This a park spread over an extensive area in the heart of Connaught Place. This park is filled with lush greenery and plants. Most of the plants have flowers blooming throughout the year. There are three water bodies, among which is a cascade, which increases the charm and beauty of this place. There is also a huge ampitheatre present inside this park for regular concerts and functions too.
Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park
This is a recent development in the city in 2006 and still calls to be a priority in the things to do in Jodhpur. The entire park is located on a ground of 72 hectare and full of the local species to give an idea about the diversity of the place to the tourists. The attraction is just next to the Mehrangarh Fort and the best part is that it has something different to offer at various times of the year. There are walking trails in the park where you can do bird watching as well as explore various reptiles and butterflies. There is a small café here for those who want to take a food break.
Sam Sand Dunes
This is an area a little out of the main city of Jaisalmer and is one of the most beautiful attractions of the city. The sand dunes are a visual treat and camping is what attracts most of the tourists till this place. This is a unique experience as you have a tent right on the sand and the whole night gets more colorful with the traditional music and dance programs. There are a number of camel tour agencies which try to force you to pay more. You should be able to tackle them skillfully. A trip to Rajasthan cannot be completed if you miss this.
Garden of the Maidens (Sahelion Ki Bari)
Saheliyon ki Bari basically is a garden and courtyard for the royal maidens. It was built by Maharana Bhopal Singh as a recreational space for the 48 maidens that had accompanied his wife after their marriage. When it was built, it had just the garden but the fountains were added about 125 years ago and worked without any motor, they just use natural pressure of the fountain due to its shape and the water comes from Fateh Sagar lake.
Ranthambore National Park
This is the main attraction of the Sawai Madhopur District and a delight for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers. Tigers are the main attraction in this park and it is also a part of the Project Tiger. This is more of a forest covering a large area where tigers are left to roam around at their own will. There are instructions instead for tourists and not the animals at all. Forest safaris are the best thing you can enjoy here and the tigers hunting by themselves in full view looks like a rare view. The Ranthambore Fort is like a watch tower on top of a hill inside the national park anf you can do a lot of photography from here. There are other animals found here in this forest too.
Keoladeo National Park
Formerly known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, this is an UNESCO World Heritage Site which was once a hunting ground of the Maharajas. This place is a beautiful wetland and a land rich in the diversity of flora and fauna. Though the water supply is a standing problem but this has been compensated by many other advantages. This is also the only National Park which is surrounded by a wall which protects it from the fear of encroachment and any outside attacks. Spread over a large area, this place was legalised by the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 and other necessary laws. This was earlier on an ordinary wildlife sanctuary but was later given the rating of a national park. Migratory birds from far- off countries and the gorgeous wild animals are worth seeing here. The animals are allowed to roam around freely within a given boundary and thus they also feel at home. Wildlife safaris are the best thing you can do over here apart from some peaceful hours of bird watching especially during the early hours of the day.
Flying Fox Jodhpur
If you are in for adventure when travelling to the beautiful city of Jodhpur, the best is to visit FLYING FOX once. It is more of a circuit which consists of about 6 zip lines located in the northern side of Mehrangarh. It passes via lakes, bastions as well as walls to give you a lifetime experience. There is no doubt that the activity is fun and worth the money you spend on it. Before the start of the sports, there are proper standards and guidelines that are explained for safety reasons. The entire tour might take you around 1-1 ½ hours. Chokelao Bagh is the starting point of this zip line.
Sariska National Park
There is a news of declining number of tigers everyday and the Sariska National Park is trying to stop this tragedy as much as it can. This national park nestled in the lap of the Aravalli Range is mostly known for its contribution to the 'Project Tiger'. In the year 1958, this park was declared as National park as well as a wildlife sanctuary as before this, the whole area was just a place where animals used to live. The most attractive part about this national park is that you het tp see a variety of tigers here. There are other animals as well and the flora includes a number of medicinal herbs and plants other than many other species. Also good to see is the love with which the animals are kept here. There is no trapping them like most conventional zoos. They are all set free and let to roam around like they would have done in a forest but with the safety of not being poached for fun and entertainment. The kankwari Fort is another attraction which forms a part of this National Park.
Bikaner Camel Safari Day Tours
Many agencies and tour operators in Bikaner offer camel safaris in the desert, which usually range from one to a few days. You can also opt for an overnight safari, where you halt at a camp in a village in the desert. A safari will cost you anywhere between Rs. 1500 to 2000 per day, per person. This will include the camel ride, stay, food and entertainment. A common itinerary consists of a short jeep ride to the camels, a camel expedition to the camp (along the way you will encounter majestic palaces and ancient temples) and an overnight halt with good food and some folk music. Click here for more information.
Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary
One of the most commonly visited locations of Bikaner, this sanctuary was once the favorite hunting destination of the Maharajah of Bikaner. He is said to have hunted a lot of wild animals out here. the main animals found here are nilgais, chinkaras, wild fowls, wolves, black bucks and others. The calmness and tranquility of the place is perfect for nature and wildlife lovers. This is also an ideal place for you if you are a bird lover as many migratory birds come here during light winters.
Balsamand Lake and Garden
This is a lake house which is quite a renowned one in the city of Jodhpur. According to tourists and locals, this is a must visit for all those who are coming to the enriched cultural hub for the first time. The swimming pool is the most eye-catching structure here with some spectacular carvings not only on the roof but also on the pillars. There is an open air restaurant to enhance the taste buds with some Indian and especially Rajasthani delicacies. If you are in the city with your mate, then there is nothing better to take them for a date here at Balsamand Lake.
As the capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur lives up to all the expectations where enriched history and culture is concerned. Also known as the Pink City this is the place that sees millions of tourists every year from around the globe. In simple words, Jaipur is the gateway to the beautiful and enthralling Rajasthan. The city of Jaipur might be chaotic in nature but it brings out the essence of this colourful place to a great extent. Another eye-catching factor about Jaipur are the innumerable palaces and forts surrounding it. Till today, there are quite a number of royal families who reside in Jaipur. When we come to the attractions here, there is countless number of places to see and explore. From amazing street shopping to great architecture of the palaces, there is so much you can make a part of your memories when here.