Amber Fort , Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and City Palace.
Enthralling, historical Jaipur, Rajasthan's capital, is the gateway to India's most flamboyant state. Jaipur is a popular city for many travelers, especially for who are interested in exploring the city and its culture. Visit landmarks including the Amber Fort - A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Jal Mahal (Water Palace), Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds), and the City Palace.
Detailed Itinerary Same Day Jaipur Tour from New Delhi
Day : 1 New Delhi - Jaipur (280 km/approx – 5 Hour)
05:00 Hours - You will be picked up from New Delhi Airport or other desired location in New Delhi then Drive to Agra. On Arrival in Jaipur you will meet your Tour Guide then proceed to visit Amber Fort – a UNDESCO World Heritage Listed Site.
Amber Fort is well-known for its artistic style of Hindu elements and has cobbled paths, series of gates and large ramparts. This magnificent fort comprises an extensive palace complex, built from pale yellow and pink sandstone, and white marble, and is divided into four main sections, each with its own courtyard. It is possible to visit the fortress on elephant-back.
Later proceed to visit City Palace. The apartment housing museums with an array of textiles, costumes, arms, weapons and paintings a complex of courtyards, gardens and buildings, the impressive City Palace is right in the centre of the Old City.
The outer wall was built by Jai Singh II, but within it the palace has been enlarged and adapted over the centuries. There are palace buildings from different eras, some dating from the early 20th century. It is a striking blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture.
Continue visiting Hawa Mahal, this monument is popularity known as "Palace of Winds", which is considered as one of the most highly praised landmark in Jaipur. This fort was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in the year 1799. This five-story building is like a beehive with 953 small windows.
In the end visit World Heritage Site —Jantar Mantar— an astronomical observatory that dates to the 1700s. Adjacent to the City Palace is Jantar Mantar, an observatory begun by Jai Singh II in 1728 that resembles a collection of bizarre giant sculptures.
Built for measuring the heavens, the name is derived from the Sanskrit yanta mantr, meaning 'instrument of calculation', and in 2010 it was added to India's list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Later you will be dropped back to New Delhi Airport or other desired location in New Delhi.
Validity / Accommodation Type
Price Per Person in USD
Jan'2019 - Dec'2020
5 or 5+ Adults
All Inclusive Tour
Tour Cost Inclusion
All transfer and Sightseeing by Air-Conditioned Private Vehicle.