Transportation In Rajasthan
Featuring as one of the most frequently visited destinations, Rajasthan is having an amazing cluster of transportation which connects the state with other state in the easiest way possible through almost all modes of transportation. With that the state is also having ample amount of local transportation that helps in making the daily life schedule of people easy.
Here are the details on the major modes of transportation with which you can travel to any place you like –
Being the largest Indian state, Rajasthan is nicely connected with other cities and states with numbers of flights. To travel through the major cities of Rajasthan it is advisable to travel through flights.
Metro cities of Mumbai and Delhi are having regular flights to Rajasthan. Foreign travellers can land at Mumbai or New Delhi airport. There are direct flights to Jaipur from countries such as Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Sharjah, Singapore and Dubai.
Journey through railways is the old way of transportation. Rajasthan is nicely connected with the world’s largest railway service. Four metropolitan cities of India, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai are nicely connected with all major cities and towns of Rajasthan. Luxury trains such as Palace on Wheels and Maharaja express are famous means of viewing the splendor of Rajasthan. These luxury trains will take you to the places such as Ramgarh, Mandawa, Nawalgarh, Gajner and Bikaner which are just to name a few.
Rajasthan with the passage of time has developed with finest roadways route which has make the transportation more easy and relaxing. Bikaner, Jaipur, Udaipur are nicely connected with New Delhi via roadways. The roads are good and well-maintained on which luxurious, deluxe, non-deluxe busses are running connecting Rajasthan with various other cities and states.
4. Local Transports
Taxicabs – With the availability of taxicabs service it is has become quite easy to travel through the cities and towns of the state. These taxicabs are also used for travelling around various cities.
Auto Rickshaws and Cycle Rickshaws – The cities and towns of the cities are filled with numerous of auto rickshaws and cycle rickshaws which are used for daily travelling. Auto rickshaws ply on basis of meter while cycle rickshaw are manually driven and are bit slower.
Tempos – Tempos are the extension of auto rickshaws. Tempos ply on a fixed-rate basis. Rates may vary according to distance covered.
Tongas – Though tonga culture is now almost extinct. The carriage of tongas is driven by horse. If you visit Rajasthan and get chance to enjoy the ride, do not miss it. Tonga ride will take you to the bygone kingly era of the state.