Deeg Tourism

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Ideal Duration : 1 day Best Time : September to March
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Deeg Tourism Located in close vicinity to the city of Bharatpur, Deeg is a small town in the state of Rajasthan. Founded by Maharaja Suraj Mahal in the 18th century, Deeg served as the summer resort to the Royal family. Popular for its magnificent palaces, exquisite fortifications and desi bazaars, the town is an escape from the regular din of city life. You can soak in the rural landscape and laze in the culture. Not far from here is also located the famous Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary which is a must visit. Most of the travellers go on a vacation in the search of a break from their regular lives, some seek a change of culture and not just relief, Deeg could be one such place. Away from the huge crowd, it is a small and peaceful village with unbeatable landscape and opportunities to see the wonderful play of nature. Some kilometres away is Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, where you can find rare species of birds. Back in Deeg, you can spend a day lazing in the rural backdrop, living the desi way and enjoying the change in lifestyle. Download Deeg PDF Guide > What's Great? Economical place, less polluted. What's not so Great? Extremely hot in summers, not much developed yet. For Whom Deeg, though small in size, is perfect for history and art lovers. Tourists visiting Rajasthan can visit this city for its magnificent Havelis. Being close to cities like Agra, Delhi, Mathura and Jaipur, it can be a perfect for a short getaway.

The city of Havelis The town of Deeg in north Bharatpur is known for its forts and palaces which highlight the glory of the Jaat empire. The main attraction of this city, known to have been traversed by Lord Krishna on his Parikrama, are the magnificent Havelis which are sure to impart a royal feel to the tourists and lead them through the pages of a history book. The beauty of the town is further increased manifolds during fairs and festivals when the forts come to life along with the famous 900 fountains.

One Day Itinerary Day 1-Explore the magnificent Deeg Palace, built in the 18th century. Overnight stay in a Haveli.Day 2-Visit the Keoladeo National Park or Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, a UNESCO Heritage Site about 30 km away from Deeg.

Restaurants and Local Food in Deeg There aren't any great food joints or restaurants here. Roadside tea and snacks stalls are a must try. Having locally prepared chai - biscuit right in front of the Deeg fort, admiring the perfection of this beauty is pure bliss. View 3 Restaurants in Deeg >>

Sep-Maris the best time to visit Deeg Summers in Deeg are harsh with temperatures soaring as high as 50 degrees Celcius. As rain sets in, the city experiences relief from the scorching sun. The winters, though chilly in the evenings, come with pleasant mornings and make it a good time to visit Deeg. It is best to visit Deeg during the three-day fair which is held in September as the joy of the city is unmatchable then. The city fort is decorated so well and the entire city is wrapped in the mood of joy and celebrations. Weather in Deeg Loading... Deeg in Summer (April - June) The high temperature in the summers makes sightseeing difficult in this season. As the number of tourists goes down this season, the rush and price of haveli stay decreases. Deeg in Monsoon (July - September) Monsoon is the perfect time to see Deeg as the city lights up to several festivals and fairs like the three-day fair in the month of September. Deeg in Winter (October - March) The moderate sunlight and pleasant climate in October makes a trip to the Deeg Palace enjoyable. Tourists may plan a trip at this time for an enjoyable stay in the cosy Havelis. Monthly Weather in Deeg Month Avg. Minimum (°C) Avg. Maximum (°C) January 9 21 February 12 26 March 17 31 April 24 39 May 27 40 June 28 39 July 27 33 August 27 33 September 26 34 October 21 34 November 14 29 December 11 24

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