Udaipur & Rajasthan Latest Travel Update
What is special about Udaipur?
Udaipur, a city of emerald lakes surrounded by the lush hills of the Aravallis. An enchanting imagination in white drenched in romance and beauty. A fascinating blend of sights, sound, and experiences and inspiration for the imagination of poets, painters, and writers. Its kaleidoscope of fairy-tale palaces, lakes, temples, gardens and narrow lanes strewn with stalls carry the flavor of a heroic past, epitomizing valor and chivalry.
What are sightseeing Places in Udaipur, Rajasthan?
However, there are many places in Udaipur to visit, and you must need at least two days in hand for visiting Udaipur sightseeing places. There are many places to see and explore. can illustrate some of them.
The City Palace, Udaipur
The largest palace of Rajasthan is an excellent example of Rajasthani architecture, and its exquisite quality makes it a must on every visitor’s itinerary. The three mahals – Baari, Dilkush and Moti, the Suraj Gokhada of the Sun Balcony, the Mor Chowk Known for its beautiful peacock Mosaics; the shrine of Dhuni Mata, and the Museum of Rana Pratap are the highlights of this complex.
Saheliyon Ki Bari Udaipur
The enchanting beautiful garden with extensive lawns and shady walks. Its well-laid lawns show a fascinating variety of began villa, and five fountains release showers in tune with their titles, namely, ‘Welcome’; ‘Raining Cats and Dogs’; ‘Rains in Midnight,’ ‘Rains without Clouds’; ‘Gentle Shower in Mid Day.
‘Shilpgram ‘or the Craftsmen’s Village is an exotic place to review India’s varied crafts, arts, and culture. The fascinating terracotta work done in dark red and dark brown sand materials and the wooden carvings in the area of expertise of this ethnic euphoria. Shilpgram has 26 huts placed across 70 acres of natural background at the foot of the Aravali Hills.
Recent travel Update about Udaipur
It is good to see those Good days are back for the most affected sector in the state after COVID – tourism. A maximum number of tourists visited Udaipur in December 2021 in the last three months. This historical figure has been recorded after years when 1.60 Lakh tourists visited Udaipur in a month.
In 2020, people did not leave their homes during COVID, and only 54,700 tourists came to Udaipur in November 2020 due to fear of Covid new variant. Wall Street Journal and National Geographic cited Udaipur as one of the eight places in the world worth visiting and that is one of the reasons behind the increase in footfall.
How to plan for your trip to Udaipur – A step by step guide, here are the tips !
- Get yourself vaccinated to avoid any risks.
- Book your tickets to Udaipur Airport/Udaipur Railway station.
- The partially vaccinated or below 18 years of age needs to carry the negative RT-PCR test report.
- You could start looking for tour operators online to book a package for Udaipur. There are plenty of Udaipur Rajasthan tour packages at our website you or you can enquire directly with us to book your trip.
- Get necessary items and return tickets with you.
- Enjoy the city of lakes and share your comments with us.
Quick Facts about Udaipur
Best Seasons : September – March.
Area : 37 sq km.
Climate : Max Min
Summer : 38.3 deg C. 28.8 deg C.
Winter : 28.3 deg C. 11.6 deg C.
Languages : Mewari, Hindi, English.
Excursion : Eklingi, Nathwada, Deogarh and Kumbhalgarh.
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