Rajasthan is the part of the golden triangle and it is the most colorful city in India. The State has many histories and culture. If you love traveling, Rajasthan is a must-to-visit place in India. Here are quick tips for you to travel a budget-friendly trip to Rajasthan.
Duration of the stay
How long are you planning to stay in Rajasthan, India’s largest city? Jaipur, Jaisalmer tour package, Udaipur, and Jodhpur are the major cities you must visit. If you wish to explore the entire beauty of the cities, you need to spend minimum 2 nights. The travel time from Jaipur to Jaisalmer is 10 hours, Udaipur to Jaisalmer is 9 hours, and it takes 5 hours from Jodhpur. You need to consider the duration of the stay and distance of your journey.
Hotels to stay
All the 4 major cities in Rajasthan have a range of hotel rooms to suit everyone’s budget. If you wish to stay in luxurious hotels, you can choose an ultra-luxury chain of hotels. Most of the palaces in Udaipur and Jodhpur are converted into hotels. You can stay in Havelis and home stays. Set a budget and fix the place you want to stay.
What’s your mode of transport
If you wish to rest while traveling, you can prefer point-to-point train connectivity. However, if you want to enjoy the most of your journey, the road trip is the best option. You will come across small towns, which would make your road trip more colorful and fun. If you are planning to visit all the four major cities, the road trip might cost you more. You can opt to travel in train and choose local transportation to reduce your travel cost.
Explore the places on your own
Rajasthan has a rich history and the architecture of the palace and forts will definitely impress you. Almost all the places in Rajasthan is tourist friendly as you have enough signage at the place and information on the internet. Do not get carried away by the fake local guides who may come up with fake stories. Ignore any fake guides who can charge you a lot.
Finally, bargain before you buy
There are numerous items to shop in Rajasthan. Pashmina Shawls, bed-spreads, white metal, and handlooms are the best things you can buy from Rajasthan but if you want to stick to your budget, you need to bargain before you buy anything.
If you are looking to travel within your budget, make sure you plan your trip so that you can get the hotel rooms at the lowest price even during peak season.