Hyderabad, which was under the rule of Nizams and the Mughals, has a rich history much like Rajasthan that was for the longest period of time ruled by the Rajputs. A trip from Hyderabad to Rajasthan would hence be a journey between times in history.
Rajasthan is widely admired for its folklore and traditional art forms that date back centuries. One cannot grow old without reading the legends of Prithviraj Chauhan and Maharana Pratap in our history books, and hence a desire to visit those historical places and palaces are embedded in our young hearts from an early age. Hyderabad is famous for its delicious biryanis and Rajasthan too is considered a heaven for food lovers. A change of taste and cuisine is something Rajasthan has in store for people from Hyderabad.
Rajasthan has some of the most sought after tourist locations in the country. The majestic forts and places, famous temples and the ‘Great Indian Thar Desert’ close to the international border are only a few to name. Rajasthan also attracts a large number of wildlife lovers as it is the home of the famous Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and Desert National Park. Our Rajasthan Tour Packages from Hyderabad is hence thoughtfully composed to help tourists to experience each and every aspect of Rajasthan. From desert safaris to wildlife tours, the palaces of Jaipur and Jodhpur to lakes of Udaipur, temples, and shrines, our tour packages can help you experience Rajasthan in all of its glory.
If you are planning a trip from Hyderabad to Rajasthan below mentioned information can be of help:-
Road– There are no direct buses from Hyderabad to Rajasthan but if you wish to embark on a road trip then the best route you can take will be Hyderabad-(305Km via NH44)-Adilabad-(203Km)-Nagpur-(173.2Km via NH47)-Betul-(178.1Km via NH46)-Bhopal-(343Km via NH52)-Kota-(253Km via NH52)-Jaipur. When in Jaipur you can visit a number of famous tourist location surrounding it. Tonk(102.7km south), Sariska (133Km ), Alwar (150Km North), Ajmer (135km), Pushkar (150kms southwest), Chittorgarh (310km), Nawalgarh (140Km), Bikaner (335Km), are some to name. If you have 10-12 days holiday then you can enjoy the above route.
Train– The fastest train between Hyderabad to Jaipur is Mysore-Jaipur SF Express (12975) which has a travel time of 28hrs. The trains run on Sundays and Fridays and arrives at Kacheguda 02:00am and has a halt of 10mins. The tickets cost around Rs.670 for sleeper, Rs. 1770 for AC 3-tier, Rs. 2575 for AC 2-tier and Rs. 4430 for AC 1-tier.
Flight– If booked in advance, flight tickets till Jaipur or Udaipur should cost around Rs. 3000. IndiGo, Air Asia, SpiceJet all have non-stop flights for Jaipur.
Best places to visit in Rajasthan
Hawa Mahal, Jaipur
Jantar Mantar, Jaipur
Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur
Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur
Badi Lake, Udaipur
City Palace, Udaipur
Sajjangarh Palace, Udaipur
Ranthambore National Park, Ranthambore
Dilwara Temple, Mount Abu
Brahma Temple, Phushkar
Chittorgarh Fort, Chittorgarh
Jaisalmer Fort, Jaisalmer
Ajmer Sharif Dargah, Ajmer
Akbari Fort & Museum, Ajmer
Prithviraj Smark, Ajmer
Junagarh Fort, Bikaner
Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur
Alwar City Palace, Alwar
Neemrana Fort Palace, Alwar
Kumbhalgarh Fort, Rajsamand
Best places to Stay in Rajasthan
Jaipur- Hotel J W Marriot, Hotel Taj Jai Mahal, Hotel Oberoi Trident, Hotel Radisson.
