A trip from the southern part of India to the northwestern state of Rajasthan brings with it an entire package of historical and cultural treasure. Rajasthan is one of the few places in the country which still has an appeal of the bygone era. Rajasthan’s rich history is reflected through its ancient forts, extravagant palaces, colourful bustling cities and indigenous small hamlets.
People from Mysore the ‘Cultural Capital of Karnataka’ are attracted to the vibrant state of Rajasthan due to its magnificent sights, famous stories and folktales, mouth-watering cuisine, beautiful artifacts and accessory markets, and the melodious folk songs. A trip from the south to the west is always a fun experience as it brings with it change in tradition and cuisine. Our Rajasthan Tour Packages from Mysore are carefully crafted for you to experience this variation in the best possible way. Long distance traveling can prove to be hectic and often people can’t enjoy the destination due to the fatigue of traveling. Our tour packages are thoughtfully put together to enable you to tour Rajasthan at a relaxed pace with maximum adventures and experiences.
The below mentioned information can prove to be of some use if you wish to travel from Mysore to Rajasthan.
Road– There are no direct bus from Mysore to Rajasthan. You can take a bus to Bangalore and then from Bangalore to Jodhpur. Bus tickets from Bangalore to Jodhpur should cost around Rs.2000 and the journey would be of 36-37hrs. Bus trip are usually not ideal. However if you wish to embark on a road trip here is a route that you can take- Mysore-(144Km via Mysore Road)-Bangalore-(837km via NH48)-Pune-(660km)-Ahmedabad-(445km via NH62)-Jodhpur-(333km via NH25 and NH48)-Jaipur-(393.5km via NH58)-Udaipur-(357.1km via GJ SH 5)-Vadodara-(545.6km via NH48)-Pune-(841km via AH47 and NH48)-Bangalore-(144Km)-Mysore You would need 10-12days to enjoy the above route.
Train– If traveling by train you can take the Mysore-Jaipur SF Express (12975) which has a travel time of 44hrs and costs Rs. 825 for Sleepers, Rs. 2165 for AC 3-tier, Rs. 3195 for AC 2-tier and Rs. 5535 for AC 1-tier. The train runs on Thursdays and Saturdays.
Flights– There are no non-stop flights from Mysore to Jaipur. Flights from IndiGo has the least layover time. A journey by flight will take around 10hrs and cost around Rs.6000.
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 travel to Rajasthan from Mysore?
Best time to visit Rajasthan from Mysore is in Winters or in Monsoons. Winters have their own charm in the land of deserts. All the major tourist location are swamped with tourists and most of the fairs and festivals also take place during this season. Monsoons in Rajasthan are neither too hot nor too cold, the lush greenery of the land seems to come alive in this season and a trip to Rajasthan in the rainy season is an absolute treat for pluviophiles.
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?
Places like Mount Abu, Kumbhalgarh, Ranakpur, Udaipur are the places one must visit in Summers in Rajasthan.
What are the best places in Rajasthan to visit in Monsoon?
Bundi,Udaipur,Keoladeo National Park, Jaisalmer, Shekhawati regions are places one musnt miss in the rainy season.
What are the best places in Rajasthan to visit in Winter?
All the major tourist locations from Jaipur to Jodhpur, Chittorgarh to Alwar, Kota to Ajmer and all the desert regions and major tourist attractions can be visited in this season. Make sure to look up the dates and venues of various fairs and festivals that take place during this season. It can be a fun experience to have a sneak peak into the authentic culture and tradition of Rajasthan.