How To Reach Jaipur From Kolkata
Stroll through the colourful streets of the Pink City
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Best time to visit
Apr - Feb
- Ideal for couples
- Historical Sightseeing
How to reach Jaipur from Kolkata
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|Kolkata to Jaipur||2.0 hours||9.0 hours||24.0 hours||-|
Enjoy a scenic holiday filled with festive celebrations and a riot of colors at the Pink City Jaipur. You will get to explore the beautiful ancient havelis, forts and palaces of this vibrant city. The best time to visit Jaipur is from November to February when the weather is cool and there is a pleasant breeze all around. Go on hot air balloon rides over the city, indulge in camel safaris, elephant rides and cycling tours in this beautiful city. Jaipuris well-connected to all other parts of the state and the country and you can travel here easily by air, rail and road.
Kolkata To Jaipur By Air: You can take a direct flight from Kolkata to the Jaipur International Airport that takes just about 2 hours. This airport is around 9 kilometers from the main city center and you can get cabs and taxis easily from the airport to anywhere in the city.
Kolkata To Jaipur By Rail: If you want to travel by train, there are several direct trains from Kolkata to Jaipur and it takes about 24 hours for a one-way journey. The main railway station of Jaipur is the Jaipur Railway Station. You can travel by the Sdah Ajmer Express to reach fast. For a more luxurious ride, travel by the “Palace on Wheels”.
Kolkata To Jaipur By Road: Those traveling by road should travel by flight from Kolkata to New Delhi and then take a state transport bus from Delhi to Jaipur. The entire journey takes around 10 hours.
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Trip to RajasthanI had planned Rajasthan trip for my parents. Well, they seem to be very happy with the arrangements and services provided. 5 stars for the services. We requested for a helping and understanding chauffeur as he would be accompanying my parents for the entire trip. The chaffeuur indeed was very caring and polite. We got more than we asked for! Thanks again for the services.
Trip to RajasthanFantastic and fabulous Jaisalmer sand dunes was the best, everyone should visit their.
Trip to RajasthanWe had a pleasing and satisfactory trip in Rajasthan. The hotels were good and comfortable. Our cab driver really was well disciplined both in person and as a driver. I was surprised and pleased to see that our travel agent was so caring and prompt to handle the situation in case of inconvenience.
Trip to RajasthanIt was wonderful tour.. we couldn't manage to explore two sites because of time limit but enjoyed a lot..
Trip to RajasthanHotel at Jodhpur was not so good. Hotel at Jaisalmer (Radhika Hotel) was worst. No cleanliness, no professionalism. Surprised to know it is three star hotel. I never saw such type of worst service in my life.
Trip to RajasthanWe didn't like our driver. He's needed underarm deodorant. We didn't ask he's religion, but it looked like he didn't like Hindus. When we were supposed to visit a Hindu temple, he just parked on the side of a highway so we could take pictures from far away. Our tour of Delhi was OK, but when we got to Agra to visit Taj Mahal, he told us that we needed a guide and it would be the same when we go to Amer Fort. He told us that the guide's services will be a minimum of 1000 rupees for the two of us. Even though it was not in our itinerary and even though we don't like guides, we just agreed to have one. He insisted that we needed one. We picked him up from the street while we were driving, which were thought was weird. He looked like a guide - dressed nice with a name tag, but we had to pay for his entrance fee. When we got inside Taj Mahal, he started to convince us to hire a photographer which went on for about five minutes. We didn't hire one. Only once he offered to take our picture. When I interrupted his story to ask questions, he told me to wait until later and my questions will be answered when he tells the rest of the story which was much much later. He was emphasizing more on what kind of rocks the buildings were made of and how the decorations on were made. We knew that he was trying to sell us something, and we were right. When we finished the tour, he said that we needed to ride a tuktuk to meet our driver because we were far from the parking lot. He made me pay for the tuktuk. Then he and the driver took us to two places where they sell the things that he emphasized from the tour. The next day when we got to Fatephur Sikri, the driver was telling us that the parking lot is far away from the entrance and we had to take a tuktuk which will cost us about 100 to120 rupees. It is true that the entrance is far, but the designated bus that takes the people to and from the entrance only cost 10 rupees each way - we found this out later. Our driver stopped the car and talked to a tuktuk driver and told us that the tuktuk driver will take us to the entrance. He didn't take us to the entrance. He called a teenage boy and told us that the boy is his brother and would take us to the entrance, but he will not ask for money. It was a long and tiring walk up a hill. When we got up to the top, he called another teenage boy which is also his brother. This other boy said that he is a student and a volunteer guide and he will not ask for money. He said that we would start from the back and pay the entrance fee after we finish the tour. He was talking us away from the attraction which made us feel uneasy. I told him that we wanted to pay right away and go through the front entrance. When we got to the entrance, there was nowhere to pay. We went in after talking our shoes off, but we kept our shoes with us. We didn't know what to do when we got inside the building. I read that we were supposed to pay 500 rupees, but the place didn't look that big. Luckily we met three European tourist that had a map of the place and told us where we were supposed to pay. I told our volunteer guide to help someone else and that we don't need him then he asked me to pay him. I didn't. We got out of the building which we found out was a mosque and walked a block to the real entrance. This attraction is worth the entrance fee. When we finished, I asked how to get to the parking lot. I was told to to bus for 10 rupees. When we got to the parking lot, we had to search for our driver. When we found him, he said that he was worried because we took too long. We didn't trust him anymore. When he dropped us off at our hotel in Jaipur, I told him that we don't want anymore guides. He was disappointed and insisted that Amer Fort is a very important place and we need a guide. We told him that we don't like guides. The next day before the tour, he told us that he would pay for the guide. We told him that we don't like guides to tell us what to do and where to go and we don't need them. We enjoyed the rest of the tour. Royal View hotel where we stayed in was very nice with a great view on the roof.