Jaisalmer- Himmatgarh Palace, Hotel Brys Fort, Hotel Fifu, Hotel Fort Rajwada
Jodhpur- Ajit Bhawan, Fort Khejarla, Hotel Raas Jodhpur, Idana Palace, Taj Gateway
Kota- Hotel Palkiya Haveli, Welcomheritage Umed Bhawan Palace,
Bundi- Annapurna Haveli, Hotel Bundi Haveli, Hotel Hadoti Palace, Hotel Bundi Vilas
Chittorgarh- Hotel Pratap Palace, Lake Nahargarh Palace,
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the best time to visit Rajasthan from Hyderabad?
Rajasthan has something for the tourists in every season. However, people from Hyderabad will enjoy visiting Rajasthan in winters. Winter in the land of deserts has its own charm and is different from that in Hyderabad. Mornings are warm enough to go sightseeing and the nights can be enjoyed by a warm bonfire. All major tourist locations from palaces and forts to sand dunes and temples and also the national parks can be visited in this season. A number of fairs and festivals are held during this season and is also the reason why a large number of tourists flock to Rajasthan in this season.
What are the fairs and festivals of Rajasthan that attracts tourists to Rajasthan?
Kite Festival, across the state especially Jaipur- 14th January
Jaipur Literature Festival-January
Nagaur Fair, Jodhpur- January & February
Desert Festival, Jaisalmer- February
Brij Holi, Bharatpur- March
Gangaur, Jaipur and Nathdwara-March April
Mewar Festival, Jodhpur- March & April
Rajasthan International Folk Festival, Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur-October
Kota Adventure Festival, Kota- October
Pushkar Camel Fair, Pushkar- October-November
Winter Festival in Mount Abu, Mount Abu-December
Where are the best markets for shopping in Rajasthan?
Some of the best markets for Shopping in Rajasthan are:-
Johari Bazar, Jaipur- Best for handmade Jaipuri ornaments.
Bapu Bazar, Jaipur- Best for Rajasthani Textiles and Handlooms.
Clock Tower Market, Jodhpur- Best for different kinds of spices.
Nai Sarak, Jodhpur- Best for Rajasthani signature fabric Bandhani.
Bada Bazar, Udaipur- Best for leather goods, traditional jewellery, Bandhanis.
Sadar Bazar, Jaisalmer- Best for jootis and silver ornaments.
What are the best places in Rajasthan to visit in Summers?
Summers in Rajasthan are hot. However, Rajasthan has in store for you, Mount Abu its beautiful hill station, Udaipur with its serene lakes, Ranthambore and Bharatpur with its wildlife sanctuaries and parks, that can be enjoyed in Summers. The temperature in Mount Abu is relatively cool and lakes in Udaipur brings down the temperature, as compared to other parts of the state.
What are the best places in Rajasthan to visit in Monsoon?
A trip to Rajasthan in the Monsoon months is a treat. A sudden drop in temperature can be experienced in the months of July to September. Monsoon the best time to relish some alone time with monuments and other popular attractions which in the peak season is crammed with tourists. Monsoons in Rajasthan is also an amazing opportunity for photographers to click some incredible clicks. The season comes with festivals like Teej, Kajli Teej and Abhaneri Festival, which offers a sneak peek into the vibrant culture and traditions of Rajasthan. Places like Jalore, Bundi, Alwar, Banswara, Mount Abu, Pushkar,Jhalawar,Tonk, Nagaur, Keoladeo, Kumbhalgarh, and Madawa is a must visit in Monsoons.
What are the best places in Rajasthan to visit in Winter?
Winters in Rajasthan are chilly but also considered as the best time to visit Rajasthan. The mornings have just the right amount of warmth for sightseeing. All the major tourist attractions that otherwise cant be visited in the summer season can be explored and enjoyed in the winter months. The period from November-February is considered as the best time to visit the state. Mewar, Jaipur, Pushkar, Keoladeo, Bishnoi & Pali, Bundi, Dausa, Udaipur and Jaisalmer, all the popular places can be visited in this season. Rajasthan hosts a number of fairs and festivals in this period. It would be great if you visit the state during any of the festivals as the true essence of Rajasthani culture can be experienced during these festivals.