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Gorgeous Rajasthan, a land of a rich royal heritage, fascinating folklore and a vibrant, colourful populous, continues to attract tons of visitors to the country every year. Rajasthan a state in the north-western region of India is shaded by the geographical wonders of the Aravalli Range, one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, as well as the mighty Thar Dessert, lending this vibrant state a flavour that is uniquely its own.
As far as honeymoon destinations in India go, Rajasthan is tough to beat when it comes to indulging in your very own time of royal style pampering and luxury, beautiful natural wonders and a lovely local hospitality. The major cities here all have their own unique characteristic for: Jaipur the capital of the state is called the ‘Pink City’ because of the structures bathed in this colour and Jodhpur known as the ‘Blue City’ because of its houses and rooftops painted in this colour!
Image Courtesy: Samode Palace Jaipur
The main attraction of Rajasthan that makes it so alluring for honeymooners is the stunning palaces and palace heritage hotels in the state like Rambagh Palace, Jal Mahal Palace and Raj Palace. Not to forget the stunning Lake Palace housed on its own island on the lovely Pichola Lake in the city of Udaipur! When you want unparalleled luxury in India and live a few days like a king and queen with your sweetheart, these palace hotels are touch to beat. They represent the gorgeous architecture and rich, regal history of the state seen also in the many smaller palaces, forts, havelis and more scattered all over Rajasthan. A lot of these hotels also offer great wedding and honeymoon package options for an exotic destination wedding and subsequent holiday.
If you are more the adventure honeymoon type there’s plenty to do here too. This big state is also home to the renowned Ranthambore Tiger Reserve and National Park, Sariska Tiger Reserve and the Desert National Sanctuary, among many other wildlife reserves and parks. You can also visit the ultra scenic Mount Abu hill station in the Aravallis replete with lush green forests, waterfalls, lakes and more. Another way to indulge in your taste for adventure is by visiting desert safaris!
Rajasthan is also a retail paradise for the stunning regional kind of jewelry, textiles, handicrafts and more. And of course your trip will be peppered with the lovely local folk arts, dance, culture and the cuisine. Romantic and luxurious, colourful and diverse, scenic and natural, what more could any honeymooner ask for!