offbeat places in rajasthan

Top 7 OffBeat Places In Rajasthan : Number 6 Is Awesome

If you love to travel to undiscovered places, you must visit these offbeat places in Rajasthan this year.

Rajasthan is one of the most beautiful states of India. It is one of the most visited states in India known for its culture and heritage. You will enjoy the traditional cuisines and the splendid culture of Rajasthan.

There are many places to see and enjoy the vivid culture of Rajasthan. Witness the landscapes you have always dreamt of, the heritage tours in the village to connect with the locals, and enjoy the mouth-watering delicacies of Rajasthan.

Top Offbeat Places In Rajasthan

Since winter season remains a bit longer in the hilly parts of the country, and summers are longer and not favorable for the travelers to explore the great plains of India comprising Rajasthan, Gujarat, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, and Southern parts of India.

So here are some excellent locations in Rajasthan, we have picked which you can explore this time. The list goes as follows:


Osian is situated at the beginning of the Great Thar Desert. Camel Safaris into the desert are conducted from here. Osian is also famous for its Hindu and Jain temples dating back from the 8th to the 11th centuries. Osian was once a thriving business center being a stopover on the silk route between Delhi and the Middle East.

You can enjoy a completely different experience of desert life out on a Safari and living under canvas. The guided tour will take you on an off the beaten track. We have meticulously designed itineraries to give you a offbeat blend of the countryside and the cities with their Forts and Palaces.

Have the chance of interacting and mingling directly with different tribes and locals. These are the hard and rugged people of Rajasthan braving the odds of the harsh desert with a smile, always happy to welcome guests to their homes. Make the Safari Camp your temporary home for those three days.


Today Rohet Garh has emerged as great patrons of their horse, the Marwari, the indigenous horse of the Thar desert! It is a bold and fearless horse endowed with sublime beauty, and an honest ‘never say die’ spirit, magnificent in confirmation and loyal unto death. In the annals of Rajput history, these horses are as famous as their masters, and their names have been forever immortalized.

● Village Safari: “Rohet Safari’s” showcases the best of the land, it is a complete cultural experience that encompasses all that this region has to offer. From the warm and hospitable people to the various customs and ceremonies and the abundant wildlife, guests have the rare privilege of being welcomed into people’s homes and interacting with them. They get to experience and understand a way of life that takes them closer to their roots.

● Royal Picnics: Royal Picnics are a great annex of the Rohet safaris. Be it in jeeps, on camel or horse, the Royal Picnics are grand recreation of a bygone era. In the sunny days waited upon by liveried attendants; large mattresses with bolsters and soft cushions spread next to a soothing water body invite you to kick up your feet, and a choice of cool beverages await your discretion.

Savor the regional delicacies served hot on tables with crisp linen, and a bottle of wine, and drifting into sweet slumber watching the pied kingfisher dive for his lunch just yards away from you! Be the guest at Rohet Garh or Rohet Wilderness Camp (Photo Gallery) in the coming weekends.

Kumbalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the popular tourist attractions of Ranakpur that catches the attention of the tourists. Covering an area of 586 square kilometers, the wildlife sanctuary possesses different species, including four-horned antelope, wild boar, sloth bear, panther, and many more.

You can explore Kumbalgarh Fort, Jain Temple Ranakpur, Ranakpur Dam, Haldi Ghati, and much more. Be the guest at Maharani Bagh.

Fateh Garh, Udaipur

You can do a lot of things while you are in Udaipur. The list of things you can do, and enjoy is endless but we have picked best for you which are:

● Vintage Cars at Fateh Garh: Fateh Garh houses a collection of vintage cars including an MG, Jaguar, Daimler, etc. The MG PA 1935 and Avon Special Sports 1932 were invited for the Cartier Concours d’Elegance Show held in Mumbai and Delhi.

● Visit the rural outback of Udaipur: Surrounding Fateh Garh, there are beautifully manicured fields tended by the inhabitants of the nearby villages with a population of around 3000 people. The rural experience is a rare opportunity to witness a near medieval lifestyle. The rural experience is possible in jeeps, horseback or walking.

● Baradari: The place serves the finest selections of Indian & local Rajasthani cuisine. Opens for lunch & Dinner. The specialty restaurant promotes more of the local cuisine with innovative fusion by the chef to highlight the romantic views of the surroundings.

● Sunset Terrace and Aviary: The Sunset Terrace at Fateh Garh is an ideal place for keen photographers to click pictures and enjoy the picturesque view of the countryside and fields adjoining Fateh Garh, we also have an Aviary which is an attraction for children and bird watchers.

● Star Gazing: Fatehgarh is an ideal location for guests to enjoy a session of stargazing, one can see the nebula of Orion, stars of Jupiter, the ring of Saturn, and other celestial objects.

● Hi-tea with Show Around: Fateh Garh is a heritage site of which guests like to appreciate the unique conservation of heritage building by shifting the whole structure to a new location. Witness the beautiful sunsets over the Aravalli ranges and the astonishing lights display of the Udaipur city, whilst enjoying sumptuous Hi-tea.

