Your most convenient option would be flying into one of the three main airports of Rajasthan — Sanganer International Airport in Jaipur, Jodhpur Airport and Dabok Airport Udaipur. While only the first sees international flights land, all of them flights coming in from across the country. The carrier, route and timing of your choice can be easily arranged for you. You need not worry about how to reach Rajasthan by flight, and simply look forward to your time on the ground.
Not everyone’s cup of tea, but with twenty national highways passing through the state, driving is another great way of how to reach Rajasthan. You could self-drive, get a hired car or take one of the state-operated bus services, but do account for the longer journey you’ll have to make. Though of course, there is a certain thrill to the experience. So now that you’re well-equipped with the details, it’s time to make this dream holiday come to life, with one of SOTCs fantastic all-inclusive or customised Rajasthan tour packages.
Jaipur and Kota railway stations are two of the most well-connected in all the country, so if you’re wondering how to reach Rajasthan by train, you’d likely alight at one of them. The journey itself is a beautiful one, like most train journeys of India. It is also a more economical option, without compromising on comfort. The only thing you’d have to consider is the added travel time.