August Is The Best Time To Visit Rajasthan And Here’s Why!

by Shreya Ghosh
August Is The Best Time To Visit Rajasthan And Here’s Why!

When we think of travelling to someplace colorful, vibrant, and full of sunshine in India, Rajasthan comes first to mind. Rajasthan is such a beautiful destination to travel to. Every city, every corner of this state oozes history, culture, magnificence, and a unique charm. It is never a bad idea to take a trip to Rajasthan but if you ask us the best time to explore this state, we feel August is a great time.

Here’s Why You Should Travel To Rajasthan In August!

The Weather Is Pleasant!

As we already know, Rajasthan is the ‘Desert state of India’, so the rising gruelling temperature is always a concern. You do not have to worry about the heat in August as it is not at all the peak summertime. Now that we are past May, June, and July, the weather stays quite favourable to travel to Rajasthan. Also, the state receives light monsoon at this time of the year so you get to enjoy pleasant weather; not too hot or not too cold.

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The Monsoon Showers Bring The Best Of Nature

Needless to say, how pretty nature looks during the monsoon season. And in August rainfall, Rajasthan looks quite green and if you love the rainy season, you will surely love to take a trip in August. Reaching the top of forts and historical sites and witnessing the lush greenery from there is a sight to behold. And the rainfall and its charm on nature make all the hard work to climb to the top all worth it.

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Monsoon Season In Rajasthan Is Beautiful

Monsoon enters Rajasthan by July and stays till September. And you can experience a special charm in Rajasthan during this time. If you enjoy the monsoons, you will fall in love with this all over again. And to experience most of the monsoon season, you need to be at Udaipur. The ‘City of Lakes’ looks picturesque with the rainfalls and the views from iconic destinations such as the City Palace, Sajjangarh Fort, Lake Pichola, and Fateh Sagar Lake are simply breathtaking. An interesting fact about Sajjangarh Fort is that it is also known as the ‘Monsoon Palace’. Udaipur is a romantic city and this enchanting season will make the trip and its memories more memorable.