|Best Jaipur Tour Itinerary
||No. of Days
|Jaipur Honeymoon Tour
||02 Nights / 03 Days
|Enchanting Jaipur Tour Package
||03 Nights / 04 Days
||Rs. 12, 980
|Best of Jaipur Tour
||04 Nights / 05 Days
||Rs. 16, 100
|5 Day Exotic Jaipur Package
||05 Nights / 06 Days
||Rs. 19, 720
|Amazing Jaipur Tour
||05 Nights / 06 Days
||Rs. 20, 480
About Travel to Jaipur
Jaipur is known as the pink city that reminds you of a royal state that is covered with monuments and palaces that had been once ruled by the Rajpur kings for many centuries since the 17th century AD. Jaipur is part of the Golden Triangle which is why it holds historical relevance. It maintains its old charm with the pink colors surrounded by the walls and gates decorated by the art and crafts. It is marked as one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites including the Amer Fort and Jantar Mantar along with forts, palaces, museums, and temples. There are a lot of bazaars pertaining to the local items like jewelry, trinkets, and much more that are available at Bapu Bazaar, Tripolia Bazaar, and Johri Bazaar. Jaipur is one of the largest cities in India that leaves its travelers spellbound with the delicacies, forts, palaces, culture, and royalty. If you wish to travel to Jaipur, then the best time that can pay a visit is during the months of winter season that is from October to March ranging from 8 to 32-degree celsius from night to day. Monsoon make the weather humid and summers are too hot and scorching where you will feel uncomfortable amidst the unbearable heat.
Best time to visit Jaipur
Before migrating to any place, you must be aware of the best time that you must opt for the same. Similarly, when you have booked one of the Jaipur Tour Packages for Jaipur, you must know that the best time to travel to the place is not during summers for they are extremely hot and dry, but during the winters that is in the month of January where you can attend both the Kite festival and Literature festival.
How to reach Jaipur?
For reaching Jaipur, you must take either a flight, train or travel via road to the place from place you can easily commute.
If you are taking a flight to the place, then Jaipur (Sanganer) Airport is the nearest which connects you to the place from all the major cities in India.
On the other hand, if you wish to travel to Jaipur via train, then Shatabdi Express connects you to the place from all the major parts of India.
If you are hailing from the cities like New Delhi, Kota, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Udaipur, Vadodara, and Ajmer, then The Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation runs deluxe buses and luxury transportation.
Top Sightseeing Spots to Explore in Jaipur
You can count on all the favorite spots that offer you an exotic view of the place when you are out on a tour in Jaipur. Here are some of the most exquisite places that you must not miss out on:
Amer Fort is located 11 km away from the city center of Jaipur and is a magnificent fort that is built with great ideas of art and architecture, on the top of the hill. From here, you can also count on the maotha Lake for sightseeing purposes.
The City Palace is another spot in Jaipur that is 4 km away from the city center that is one of the best palaces since the times of history. It includes the Chandra Mohan and Mubarak Mahal that is located towards the northeastern side of Jaipur.
Hawa Mahal is another beautiful location that is 4 km away from the city center that is located at an intersection of the main road in Jaipur. It is known for the architecture and vibrant colors, built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh.
Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is another tourist attraction that you can pay a visit to, after moving 4 km away from the city. This is the largest stone astronomical observatory, in the world that is located in Jaipur.
Nahargarh Fort is situated on the outskirts of Jaipur and is thus a great example of a rich cultural heritage because of its style of architecture. You will be getting an alluring view of the whole city from this place that was built in 1734 and is a perfect place to declare Jaipur as the Pink city.
Chokhi Dhani: If you want to explore the luxurious culture of Jaipur, then you must pay a visit to Chokhi Dhani that is located on the Tonk Road. You get nestled in the ancient traditions and art of Rajasthan with a myriad of artworks and folk dances awaiting you.
Albert Hall Museum: If you are fond of history, then make your way to the Albert Hall Museum which holds rich work of ivory, metal, stone, crystal and so on.
The Top Restaurants in Jaipur
- Chokhi Dhani
- Four Seasons
- Bake Hut
- Copper Chimney
- OM Revolving Restaurant
- Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar
- Kanji Sweets and Restaurant
The Best Foods to Explore in Jaipur
Golgappa: Also known as paani puri and phuchka which is an utterly popular dish all over India
Pyaaz Kachori: If you are in Jaipur you must tuck-in pyaaz kachori, dal kachori, aloo bonda, samosa, and Mirchi vada
Kathi Rolls: All chicken lovers can grab a roll at AI Bake fro shawarma to tikka.
Other than these, the most popular local cuisines of Rajasthan include the Rajasthani Thali, Dal Baati Churma, ghevar (sweet dish), kachoris, balushahi (sweet) and laal maas.
Which are the Shopping Hubs in Jaipur?
Being the capital state of Rajasthan, Jaipur is a vigilant vacation spot that has numerous shopping items and places to hop.
Johari Bazaar: If you want to purchase one of the biggest gemstones and jewelry of various designs, then call out for Johari Bazaar on any day of the week.
Tripolia Bazaar: From bangles to lac jewelry, you get it all of a plethora of designs right at Tripolia Bazaar. Textiles sold here include Bandini and other dye and embroidered fabrics.
Chandpol Bazaar: If you want to purchase some traditional items in Jaipur from turbans to shoes and handicrafts to wooden sculptures, then choose the ideal one-stop-shop that is the Chandpol market.
Kishanpol Bazaar: At the best affordable rates, vouch for the street shopping for souvenirs at the Kishanpol Bazaar for your favorite people and also for yourself.