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Jodhpur is known as the "Sun City" for its sunny weather throughout the year. Being on the edge of Thar Desert, the climate of Jodhpur is dry and very hot. There are large variations in the temperature here round the year. Jodhpur will be as hot as 42 degrees Celsius and with hot winds in summers (March to May) while winters (December and January) have temperature as low as 15 degree C. During winter, days are warm and nights are cold. June to September is monsoon here, but with very little rain fall. The best season to visit Jodhpur is from October to March, as the scorching rays of sun are less during this time. 

How To Reach

By Road:

Jodpur is easily accessible by road through a highway connecting the city and Jaisalmer via Pokaran and Agoli. This highway is linked with other North Indian cities like Jaipur, Ajmer, Jaisalmer, Delhi, Agra, Udaipur and Ahmedabad. Jodhpur is located 335 kms West to Jaipur and 220km from Ajmer. Distance between Delhi and Jaipur is 593 kms.

By Air:

Jodhpur airport is directly connected with Jaipur, Udaipur, Delhi and Mumbai with daily flights. 

By Rail:

The city is well connected with railway lines and has regular trains to major cities of India like Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai.


If hills and beaches do not appeal you, here is a place with a difference. Spice up your days with shades of heritage and culture at Jodhpur, the city of royalty. The rich heritage and majestic ambience of Jodhpur will definitely leave you spell bound.


Jodhpur is a popular North Indian tourist destination famous for its forts, palaces, museums, temples and desert landscape. If you are a keen traveler who enjoys a ride through the glorious history and romance of Indian kingdoms, Jodhpur is the place to be.


The city offers endless unique experiences for travellers. The architectural marvels, historical museums, ruins and the beautifully landscaped gardens of Jodhpur are a visual treat. Many palaces, traditional forts and grand structures in Jodhpur have been turned into hotels for travellers to get soaked in the realms of tradition and luxury.


Discover the adventurous side of Rajasthan here by spending a night in desert tents enjoying campfire and local music. You can enjoy camel safari which will be a rare expedition. Jodhpur offers great relaxing moments too, at its beautiful lake sides and safari parks where you can indulge in boating enjoy the beautiful landscape.


If you are visiting the ‘Sun City’ during a festival time, you may get soaked in its rich culture and colours. Almost every season here is accompanied with a colouful festival.


When on a shopping spree do not forget to take home the handicrafts and textiles of Rajasthan, especially the Jodhpuri suits, jootis (chappals) and accessories.