Winter is the most inviting season of Rajasthan when the state is splashed with the colors of its vibrant culture and festivity everywhere. During this season, the variation in the temperature allows its tourists to explore the the variety of attractions in the daytime and enjoy the chilling evening by the cosy fireplace. From the historical monuments of Jaipur to the charming lakes of Udaipur, from the silk smooth sand dunes of Khuri and Jaisalmer to the exotic wildlife of Ranthambore and Jawai Leopard Camp of Pali, this royal state has all kinds of sightseeing places to offer to its travellers, along with other recreational activities like swirling the sand dunes while trying the thrilling camel and jeep safaris, or following the melodious calls of the colorful creatures to get their delightful glimpses at the well stocked Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary.
To go beyond the regular listing of excursion, experience the culture life of the Bishnoi village of Jodhpur where the nature seems at its best especially during winters. Camping in the golden sand dunes relishing the cultural music and folk dances, and the sumptuous Rajasthani cuisine, is another out of this world experience one can indulge into on their visit to this stately state. And if the pocket allows, one can also spend a night or two in the royal luxury of many striking heritage palaces that have now been turned into fancy hotels.
There are many winter fairs and festivals celebrated in this region, that offers a peek into the regal traditions and sights of the cheerful village people. The famous among all the fairs and festivals are, the Pushkar Cattle Fair and Nagaur festival at Khimsar; the popular cattle trade fair. Then, the KumbhalGarh festival that brings all the conventional dancers and musicians under one roof, is also a worthwhile affair occurs during winters. Apart from the celebration, these festivals and fairs, and the cultural markets of the state itself come as a great delight for the shopaholics and counted amongst the must things to do on your visit to Rajasthan.