Best Places to visit in Rajasthan During Monsoon

Rajasthan, often referred to as India's most colorful state, is renowned for its historic forts, palaces, and vibrant culture.

Known as the City of Lakes, Udaipur becomes even more enchanting during the monsoon.

1. Udaipur

Rajasthan's only hill station, Mount Abu, is enveloped in clouds during the monsoon, providing a cool and refreshing escape.

2. Mount Abu

Jaipur's historic sites like Amer Fort, City Palace, and Jal Mahal become even more enchanting with monsoon showers, refreshing the city's rich heritage.

3. Jaipur

During the monsoon, Jawai Dam flourishes with greenery. It's a haven for bird watchers and photographers, known for its wildlife sanctuary and diverse flora and fauna.

4. Jawai Dam

In Bharatpur, this park is renowned for its monsoon bird migration, making it ideal for nature enthusiasts to see diverse bird species in their natural habitat.

5. Keoladeo National Park

This small town's forts, stepwells, and palaces, like Taragarh Fort and Bundi Palace, look magnificent during the monsoon, offering lush panoramic views.

6. Bundi

Monsoon turns Ranthambore lush. While the core closes, peripheral zones stay open for wildlife spotting, and Ranthambore Fort offers scenic views.

7. Ranthambore National Park

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