Head to some of the tourist attractions in Rajsamand. The Rajsamand Lake is one place to start.
When it comes to getting the most from your travels, it's worth remembering that Rajsamand is merely just the start; Rajasthan is dotted with natural and man-made attractions. While here, consider a trip to the Nathdwara Temple and Haldighati Museum in Nathdwara, some 10 miles (16 kilometers) to the north of Rajsamand.
While you are here in Rajsamand, don't forget to enjoy Udaipur. Approximately 35 miles (56 kilometers) away, this regional transport and shopping hub is where you can find Jag Mandir, Sunset Park and Bharatiya Lok Kala Museum. Ahar Museum, Gulab Bagh and Sukhadia Circle are also good spots for a visit while you are in Udaipur.
If the weather means you don't want to be outside, plan a trip to Rajasthan's history museums. History buffs will adore Rajasthan's fabulous historic palaces, historic mansions and fortresses.
For those who like to get wet, plan to enjoy some watersports. Water skiing is popular with locals and tourists and another popular watersport on offer is boating. Exploring places you've never been can bring out the daredevil in travelers. If you are feeling brave, have a go at hot air ballooning.
The handiest major airport, Dabok Airport, is located in Udaipur, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the south of Rajsamand, which is handy to remember when booking your trip.