It took barely an hour for us all to become far too captivated by Bundi’s unlike-any-other-place-in-India charm to even consider heading somewhere else.

Chaotic and intense do not apply in this town, with words such as tranquil, laid-back, enchanting, and extraordinary much more appropriate instead.

Things to Do in Bundi

If you’re not sure what to do in Bundi, below I share my top recommendations for sites to see and attractions to visit.

Visit the Bundi Palace (Garh Palace)

It’s most recognizable for its intricate art and architecture, with many courtyards and chambers that tell tales of the days when royalty lived in regal luxury here.

Visit the Taragarh Fortress

The fortress was built in the 8th century by Ajayaraja Chauhan. It’s famous for its strength, having defended the region from many attacks.

Mingle with the Locals

Incredibly, the usual fears associated with traveling in India – pickpockets, being ripped off, endless scams – are nothing to worry about at all here.

Take A Rickshaw to The Surrounding Village

One of the villages I recommend you visit nearby is Thikarda, which is known for its pottery production.

Visit the Stepwells

One of the most unique things about Bundi is its step wells, which are an architectural marvel that is quite unique to India.

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