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Chittorgarh Fort

Chittorgarh Fort is one of the most important places to visit in Chittorgarh. This historical fort is the pride of the Rajasthani town as it stands imposingly upon the top of a hill, looking down protectively over the city. Nearly all of Chittorgarh’s attractions are housed inside the fort. 

The Chittorgarh Fort is a massive structure which was first built in the 7th century and covers an area of approximately 700 acres. There are several grand sights to be seen inside the fort itself apart from the commanding views that can be seen of the environs of Chittorgarh.

The fort, which is also known as Water Fort, contained 84 water bodies inside its grounds, of which 22 exist today. The Vijay Stambh, Kirti Stambh, Rana Kumbha Palace, Meera mandir and other consequential structures are also housed inside the formidable fort. 

Timings: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Price: Rs. 10 for Indians; Rs. 100 for foreigners 
Location: Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001

Bala Quila Fort

Also known as the Alwar Fort, the BalaQuila Fort is one of the most historic destinations in Alwar, and is one of the tourist attractions in Alwar that should not be missed when you are in the Rajasthani city. Extending over an area of 5 kilometres, the fort stands stern and forbidding at a height of 1000 feet with 15 large and 51 small towers and 446 openings for musketry.

It was first built by Hasan Khan Mewati in 1550, but has since seen various dynasties rule over it as Alwar passed into the hands of Khanzadas, Mughals, Pathans and Jats. The fort still stands as imposing as ever, and is a great place to visit during an evening in the city. 

Timings: 10 am to 5 pm 
Location: Bala Quila   Rd, Near Nikumbha Mahal Palace, Alwar, Rajasthan 301001

Bhangarh fort

If you are looking for some thrills in Alwar, visiting its “most haunted place” is the best way to fulfil the desire. Bhangarh Fort, on the border of the Sariska Tiger Reserve, has long held its spooky reputation. Though it is a well-preserved fort, the ‘supernatural’ occurrences that seem to occur within its premises tend to ward off many people.

If you are eager to explore Alwar in all its facets, haunted and otherwise, a visit to this fort is a must. Do it while the light lasts, since ghosts are said to hang out here at night. Though spooky, Bhangarh Fort is one of the best places to visit in Alwar for some unique memories.  

Timings: 6 am to 6 pm
Location: Gola ka baas, Rajgarh Tehsil, Alwar, Bhangarh, Rajasthan 301410

Tower of Fame (Kirti Stambh)

The Kirti Stambha is a one of the lovely tourist attractions of Chittorgarh. Housed inside the massive Chittorgarh Fort, this 12th century tower stands as a monument to Adinathji, the 1st Jain Teerthankar.

It is decorated with the naked figures of the Digambars, and reflects the cultural beliefs of the Digambars comprehensively. There are seven storeys in the tower, and a narrow and steep staircase leads to the top from where views of the Chittorgarh environs can be taken in. 

Timings: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Price: You only need to pay the entry price for the fort 
Location: Chittorgarh Fort Village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001

The Palace Museum

The Palace Museum, also known as the Government Museum, is a worthwhile place to visit when in the city. There is a wonderful range of artefacts that are displayed in the museum that speak of the history of Rajasthan, and of Alwar in particular.

The entire collection of the museum comes from the Royal families reserves and consists of 234 sculptures, 11 inscriptions, 9702 coins, 35 metal objects, 2565 paintings & manuscripts, 2270 arms & weapons and 1809 objects of local art, crafts and musical instruments. Spending a couple of hours in the museum is a good way to initiate yourself into the history of Alwar and take back memories of its unique culture and tradition. 

Timings:10 am to 5 pm
Location: City Palace, Alwar, India

Vijay Stambha (Victory tower)

The Vijay Stambha stands tall and mighty in the premises of the Chittorgarh Fort. Built in 1440 AD by Maharana Kumbha to commemorate his victory over Mohamed Khilji, this 9-storyed tower is adorned by sculptures of Hindu deities around and reflects the historical traditions of its age quite successfully.

