11 Honeymoon-Special Places in Rajasthan to Woo Your Sweetheart!

places in rajathan for honeymoon

Have you been dreaming of a royal honeymoon posing at the pristine forts and majestic palaces in Rajasthan? It’s time to turn your dreams into reality with some of the below honeymoon-special places for your honeymoon. Rajasthan outstands all other states with its distinctive kind of charm and magic.

Many of you who have visited or spent their honeymoon in Rajasthan will believe that it has a perfect combination of royalty and romance. As you venture into a new journey of your life, we take you to some amazing honeymoon places in Rajasthan.

Book Kumbhalgarh resort package with Mana Hotels to commence your one of the most romantic journeys with the love of your life!

It’s the right time to impress your beloved by taking her on a hot air balloon, camel ride, sightseeing, desert safaris, camping and more. These places are also ideal for a family weekend in Rajasthan.

A Royal Start to your Happily Ever After!

Head down to some 11 mesmerising places in Rajasthan that will give you a jaw-dropping experience.

Jaipur

This pink city tops the list of best honeymoon destinations in Rajasthan. The city has everything a couple asks for, from luxury resorts to pristine forts, ancient Havelis, silent deserts and stunning views of downtown. Plan a trip that encompasses places like Amber Palace, Nahargarh Fort, Jal Mahal, Chokhi Dani, Jaipur Zoo and likewise.

Not-to-miss attractions:

Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Amber Palace, Central Park, Smriti Van, Sisodia Rani Garden, etc.

Lovey-dovey things to do:

  1. 1. Bollywood movie at the traditional cinema Raj Mandir

  2. 2. Titanic pose inside a hot air balloon

  3. 3. Romantic date night at the Fairmont Jaipur

  4. 4. Munch on street-food at the main market while non-vegetarians should head straight to MI Road.

Udaipur

Flecked with ancient Havelis, quintessential lakes, grand palaces, majestic forts, startling architecture, Udaipur is blooming with all the needed love. Winter is considered to be the best season for a romantic escapade.

Not-to-miss attractions:

The City Palace, Lake Palace, Monsoon Palace, Lake Pichola, Lake Garden Palace, Vintage Car Museum, Bagore ki Haveli, Saheliyon-ki-Bari, Jagdish Temple, Shilpgram, etc.

Lovey-dovey things to do:

  1. 1. Romantic boating in the serene Fateh Sagar Lake

  2. 2. A hand-in-hand stroll around the Gulab Bagh

  3. 3. Admiring the natural beauty at the Jaisamand Lake

  4. 4. Exploring the light and sound show at Manek Chowk

  5. 5. Witness the tranquil nature as you share your date night

Longing to watch the Kumbhalgarh Fort? Luckily, you are about 2 hours away from the amazing fort. Look out for affordable Kumbhalgarh resort packages!

Pushkar

This quiet and scenic town is a perfect honeymoon destination as it offers you the best places to wander and make memories. The city is set on Pushkar lake – a sacred Hindu site comprising of 52 ghats and hundreds of temples.

It is more like a happy tourist destination rather than a romantic one. The town resonates with chanting of prayers, religious songs, along with drums and gongs, if your wifey loves such places, then this mystique town will be highly appreciated.

This destination is apt if you are travelling on a budget and want to just spend some ‘us’ time in devotion!

Not-to-miss attractions:

The rising and setting sun at the Pushkar lake, Varaha ghat, Thar desert, Naga Pahar, Rose Garden, Sarafa Bazar, Kishangarh, Man Mahal, Brahma’s Temple, Varaha Temple, Savitri Temple, Rangji Temple, etc.

Lovey-dovey things to do:

  1. 1. A fun camel ride

  2. 2. Hire a bike and go for a long romantic drive

  3. 3. Adventurous hiking from the Ratnagiri hill to Savitri temple

  4. 4. An evening spent together watching the setting sun

Jaisalmer

If you are planning to go to Dubai, then cancel the plan right away!

Jaisalmer is nothing less than the tales of Arabia. You have the perfect combo of camel safari, folk dance, desert camp, and not to forget the mesmerising sunset.

The city is synonymous with the rich heritage, traditions, culture, exhilarating sports and fascinating safaris. Be a part of the Jaisalmer desert festival starting from 7th February 2020.

Not-to-miss attractions:

Jaisalmer Fort, Patwon-ki-Haveli, Gadisar Lake, Desert National Park and Bada Bagh, Sardar Bazaar, Heritage Museum, Tanot Mata Temple, etc.

Lovey-dovey things to do:

  1. 1. Enjoy sightseeing from the grand forts, Havelis and temples facing the luminous sky and the crowded downtown.

  2. 2. Boating at the pristine Gadisar Lake

  3. 3. Experience quad biking, dune bashing, paramotoring and parasailing

  4. 4. Relish local buffet with Rajasthani folklore and music at night

  5. 5. Take a stroll to the local markets and get amazed by their iconic jewellery, local handicrafts, textiles, puppets, camel leather items, wooden ornaments, etc.

Kumbhalgarh

Along with temples, forts and hideouts, the town inherits World Heritage Sites- making it a historically, architecturally and culturally rich town in Rajasthan.

The famous Kumbhalgarh Fort is nestled on the lap of captivating Aravallis with 13 mountain peaks, breathtaking watchtowers and rounded bastions.

Not-to-miss attractions:

Kumbhalgarh Fort & Wildlife Sanctuary, Mammadev Fort, Badal Mahal, Vedi Temple, Neelkanth Mahadeo Temple, Parshuram Temple, Mucchala Mahavir temple, etc.

