Club Mahindra Resorts in Rajasthan
Welcome to the land of kings, the jewel in India’s crown, Rajasthan. India’s largest state by area, (342,239 square kilometers) makes it difficult to zero in on a vantage point from where you could soak in its true essence. Thankfully, Club Mahindra’s four luxury resorts across this beauteous state make it easy for you.
While the Jaisalmer resort charms you with its royal appearance amidst the picturesque desert, Club Mahindra’s resort in Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan is your best bet for enjoying the stunning vicinity of the magnificent Kumbhalgarh fort. If you’re looking for resorts in Udaipur Rajasthan, your search ends at Paras Hill Resort – where old world charm meets contemporary comfort. Mansingh Towers, Jaipur – a Club Mahindra affiliate hotel – is for those who want to indulge in royal extravagance.
So much to look forward to!
With its rich heritage and culture, there is no dearth of historical places in Rajasthan. Shortlisting the best places to visit in Rajasthan is a tad difficult, with such splendid options as Alwar, Ajmer Pushkar, Bikaner, Bundli, Bharatpur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Kota, Mount Abu, Ranthambore, Shekhawati, and Udaipur, vying for your attention – and the top slot among the best tourist places to visit in Rajasthan!
When you’re done covering the best of Rajasthan points of interest, you could look forward to a myriad of family entertainment options within the resort. Learn the art of puppetry, try your hand at pottery or have a leisurely photo-shoot in traditional Rajasthani costumes, and carry home fond memories of the experience! Enjoy a camel safari, or a trip to the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, where you can come face-to-face with animals like the Nilgai, Panthers, Sloth Bears, and Four Horned Antelopes. Brighten up your evenings at the resort, enjoying local folk music and dance performances with the talented resort staff.
Eat like Kings and Queens!
Indulge in traditional Rajasthan cuisine that includes local delicacies like the quintessential Daal Baati Churma, Gatte ki sabzi, kadi pakoda, Bhanon Aloo and the Undhiyu, whipped up by our chefs.
Best time to visit
Winter (Oct – Mar) is the best season, when the nights are cold and the days are pleasant. Most cultural festivals are held in winter, attracting tourists from different parts of the world. Summers (Apr – Jul) could be harsh with temperatures rising up to 480C during daytime. You could head to cooler places like Mount Abu, Kumbhalgarh or Ranakpur that offer breath-taking views amidst a pleasant weather. Monsoons (Jul to Sep) are pleasant, when the temperatures drop, the rains turn the arid landscape green and is a particularly good time to visit if you wish to avoid the peak season crowd.
How to reach
Rajasthan is well-connected by air, rail and road. Its 4600 Km of railway track that connects it with the rest of the country, with direct links from major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Bangalore. It has three major airports offering good connectivity with many cities around the globe. With the gorgeous landscapes of Rajasthan, road trip is also a delight.