After the muggy summers in Rajasthan, the monsoon brings freshness to the ambiance. This season begins in mid-June and ends in September. It is considered the best time to visit Rajasthan for budget-friendly holidays. Monsoon in Rajasthan is charismatic when you can relish the beauty of mountains and lakes, along with other popular attractions of the state. The rainy season in Rajasthan is often light with a moderate level of humidity. If you wish to avoid the rush of peak tourism season, then discover the best of the state in the monsoon. Here are some of the best places to visit in Rajasthan during the monsoon.
Udaipur is a dream destination for a romantic and peaceful holiday destination. Every year thousands of tourists come from all over the globe to visit the city of lakes. A trip to Udaipur in the monsoon becomes an unforgettable part of life when you will cherish a good time with your dear ones.
Places to see – Bagore ki Haveli, City Palace, Jag Mandir Palace, Jagdish Temple, Vintage Car Museum, Monsoon Palace, Lake Pichola.
The town of Ranakpur is famous for tourism during the monsoon season. The entire landscape is covered by a lush green carpet, and the dark grey clouds add a soothing hue to the 360-degree view of the surrounding hills. While you are in Ranakpur in the monsoon season, go on a nature walk and explore the ancient temples.
Places to see – Ranakpur Jain Temple, Surya Narayan Temple, Muchhal Mahavir Temple, etc.
Mahansar is a lesser-known tourist destination, famous for its amazing experiences. Taking a walk through the narrow lanes, open roads, and forested scapes – is an experience in itself. Old Havelis, jeep safaris, and trekking are some of the best things to do this season. If you are someone who loves sitting on a balcony and enjoying the monsoon view, then this place is best for you.
Places to see – Surana Haveli, Aath Khamb Chatri, Mahansar Fort, Churu Fort, etc.
Mandawa is a hot spot for movie shoots and is filled by media on and off the year. This is one of the oldest cities in the state of Rajasthan and worth a holiday. The city has a number of palaces, Havelis, and forts. Among all the seasons, Monsoon is the one that brings happiness it. Having grown up in a culturally rich atmosphere, the locals have a sense of appreciating art and are involved in the artwork.
Places to see – Castle Mandawa, Havelis in Mandawa, Murmuria Haveli, Harlalka Well, etc.
Mount Abu –
The only hill station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu is one of the most preferred destinations for tourists. Even though the weather is pleasant all throughout the year, the monsoon of Mount Abu has a distinctive charm. It’s Nakki Lake looks even more romantic in the monsoon season. The beauty-laden hill station is one of the perfect places to be in Rajasthan.
Places to see – Dilwara Jain Temples, Peace Park, Toad Rock, Sunset Point, and Nakki Lake.
Located in the foothills of the Swarnagiri Mountains, Jalore is a city of granite and grandeur. The Aravalli Ranges that fence the city become inviting in the monsoons. The enormous grey sky and leafy greenery of the hills provide an imposing background to the city. The whole city looks absolutely stunning, drenched in the rain when seen from the top of Jalore Fort.
Places to see – Topkhana, Sire Mandir, Sundha Mata Temple, Mosque of Malik Shah, etc.
Monsoon elevates the allure of the verdant forests and exquisite architecture manifold of the city of Alwar. Its cool and pleasant climate makes exotic flora and fauna come out of their habitat. One can spend your evening at a lake – your experience will be going to be mind-blowing in the city.
Places to see – Bala Qila, City Palace, Tomb of Fateh Jang, Bhangarh Fort, etc.
With these amazingly lined cities to visit during the monsoon, all you have to do is plan a date and try not to miss out on the monsoon of Rajasthan. These places will provide you with a visual treat to nature’s beauty.