Duration: 8 Hours
We will start our trip to Jaipur early in the morning. Our assignee will pick you up from your preferred location. Our cab drivers are certified drivers and will take full care of their client.
Our trip will start from our first spot that is Amber Fort.
Amber Fort and Palace:
Build by Raja Man Singh, you can witness the most blissful scenic vies at Amber Fort. The huge walls of Amber Fort are made up of red sandstone and white marbles and are worth visiting once. You can have elephant ride for a tour of Amber Fort.
Hawa Mahal: Wind Palace
Hawa Mahal is one of the most renowned and amazing places to be known in Jaipur. Constructed by Sawai Pratap Singh this Palace of Flurry is an amazing artifact for the natural air conditioning with walls made up of red sandstone.
In order to witness the far-reaching sight of the whole Jaipur city then Nahargarh Fort a must to visit. Framed by Jai Singh II Nahargarh Fort has some prestigious royal display. Wards in the Fort are delicately painted with some royal arts and are connected via a single alley. Night shows at Nahargarh Fort are worth watching.
Jal Mahal is an ancient palace situated at a water body. It is built during the time when Rajputs were ruling the state. It is situated at Man Sagar Lake it has an amusing architecture which brings the Mughal and Rajputs era altogether. The water of the Man Sagar lake gives the scenic view of Aravalli Hills during the night when the light show is held at the Palace.
In order to witness the essence of real Rajasthan, you must visit City Palace which consists of an entire history of emperors who ruled the state and the architectural view of their ancient kingdom. You can get clicked wearing cultural Rajasthani attire at city palace as well.
Chokhi Dhani is a traditional resort in Jaipur where you can have a feel of all the cultural rituals of Rajasthan. This resort has been fully based on the lifestyle of the typical rural areas of Rajasthan.
Constructed by Diwan Rao Kriparam, Galtaji is a famous temple to go in Jaipur. People usually visit this religious place during Deepawali and Makar Sankranti.