Kota Good Destination backpackers in Rajasthan?

Is Kota Good Destination for backpackers in Rajasthan?

Are you the backpackers? And making a plan to visit and explore Kota Rajasthan? Is it a good Idea?

Let’s know about it-

About Kota-

Kota is famous for its rich history and culture. Other than Kota is also known as the educational capital of India. There are lots of places to visit and explore in Kota. Kota is world’s seventh most densely populated city with a population density of 12100 people per sq km, as per the World Economic Forum (WEF) citing UN-Habitat Data. Kota is approx. 550 km far away from New Delhi and you can easily reach there by Bus, Train or by Road.

Places to Explore in Kota Rajasthan-

  • Chambal Garden
  • Godavari Dham
  • Seven Wonder Park
  • Jag Mandir 
  • Kota Garh
  • Kota Bridge
  • Khade Ganesh ji Temple
  • Kota Zoo
  • Garadiya Mahadev Temple

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Is Kota Good Destination for Backpackers in Rajasthan?

Yes, it is a good destination for backpacking. You can do many things in Kota Rajasthan. You can stay in Kota in a budget price. You can do boating, Skiing from seven wonder park to Jag Mandir. You can enjoy your day by visiting Garadiya Mahadev Temple – An Untouched View of Nature of Rajasthan. There are not so much option of hostels in Kota. You can use city bus service also for transportation. You will find many places of attraction in Kota city. If you are a backpacker and want to do budget traveling to Kota, so it is also not so difficult. I explored whole Kota in just Rs 500.

Is Kota is safe for tourists and travelers?

Yes, Kota is safe for tourists, travelers or backpackers. I visited Kota and I explore all the tourist spots of Kota. I don’t feel that it is unsafe. Even it is safe for female solo traveler also.

How many days required to explore Kota Rajasthan?

If you are a backpacker and want to explore Kota in a single day, yes you can. One day is enough for exploring Kota Rajasthan.

 

My Backpacking Story of Kota, Rajasthan – Solo Traveling

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