In the month of July, there is a slight drop in temperature as compared to hottest June. Therefore, Rajasthan gets some relief from the scorching sun. Pre-monsoon showers tend to place some greenery that excites tourists to discover Rajasthan. Udaipur and Jaipur are certain places, which starts to get tourists after a bright summer season. The state will record a high humidity during July. People in the Rajasthan would welcome monsoon with some festivals such as Teej Festival that usually falls in the religious month of Shravan. Further, tourists can benefit from watersports offered in various lakes of Rajasthan. Places like Sariska Tiger Reserve and Ranthambore National Park let tourists explore the massive wildlife of Rajasthan.