rajasthani ghagra choli and elaborated turbans,
· Traditional jewelery, especially lac and glass bangles,
· Elaborate and colorful embroideries and patterned fabrics,
· Souvenirs and handicrafts of wood, leather, glass, and metal
· Snacks and delicacies of Rajasthan like Bikaneri namkeens and sweets.
Last Updated on 24 January 2012