Lovey-dovey things to do:

  • Explore the beauty of Kumbhalgarh Fort and its surrounding areas and interesting ruins.

  • Spending the evening at the 2-storey Badal Mahal

  • Thrilling jeep safaris at the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

  • Sightseeing exotic wildlife species like leopards, wolves, grey jungle fowl, parakeets and more

  • Visiting Jain and Hindu temples

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Alwar

How about a spooky honeymoon destination? Alwar is home to haunted historic sites, nature reserves, serene lakes, stunning Havelis and has some haunted places. Keeping all the mysterious places aside, Alwar will provide you with an impeccable experience with great views, delicious delicacies and contagious local shopping centres.

Not-to-miss attractions:

Sariska Tiger Reserve, Siliserh Lake, Moosi Maharani Ki Chhatri, Alwar City Palace, Bala Quila Fort, Kersroli, Bhangarh Fort, etc.

Lovey-dovey things to do:

  • Spend an amazing evening at the pristine Siliserh Lake

  • Explore ziplining at Flying Fox Neemrana – India’s first Zipline Tour.

  • Speak to locals about the horror stories of Bhangarh Fort

  • Have an after wedding date in local eateries

Bikaner

Bikaner is another town in Rajasthan that is famous for its cuisine, magnificent forts and blissful temples. You are going to love the golden blanket of sand baking in the hot sun. How about going for camel safaris and exploring the gigantic forts in the endless desert?

Not-to-miss attractions:

Lalgarh Palace, National Research Centre on Camel, Bhandasar Jain Temple, Junagarh Fort, etc.

Lovey-dovey things to do:

  • Fall in love with the majestic Junagarh Fort

  • A camel safari and watching the sun go down

  • Go on a sightseeing tour with experienced drivers and local guides

  • Relish local cuisine especially the Bikaner bhujia

  • Feed the shopaholic in you with desi sarees, camel leather mojari, bangles, nokha razai, colourful bangles and a lot more.

Kota

Yes! You have heard it right. This town is known for its ‘coaching factories’ and inhabits several historical museums, colourful architecture, grand palaces and such. Explore boat safaris and connect yourself with the sublime water in the middle of the desert.

Not-to-miss attractions:

Seven Wonders Park, Kishore Sagar, Kota Barrage, Garadia Mahadev Temple, Chambal Garden, etc.

Lovey-dovey things to do:

  • Walk at the Hamid Bihari for some exquisite gold-woven saris

  • A boat ride at the picturesque Kishore Sagar, an artificial lake amid palm trees and tangerine palace of Jagmandir.

  • Meander at the Chhattar Bilas Garden, Chambal Garden or the City Palace

  • Witness exotic flora and fauna in their natural habitat

  • Go for a banana boat ride at the Chambal River Safari

Churu

This one is a real gateway to the Thar Desert, surrounded with shimmering golden dunes, gorgeous Havelis, enchanting paintings and authentic Rajasthani flavour. Get a peep into the Rajputana Havelis at Ratangarh, built by the Marwari merchants, who were a successful business clan of India.

Not-to-miss attractions:

Sri Shantinath Bhagwan Mandir, Mansa Devi Temple, Sethani Ka Johara, Ratangarh Fort, Kanhaiyalal Bagla Haveli, etc.

Lovey-dovey things to do:

  • Participate in the divine aarti ritual of lord Hanuman at Salasar temple.

  • Spot blackbucks at the Tal Chappar sanctuary

  • Lose yourself into the beauty of Churu skyline

Shekhawati

This place will keep you spellbound with its rare art forms, wall paintings and architectures that resonate the Marwari community. This town of Havelis is titled as the wander’s paradise since it exhibits the real architecture of Rajasthan and luxurious mansions that will add a touch of opulence to your honeymoon vacay.

This place attracts architecture admirers and art enthusiasts with its iconic, ancient structures for a great background for selfies.

Not-to-miss attractions:

Harsh Nath Temple, Mandawa Fort, Badalgarh Fort, Chirawa, Laxmangarh Fort, Le Prince Haveli, etc.

Lovey-dovey things to do:

  • Head out for a romantic ride on the Shekhawati and Pink City Express

  • Spot mural paintings at Havelis like Bhagton ki haveli, Anadilal Poddar haveli, Khedwal Bhawan, Jagannath Singhania Chattri, etc.

  • Watch out for blackbucks at the famous Tal Chappar Sanctuary

  • Fall in love with local artists and markets for unique items and souvenirs.

We also provide eye-boggling Kumbhalgarh resort packages! Head out for an amazing vacay.

Bharatpur

The nirvana at Bharatpur is a perfect escapade to couples who wish to spend some time alone among wildlife species and nocturnal insects. This is a real marvel treasuring dry grasslands, woodlands, flora and fauna for a very special honeymoon away from the hustle-bustle of the city.

Not-to-miss attractions:

Keoladeo National Park, Government Museum, Bharatpur Palace and Museum, Lohagarh Fort, Bharatpur National Park, Chawad Devi Temple, Laxman Mandir, Dholpur Palace, Band Baretha, Dadiji ka Mahal, etc.

Lovey-dovey things to do:

  • Visit the Deeg during the three-day Deeg festival celebrated before Holi

  • Quick stroll at the colourful Laxman Mandir – popularly known for its intricately carved doors, embellished walls, grandiose arches, and imposing idols.

  • A day out at the Lohagarh Fort or Iron Fort along with the Government Museum

  • Feel the chirp and bustle of the Keoladeo Ghana National Park sightseeing the migratory birds and rich fauna and flora.

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