May is the best month for a tour in Rajasthan. The weather of Rajasthan in this month is more welcoming. This time of the year is best if you are a travel lover or traveler who loves to discover destination and just don’t want to confine in the luxury and comforts of any resort or a hotel. This time is amazing because it is a time when the natives just making life a celebration and show to the world why Rajasthan is called the ‘land of colors’and shows royality of Rajasthan. In each of the festivals of Rajasthan there is something special to see.
Top 10 Places to Visit in Rajasthan in May - Rajasthan Tourism
1. Mount Abu: - In the whole state of Rajasthan, Mount Abu is the only hill station. It is a best place for chilling with your buddies. Highest point of Mount Abu is Guru Sikhar. Every year lots of Indian and also foreigners visit here. It shows the distinctive blend of the flavors of Rajasthan. It is one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan in May.
2. Bundi: - Bundi is very popular for its lakes, rustic charm, and temples. Best places to visit in Bundi is Taragarh Fort, Garh Palace, Raniji Ki Baori, Step Wells, Jait Sagar Lake, Nawal Sagar, etc. It is one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan in May.
3. Pushkar: - Pushkar is holy pilgrimage site for Hindus in Rajasthan. There are 52 ghats, and 400 temples in Pushkar, which is the best place for your vacations. The main point of attractions to visit in Pushkar is Pushkar Lake, Brahma Temple, and Savitri Temple. It is one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan in May.
4. Sawai Madhopur: - Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh found this city in 1763. This city is very popular due to Ranthambore National Park, it is a home of inhabiting tigers. Ranthambore National Park is one of the main tourist attraction in Rajasthan. It is one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan in May.
5. Bharatpur: - Bharatpur is one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan in month of May. Main tourist attractions to visit in Bharatpur are a Keoladeo National park, Bankebihari temple, Government Museum, Keoladeo Shiva temple, Laxman temple, Lohagarh temple, etc.
6. Keoladeo National Park: - It is also known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and also attracts lots of visitors every year in winter. It is a World Heritage Site and a delight for bird-lovers & bird photography. It is best place to visit in Rajasthan in month of May.
7. Bishnoi & Pali: - Bishnoi and Pali is very popular in Rajasthan from few decades and also the best places to visit in Rajasthan in May. It is the best place who loves rural tourism and wants to experience traditional village life. Rajasthan also promotes village safari in villages.
8. Udaipur: - Udaipur, the city of Lakes, is amazing landscape with beautiful lakes is very popular places to visit in Rajasthan in May. The main point of attraction to visit in Udaipur is Lake Palace, Saheliyon ki Bari, City Palace, Bagore ki Haveli, and Lake Pichola.
9. Mewar: - Mewar is best place to visit in Rajasthan during winter. At that time a cultural festival is conducted in Kumbhalgarh fort and lots of artists come from various parts of state to show their talent of art.
10. Chittorgarh: - Chittorgarh is one of the most ancient city in Indian history. This city was founded by Maurya dynasty in 734 AD. This city is also the birth place of historical figures i.e. Maharana Pratap and Meera Bai. It is also one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan in May. Main point of attraction in Chittorgarh is Rana Kumbha’s palace, Chittorgarh fort, Fateh Prakash Palace, Kumbhaswamini temple, Rani Padmini’s palace, Vijay Stambha, Kalika Mata temple, etc.
Places To Visit In Rajasthan Month Wise
Fairs and Festivals of Rajasthan In May
Mahakumbh Mela: - Kumbha is the largest gathering of people for a religious purpose in the whole world. Lots of people gather in various places for this auspicious occasion. Kumbha is a Sanskrit world for a pitcher, it is also referred as Kalasha. This fair is celebrated four times in 12 months. It is celebrated at Haridwar on the Ganges river, at Ujjain on the Shipra, at Nasik on the Godavari, and at Allahabad on the confluence of the Ganges, Yamuna and the mythical river Sarasvati.