Jaipur city tour package

Jaipur city tour package

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Pickup from Jaipur Airport / Railway Station / Bus Stand by placard carrying driver. Transfer to hotel for installation. Visit to Birla temple, Nahargarh Fort (sunset view over city). Evening visit “Chokhi Dhani” for Rajasthani traditional dinner with dance and music. Overnight stay at hotel.

After breakfast, excursion to Amber Fort and enjoy the elephant ride.. See the largest cannon on wheels in the world, and old cannon foundry at Jaigarh. Visit to the Kanak Vrindavan Temple in the valley of flowers.Drive through the Johari Bazaar or the old jeweler’s market to Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds). Visit the various museums inside the City Palace and the ancient observatory, Jantar Mantar. Evening free for your independent activities.

Tourist Places: Amber Fort, Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar

Breakfast at Hotel.Visit to Sanganer or Bagru Towns, famous for their block prints.
Afternoon free for shopping or your own activities.Drop at Airport / Railway Station / Bus Stand.

Hotel accommodation for this tour

Hotel which have been tested in the past by us and are good value of money (subject to availability).

City    Heritage Hotels
Jaipur    Hotel Umaid Bhawan / Umaid Mahal / Similar

Transport for this Tour
01 to 03 people - Medium sized cars - Indian make cars like Ambassador or Tata Indica with one baggage each
01 to 05 people - Large cars - Toyota Innova/Qualis or GM Tavera with one baggage each
06 to 09 people – Tempo Traveller Mini Van with 8 to 9 seats
08 to 14 people – Small coaches with 18 seats
15 to 32 people – Coaches with 27 or 35 seats
All the vehicles are air-conditioned

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Included in the Tour

Accommodation on double / twin sharing basis
2 Nights in the above mentioned / similar hotels.
Breakfast in the respected Hotel during the tour.
Elephant ride at jaipur.
Rajasthani dinner at ethnic village “Chokki Dhani” at Jaipur.
English speaking guide at all palaces visit the local sightseeing tour.
All Transfers and Sightseeing throughout the tour by an individual Air Conditioned vehicle with English Speaking Driver.
Driver Accommodation and Food
Toll Tax and Parking
All currently applicable taxes

Excluded in the Tour

Any kind of personal expenses such as monument Fees, laundry, telephone bills and alcoholic beverages. Camera fees (still or movie).
Anything not specified in the itinerary
Entrance charges to places of interest & monuments.
Any flight Charges.
Unspecified meals etc.
5.15% service tax

Jaipur, popularly known as the "Pink City" is a city full of architectural marvels. Visit this place along with your family and friends because Jaipur is going to turn their cheeks pink for sure!

Located in the deserts of India in Rajasthan, is its capital, the 1st planned city of India, Jaipur. The city popularly known as the pink city was constructed on 18 November 1727 by the emperor of Amber-Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. The entire city is armored by a fortified wall which encompasses it and is shielded by seven gates.

The Pink City
The principles of Shilpa Sastra on Indian Architecture can be very well realized in the buildings of Jaipur. Jaipur is outstanding among contemporary Indian cities for the width and reliability of its streets. In 1853 the whole city was painted pink to welcome the Prince of Wales!


The Hawal Mahal
Jaipur is a hotspot for forts, palaces, temples, monuments and even gardens. The magnificent Hawa Mahal is a royal treat for the eyes. Hawa Mahal the “Palace of Winds” or the “Palace of Breeze” is distinctive in its five-story exterior which is analogous to the honeycomb of beehive with its 953 small windows called jharokhas that are adorned with intricate lattice work. The cooling effect in the chambers is provided by the breeze passing through the small windows of the façade. This is enhanced by the fountains located at the centre of the chambers. The panoramic sight from the roof of the palace is unimaginably beautiful. The bazaar on the east side will remind you of the avenues of Paris!

Forts in Jaipur
The Nahargarh fort is a breath taking destination in Jaipur. The fort soars on a steep rocky face with massive walls and bastions. This small fort also known as Tiger fort (Nahar: Tiger, Garh: fort) provides an eagle’s-eye view of Jaipur, spread all around it. Another brainchild of Jai Singh Pratap to be appreciated is the Jantar Mantar meaning the ‘instruments for measuring the harmony of the heavens’. This whole monument is built in stone with marble facing! Forts worth watching in Jaipur are the Jaigarh Fort ‘Fort of Victory’ the walls of whose spread three kilometers, the Amber Fort and the city palace.


Your Jaipur travel is unfinished if you don’t engage yourself in shopping expedition! There are copious shopping bazaars and malls like crystal Palm, Triton mall, MGF metropolitan and Apex hall. Hand-made camel leather products like jutis, sandals, bags and toys are aesthetic souvenirs you can find in Bappu Bazaar and Nehru Bazaar. You can take home from the tribal stalls beautifully knitted embroidery skirts with mirror work on them or traditionally white Rajasthani Kurtha’s and pants which are blissful to wear during summer!

Planning your trip
Importantly, remember to pack your bags for two days. One day for visiting all the forts and palaces. Half-a-day for seeing the parks, gardens and monuments after which you can tickle you taste buds with spicy Mawa Kachori and Mirchi Bada and enjoy the aroma and sweet taste of Dal Batti Churma. And it’s worth spending a whole day for shopping and souvenir purchase. If you are traveling with a family of four then your stay in Jaipur could cost you as much as 8000 INR.

The apt time to visit Jaipur is between October to March when the temperature is pleasant and comfortable. However, if you want to see the real India you must experience the majestic festivals! Watch the sky filled with multi colored kites during the Kite Festival on January 14. The Teej festival which celebrates the arrival of monsoon is widely celebrated in India, but its charisma can be found only in Jaipur during July and August. The Gangaur festival, Shitla Mata Fair and Chaksu Fair are other important festivals of Jaipur.


Getting there
You can reach Jaipur by airways, railways or on wheels. Sanganeer airport has domestic flights connecting Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, Jodhpur, Udaipur and Ahmedabad. On tracks Jaipur is well connected with Mumbai, Agra, Delhi, Chennai, Jodhpur, Udaipur and Bikaner. Regular bus service connects Jaipur through AC and Deluxe coaches.

All this shopping and roaming around will unquestionably get you hungry and tired. Don’t panic. Getting a cab in Jaipur is child’s play or you could even try the camel ride! Rickshaw is another cheap option. Moreover you can mingle with the Rajasthani crowd by traveling in public transport busses! There are number of hotels which provide comfortable stay as well as match your budget. Jaipur is famous for its heritage hotels, five star hotels and many other budget hotels. Budget hotels come in range of 1000 to 2000 INR per day for a room. Some heritage hotels cost the same.


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