The unassailable Mehrangarh Fort, is one of the largest forts in India. As imposing as it is, as a well potted heritage monument, there's so much more to discover inside. It also has the only professional museum shop in India. The Fort is also an reminiscent setting for music festivals.
Those who loves Adventure can't ignore this only one of its kind opportunity to go zip-lining with Mehrangarh Fort as the background. The circuit has six zip lines and takes around 1.5 hours to complete. Groups of up to 12 people depart at appointed times.
This tomb was built in 1899 and has intricately crafted empty commemorative tomb. It has white marble lattice screens and quirky domes. The inside is decked out with portraits of Ranthore rulers. It's a nonviolent rest to relax and enjoy dramatic views of the Fort and city.
The Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park was constructed in 2006, with the aim of restoring the likely ecology of a large rocky wilderness area behind to the Fort. Abandoned for many years, it was overrun by an all-encompassing thorny shrub. It's motivating to travel around at different times of the year, as its plant life changes with the seasons.
Without Visting the Old City a trip to Jodhpur wouldn't be complete. Which has the famous landmark, the clock tower, stands at the heart of it -- and it's still working and beyond that there is a Sadar Market retains a customary village bazaar feel.
The magnificent Umaid Bhawan Palace, finished in 1944 and considered as one of the last great palaces to be built in India till now. The royal family of Jodhpur still occupies a section of it. Most of the remnants has been rehabilitated into a deluxe palace hotel and unluckily, it's off-limits to any person who's not staying there.
Spice Paradise is a famous spice shop that's run by a sympathetic husband and wife. They also conduct Indian cooking classes, which are hugely popular with foreigners, in their humble kitchen.
If you love Indian sweets, then you'll definitely want to visit the iconic Janta Sweet Home, renowned for making some of the best treats in Jodhpur. They are really fresh and delicious, and the range is huge.
Sambhali Boutique is the ideal place to pick up some stunning, top quality, Jodhpur handicrafts and clothing, all made by underprivileged women who are trained, engaged and employed by the Sambhali Trust.
There's an old fort, assorted collection of temples and cenotaphs, and a small museum, in the Mandore Gardens. It could be a actually good-looking sightseer spot if it was properly maintained. If you love monkeys, you'll find plenty there.