Rajasthan is said to be the most Royal states in India. So, when here one needs to pick some exotic places to visit. Here are some less popular options to explore.
This place is a located in between Jaipur and Udaipur and this place has a manmade lake along with a Maharaja palace at the mountainside. This place was proudly independent even during the British rule in India and later it became a part of India after the country achieved its freedom. Bundi is said to be very famous for miniature paintings and the Bundi palace has an envious collection of them. The palace shows the exclusive Rajput architecture and it has a huge Elephant Gate at the front which was built in the year 1607. This city is also known as the city of the step well because it has more than 50 of them which are locally known as ‘baoris. These step wells were dated back in 550 AD and they were huge water tanks with multiple flights of stairs. This place was mostly used for bathing and cooking purposes and in summer it worked as reservoirs storing waters from the monsoon.
This one is located just at a distance of a few kilometers from Baroli and the fort located here is a proper outpost which is standing at a height of 200 feet just above the Chambal River which is full of crocodiles. This fort has later been transformed into a royal resort (portions of it) and one can enjoy a luxury stay there as well. The river here is almost 500 yards wide and it us 40 feet deep as well. One can also enjoy a peaceful walk through the village to get the rural essence there.
This place is situated in between Jodhpur and Udaipur and it is a very small village from where one can easily visit both Ranakpur and Kumbhalgarh. There is also a 17th-century hunting lodge there on a massive domed rock which is 350 feet high. This place was once favored by the Maharaja of Jodhpur. The place is adorned with a lot of Maharaja pictures and one can also arrange a royal stay there with candle lite dinners at the rooftops. There is also a Shiva Temple where lies a metal statue of Cobra in the altar.
Ranthambore National Park
It is the most famous national park not only in the state but in the country as well. It is spread over an area of 1334 square kilometres and one can get to see a lot of royal animals here. One can spot some tigers here as it is famous for that and ut can be a delight for those who are keen for wild lofe photography. Apart from tigers, one can also get to see some sloth bears, sambar and wild boars here. The best time to visit here though is in summer because one can spot tiger more then.
One can travel here by trains and for train food catering services are the best.