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Jaipur trip package

Jaipur Trip Package 3 Day

Plan your Jaipur trip package for 3 days with us and explore Jaipur like a local from the great historical sights to a hidden 18th-century temple and a 1000-year-old carved stepwell. Enjoy a walk through the local markets, flower market, and backstreets & alleys. If you are looking to book the tour including the hotel, do check out our special disucount prices for your Jaipur trip package and choose from the luxury to traditional heritage hotels.

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Day 1 - Jaipur Arrival and Private Guided Tour

On arrival at Jaipur airport /rail station, you'll be met and chauffeured to the hotel. Today we'll tour Royal Gaitor Tumbas where the former Maharajas of Jaipur are entombed. The chhatris (cenotaphs), made of white marble display the distinctive Rajput style of architecture. The crematorium is located in the middle of yellow sandstone hills. The décor and extravagance of a particular chattri is meant to reflect the stature and prowess of the ruler it contains. The most graceful and beautiful chattri at Gaitor is that of Maharaja Jai Singh with 20 carved pillars. Tourists are especially drawn towards it because of its intricate carvings.

Later, we'll drive to Nahargarh Fort which sits proudly on a ridge of the Aravalli Hills, creating an impressive northern backdrop to the city of Jaipur. Nahargarh means abode of tigers. The palace has 12 matching boudoirs for the queens, at the head of which is a suite for the king. They are all connected by corridors decorated with delicate murals. The fort looks brilliant when floodlit at night. Overlooking the city, it presents a glittering view of the city lights. Transferred back at the hotel. (visit to Nahargarh fort is subject to time available depending on your arrival and sunset view is subject to favorable weather conditions ).

Day 2 - Full Day Private Sightseeing in Jaipur

This morning embark on a tour to visit the spectacular Amber Fort- a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The palace, located in craggy hills, is a beautiful melange of Hindu and Mughal styles. Made entirely of red sandstone and white marble, visitors are left spellbound by the magnificence of the palace that utilises carvings, precious stones and mirrors. The splendour of the palace is enhanced by the breath-taking vista of the Maota Lake in front.

Our next stop is Panna Meena stepwell- The beautiful 16th-century stepwell lies in the shadow of a famous fortress. Panna Meena stepwell is a square-shaped stepwell, with adjoining stairs on all four sides and a room on the northern wall. It is considred to be one of the best photgraphy spots in Jaipur. Continue the tour as we head to Water Palace( Jal Mahal). One of the most wonderful sights in Jaipur. The light, sand coloured stone walls and the water make for a wonderful contrast. The palace appears to float in the centre of Man Sagar Lake, where its magnificent exteriors can be enjoyed by tourists.

Back to Jaipur city center to visit the City Palace Museum- located deep within the walled city, its a beautiful fusion of Mughal and Rajput architecture, the palace is still home to the last ruling royal family which lives in a private section of the palace. The City Palace museum displays a vast and unique collection of royal costumes and very well-preserved Rajput weaponry, some dating back to the 15th century.

We will then drive to Hawa Mahal ( The Palace of Winds). It served as a place where the ladies of the royal household could observe everyday life without being seen themselves. This unique five-storey structure is a blend of Hindu and Islamic architecture.

A short drive take you to Jantar-Mantar. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is considered to be the largest of the five astronomical observatories. It contains sixteen geometric devices, designed to measure time, track celestial bodies and observe the orbits of the planets around the sun. Transfer back to the hotel.

Day 3 - Abhaneri Stepwell, Monkey Temple and walking tour of Old Jaipur city

This morning we're off to an hour drive to Abhaneri village to visit a 1,000-year-old carved Chand Baori stepwell. These ancient wells were crucial for storing water during the extremely dry months that follow the torrential seasonal monsoons. With 3,500 steps and 13 levels that descend nearly 65 feet, Chand Baori is one of India’s deepest and most beautifully carved step-wells. The sort of the architectural art what local went into constructing it, deserves some great appreciation.

Later, drive back to Jaipur to admire an 18th-century ancient monkey temple. Hemmed inside a narrow gorge, squeezed between cliffs in a rocky valley, it is a desolate place. It is also known as the Galtaji. An amazing refuge away from the vibrant and noisy Jaipur.The temple is straight out of the jungle book with elaborate carvings and ruins. We'll then head downtown Jaipur to walk around the old city, flower market, back street & alley. Try street food and, taste traditional local sweets. Transfer back to the hotel.


