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Wondering Where The Latest Rajasthan Tourism Ads Were Shot? Find Out!

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The new advertising campaign for Rajasthan Tourism should surely make you want to visit Rajasthan. Check out places in the ads.

Wondering Where The Latest Rajasthan Tourism Ads Were Shot? Find Out!:

  1. Amber Fort, Jaipur (Rajasthan)
  2. Jodhpur (Rajasthan)
  3. Chawand, Dausa (Rajasthan)
  4. Kota (Rajasthan)
  5. Hawa Mahal, Jaipur (Rajasthan)
  6. Kuldhara, Jaisalmer (Rajasthan)
  7. Kumbhalgarh Fort, Ghanerao (Rajasthan)
  8. Jaisalmer (Rajasthan)

1. Ride An Elephant To The Amber Fort


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HolidayIQ traveller Mohan says, "This fort built by Raja Jai Singh is an awesome fort, the architecture is excellent, we went with a tour guide he explained the details and history of fort. The fort is mesmerizing, very large and you can by your car or you can hire a jeep. The fort is very large, the fort is beautiful and overall experience was awesome."

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300 Ratings | 200 Reviews | 272 Sightseeings | 121 Photos

2. Hot Air Balloon Ride In Jodhpur


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Few things can equal the awesomeness of the view when you take a hot air balloon ride in Jodhpur. The view is one you'll cherish for a long time.  HolidayIQ traveller Anup says, "Some people were enjoying in the hot air balloon and taking more memorable photo."

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5986 Ratings | 3363 Reviews | 29 Sightseeings | 371 Photos

3. Visit The Beautiful Chand Baori


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Go to this place to feast your eyes upon a beautiful, symmetric, architectural marvel. HolidayIQ traveller Suman says, "I would highly recommend this monument. The architecture is out of the world. Not to far from Agra - Jaipur highway. One can visit on their way to Jaipur. There is an ancient temple nearby which is also worth. The stepwell is about a 1000 years old."

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6 Ratings | 4 Reviews | 15 Sightseeings | 4 Photos

4. And The Garadia Mahadev


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Let the view take you over HolidayIQ traveller Rio says, "Educational city visit with family. Its very nice and peaceful place. When you visit Kota don't forgot to visit Chambal river side view. Kachori is very good fast food you must try this Ratlami Kachori and Jhodpur Kachori, the shop is very famous for Kachori."

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1026 Ratings | 610 Reviews | 23 Sightseeings | 25 Photos

5. Jaipur's Most Distinctive Landmark, The Hawa Mahal


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Be awestruck by this wonderful structure. HolidayIQ traveller Pankaj says, "Great place to visit and understand Rajputana culture. It really helps one to admire the Indian architecture and foresightedness of our ancestors to create such a nice structure."

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220 Ratings | 139 Reviews | 272 Sightseeings | 62 Photos

6. Rajasthan Ghost Village—Kuldhara


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HolidayIQ traveller Anushweta says, "Kuldhara is a supposedly a haunted village where one surely feels the sadness of once lively town with barren roads and devastated surroundings. Although not sure if it really is haunted or not but one can surely feel the negativity in the air."

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10 Ratings | 6 Reviews | 49 Sightseeings | 10 Photos

7. Kumbhalgarh Fort Located On The Cliffs Of Aravalli Ranges


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The 36 km long fortification of this structure has found a place in the international records. It is considered as the second longest wall in the entire world, after the Great Wall of China. Moreover, many palaces, gardens and temples adorn the beauty of the fort complex. HolidayIQ traveller Sivanand says, "You can't plan this trip on a regular day, just like that. Its around 100 km from Udaipur. If you're a real heritage sightseeing junkie then this is a perfect dose for you. I'll (try to) keep this short. While travelling from Udaipur to Kumbhalgarh, some what after 50 km there's a 7-8 km single road strip its worse kinda road and mean one. After crossing this 7-8 km strip. It takes you around an hour to reach at the gates of Kumbhalgarh Fort. Food, tea and water all are available inside the gates and at reasonable cost."

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1 Ratings | 1 Reviews | 13 Sightseeings | 1 Photos

8. And The Arid Desert Of Thar


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The desert stretches beyond imaginations and horizon-encompassing within it, a world lost, yet beautiful beyond measure. Culture and tradition that mesmerizes, to an extent of transfixing and holding you the prisoner of a beautiful saydream.

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4934 Ratings | 3058 Reviews | 49 Sightseeings | 519 Photos

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