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Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi for an ideal weekend

Here is a list of Rajasthan tourist destinations nearby Delhi to experience a refreshing weekend that offer a fulfilling traveling experience.

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Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi- Sariska National Park

Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi- Sariska National Park

Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi-Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi-Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi-Hotel Castle Mandawa

Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi-Hotel Castle Mandawa

Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi-Jaipur Jal Mahal

Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi-Jaipur Jal Mahal

 Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi-  Karauli

Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi- Karauli

Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi- Pushkar

Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi-Pushkar

Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi- Ranthambore National Park

Rajasthan Tourist Destinations nearby Delhi- Ranthambore National Park

Weekends are often crucial for taking a break from the hectic schedule but spending those two days in a faraway land may give you a perfect getaway from your busy life.  However, planning a long trip is no longer needed to enjoy vacations. With Rajasthan having plenty of tourist spots nearby Delhi, all you need is just two days to go on a road trip and have an amazing time with your folks.

Here we are rendering a list of Rajasthan tourist destination nearby Delhi for an ideal escape into a new, refreshing world on your weekend.

Sariska National Park

Distance from New Delhi by road: 180 kms

For a short trip on a weekend, nothing can be as refreshing as indulging yourself around the natural landscapes inhabiting animals. The true essence of nature is revealed when you witness the beautiful creatures in their natural environment. Located in the Alwar district of Jaipur, the Sariska National Park is one of the most frequently visited places in the state.

The whole park is covered across an area of 800 square kilometers and is segregated into sections namely grasslands, deciduous forests, steep cliffs, and rocky mountains. The animals you can spot here include Sambhar, leopard, hyenas, boars, crocodiles, leopard, Indian tigers, and much more. There’s also a lake by the name Jai Samand that houses famous amphibians like water snakes.


Bharatpur

Distance from New Delhi by road: 185kms

Bharatpur is an abode to the beautiful bird sanctuary which is now named as Keoladeo National Park. It’s mentioned in the list of world heritage sites by UNESCO and hence a frequently visited tourist spot. If you are a bird lover, you should definitely check out the place for a large variety of migratory birds.

The dark green forests are home to more than 364 species of birds and during winters, the place looks even more pleasing when migratory birds pay a visit to the sanctuary. There are ducks, coots, geese, waders, pelicans, spoonbill, eagles, etc.


Mandawa

Distance from New Delhi by road: 240 kms

If you wish to spend your weekend in vintage style, this castle town located in Jhunjunu district of Rajasthan is a suitable getaway destination. The 19th-century fort has now been transformed into a hotel and features classic-style halls with all modern amenities.

The structural design has different themes for different wings. The entrance flaunts images of Lord Krishna and the cowherds. Besides, the walls of the rooms are decorated with elaborate paintings and mirror work. The terrace offers a panoramic view of the entire town.


Jaipur

Distance from New Delhi by road: 258 kms

If you wish to experience the true essence of Rajasthan, visiting the capital city Jaipur is highly recommended. It won’t take much time for a road trip and once you reach here, there are too many things to choose from. There are palaces, museums, forts, and everything that you can ask for.

The Rajasthani delicacy, art, textiles, handicrafts, and folk music offer a complete package to ensure an ideal stay in the city. The night view from Jal Mahal is just amazing and if you wish to experience a regal hospitality, Jaipur has plenty of heritage hotels that will impress you without a doubt.


•Samode Palace

Distance from New Delhi by road: 264 kms

Located in the Aravali ranges, Samode Palace is an old fortified residence of Nathwat family. It’s 40 kms away from Jaipur city and serves as an exemplary creation of Indo-Sarsanic architecture. The location of the palace combined with his magnificent architecture can be regarded as an ideal place for couples to spend quality time on a weekend.

It’s currently operating as a luxury hotel and flaunts spacious rooms, open courtyards, and airy balconies. It has a Durbar Hall decorated with crystal shining glass and minakari work. The intricate walls boast of elaborate marble work and the entire place gives a hint of the Victorian era.


Karauli

Distance from New Delhi by road: 304 kms

Karauli city is a fortified place that gives a vivid picture of the ancient art and architecture of India. It houses a large number of havelis, shrines, and designer chatris. The Mughal architectural style combining motifs with stonework present a Rajasthani elegance that is quite captivating.

The Bhanwar Vilas Palace houses an abundance of antique collections unveiling stories and lifestyle of the royal times. Besides, the City Palace built with white and off-white stones is a must visit. Most of the monuments in the city are constructed with pale red sandstone. Other tourist spots include Kalyanji temple, Madan Mohan Ji Temple, Kaila Devi Sanctuary, etc.


•Pushkar

Distance from New Delhi by road: 403 kms

Pushkar is a hub of temples and ghats in the Ajmer district of the state. It’s the only place where a temple for Lord Bramha exists. You can also go for camel safari or fire camping to witness the exquisite beauty of the deserts. The Pushkar Fair is a highly popular event that witnesses a large number of camels and there are loads of fun activities to indulge in. One may visit this place not only for the spiritual and holy connection but also for adventure activities and popular folk dance of the place.


•Ranthambore

Distance from New Delhi by road: 480 kms

If you are an animal lover, witnessing roaring tigers out in the open is something that you may not want to miss. It’s an ideal destination for an adventurous short trip and of course, the picturesque landscape is even more pleasing to watch. There are three lakes namely Raj Bagh, Padam Talab, and Maalik Talab housing abundant aquatic vegetation including duckweeds, and lilies.

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