A Summer Vacation in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is a land of immense historical and cultural significance. The state, located in the western part of India, is well-known for its grand palaces, opulent temples, and beautiful lakes. Its regal ambience beautified by exquisite architecture entices travellers to pay a visit to this majestic landmark.

There are many places to visit in summer in Rajasthan. So if you are planning an eye-opening experience during the summer months, make sure to explore the ethereal state and its many alluring cities!

people enjoying a camel ride at a desert
Horses passing by Hawa Mahal, one of the best places to visit in summer in Rajasthan


Glorified as the Pink City, Jaipur is located in the northwest region of India. It is one of India's most popular tourist destinations, preserving a rich cultural heritage and historical evidence. Some of the top attractions in Jaipur include Amber Fort, City Palace, Hawa Mahal, and Jantar Mantar. In addition to sightseeing, Jaipur is also a great place to participate in outdoor activities like hiking, bicycle rides and camel riding. There are plenty of parks and gardens to explore as well, like Kanak Vrindavan Garden, Ram Niwas Garden and Sisodia Rani Garden to name a few.


Located in northwest India, Udaipur is known as the “Venice of the East” due to its pristine lakes and architectural brilliance. It is one of the most romantic cities in India, making it ideal for couples or those looking for a peaceful getaway. Udaipur is home to some of the most famous tourist places, such as City Palace, Lake Pichola, and Jagdish Temple.

If you are looking for a place to stay in Udaipur this summer, consider The Ananta Udaipur. The hotel has a pool that offers excellent views of the surroundings, and a wellness spa where you can treat yourself to a therapeutic session of relaxation.

A boat taking passengers to a palace that is floating on a river


Pushkar is a small town in the state of Rajasthan in India. It's located near the city of Ajmer and is one of the most popular tourist destinations. The town is situated on the banks of Pushkar Lake. It is known for its temples, which include the only Brahma Temple, which is one of the oldest temples in India. Pushkar also hosts one of the largest annual cattle fairs in the country. The town's narrow streets are filled with colourful stalls selling miscellaneous items, from clothes and jewellery to food and souvenirs.

If you are looking for a restful sojourn at one of the best hotels in Pushkar, visit Ananta Spa and Resort. The hotel is situated close to the holy city of Pushkar, making it an ideal spot for tourists looking to experience both the spiritual and natural beauty of India.


Ranthambore, celebrated for its rich wildlife and national parks, is one of the most alluring places to visit for nature lovers. It homes one of India's largest and most famous national parks, which is the protected habitat of various animals, including tigers, leopards, deers, and monkeys. The park offers incredible opportunities for spotting exotic flora and fauna. Apart from its phenomenal national park, the city is also popular for its temples and other historical sites, like Ranthambore Fort, Trinetra Ganesha Temple and Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum of Natural History.

On your visit to Ranthambore, make sure to book a well-appointed room at the premium hotel in the city, The Baagh Ananta Elite.

Tiger resting in Ranthambore National Park
a spotted deer at Ranthambore National Park


Salasar is a small town in the Churu district of Rajasthan, India. It is known for the iconic Salasar Balaji Temple, a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The city sees a large number of pilgrims during the summer months, making it one of the most travelled tourist places in Rajasthan in summer. Salasar Balaji Temple is over 1,000 years old and is one of the most prominent temples dedicated to Lord Hanuman in India. The temple is visited by millions of pilgrims each year. Apart from the temple, Salasar is also famous for its forts - Churu Fort and Ratangarh Fort.