The view from the top of the structure is breathtaking- there are steep steps that lead to the top of the tower, from where the whole town is revealed in all its glory. 

Timings: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Price: You only need to pay the entry price for the fort 
Location: Chittorgarh Fort Village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001

Siliserh Lake Palace

Siliserh Lake Palace is an erstwhile royal palace and hunting lodge located on the banks of the Siliserh Lake that has now been converted into a heritage hotel which is run by RTDC. The hotel makes for a perfect dropback to a romantic holiday because of the beauty of its exteriors and the simple elegance of its interiors.

The lake is perfect for fishing, sailing and boating. It is also a wonderful budget option for those who wish to enjoy luxury but do not wish to burn a hole in their pocket for the experience. The in-house restaurant offers a great range of Indian and Continental cuisines that are soul-satisfying and filling. 

Price: 2000- 3000 INR/ 50- 80 USD per night approx.
Location:Siliserh Circle, Alwar 301001, India

Padmini's Palace

Loacted inside the Chittorgarh Fort, the Padmani Palace has a unique history attached to it making it one of the must-visit attractions in Chittorgarh fort. This palace was the reason for the battle betweenAla-ud-din Khilji and Rana Ratan Singh. Padmini Palace was the very legendary palace from where Ala-ud-din Khilji was permitted to obtain a glimpse of Padmini in a mirror placed in the main hall.

Allured by her beauty, Ala-ud-din Khilji fought a fierce battle with Rana Ratan Singh, husband of Rani Padmini. A visit to this palace gives one an insight not only into the history of Chittorgarh but also into human passions. The palace overlooks a lovely pool, and the views from inside are delightful.
Timings: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Price: You only need to pay the entry price for the fort 
Location: Chittorgarh Fort Village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001

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Traveller Tales from Rajasthan


Ankit Jain

26 February 2019

"It was a wonderful experience for the day. Driver was quite polite and took us to all the places mentioned in the tour guide. Even the tour organiser was quite helpful in arranging the cab as it was a...

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Ajay Aj

04 January 2019

"Desert camping in Jaisalmer remains highlights of your memories ????\nNice Food, Places, Scenic place..\n"

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Suvarna Saksena

03 January 2019

Really nice experience, we were treated really well. Any inconvenience was taken care immediately. The trekking was the best part of the trip. Guides have ample knowledge and took good care of us.

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28 August 2019

Been there for a day outing, took sightseeing package from Thrillophilia paying 1500 for 2 people, We got a polite driver named Mukesh through Thrillophilia. Overall happy with the service

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Diksha Singh

22 January 2019

I took this trip along with my two friends and we had a wonderful experience there. We had an awesome stay in the Swiss Tent where all the required facilities are available or if not on asking they pro...

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Pooja Singh

08 March 2019

"Best experience with friends, definitely say yes to this place. This place is quite far and also in the middle of the desert that makes this place even more better. The cultural program was amazing an...

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Bidyut Bikash Neog

16 February 2019

We were picked up in a swift dzire from Pithla Haveli where we stayed. After reaching the desert we did our Jeep Safari (which was not included in our package though) then we did our camel safari. Both...

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27 August 2019

Booked sightseeing package for 1500 bucks for 2. The trip was amazing , the driver was so polite and he also has guided us about the few places. The service of Thrillophilia is amazing, highly recommen

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20 September 2019

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What You Should Know More About Rajasthan

  • Q. What will you like in Rajasthan:

    • Camping experience in Rajasthan: Experience adventure beyond words in the state of Rajasthan. Lie below the clear contemporary skies and stay among the tented camps that are typically surrounded by gorgeous golden deserts.  You would have travelled to another world as this is one of those must-do things in Rajasthan.

    • Shopping spree through the local streets of Rajasthan: This princely state will not fail to surprise you. Understand the true and cultural heritage of Rajasthan by travelling through the local streets of the state and shop for all kinds of products.

