October- November are generally considered as the best season to visit Rajasthan. The atmosphere is very enjoyable during this time. Afternoons can be very hot with temperatures as high as 32°C and the nights are pleasant with an average low of 12°C. Please don't miss to check What to Bring section before you pack your bag.
How to reach Bikaner
Founded in 1488 CE by Rao Bika, Bikaner is the fourth largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan. Popularly called as the camel country, the city is known for the best riding camels in the world. Some of the city’s main tourist attractions include Junagarh Fort, Lalgadh Palace, Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary, Devi Kund, Camel Breeding Farms and Karni Mata Temple. When it comes to connectivity, Bikaner is well-connected to almost all other major cities of India by air, road and rail.
Nal Airport is 13 kms from Bikaner. You can take direct flight from Delhi and Jaipur to reach Bikaner by air.
Bikaner Junction and Lalgarh Railway Station are located at a distance of 6 km from each other. These two stations connect Bikaner to major Indian cities such as Delhi, Punjab, Jodhpur, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Guwahati.
List of trains arriving at Bikaner junction
Regular buses from Delhi, Jodhpur, Agra, Ajmer, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Udaipur and Kota are available for Bikaner. You can avail either state-owned government buses or private buses, depending on your budget.
Means of transport in Bikaner include Taxis, Auto-rickshaws and Tongas. Taxi stand is near the main railway station. Auto-rickshaws are best suited for the narrow lanes of the old city. You can also explore Bikaner with a bicycle.