0 Nights | 1 Days | Customize Option Available
Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan. Rajasthan is now the largest state of India. Jaipur is a very beautiful city and a great tourist destination. If you are planning Jaipur one day tour package, it is a wonderful idea. Jaipur was founded by buy the king called as Jai Singh II. After his name, the city of Jaipur was named. Jaipur is also called the Pink City of India. Most of the buildings in Jaipur are pink in colour. Jaipur is very well maintained and it is one of the earliest planned cities of modern India. The city of Jaipur was designed by Vidyadhar Bhattacharya. He was a Bengali architect and was very creative. It is 268 km away from Delhi.
The beautiful and creative gardens of Jaipur are Central Park, Jawahar Circle, Ram Niwas Garden and Sisodia Rani Garden and Palace. If you go on Jaipur sightseeing tour package, do visit one of the gardens. Gardens are very refreshing. Central Park is the largest park in Jaipur and is located in the centre of the city. Jawahar Circle is the largest circular park in all over Asia. It is located on a highway traffic circle. Ram Niwas Garden has a bird park, art gallery, gymnasium, the zoo, Ravindra Manch Theatre, Exhibition Ground, several cafes and picnic spots. Sisodiya Rani Bagh has a double storied monument which is on the top terrace of the garden. The palace is the architectural marvel.
Jaipur is a city with wonderful tourist attractions. There are various codes in Jaipur like Amer Fort, 6 kilometres away from Jaipur; City Palace, established by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II; Diggi Palace, an Indian Royal Palace and now a Heritage Hotel run by the royal family; Jaigarh Fort, located on Cheel ka teeka at the Aravali ranges; Rambagh Palace, the former palace of residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur and now have become a hotel; Jal Mahal, in the middle of Man Sagar lake; Hawa Mahal, with 953 windows and Nahargarh Fort, on the edge of the Aravali Hills.
There are two museums which are very famous in Jaipur. One is the City Palace and the other is the Albert Hall museum. There are valuable antique items kept in the museum which represent the culture and the lifestyle of the rulers. Albert Hall Museum is the oldest museums of Rajasthan and it also enjoys the status of the state museum of Rajasthan. It is situated in Ram Niwas Garden. It is also called as Government Central Museum.
Jaipur offers various delectable and mouth-watering dishes. Some of them are Dal Bati Churma, Pyaz ki Kachori, Gatte ki Sabji, Gajak, Mirchi Vada, Keema Bathi, Lapsi, Kalakand, Masala Tea, Aam Ki Launji, Jaipuri Chicken, Chokhani Kheer, Lassi, Bajre Ki Khichdi, Jungle Mass, Rajasthani Kadhi, Laal Maas, Mawa Kachori, Ker Sangri, Ghevar, etc. Rajasthani cuisine is considered as one of the best cuisines in India. There are tutorials in Jaipur for learning the cuisines also. The local people of Jaipur have started their classes for teaching cooking and as a result of it, there are many places in other parts of India also where you can find Rajasthani cuisine.
Jaipur is also known for great shopping markets. Handicrafts, apparels, footwear, accessories, etc all the things represent the rich culture of Jaipur. There are Johari Bazar at Johari Bazar Road, Ramganj Bazar in Jaipur, Tripolia Bazar at Kanvar Nagar, Chand Pole Bazar, Kishan pole Bazar on Kishan pole Bazaar Road, Nehru Bazar at film Colony, Bapu Bazar, Gaurav Tower is a shopping mall at Gaurav Tower Marg, Malviya Nagar; Anokhi Bazar at KK Square, Prithviraj Road, C scheme; mojidi footwear Air Bazaar at Shiv Heera Path, Crystal Palm is also Shopping Mall on Sardar Patel Road, etc.
Jaipur has three gates covering all the directions except the south. There are different names given to the different Gates. The Eastern gate is named as Suraj pole meaning sun gate. The Western gate is called a Chand pole meaning Moon gate. The northern gate doesn’t have any particular name but it fixes the ancestral capital of Amer.
There are some other tourist spots of Jaipur also which are different from what has been mentioned. They are Jaipur Zoo, Jawahar Kala Kendra, Rajasthan assembly building, Jantar Mantar, Raj Mandir cinema and Ramgarh lake. Jaipur Zoo is near the Albert Hall museum. Jantar Mantar is the astronomical site to find out actual time with the help of some scientific instruments. Jawahar Kala Kendra is a multi-arts centre full of arts and crafts. Raj Mandir cinema can be called as the symbol of Jaipur. Rajasthan assembly building is a modern legislature complex. Ramgarh Lake is an artificial lake earlier. Now there is a wildlife sanctuary because of the dense forest which is surrounding the lake.
India is a land of festivals. Rajasthan is a state which is known for celebrating the festivals with the maximum number of colours. Elephant festival, Gangaur festival and teach are the three major festivals of Jaipur. Elephant festival is held on the day when the entire India is playing Holi. It has elephant dance and Elephant Polo in which elephants dance in reality and the game of Polo is played while riding on elephants. Jaipur sightseeing package will give you amazing experiences. Imagine elephants dancing!! Gangaur is our festival to worship Lord Shiva and Maa Gauri who symbolizes marital bliss. Teej is a festival which is almost celebrated all over India and with a lot of traditional forward in Jaipur also.
Meeting and assistance upon arrival as our representatives welcome you and escort you to your car. Later you will be taken to visit:
About 11km north of Jaipur stands the spectacular Amber Fort built by Maharaja Man Singh. A wonderful example of Rajput architecture, it overlooks a lake which reflects its many terraces and pavilions. Amber is also known for the spectacular Sheesh Mahal, Jai Mandir, Diwan-i-Am, Sikh Niwas and the small Kali Temple.
Later in the afternoon, you will be taken for lunch and then continue your sightseeing visiting:
Also known as the Palace of Winds was built in 1799. It is a part of the City Palace and was commissioned by Sawai Pratap Singh. The Hawa Mahal was designed for the ladies of the royal household to watch the goings-on on the street while themselves remaining hidden from public view.
In the heart of the old city is a former royal residence built in a blend of the Rajasthani and Mughal styles. A part of this palace is now a museum. The rest of the palace serves as the living quarters of the royal family of Jaipur. The palace also has an art gallery with an excellent collection of miniature paintings, carpets, royal paraphernalia and rare astronomical works.
A stone observatory built by Maharaja Jai Singh who represents his love for Astronomy, its complex instruments, whose settings and shapes are scientifically designed to represent the high point of medieval India astronomy.
“We do hope the flavour of India will remain on your taste buds for all times to come and hopefully would kindle an indelible fondness for the country and her people; Thank you for being our guest, and as we say in India ‘Please Come back Soon”