Banswara Tourism & Travel Guide

Trips and Itineraries for Banswara

Banswara does not have rail link but is well connected with entire Rajasthan state with National and state highways....

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North and South India boast of different cultures and it's visible in the manner in which they celebrate their festivals....

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Top Places To Visit in Banswara 9 Spots

Ratlam Road, Banswara
Banswara-Jaipur Road, Banswara

Weekend Getaways from Banswara  

Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
Udaipur beckons tourists from all over the world with its romantic landscapes and ethereal monuments. Bordered by the crags of the hazy Aravallis, the city that was established in the 16th century by Maharaja Udai Singh, is now a major heritage tourism hotspot for India. With a seductive old-warm charm, opulent palaces and lively bazaars, tourists will never run out of places to visit in Udaipur city. Some enchanting attractions in the city include the filigreed walls of Bada Mahal, the mountain pass of Haldighati, the lavish gardens of Saheliyon ki Bari and the placid waters of the Jaisamand Lake. The shimmering Lake Pichola hosts numerous things to do in Udaipur city, such as a boat ride through the lake to the Jag Mandir Palace, from which you can witness the most stunning sunset. For those with a penchant for automobiles, the Vintage Car Museum in the Garden Hotel, hosts a fantastic exhibit of vintage vehicles. Udaipur's cuisine comprises of Rajasthani staples such as the flavoursome dal baati choorma and gatte ki sabzi. Popular eateries here include Chandni, Ambrai, Jagat Niwas Palace Hotel, Lotus Cafe and Mayur Rooftop Cafe. Hotels are easily available in Udaipur, and several retain their old world feel.

About Banswara

Instead of going island hopping in Indonesia, visit the 'City of Hundred Islands', BanswaraSituated by the Mahi River, Banswara in Rajasthan is a place full of surprises. From temples ruins in Arthuna dating back to the 11th century to waterfalls (Kagdi, Juha and Kadeliya) that turn into a cascading vision during the monsoon, Banswara is a treasure trove of historical, cultural and natural gems hiding in plain sight.It is also known as the home of the Bhil tribe, known as the bow-men of Rajasthan, which still make up half of the population. Banswara has a fascinating mix of terrains which can rarely be found together in one place; the cave lake of Ram Kund, the wetlands of Diablab Lake and the hills around Samai Mata Temple are a few great places to see this.

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