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When & How


The best time to visit Jodhpur is from November to March, when the days are pleasant and the nights are chilly. Even during these months the days can be fairly warm with temperatures sometimes hitting 25 degrees. Do not even think of visiting in the summer months (June, July, August)­—that’s when the desert sun is at its most unforgiving.

The Rajasthan International Folk Festival is held in Mehrangarh Fort every year in October (tentatively), and would be a good time to plan your visit. Jodhpur is also home to the World Sacred Spirit festival (a Sufi festival) which takes place in the Mehrangarh Fort (and Nagaur) in February

How to get there

By air: Jodhpur has a small airport that services very few flights, and only to and from Delhi and Mumbai.

By rail: Jodhpur Junction is the busiest railway station in the city and has daily as well as weekly trains to various parts of the country, connecting major cities like Delhi, Mujmbai, Chennai, Bangalore and Kolkata.

By bus: Jodhpur is connected by bus to several cities and towns in Rajasthan, and to Delhi. Jodhpur is about 600 km from Delhi and is approximately 12 hours away. RSRTC’s Volvo buses are a good option, if you’re planning to take a bus, though the long journey can be tiring.

Getting around

The best way to get around Jodhpur is to take an auto to the Old City, and then make your way around on foot. The narrow lanes of the old city do accommodate autos, and even cars, but only barely, and it’s much easier to walk here.

Do remember to haggle with auto drivers. It’s unlikely that you’ll find a metered auto to take you, though they do exist.