THERE ARE SO MANY COLOURFUL CITIES
When I imagine my experiences in Rajasthan I picture the vibrant cities. The major cities in Rajasthan are painted in different shades of colors It’s a great place for photography.
RAJASTHAN IS PERFECT FOR FIRST-TIME VISITORS TO INDIA
I don’t know about you but I sat on my travels to India for many years because of one major motive: being scared.
The state is a favourite among travellers, so it’s unlikely that you’ll be noticed in a crowd. If you’re not stepping out, you’re likely to be noticed or considered an outcast. Tourists are all over the city of Rajasthan from single women in their early twenties to couples in their 80s There’s no reason to be concerned about getting lots of attention.
In addition it’s also a well-travelled tourist route, making it easy to move around as an individual tourist. It’s also possible to visit places that are similar to travellers you encounter, making it easy to meet new people. It makes travelling in Rajasthan seem so easy and in a nation with a reputation of being far from.
I was surprised to find Rajasthan equally easy to explore as Thailand! In fact, I consider Thailand to be one of the easiest nations in the world to travel to. I booked all my trains via the internet and ahead of time through 12Go Asia and all of my travels were enjoyable and all trains arrived on time, and Uber made traveling to other destinations extremely easy.
Rajasthan seemed like the ideal introduction to India because, yes, you experience the chaos, the color and incredible sights However, you also feel secure while experiencing it.