Jaipur Day Tours

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Jaipur Day Tour

Beautiful Pink City of Rajasthan The three hill forts and several palaces in the city of Jaipur, which was formerly the capital of a ruling family, are major tourist attractions.

The bazaars of Jaipur, also known as the Pink City because of the tint of the stone that is only found in the walled city, sell embroidered leather shoes, blue ceramics, tie-dye scarves, and other unique goods. In the centre of the Thar desert, which has moulded its history, culture, and architecture, Western Rajasthan itself makes for an easy loop.

One-day tours in Jaipur are available through Travelite Taj Tours. You will get the chance to explore some of the most well-known and stunning locations in Jaipur, such as Nahargarh, Jaigarh, Amer, JalMahal, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, etc. Your budget is accommodated with our one-day Jaipur sightseeing tour packages. For your visit to Jaipur, we include a car rental service in our trip package.

Places To Visit In Jaipur

Jaipur is located around 11 km away from Amber, which is called Amer. Prior to the Kachwahas of Amber moving their capital to the plains, to what is now Jaipur, the area is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The palace is a stunning fusion of Hindu and Mughal design, set among rocky hills. The palace, which was erected as a strong, secure shelter against approaching foes, was started by Raja Man Singh I in 1592 and finished by Mirja Raja Jai Singh.

The City Palace Complex, which is concealed away inside the walled city, was designed and constructed by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, who founded Jaipur. The last ruling royal family still resides at the palace, which is a stunning blend of Mughal and Rajput architecture, in a secluded area. The majority of the constructions are ascribed to Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, but other kings also added to them. The Mubarak Mahal (the palace of reception) and the Maharani’s Palace (the palace of the queen) are both parts of the City Palace Complex.

The Jantar Mantar in Jaipur, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is said to be the biggest of the five astrological observatories constructed by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur. It has sixteen geometrical instruments that can monitor celestial bodies, measure time, and watch the planets’ motions around the sun. Additionally, it houses the Interpretation Centre, which enlightens visitors on the history and operating principles of the observatory.
The poet king Sawai Pratap Singh constructed the Hawa Mahal, also known as the Palace of Winds, in 1799 as a summer residence for himself and his family. The women of the royal household may witness daily life there without being seen themselves. The outside of this unusual five-story building, which combines elements of Hindu and Islamic architecture and contains small latticed windows known as jharokhas, is meant to evoke the crown of Lord Krishna. The palace’s windows act as a type of air conditioner, circulating cold air throughout the building and making it the ideal getaway during the heat.
The Victoria and Albert Museum in London served as the model for this structure, giving rise to its name. Ram Niwas Garden’s heart is home to the magnificently constructed Albert Hall. The Prince of Wales lay the foundation stone for the structure in 1876, and Sir Swinton Jacob, the brains behind many other palaces in Rajasthan, conceptualised and constructed it employing Indo-Sarcenic architectural traditions.
An stunning northern background to the city of Jaipur is provided by the Nahargarh Fort, which is boldly perched on a hill of the Aravalli Hills. It was built in 1734, under Jai Singh’s rule, and later enlarged in 1868. Nahargarh, which means “abode of tigers,” was a strong fortress that protected Jaipur from invading foes. The fort contains Madhavendra Bhawan, where the royal family spends their summer vacations. The palace, which was built by Sawai Madho Singh, features 12 identical boudoirs for the queens, with a suite for the king at the top of the building. 
Jaigarh Fort, about 15 miles from Jaipur, was erected in the early 18th century by Sawai Jai Singh II amidst the dry, stony, and thorn-scrub filled hills. Despite its age, it preserves the most of its towering fortress look. At the fort, visitors may observe the world’s biggest cannon, Jaiban.

The exquisite Jal Mahal or Lake Palace is one of Jaipur’s most attractive sites. The pale, sand-colored stone walls contrast well with the vivid blue of the lake. The palace appears to float in the middle of Man Sagar Lake, where travellers may admire its exquisite exteriors.


The Jaipur International Airport is called Sanganer Airport. There are domestic flight connections to and from Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Jodhpur, Udaipur and several other places. There are also international flights from Jaipur to Dubai, Muscat, Singapore & Bangkok as well.
A convenient way to travel to Jaipur is by road. Regular service of AC and Deluxe buses is available from all major cities in Rajasthan.
Jaipur is connected via rail from all major cities including Delhi, Agra, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, etc.
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