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With new COVID-19 safety guidelines in effect, travel looks a little different at the moment. These are some helpful things to know before you head off to Rajasthan:
Before booking anything, check if any travel restrictions or bans apply — in both your destination and origin. Stay informed with the latest updates by checking government and airport websites.
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Avoid handing your boarding pass (paper or electronic) directly to a TSA officer. Rather, you should position the pass on the reader and then hold it up for inspection.
One container of liquid hand sanitizer is now permitted in your carry-on luggage. It must be no larger than 12 oz (350 ml), and you’ll need to take it out of your bag for X-ray scanning.
Empty everything from your pocket, like your wallet, keys and phone, and put them in your carry-on rather than into bins. This will reduce handling during the screening process.
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Book your ticket with IndiGo and then start planning your Rajasthan must-do list. This top carrier has 720 flights a month to Sanganer Airport (JAI), a key gateway.
One of the easiest ways to bag cheap tickets to Rajasthan is to be flexible with your dates. Search for your flights, then click “flexible dates” at the top of your results. It will bring up the cheapest prices for nearby days. The lowest price for a flight to Rajasthan in the last seven days was £37. Booking in advance will usually help you walk away with an even better deal.
The price of a round-trip airfare to Rajasthan in the last seven days fluctuated between £37 and £56. If you were heading one way out of Delhi (DEL), you could have picked up a low-cost fare from just £17.
Which airport you touch down at in Rajasthan depends on your point of origin and where you’re headed. Listed below are three of the top airports in the region:
Sanganer Airport (JAI) - 1462 flights per month.
Dabok Airport (UDR) - 316 flights per month.
Jodhpur Airport (JDH) - 221 flights per month.
Consider travelling early on in the week to book the best deal to Rajasthan. Tuesday is normally the cheapest day to fly, with Monday running a close second. Saturday typically has the highest fares. This is because lots of travellers prefer to start their trip on a weekend.
In the last seven days, seats to Rajasthan ranged between £37 and £56. Prices depend on multiple things, particularly the departure time, airline, seating class and when the fare is booked.
As travel bans start to lift, many airlines have resumed services with new strategies including physical distancing and staggered boarding and disembarkation. Here’s what numerous carriers are doing to help lessen the spread of COVID-19:
IndiGo - this airline is known for providing passenger masks and cleaning with disinfectant.
SpiceJet - this airline is known for providing passenger masks and cleaning with disinfectant.
Air India - this airline is known for cleaning with disinfectant and providing passenger masks.
With so many fascinating things to do and see in Jaipur District, it’s not surprising that most people start their Rajasthan escape in this vibrant city. Spend your first few days visiting famous attractions like Amber Fort before exploring some of this place’s lesser-known gems.
Jaipur District is known for its semi-arid climate. But before you set off, check out what the weather conditions will be like when you’re there. Dry, wet, hot or cold, it’s smart to be prepared!
Roughly 190 miles to the west of Jaipur District, Jodhpur District also deserves to be right at the top of your itinerary. Well-known sights in this city include Khichan Bird Sanctuary — don’t forget to pop it on your sightseeing list.
A great time to tour around Rajasthan, along with the top city of Jaipur District, is over the buzzing months of . Summer here starts June 20, and you can expect average temperatures of between 84Fº (29Cº) and 98Fº (37Cº) if you visit then. This warmer weather is perfect for strolling around this city’s sights.