• 20 Places to Visit in Rajasthan in Winters

    Posted on December 16, 2021 by in Road Trip

    Table of Content

    1. Introduction
    2. The place to Visit in Rajasthan
    3. Means of Transport in Rajasthan
    4. How to book Chiku Cab Services


    From the months of November to February, Rajasthan experiences winter. The temperature in Rajasthan during this period varies from 10°C to 27°C making this to be the best period to visit Rajasthan. As the temperature is not in either of the extreme ranges, as a tourist, one can with ease move around the entire state and also enjoy a lot of other activities. Here is a list of a few places you ought to visit on your tour to Rajasthan in the winter vacations.

    Places to Visit in Rajasthan

    • Jaipur

    The pink city of India – Cab in Jaipur, shows many different vibrant shades in December. The palace of Alsisar Mahal is converted into a huge auditorium like structure for the happenings of the Magnetic Fields Festival. This is basically a music festival that goes on for three days and displays the modernism of the young folks of Jaipur. Along with the music, there are other activities like secret parties, treasure hunts, rooftop dancing, desert safari, Yoga classes and loads of more things. Also, you can visit places like City Palace, Amber Fort, Jantar Mantar Observatory and Birla Mandir during your stay at Jaipur.

    • Udaipur

    The temperature in Udaipur varies from 12°C to 30°C during the month of December, making it an extremely pleasant time to visit the city for sightseeing. The breathtaking lakes and beautiful landscapes make Udaipur a city to be must be seen in Rajasthan during Winters. Other places of interest in Udaipur would be City Palace, Saheliyon ki Bari, Lake Pichola, Bagore ki Haveli.

    • Jaisalmer

    Jaisalmer being a desert, is harsh throughout the eight months of the year, leaving aside the months from November to February. The temperature in Jaisalmer during winters doesn’t go above 23 degrees, thus allowing activities like camel rides, jeep safari, and sand dune biking to be comfortable and relaxing. Nights in Jaisalmer during winters are cold and cosy, giving it another reason for honeymoon couples to come to Jaisalmer in December. Apart from the activities, one can visit the Bada Bagh, Sam Sand Dunes, Jaisalmer Fort, and Patwon ki Haveli during their stay here.

    • Jodhpur

    Popularly known as the Blue City, Jodhpur is one of the most visited places in Rajasthan during the winter season. One can include various ancient temples and forts on their to-do list when in Jodhpur. The major attraction in Jodhpur is the blue-coloured houses surrounding the Mehrangarh Fort, which is a photographer’s paradise. The architecture of the fort, as well as the surrounding houses, will just keep your mouth open in awe. Other places to visit in Jodhpur include the Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mandore Gardens, and Jaswant Thada.

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    • Alwar

    Built by a Rajput King in the year 1770, Alwar is popular for its magnificent Havelis, architectural forts, and natural reserves. Alwar is the go-to destination in Rajasthan for all the history lovers and wildlife and nature photographers. One can visit the Sariska Tiger Reserve in Alwar to spot tigers and other species of animals. Bhangarh Fort is another tourist attraction in Alwar and is said to be a haunted fort. You can also visit Pandupol and Karni Mata temple when in Alwar.

    • Jhunjhunu

    Jhunjhunu is quite a famous town in Rajasthan, which is well-known for its textile mills and copper producing plants. There are a lot of tourist attractions in Jhunjhunu like the Rani Sati Temple, Khetri Mahal, Aath Havelis, Khemi Sati Temple, and Kamruddin Shah Dargah. Also, don’t forget to visit Sone Chandi Ki Haveli and Badalgarh Fort when in Jhunjhunu. It is also an amazing place to shop handicrafts, tie and dye sarees, and local jewellery.

    • Ajmer


    Your Rajasthan Tour will seem to be incomplete if you don’t visit the Ajmer Sharif Dargah. It is the holy place where it is said that your wishes do come true if you pray with a pure heart. Other places of religious importance in Ajmer are Nareli Jain Temple and Rangji Temple. Also, you can go for an evening sunset stroll at Ana Sagar Lake to capture beautiful moments on your camera. Also, don’t forget to pay a visit to Naag pathar range when in Ajmer.

    • Khatu

    Khatushyamji or Khatu is a religious place in the Sikar district of Rajasthan. This temple is entirely built of Makrana Marble, and the detailed structure of this temple is an architectural marvel. The floral decoration of the idol in this temple is really an amazing sight to watch. Other places to visit near Khatu are Shyam Kund, Shyam Bagchi, and Gouri Shankar Temple.

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    Not only known for its historical architectural forts, but Bikaner is also worldwide famous for its Bhujiyas. Known as the food lover’s paradise in Rajasthan, you will eat your fingers out while dining at the local restaurants. Places of historical visit in Bikaner are Laxmi Niwas Palace, Junagarh Fort, Lalgarh Palace, and Karni Mata temple.

    • Ranthambore

    The Ranthambore Tiger Reserve and National Park are the absolute places of divinity for all wildlife lovers. During winters, one can observe nearly 330 species of birds migrating to Ranthambore. Apart from wildlife, Ranthambore is also equally famous for Ranthambore Fort, Surwal Lake, Jogi Mahal, and Padam Lake. You should try out the Dal Bati Churma, Ker Sangri, and Mawa Kachori here, which will satiate all your taste buds.

    • Pushkar

    Pushkar is a holy pilgrimage centre for the Hindus with approximately 400 small temples and 52 ghats, with the most famous being Bramha Temple, Pushkar Lake, and Savitri Temple. There is one more big fascination in Pushkar during December, and that is ‘Shree – The Sacred Festival’. This festival is given its charm by famous musicians who perform live here. The major purpose of this festival is to create awareness on how to attain happiness by the means of meditation, music, and yoga.

    • Mount Abu

    The Winter Festival of Mount Abu is a colourful and enticing event where local dances like Ghoomar and Sufi Kathak are performed. Along with this, there are activities like poetry reading and kite flying, which take place. Mount Abu, during this festival, looks like a canvas with beautiful colours, customs, and traditions showered all upon. The Winter Festival begins with a procession to Nakki Lake, which is one of the famous lakes of Rajasthan.

    • Kumbhalgarh

    The Winter Festival of Kumbhalgarh is famous as it is held at around 1014 metres above sea level on the Aravalli Hills. It brings together all the local artists, dancers, musicians, and performers under one roof to perform on a large scale. It is a bliss to watch these artists perform their cultural speciality which is colourful and mesmerizing at the same time.

    • Neemrana

    Neemrana fort is converted into a beautiful luxurious hotel now, which is worth a stay and a watch during winters because of the lightings and decorations done during the winter season. When in Neemrana, you ought to visit places like Baori, Bala Quila, and Sariska National Park.

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    Means of Transportation in Rajasthan

    There are precisely 11 functional airports in Rajasthan which connect all the major tourist places here. You can always book a private taxi from the airport or railway station to your destination with Chiku Cab services. The cabs offered by Chiku Cab are extremely comfortable, clean and hygienic, and affordable at the same time. This taxi service with Chiku Cab can even opt for local sightseeing tours, wherein the driver can act as a guide towards you to show you the worthy places around.

    How to Book Chiku Cab Services

    There are two major ways through which you can book a Chiku Cab taxi service:

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