A list of road trips for Rajasthan from New Delhi

The road trips in Rajasthan are thrilling and truly delighting. Rajasthan has so much to see, and if you want to visit each and every place of your itinerary, your trip should be well planned.

Road trips let you feel the culture, breeze, sample the local food and enjoy the region. The state is well-connected to the other parts of the country by road and rail. These are a few must-visit road trips in Rajasthan:

Delhi to Ajmer:


Ajmer is a quite popular destination and is famous for Dargah of Saint Moinuddin Chisti which is revered by all communities. The road between Delhi to Ajmer is superb, and you can easily go by car. The route you will follow is Delhi-Jaipur-Pushkar-Ajmer.

You can take stoppage first at Jaipur and then at Pushkar because there are Lots of must see sites in both the cities. Jaipur is famous for Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amer Fort, GovindJi Temple and Jantar Mantar.

Every site carries a unique architectural style and a Royal past. Pushkar is famous for classic palaces and temples. The temple of Brahma Ji near Pushkar Lake is a well-known pilgrimage site.

Also have a look at this thread started on suggestion on travelling in Rajasthan via road.

Delhi to Jaisalmer


You can take the route Mandawa-Bikaner-Jodhpur-Jaisalmer. You should take halts in between to enjoy the beauty and culture of the state. Mandawa is a small town in the district, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan. The streets and houses of the town are painted with frescoes. There is a Fort and many Grand Havelis which were made by local Marwaris.

Bikaner is well-known for Junagarh Fort and Lalgarh Palace. Jodhpur is the land of Forts; Umaid Bhawan Palace. Mehrangarh Fort and Jaswant Thada are best examples of the Great Ancient work.  Jaisalmer is the land of sand. It is world famous for Sam-Sand Dunes and Jaisalmer Fort, also known as Golden Fort.

Delhi to Udaipur


From Delhi to City of Lakes, Udaipur. It is one of the most favourite road trips of Rajasthan. The route can be Delhi-Jaipur-Bundi-Chittorgarh-Kumbhalgarh-Udaipur. Roads on this route are okay. This is a long course and has many fascinating sites on the way.

You can take stop in Jaipur to see Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort, City Palace and Kanak Vrindavan.

Bundi is famous for Garh Palace and Sukh Mahal. Raniji ki Baori in Bundi is a fascinating place. Chittorgarh is known for Chittorgarh Fort, Vijay Stambha and Meera Temple.


Kumbhalgarh has a wildlife sanctuary which can be a great experience. Kumbhalgarh Fort, Badal Mahal and many temples are a major attraction of Kumbhalgarh. Udaipur, the City of Romance, has sheer beauty, picturesque lakes and authentic Forts.

Source of Transportation

While going on a road-trip, it is advisable to go by car or tempo-travelers, if total count of people is 5 or more. It is always cost-efficient, but if you 2 or 3 people are travelling, you should go by trains to reduce the cost. From Delhi railway station, there are trains available for every station with suitable timings.

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