Stay at Fateh Garh while you are here and enjoy viewing the Architectural heritage of the fort.


This is an ideal place for people interested in flora and fauna, peace, and spiritualism as it takes you away from the cities. It allows you to explore in peace and tranquility. In the evenings, one can relax back at the lodge with a bonfire and enjoy the beautiful starlit nights.

Adjoining is the 10th Century Muchala Mahavir Jain Temple and the Garcia tribal holdings. Visit the crocodile dam after a twenty-minute trek where one can spot the oldest crocodile Bhima who will even pose for you, if in the mood.

The magnificent and the only unconquered Kumbhalgarh Fort is a 15km trek amidst the dense forest, a sumptuous lunch/tea can be organized en route or at the fort. The World famous Ranakpur Temples, the 17 Jain Temples are just 15 km away. A paradise for bird watchers and wildlife lovers. Some of the animals spotted in the Kumbhalgarh National Park are sloth bears, leopards, sambhar, wild boar, Jungle cat.

And also it’s where four-horned deer and wolves can also be seen. An ideal gateway from the hubbub of the cities to enjoy nature to its full extent. A place to meditate and reflect while sitting around the campfire under the most spectacular canopy of the starlit night. Nothing could be a better option to stay than the Magnificent Jungle Lodge.


Spreading from the barricades of the Castle, Bijaipur village reclines at the foot of Vindhyanchal Hills, surrounded by forests of Jacaranda. As old as the castle, the village remains a memorial to rural Indian life. The surrounding countryside unfolds into agricultural lands harvesting peanuts, mustard, corn, and poppy.

A buffalo cart trundles towards home, raising the evening dust. Stacks of hay and firewood perched on a rainbow of sari’s drift in and out of the haze, feet vanishing in the blur, as if the earth and the heavens were hugging each other very close. Standing atop the castle walls in the evening one can greet the smiling moon as the sun bids farewell over the blue rooftops. You can enjoy activities which you can’t find to do anywhere else:

● Jeep Safari: Pre-dinner drinks are served on the lawn or in the old courtyard. Count the stars as they come to join you one by one, twinkling in a sky unpolluted by city lights. Traditional Indian music and dancing fill the garden. The intoxicating scent of ‘Queen of the Night’ flowers soon replaces the alluring aroma of supper being served.

● Angling and Fly fishing: Fishing holidays are organized on special request. The lakes and rivers around Bijaipur are full of freshwater fish. The mighty ‘Mahseer’ has been a dominant habitat of the Chambal River flowing near Bijaipur. Other species of fish include the Snakehead Murrel, Goonch, Catla, Mrigal, Rohu, Singhada, Baam (Eel fish). We have our own set of hunting tents that are set up according to the chosen location. The camp also has full time catering with staff. A team of locals, an expert on fish, is available to help you with your expedition.

● Wildlife and Bird Watching: Encounter a kingfisher perching nearby as you sit on the grounds of the castle on a warm morning, and watch the bright green parakeets for some hours. Dawn and dusk bird-watching treks are available for enthusiasts. More than 130 listed species of birds are waiting for the expert eyes.

● Horse Ride: When you sit onto the back of a horse, both you and the horse disappear, and in its stead is a magical creature whose feet have a mind of their own, leaving the head free to soak up all the world has to offer. The beautiful Marwari horses at Bijaipur Castle show the countryside through unique curved ears. These gentle and spirited horses are suitable for beginners and experienced riders.

● Trekking, Nature trails, and cycling: The terrain in Rajasthan is ever-changing, providing a new India every few kilometers. Whatever your chosen mode of transport, you can be assured of a fascinating experience in a wealth of wildlife and scenery.

Stay at Castle Bijaipur or Pangarh Lake Retreat and double the fun of your visiting Bijaipur.


A fortified outpost of the kingdom of Mewar that included Chittorgarh and Udaipur, Bhainsrorgarh is located 235 kilometers northeast of Udaipur and 50 kilometers south of Kota and has a remarkable history. Built by Rawat Lal Singh (second son of Rawat Kesri Singh of Slumber), Bhainsrorgarh was granted as a jagir (fiefdom) by Maharana Jagat Singh II of Mewar in 1741 A.D.

Little wonder, Bhainsrorgarh has been rated as the Best Heritage Hotel in India by Tatler Travel Guide, UK. (2008, 2009). Bhainsrorgarh held great importance to the Chundawat clan of Sisodia Rajputs, as it was granted to Rao Chunda after he renounced the Mewar throne for his yet to be born younger brother.

As the eldest son of Rana Lakha, then ruler of Mewar, Chunda Ji was the heir apparent to the throne of Chittor. The Chief of Bhainsrorgarh was counted among the 16 first-class nobles of Mewar and was conferred the title of ”Rawat” by Maharana of Mewar.


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