Tourism in Pali
Pali: A city of An Array of TemplesVery old and historically important pilgrim places like Parasuram Mahadev temple, Navalakha Temple, Nimbo Ka Nath and Adishwar Temple, Peer Dulhesah, Jaanrai Temple, Kubaj Samadhi, Rao Shiho Samadhi, Khutani Khetalaji Bheru Temple etc. are the prime attractions of Pali city. Navalakha Temple, which is also known as Naulakha temple, is a famous Jain temple in Pali and it is popular for its beautiful architecture. Devotees and tourists visit these temples at special occasions to enjoy the festivals as well as to take part in the rituals there.
Other Tourist places in PaliApart from the several beautiful temples located in Pali district, you can also find out many locations where you can visit at leisure. The heritage attractions in Pali such as Lakhotia Garden, Bangur Museum and Ranakpur Jain temples etc are the best examples for the places of leisure tourism. Bangur museum possesses rare collections of historical artifacts, royal costumes, antique coins and jewellery etc.
Lakhotia garden, which is situated in the heart of Pali city, has an ancient Shiva temple. Pali National Park is a must visited tourist place here, which is also known as ‘The Devil’s Lava Flow’. The mind-blowing waterwall at jawai Bandh also attracts numerous tourists. The step wells with beautiful intricate designs on steps are other tourist attractions in Pali. They are locally called as Baoris. Sojat is an important tourist attraction in Pali, as it is popular for its large-scale of cultivation of henna, which is a herbal plant used for temporary tattooing on skin.
Festivals in PaliThere are many fairs and festivals in Pali district in different times and most of them are related to different temples and pilgrim spots. Fodwar Festival, which is organized by district administration Pali and Department of Tourism, Rajasthan together, is one of the main festival here aimed tourists. Many tourists visit to watch the different folk dance and music performance of renowned artists in Rajasthan in this time. Jeep Safari, Camel Safari, Horse Safari etc are the other attractions of Godwar Festival. The other festivals like Khetlaji Fair, Parashuram Mahadev Fest, Peer Dulheshah Fest, Sheetala Mata fair, Gangaur fair, Nimbo Ka Nath fair etc also attracts several tourists to Pali.
Easy accessibility from all main parts of the country makes Pali city the popular tourist location in Rajasthan. Jodhpur Airport, which is just 72 km away from Pali is the nearest airport. Pali city is also connected to all major cities of Rajasthan with railways and roadways. You can also get private and Government bus services to all main cities of India from Pali. Different options like taxi, car, bus etc are available for local transportation in the city. Even though there are several hotels and resorts in Pali, you can surely find out a comfortable accommodation in the city at affordable rate. The restaurants in Pali also serve all types of food along with typical Rajasthani cuisines.
As Pali is located in the desert region, the climate here is dry with scorching heat. The summer season is very hot with maximum temperature of 46oC. So, you are advised to select winter months to plan an ideal trip to Pali. October to February is the best period to visit Pali.