    • Relax by the quite lakes of Rajasthan: Tired after a long day of exploring and travelling through Rajasthan? Understandable. Spend an evening by the quite, scenic lakes of Rajasthan. Enjoy the huge gardens filled with blossoming flowers and relax as cool breeze kisses your cheeks.

    • Enjoy the fairs and festivals typical to this princely state: Don’t forget to explore the traditional side of this historic state. Filled with vibrant colours and displays of artefacts, folk songs and dances – there are numerous festivals that take place all year. Have the lip-smackingly good delicacies of the place. Some of the festivals include The Camel Fair, Kite Festival, Mewar Festival, Desert Festival and Pushkar Fair among others.

  • Q. Recommended reads for destination

    Government website: 

    Rajasthan Govt. Tourism

    Books to read on Rajasthan: 

    A history of Rajasthan, Museums of Rajasthan, Rebels in Rajasthan

  • Q. What is the best time to visit Rajasthan?

    Winter would be an ideal time to visit Rajasthan, from the months of November to February. The summers can get really hot with temperatures soaring up till 45 degrees. The only place that might provide a suitable climate during the summer is Mount Abu, all other places will have a scorching weather. During the monsoons (July till September), the land is fairly wet and the best place to visit would be Udaipur, as the monsoon rains fill up several lakes in the city adding to its beauty. Though the weather is said to be extremely cold during the winters, cities like Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner and Jaipur are frequently visited and are popular among tourists.


    Thus, the place of choice is very important with regards to the season when visiting Rajasthan.

  • Q. How to reach Rajasthan?

    There are various ways through which you can reach Rajasthan. The most popular modes are:


    • Airplane – both domestic and international flights can fly in at the Jaipur International Airport.
    • Train – You could catch a train from Delhi to various cities in Rajasthan like Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. Delhi is only 288 km by rail.
    • Bus – You could take a bus from Delhi to various cities in Rajasthan like Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. Delhi is only 268 km by road and takes about 8.5 hours to get there.

  • Q. Which are the best places to visit in Rajasthan?

    This northern state is a great way to throwback to the kingdom's history as it hosts various palaces and forts dated way back. It is also the largest state in the republic of India, rich in arts and architecture. The best places to visit in Rajasthan are:


    • Amer Fort in Jaipur -: Explore Jaipur
    • Lake Palace in Udaipur
    • Pink City Baazars in Jaipur
    • Lake Pichola in Udaipur
    • Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur
    • Jaisalmer Fort in Jaisalmer
    • Sam Sand Dunes in Jaisalmer
    • Junagarh Fort in Bikaner
    • Ranthambore National Park in Sawai Madhopur

  • Q. What things can I do in Rajasthan?

    Although Rajasthan is a truly royal state, there is much more one can do there other than just visiting historical sites. Here is a list of things you can do and where to try them during your visit to Rajasthan:


    • Zip lining from one fort to another – Neemrana Fort, Mehrangarh Fort.
    • Wildlife Safari – Rathambore Park, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary.
    • Hot Air balloon – Rathambore, Pushkar or Jaipur.
    • Dessert Camping
    • Witness the vintage car rally- best in Jaipur, great for car lovers.
    • Trekking – Alwar, Mount Abu

  • Q. Which are some best resorts to stay in Rajasthan?

    There are various beautiful resorts to stay at during your trip to Rajasthan. Many of these resorts are designed in Rajputana style with glorious views and thrives in culture. Some of the best resorts to stay over here are:


    • Mihir Garh, Jodhpur
    • Ramathra Fort, Sapotra
    • Deogarh Mahal, Udaipur
    • Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur
    • Samode Palace, Jaipur
    • Dadhikar Fort, Alwar
    • Gajner Palace, Bikaner
    • Lallgarh Palace, Bikaner
    • The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur
    • Suryagarh Haveli, Jaisalmer

  • Q. Which are the best places to experience local cuisine in Rajasthan?

