Famous as “Land of Kings”, Rajasthan is the largest area by land and is located at the western side of the country. On the eastern side, it comprises wide and famous Thar dessert and shares a hospitable border with Pakistan and Indus valley on the west. Traditionally, Meena, Gujars, Bhils, Charans, Rajputs, Rajpurohits, Yadav and Bhisnoi contributed great efforts to build the state of Rajasthan. Ideally, there is lot that lies hidden in the history of the state. But beside it, Rajasthan is a known state of India that offers beautiful offbeat destinations to tourists here.


If you are planning to explore Rajasthan then here is a list of offbeat destinations that are less known to the world yet beautiful in their own way and are worth exploring. Few of the known places are:-


Rohetgarh forest: A serene woodland with tall trees, lush greenery, and a tranquil atmosphere.




Rohetgarh is an ancestral home since 1622 AD that was passed on to Thakur Dalpat Singh for his exemplary courage and bravery in numerous military campaigns under the banner of Rathores. Since then, Rohetgarh became the Jagir of the Rajput king of the era of the state of Marwar.


This ancestral home is graced and cherished by the generations of the noblemen and has been revered by several across the globe for its classic architecture and wonderful designs. In 1990, the gateways of this historical epic home were opened for discerning travelers. A careful stroll through this sprawling architecture briefs you about style and elegance of Kings back then. It gives a glimpse through brilliant colors where culture and tradition were deep rooted. Presently, it is a leading heritage hotel, where the experience goes far beyond the high walls of the garh and provides finest travel experience to its tourists.


Samode Palace Hotel: A majestic heritage hotel with stunning architecture and luxurious amenities.




Samode palace, Samode haveli and Samode Bagh is a heritage hotels that is built by Noble Feudatory with a hereditary title of “Maha Rawal” or “Maha Saheb” of Amber and Jaipur under the principality of Rajasthan. All three have vibrant history over several hundred years and display a fusion Rajasthani and Mughal art and architecture.


They are now part of heritage group of hotels under the flagship of Samode that are run by the hereditary owners of these structures.


Built at the foothills of the mountain ranges, these structures are made like forts and are composed in ancient architectural style with beautifully and intricately carved designs, luxurious carpets, decorated wall and paintings with motifs, florals, hunting scenes and inlaid stones). Samode palace has a sheesh mahal and the entrance gate has a large size treasure chest made of dark wood and gleaming glass. The haveli has an elegant painting and airy passage, an elephant ramp and was constructed at the time of wedding of Royal Family.


Samode Bagh is a Mughal Garden that has sandbank and sprawls over 20 acres with tents to accommodate visitors.


Devigarh: A majestic palace nestled in the Aravalli hills. Rich in history and architectural beauty.




Devigarh is a heritage hotel and resort that is housed in 18th century in the village of Delwara. It was the royal residence of the rulers of Delwara principality from the mid of the 18th century to the mid of 20th century. The fort is situated at the foothills of the Aravali hills and is situated at 28 km to the Northeast of Udaipur, Rajasthan.


It is one of the leading luxury hotels and the best in the Indian subcontinent and is more than beautiful than its inspiring. It is a seven storeyed fort situated at the hilltop and was built in sync with Rajasthani architecture in the 1760’s. So, if you are planning for awesome holiday destination in Rajasthan then Devigarh is must visit place


Ramathra Fort: A majestic fortress nestled amidst lush greenery, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.


Ramathra Fort


Ramathra Fort is a heritage hotel that lies between two of India’s famous wildlife reserves – Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary in Bharatpur and Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in Sawai Madhopur. The fort lies close to Kailadevi National Park that is just 15 km away.


The fort, the lake and the countryside are the three big attractions of this fort. Best season for this fort is between the months of July and March. The place is wonderful in its own way and offers adventurous ride to the tourists.


Further, the area offers tranquil atmosphere and those who wish to explore natural sites then Ramathra promises a memorable and wonderful stay.