If you ever decide to take a trip to Rajasthan it won’t be possible to make a list of all tourist destinations because chances are you will miss out on most of the places. In other words, there is much more to Rajasthan tourism than the places that are talked about most. There are certain places which are lesser known and hence lesser explored but are equally worthy of your attention.
In order to enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience on your Rajasthan tour, here are 5 lesser-known places of Rajasthan that deserve the attention of tourists as much as the popular tourist spots.
Jawai is a small village located in the Pali district of Rajasthan where you will find the popular Jawai dam. Very few people know that there is a Jawai Leopard camp in the midst of the desert landscape that offers an adventurous experience for the guests. From birdwatching to spotting leopards in the jungles, there are various amazing activities that you can indulge in.
Located 100 kms north-east of Jaipur is a village named Ajabbgarh which is quite a beauty to look at. The presence of the Aravali range and the greenery of the jungles make it an ideal spot for luxury accommodations. Amangarh is one of the many resorts of the state which is relatively lesser known and hence gives you a secluded space in the midst of a picturesque setup.
Sapotra is a small Tehsil that lies in the Karauli district of Rajasthan which is yet another unknown spot for many. While places like Ranthambore Tiger Reserve and Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary are well known among nature lovers, not many know about the adventurous treasures of Ramathra Fort Resort.
The resort is owned and operated by Thakur Brijendra Pal and his descendants belonging to the Kingdom of Karauli. If you are looking to take a trip for a day or two, don’t forget to consider this beautiful Ramathra Fort Resort in the midst of nature.
An amazing Rajasthan tour wouldn’t be complete if you don’t encounter the roots of the rural lives closely. There are no humungous palaces or castles but Rawla Narlai will give you the fun of staying in a quaint village and the joys of looking at the amazing nature. From a horse ride at the countryside to a candlelight dinner at the step well, there’s a lot more than you could expect.
Osian is a small town located in Jodhpur district that used to be a major trading center of silk between from the 8th to the 12th century. With 16 magnificent temples built all over the city, this village will get you another reason to explore Rajasthan’s hidden gems. If you are fond of intricate designs and detailed craftsmanship, Osian is the place for you.