Inclusions

  • Hotel pickup and drop off in Jaipur by a private A/C vehicle
  • All the transfer and sightseeing by a private A/C vehicle
  • An English-speaking private local tour guide
  • Bottled water and 4G Wi-Fi access in the vehicle
  • Parking and gasoline

  • Exclusions

  • Entrance tickets of Monuments ( your tour guide will help you buy tickets
  • All other personal expenses
  • Lunch ( your tour guide will recommend a restaurant)
  • Tip to the driver and local tour guide
  • Video and still camera Fee at the monuments
  • Insurance/Emergency/Medical Cost ( please carry your own travel insurance)

  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Jaipur trip

    There are plenty of mid budget hotels in Jaipur. A few of well recognized mid budget hotels are Sunder Palace, Anuraag Villa, Arya Niwas and Hotel Pearl Palace.
    Yes, you can go inside Hawa Mahal. Its delicately latticed windows allowed women of royal families to remain concealed as they observed the hustle and bustle of the street below. You will get a nice view of the street below.
    Winter is the best season to visit Jaipur. Winter season is from October to March. During summer, it's very hot and dry. From April to June is the summer season. Monsoon season is from July to September. However, Jaipur reveices only medium rainfall.
    Shopping in Jaipur is a true delight with loads of options to choose from. Be it, bargain hunting or some lavish retail therapy, Jaipur is full of promise. Some of the most well known shopping precincts are Johari Bazar, Baapu Bazar, Ramganj Bazar, and MI road.
    Full of old havelis, forts and castles, the Pink City is all about its noble heritage. Some of these old heritage properties have been converted into boutique hotels, which retain the same grace that these properties had in their days of glory. Make the most of your next trip to Jaipur by staying at one of these best boutique hotels in Jaipur- Savista Retreat, The Farm, Samode Haveli, Alsisar Haveli, Shahpura House, Dera Mandawa, Diggi Palace, Royal Heritage Haveli and Narain Niwas Palace.
    Oberoi Raj Vilas, Taj Rambagh Palace and Raj Mahal Palace are the top luxury hotels in Jaipur.
    Room reservation is not mendatory to dine at Rambagh Palace or Raj Mahal Palace.For meal reservation at Rambagh Palace Jaipur, you can email at rbpfb.rambagh@tajhotels.com and for Raj Mahal Palace, you can write at frontoffice.rmp@thesujanlife.com. Besides, Abby & Scout Tours also make meal reservation at both hotels without any fee.
    Pound Sterling, US Dollars or other major currencies can be exchanged only in India, as the Rupee, India's currency, is presently exchangeable only in destination. The Rupee is non-exportable, so spend it all before you leave. You can find plenty of exchange offices spread throughout Jaipur. It's advisable to request bank notes in smaller denominations, as it can sometimes be hard to get change from large notes and smaller notes are handy for smaller purchases and gratuities. Important notice: In December 2016, the Indian government issued new 500 and 2,000 rupee notes. Please be aware that some older notes remain in circulation and will not be accepted as legal tender. Make sure that any notes you receive in change or other transactions are of the new currency.
    Even though Jaipur is a thriving metropolitan city, it is still hangs on to its traditional roots. some parts follow strict customs and etiquette. It is therefore expected from the tourists to avoid showing too much skin. Moreover to abstain sunburns it is preferable to cover yourself with light cotton clothes. Photography is either permitted on charge or prohibited inside the famous monuments. Therefore it is better to enquire before you want to carry your camera inside. Hiring a good government approved (licensed) guide make sense. With so much to see and do in the city, he/she will give you the right information. However, the may suggest to you souvenir shops from where he gets his commison. So, it may make sense to do a bit more research on your own and ask him for specific places. So that you wider coverage and better deals. Taxi meters should ideally be turned on before you hop in for a ride. Some of the drivers may not do that may bargain with you. So, its advisable to check with locals as to how much will be the typical charges for reaching your destination. You are good in bargaining? Great! It will help you in saving some money. Almost at all local shops you can give it a shot at bargaining.
    If you are planning a trip to Jaipur, then food is definitely on your mind and there is so much must eat local food in Jaipur that one bite and you won’t want to dine in any other way. So here are a few of the most famous local dishes in Jaipur which you can eat as a local and embark on a path of culinary awesomeness! Do not miss out these local dishes while you are in Jaipur- Ratan Ki Kachori, Lassiwala at MI road, Ghewar at Laxmi Misthan Bhandar, Pani Patashas at Chawla Sweets & Fast Food, Pandit Pav Bhaji, Rajasthani Thali at Chokhi Dhani Restaurant, Laal Maas at Haandi Restaurant.

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