How to Plan a Family-Friendly Holiday Trip to Rajasthan?

Rajasthan is the state famous for kings and queens. Rajasthan made me relive the historical history of India.
I must say one thing that Rajasthan has never failed to enjoyment to the travellers. It has many different colours, sheer splendours, and many more. It is filled with the invincible forts, marble temples, waves of dunes, splendid palaces, lovely lakesare some of the reasons to travel and enjoy the Rajasthan one in life. I suggest everyone in the world enjoy Rajasthan.

If you are looking forward to a family vacation to the Rajasthan?If your answer is yes, then the only question at the back of your mind is that How to plan a family-friendly holiday trip to Rajasthan. What to see and do in the Rajasthan?

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I am sharing all the things in this blog;itwill assist you to get the best tips for planning a perfect family trip and help you know the top things to do in Rajasthan. Go reading step by step guide that can help you to curate.

First, decide where to go and when to visit the Rajasthan?

There are several places to visit that are perfect for family holidays. It depends on your interest, schedule, family size, and age of the family members, you can choose the right place for your Rajasthan tour from some of the below destinations:


Udaipur is the city of lake and a romantic city. It is good to go and the best place to visit in the Monsoon Season i.e.July to September. Your trip to Udaipur would take a maximum of 2 days and if you manage to wrap up visiting the places in just one day then you can even move forward to Chittorgarh. Chittorgarh is just 113 km away from Udaipur.


Jaisalmer is known as the Golden City of India. It is considered to go in the winter season. It will take 1-2 days.


Jaipur is the Pink City and the Capital City of Rajasthan. It is considered to be the best places to visit in the Winter i.e. late October till February. The period of 2-3 days is enough to enjoy it.


Jodhpur is the Blue City that can be visited at any time of the year. For travelling to Jodhpur you would require 2 days that would be enough to get through the sightseeing places. Jodhpur is also famous for enjoying amazing food.

Mount Abu

Mount Abu is the only hill station in Rajasthan. It is the best place to visit in summer and monsoon. You have 2-3 days enough to cover most of the places along with the enjoying beautiful mornings and evenings in the hill station.


Bikaner will take a day or 2 to help you explore and enjoy your Bikaner Tour. It is to be enjoyable in the Monsoon season.


Bharatpur is the best place to visit with kids and family during the monsoon season, so you would require to plan a trip of 3 days.


Narlai is the beautiful village of Pali district in the Rajasthan which is located at the Jodhpur-Udaipur highway, it is one of the most ethnic towns in Rajasthan. It is the best place to visit during monsoon season. You can extend a day to visit Narlai when visiting Jodhpur or Udaipur, but make sure you book your stay at RawlaNarlai to get the Rajwadi experience.

Ranthambore National Park

The best time to plan to Ranthambore is October to April which is a vast wildlife reserve near Sawai Madhopur. It would take you a maximum of 3 days to explore the deep jungles, Ranthambore Fort. You can enjoy safari rides, birdwatching, and many more.


There are many places to visit in Rajasthan but these are the best ones to enjoy the Rajasthan. The best time to visit the Rajasthan place is September to November in Rajasthan. It is not too hot and not too cold.
When you and your family when return from my Rajasthan trip, you couldn’t stop myself from recalling the beauty and richness of the Rajasthan state.

International tourists come to Rajasthan to enjoy things that they cannot find across the world.

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