    Rajasthani cuisine is influenced by the war lifestyle and thus mainly consists of food that could last several days and can be eaten without heating or made without much. The food is thus made from the staple ingredients found in the region. They use a lot of ghee in their food and some popular dishes of the region are Dal Baati Churma, pyazz kachori, gate ki sabzi and papad ki sabzi. Some good places to experience the local cuisine are:


    • Spice court restaurant in Jaipur – to try: laal maas
    • Natraj in Jaipur – to try: thali meals
    • Rawat Mishtan Bhandar – to try: onion and dal kachories
    • Laxmi Mishtan Bhandar sweet shop – to try: Ghevar

  • Q. What are the best public transport modes to commute around Rajasthan?

    Rajasthan has many choices when it comes to public modes to commute around the place. Some of them are:


    • Taxis- available in most cities and towns. Usually runs by meters.
    • Cycle Rickshaws – most convenient to cover short distances. Very cheap.
    • Auto Rickshaws
    • Tonga – horse driven carriages available in small towns.
    • Buses – available for inter-state and intra-state travels.
    • Bicycle – can be rented to explore the place by your own.

  • Q. What are the best places of shopping in Rajasthan?

    Well known for the state’s arts and crafts, Rajasthan is a great place to buy traditional pieces such as hand woven sarees, ethnic jewellery and pottery work. Some of the best places for shopping in the region are:


    • Jaipur – for jewellery, gems, kundan work, minakari work, tie-dye fabrics, hand block printed textiles, etc.
    • Bikaner – for crafts made from animal skin like camel and sheep. Chairs, rugs, belts, bags, etc.
    • Jodhpur – for ethnic clothes, handicrafts and carved furniture.
    • Udaipur – folk toys, bandini textile, bead and mirror works, puppets, woodencrafts, etc.
    • Pushkar – leather goods, miniature pottery, brass utensils.

  • Q. Which are the famous forts and palaces in Rajasthan?

    Rajasthan is a state filled with beautiful architecture everywhere. No doubt it has numerous ancient buildings and structures to admire and explore. Some of the famous forts and palaces in Rajasthan are:


    • Lake Palace, Udaipur
    • Udai Vilas Palace, Udaipur
    • City Palace, Udaipur
    • Deogarh Mahal, near Udaipur
    • Amber Palace, Jaipur
    • Hawa Mahal, Jaipur
    • Jai Mahal Palace, Jaipur
    • Neemrana fort palace, Alwar
    • Bundi Palace, Bundi
    • Lalgarh Palace, Bikaner
    • Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur
    • Fateh Prakash Palace, Chittorgarh
    • Devi Garh Palace, Delwara
    • Jag Mandir Palace, Udaipur

  • Q. Which are some of the best destinations for a honeymoon in Rajasthan?

    If you thought Rajasthan is all about just history and architecture, you are wrong. The beautiful state has some of the most romantic destinations with rich historical background to it making it perfect for a honeymoon. Some of the best destinations are:


    • Jodhpur – for a unique honeymoon amongst the golden sands of the city.
    • Udaipur – the tranquil lakes and marble palaces sets the mood for a romantic holiday.
    • Jaisalmer – Forts, palaces and lakes make it a great place to explore for couples.
    • Ranthambore – this is for more adventurous couples, stay amongst the wildlife.
    • Jaipur – The Pink City, undoubtedly one of the best places for honeymoon due to the magnificent sunsets, folk music and places to stay.

  • Q. Which are famous Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks of Rajasthan?

    The wildlife sanctuaries and national parks of Rajasthan are home to some of the most critically endangered species. Some of the famous ones are:


    • Ranthambore National Park – Sawai Madhopur
    • Sariska National Park – Alwar
    • Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary – Bharatpur
    • Desert National Sanctuary, Jaisalmer
    • Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary- Kumbhalgarh
    • Darrah Sanctuary – Kota
    • Mount Abu Sanctuary – Mount Abu
    • Sita Mata Sanctuary - Pratapgarh

  • Q. Which are some famous fairs and festivals in Rajasthan?

