Rajasthan, an ethnic and regal state of India, is my home away from home.

After traveling to its three different cities in the region; Udaipur, Jodhpur, and Jaisalmer, all on my own as a solo female traveler, I consider a solo trip to Rajasthan one of the best travel experiences you can India.

Reasons To Take A Solo Trip to Rajasthan

Rajasthan is an adventure waiting to be had. Here are all the reasons to take your first solo trip to Rajasthan.

Friendly Culture

I remember walking through the narrow alleys of Udaipur during the festival of Diwali and it was all so fervent. I received smiles, amiable gestures and support while I was taking pictures and exchanging casual pleasantries with the hawkers.

Festive atmosphere

There are so many held annually such as the Desert Festival, Pushkar Fair, Elephant Festival, Gangaur Festival, Marwar Festival, and Nagaur Festival just to name a few.

Good accommodation options

There is an abundance of good accommodation options of all kinds to choose from – luxury hotels, guest houses, heritage resorts, budget hotels and home stays.

Open-minded and respectful locals

Although Rajasthan is a highly conservative state, the locals respect a visitor’s individuality. If a woman is rambling all alone in any city of Rajasthan, she would be respected for who she is and her background.

Variety of things to see and do

Some of my most memorable moments were people-watching and strolling along Lake Pichola in Udaipur or dining at Ambrai restaurant and bar with a view of the Lake Palace.

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