Trip to RajasthanAmazing experience. Very good and helpful staff. Only concern was "Kanj Avatar Resort" in Pushkar was a bit far from city, so even though facility was good it wasn't very convenient. Would've preferred something closer to the city. Everything else was perfect, best service no complaints !!! Kudos !!!
Trip to AndamanThanks to Travel Triangle and Ecstasy for very nice coordination and wonder full 8 Day trip to Andaman. All credit goes to first to Muthu then Mr Arief and the Ancy for their excellent planning and customer obsession booking and the arrangements.Mr Arief is a gentle man and a good planner.we missed my first day tour due to missing of flight but Arief manage last day very nicely.Hotel at Havelock Dolphin beach resort was one of the best hotel in Havelock and famous for nice view and it self beach also foods on the reasonable price.Hotel at Neil Perl park was an best choice in Neil.Also i want to thanks Mr John cab driver at Havelock who treat like a family.I strongly recommend Andaman Ecstasy for booking holiday trip to Andaman.I am from Kota Rajasthan if need any help pl feel free to contact me at 9414662560.
Trip to RajasthanSuper excellence Garib Nawaz, and Taj Mahal, is super places of our memories
Trip to RajasthanTook a trip with traveltriangle (and DIU holidays) to Rajasthan. It was my first trip via traveltriangle based on quotes and feedback from friends. But it turn out to be not so good. Contact person from TT was not available at all, when i need to callback, it was automated system no real person. Only time i got response is the time when i paid money installment. Even automated system asked for number so that TT can callback, but not received any call. So anyone booking with TT should note that TT will NOT be there when you need. Good thing in trip was Contact person from DIU holidays, he picked phone when required and had been in kind of constant touch. You can count on them. Coming to trip itself: DRIVER was worst, his objective was just to pass the time so that he don't have to drive and find a free parking even if we have to walk long distances (parking, toll etc. was included in our price). He will say negatives things about spots that were mentioned in itinerary so that we dont visit that place and refuse slightest detour as it was not part of itinerary. first HOTEL was not so good, far far from city and not at all family environment (it was a OYO hotel, you know what goes with those). Second HOTEL was good. Best thing was Sultan resort and sand dunes. DIU had planned trip well and will definitely book with them in future.
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There is an annual literary festival, Jaipur Literature Festival, which happens around Jan and Feb every year. Described as the ‘greatest literary show on Earth’, the JLF is the world’s largest free event of its kind. It is a must to go for if in Jaipur around that time.
A composite ticket will cover your entrance fees for five of Jaipur’s major monuments: Jantar Mantar, Albert Hall (Central Museum), Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort and Nahargarh Fort. The ticket costs Rs 50 for Indian citizens, Rs 1,000 for foreigners and Rs 30 for Indian students and is valid for two days. This ticket is available at the booking counter of all of the five venues.
Autos are the most viable mode of transport except for when it gets too hot. Cabs also are very easily available. The city bus, a new addition for the tourists is a hop-on-hop-off service which is quite efficient. Though normal bus service is also available, we wouldn't recommend it for the tourists. Also, the Jaipur metro is soon supposed to start, which will make transportation extremely efficient.Autos are the most viable mode of transport except for when it gets too hot. Cabs also are very easily available. The city bus, a new addition for the tourists is a hop-on-hop-off service which is quite efficient. Though normal bus service is also available, we wouldn't recommend it for the tourists. Also, the Jaipur metro is soon supposed to start, which will make transportation extremely efficient.
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 and Muscat 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 Delhi, Agra, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, etc.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 and Muscat 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 Delhi, Agra, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, etc.
The best season to visit Jaipur is during the winter months, from early November to February and this is the height of the tourist season. Since the weather is pleasant during these months, that allows one to explore more of this place without getting scorched in the seething heat.
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