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Located near the Thar Desert, Bikaner experiences typical tropical climate that gets too hot and sundry in the summers and cold in the winters. The summer season from April to July is the hot and dry with receding water levels and dry heat making it difficult for tourists. The monsoon rains from July to September bring much needed relief from the dry heat but rising humidity levels can be sapping for overseas travelers. The best time to visit Bikaner is the winter season from October to February when the temperatures are moderate with minimum temperatures dropping to nearly 8 degrees Celsius while average temperatures ranging between 15 to 20 degrees. 

How To Reach

By Road:

Bikaner is well connected with other cities across Rajasthan with wide lane national highways offering a good driving experience for the travelers. Driving distance from New Delhi to Bikaner is 456 Km while state capital of Jaipur is located at a distance of 334 Kms. The popular city of Jaisalmer lies at a distance of 333 Kms from Bikaner.

By Air:

Bikaner does not have a functional airport and the nearest airport is located in Jodhpur which is at a distance of 256 Kms from Bikaner. The Jodhpur airport is well connected to other cities of Rajasthan including Jaipur and also offers daily flights from Delhi and Mumbai.

By Rail:

Bikaner has a well connected railway station with daily trains running from New Delhi in the north to Mumbai in the South west. Regular train services are also available between Bikaner to Kolkata, Jaipur and Allahabad. The railway station has good cab and bus services for the tourists for excursions and can be hired on a per day basis to travel within the city.



Bikaner is a desert town near the mighty Thar Desert in an ancient city founded in 1488 by Rao Bikaji. Known for its hard terrains and rocky scrubland, the city of Bikaner is located on an elevated plain in the desert. Bikaner occupied an important position on the ancient caravan routes. It served as a prime trading center to the merchants coming from West and Central Asia. Bikaner is known for its immensely beautiful architectural monuments showcasing the blend between Rajput and Mughals giving a great insight to the medieval magnificence of the region. Being located near the Thar, Bikaner is also renowned for providing best riding camels in the world.


As much as it’s famous for its camels and camel rides, Bikaner is synonymous with traditional Rajasthani gourmet delights. The favorite snack of Bikaner is the Bikaner Bhujia which is a crispy and spicy snack that has spread its wings across the world. For the spicy food lovers, Bikaner offers mouth watering delicacies including Samosa and Kachori while the popular sweet dish of Sankhla kulfi, Kesar kulfi make it a surreal dining experience.


Shopping enthusiasts are recommended to try the wooden and glass beaded handicrafts of Bikaner which underline the city's ancient heritage of the city. Handicrafts made of Lacquer and ivory are also very popular in Bikaner with shops selling souvenirs and traditional Rajasthani apparels across the city.


Modern Day Bikaner is a major trade center for wool, stones and grain making it one of the most vibrant business cities of Rajasthan. Due to its tourist importance, Bikaner has a vast variety of hotels from luxury to budget catering to the travelers across the board.