    Rajasthan being rich in culture and heritage, hosts some enthralling fairs and festivals throughout the year. Some of the famous ones are:


    • Rajasthan International Folk festival, Jodhpur – celebrated during Sharad Purnima.
    • Desert Festival, Jaisalmer – celebrates the delights of the desert in the month of February.
    • Pushkar Fair, Pushkar – livestock fair for camel trades, art, music and a lot more.
    • Teej Festival, Jaipur – during monsoon season, perfect for honeymoon as the festival tries to display the love of the wife for her husband.

  • Q. Which places are good for desert camping in Rajasthan?

    Rajasthan is known to be home to a stretch of deserts in the region. Many of these deserts host camping options for a unique experience. Some places good for camping in Rajasthan are:


    • Jaisalmer, The Serai
    • Rajputana desert camp
    • Winds desert camp – Jaisalmer
    • Jaisalmer desert safari camp
    • Lakhmana desert camp, Jaisalmer
    • Joggan Jaisalmer Camp

  • Q. Where can I go for desert safari in Rajasthan?

    Rajasthan has a plethora of options when it comes to desert safaris given its long stretches of deserts. Some places where they offer great desert safari tours are:  


    • Sam desert in Jaisalmer
    • Khur desert in Jaisalmer
    • Osiyan desert in Jodhpur
    • Camel safari in Thar Desert, Jodhpur
    • Rajputana desert

  • Q. Which are some palacian stays in Rajasthan?

    Rajasthan is definitely known for the numerous palaces in the state. There are some exclusive palaces that do offer stay options and what can make your holiday even better than staying and treated like royals. Some Palacian stay options in Rajasthan are:


    • The Ranvas, Nagaur
    • Mihir Garh House, near Jodhpur
    • Lakshman Sagar, Pali, Jodhpur
    • Thar Vilas, Jaisalmer
    • Raas Devigarh, Udaipur
    • The water house resort
    • Oasis in the Desert, Jodhpur
    • Citadel in the Thar, Jaisalmer

  • Q. Where can I get a chance to experience hot air balloon ride in Rajasthan?

    Imagine flying over the glorious cities of palaces, lakes and sand dunes and witnessing this beauty from straight above at a 360 degree view. Rajasthan does have hot air balloon options to give you this experience:


    • Hot Air Ballooning in Jaipur: 3 hours, INR 9000 per person.
    • Pushkar Hot Air Balloon Festival: 1 hour, INR 12,000 per person.
    • Hot air ballooning at Ranthambore: 3 hours, INR 12,000 per person.
    • Hot air ballooning at Neemrana: 3 hours, INR 12, 000 per person.

  • Q. Which are the best cycling tours in Rajasthan?

    With beautiful buildings and structures all over the place, Rajasthan must be explored by foot or bicycle at least for a day. To make this experience worthwhile, there are various cycling tours that you can join in Rajasthan. Some of them are:


    • Rajasthan Cycling Tours - Udaipur
    • Le Tour De India – Jaipur
    • Lets trip cycle tours – Udaipur
    • Art of bicycle trips – Udaipur

  • Q. Which places are good for a bike trip in Rajasthan?

    Rajasthan has beautiful views to offer while travelling from one place to another and this can best be enjoyed by going on a bike trip. Some good places to take a bike trip in Rajasthan are:


    • Ajmer
    • Barmer
    • Jaisalmer
    • Jaipur
    • Udaipur
    • Pushkar

  • Q. How is the experience of travelling in luxury trains in Rajasthan? Which are the different luxury trains and what is cost of travelling?

