Tour Details Are
You would be picked from your location or hotel in Delhi around at 0600 Hrs. Depending upon circumstance the pickup time may exceed to 15 minutes.
The cab would straight lead you to Jaipur from Delhi. By road it takes around 5 to 6 hours to reach Jaipur from Delhi. Between 0900 Hrs to 0930 Hrs you would reach Jaipur. Our chauffer would assist you sightseeing at Jaipur.
After a whole day visiting various places at Jaipur, your journey again to Delhi would commence between 1800 Hrs. By the midnight at 2300 Hrs the cab would drop you back at your location or hotel.
Sites to Visit at Jaipur
Amber fort beholds historic significance for Jaipur and it is very popular tourist destination. The fort was built by Raja Man Singh. The huge structure of the fort is laid over a hill and its low land has several big gardens and a pond. The fort could be reached by various ways. You could enjoy an elephant ride, go through stairs or you can also take the cab up the hilltop. The fort has variety of structures to view. There are plenty of courtyards, Sheesh Mahal and a Temple. The Sheesh Mahahal or Mirror Palace has beautiful small pieces of convex mirror which are engrossed in the wall and ceiling. Lightening a candle spreads thousands flames as all the mirrors reflects the lights simultaneously.
After covering the Amber Fort the cab would head towards City Palace. City Palace is also a major attraction of Jaipur. It is a palace complex spread into huge area which includes different palaces of the historical era. It was built in 1732 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. The main attractions of City Palace are Chandra Mahal, and Mubarak Mahal. The Chandra Mahal now has been converted into a museum and rest of the area is still used as residence of the royal family of Jaipur. The City Palace comprises many buildings, gardens and courtyards. The museum showcases a wide variety of clothes, furniture, armors and weapons.
Jantar Mantar or The Jaipur observatory was built by king of Jaipur Maharaja Jai Singh II. Jantar Mantar is a collection of architectural astronomical instruments. The Jantar Mantar is the name given to a series of five, magnificent structures built in Jaipur, New Delhi, Ujjan, Varanasi and Mathura.
It is situated at the crowded place in the walled city that is famous as Badi Chopar. Hawa Mahal is a beautiful monument and it is another epithet of Jaipur. It is most appealing place for photographers. As many splendid photographs of this place has revealed the real beauty of Pink City.
Albert Hall and Ramniwas Garden
Ram Niwas is a huge garden at the both sides of the road. The place has several attractions attached to it. At each side of the garden there is a zoo. The Jaipur Zoo is divided into two sections one is for animals and other is for birds. The centre of the attraction of the place is beautiful Albert Hall. This monument is example of the historical architecture and now it has been converted into a meuseum.
Mansagar Lake is situated at the Amber Road, Jaipur Delhi Highway no 8. A palace is situated in the midst of Mansagar Lake. That is why it is also known as Jal Mahal. The palace could be reached by wooden boats which are carved and decorated in special Rajput Style. The Government has developed some wetland areas around the periphery of the lake. Several migratory birds could also be spotted near the lake. You can see many bird watcher and bird lovers sitting besides the lakes sitting and watching the beauty for hours.