The best season to travel to Rajasthan is from mid-November to mid-March but the high tourist season begins in October and continues in April, where prices are highest in hotels and restaurants. From October to April, it is therefore, on the contrary, the off-season for these different areas. The low tourist season in Rajasthan begins in mid-April and ends at the end of September. From May to early July, the heat is stifling in Rajasthan; temperatures average 45°C. Due to these high temperatures, tourists do not visit Rajasthan very often during this period. The prices are low but it really takes courage to withstand the temperatures in question. You are not advised to travel to India at that time.

If you go to Rajasthan in October or November, you can attend the Diwali festival, the most important Hindu festival of the year. At night, candles are lit in front of all the houses to celebrate Rama's return to her kingdom of Ayodhya, firecrackers and fireworks are exploded, of course, food is served and gifts are exchanged.

Holi. And if you go to Rajasthan in February or March, it is the festival of colours that marks the beginning of spring. Young and old armed with water pistols filled with coloured powder, they engage in "battles" in the street.

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