    Rajasthan has a couple of luxury trains that will take along the beautiful scenic views from one place to another. These luxury journeys are quite expensive but definitely worth it. You can choose from cabins to rooms to suites and the services provided by the staff are outstanding. The experience is truly luxury on the go. Some of the popular luxury trains in Rajasthan are:


    • The Palace of wheels -  USD 865 per person/per night or INR 56116
    • Maharajs’ Express – USD 5980 for 8 days and 7 nights or INR 387952 (deluxe cabin)
    • Royal Rajasthan on Wheels – different tariffs for foreigners and Indians, USD 6300 for foreigners and INR 3,78,000 for Indians (For 7 nights)
    • The Indian Maharaja-Deccan Odyssey - different tariffs for foreigners and Indians, USD 6100 for foreigners and INR 4,27,000 (for 7 nights and 8 days – deluxe cabin prices)

  • Q. Are there any backpackers hostels in Rajasthan?

    Backpackers require only the basic requirements during their trip when it comes to stay options. Rajasthan has some hostels which provide more comfort and facilities than just the basic needs. Some of the best hostels for backpackers in Rajasthan are:


    • Bunkstop, Jaipur
    • Crashpad, Jaipur and Jodhpur
    • Le Pension, Jaipur
    • Moustache hotel, Jaipur
    • Bunkyard hostel, Udaipur
    • Backpacker Panda hostels, Udaipur and Jaipur
    • Zostels – Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Pushkar

  • Q. Which are the famous temples in Rajasthan?

    Along with its numerous architectural beauties, Rajasthan has some majestic temples too that are worth a visit. Some of the famous temples in Rajasthan are:


    • Birla Mandir, Jaipur
    • Ambika Mata Temple, Jagat
    • Karni Mata Temple, Deshnoke
    • Eklingji Temple, Udaipur
    • Galtaji Temple, Khania-Balaji
    • Mehandipur Balaji Temple, Karauli
    • Saidham, Rani
    • Salasar Balaji Temple, Salasar

  • Q. Which are some famous village tours in Rajasthan?

    A visit to Rajasthan would be incomplete if you do not explore the village side of the desert capital. The best way to exploring the tradition and culture of the state is to take a village tour. The most popular village tours in Rajasthan are:


    • Khuri Village Tour
    • Bhijaipur Village Tour
    • Samode Village Tour
    • Mandawa Village Tour
    • Bishnoi Village Tour

  • Q. When is the famous Pushkar Camel fair held? What is so special about it?

    This annual five day camel and livestock fair is held in the city of Pushkar during the Kartik Purnima Season, generally falling towards the end of October to start of November. The livestock includes camels, sheep, cows and goats. Thousands of tourists and visitors flock to Pushkar just to witness this event. Apart from the trades, there are also several competitions that take place at the fair which make it all the more interesting and inviting. These competitions include Matka Phod, longest moustache and bridal competitions. There are numerous stalls put up for the women who visit to purchase textiles, accessories and so on.

  • Q. Where can we go for wildlife camping in Rajasthan?

    With plenty of wildlife available in Rajasthan, there are some great wildlife camping opportunities available in and around. Some of the best wildlife camps are:


    • Camping at Mount Abu, AchalGarh Fort – 1 night and 1 day, approximate INR 1650 per person.
    • Sujan Camp at Jawai, luxury camp – 2 days and 1 night, approximate INR 57000
    • Trekking and Camping at Achalgarh, Umaid Lake Palace – 2 days and 1 night, approximate INR 2000 per adult.

  • Q. Where can I experience camel safari in Rajasthan?

    When it comes to Rajasthan and desert or camels, the options are limitless. There are various camping tours that you can take in the dunes of the state and the ones with camel safaris are the most popular. Some of the popular places where you can experience the camel safaris in Rajasthan are:


    • Thar desert in Bikaner – offers numerous safaris and most of the popular camel safaris along with camping options.
    • Moving cam camel safari in Bikaner – this camp does not limit you to one spot and has you moving around the region on camel backs, lasts for 4 days and 3 nights.
    • Camel Safari and Camping from Dawa to Kakoo, Thar Desert