Jaipur, known as the Pink City of Rajasthan, attracts the attention of many travelers across the world. A number of Jaipur tour packages and sightseeing tours are available for travelers who wish to explore the royal city in a hassle-free manner. These Jaipur packages help travelers to make the best of their time in the royal city of Rajasthan and enjoy the delicacies, magnificent beauty, and hospitality that the city has to offer, at affordable prices.
Bestselling Packages For Jaipur For A Perfect Holiday
One of the most beckoning aspects of these Jaipur trip packages is that they include a detailed tour itinerary that ensures a planned and organized vacation. These itineraries are specially crafted by our travel experts, keeping in mind, the needs and requirements of the travelers. Therefore, these itineraries of Jaipur holiday packages include all sorts of facilities such as sightseeing tours, outdoor activities, accommodations, and local transfers.
10 Best Places in Jaipur included in Jaipur Trip Package
Jaipur holiday packages give travelers a worthwhile experience of exploring the city, shopping, interacting with people, and trying the authentic Rajasthani food at reasonable prices. Not only that, the packages are customizable and can be altered to suit the interest of different types of travelers.
One could visit the Amer Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jaipur City Palace, and the Jantar Mantar, to explore its historic side. One could go to a Rajasthani-cuisine place for lunch, enjoy camel riding, interact with the locals, shop for handmade Rajasthani jewelry, puppets, footwear, and handicrafts wandering through the streets of this magnificent Pink City.
1. Amer Fort
What’s Special: Hindu-Muslin architecture, elephant ride, sound show
Nearby Attractions: Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Jagat Shiromani Temple, Panna Meena ka Kund, Jal Mahal
Entry Fees*: INR 200
Timings: 8 am to 7:30 pm
Built By: Raja Mansingh
Built In: 1592
Distance from Jaipur Airport: 18 km
Amer Fort is one of the primary forts in the city of Jaipur. The fort is located high up on a hill belonging to the Aravalli range. It is one of the main tourist attractions in the city. The fort is said to be built by the Meena community and later it was taken over by Raja Man Singh I. Known for its sheer grandeur, architectural elements and designs, the place is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With an intermix of geometrical gardens overlooking Maota Lake, the fort stands in all its glory showing off its red sandstone and marble construction. There are many sections here, like Diwan-e-Aam (space for public gatherings), Diwan-e-Khas (a space for private gatherings), Sheesh Mahal (a palace of mirrors), and Sukh Niwas (a cool room where the cooling effect is artificially created). The palace was the home to Rajputana rulers and families.
2. Jaigarh Fort
What’s Special: Architecture, Ram Harihar Temple, Kal Bhairav Temple
Nearby Attractions: Man Sagar Lake, Amber Fort, Jaivana Cannon, Kanak Vrindavan Mahal
Entry Fees*: INR 35
Timings: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Built By: Jai Singh II
Built In: 1726
Distance from Jaipur Airport: 24.4 km
Known to be a part of the structural complex of Amer Fort, Jaigarh Fort was built by the kind of Amer Jai Singh II in the year 1726. The purpose of the fort was to protect Amer Fort and the many palaces inside it. It is said that there is a secret passageway leading from Amer Fort to Jaigarh Fort. Such a design was constructed to protect the Rajput family in the event of war. Jaigarh Fort houses Jaivana cannon, the world’s largest cannon on wheels. This is one of the primary attractions of the fort. The view from here is pretty spectacular as it is located on top of Cheel ka Teela or the Hill of Eagles). This hill is a part of the Aravalli range. Enjoy a visit to this iconic place with a trip to Jaipur package.
3. Nahargarh Fort
What’s Special: History, photography, architecture
Nearby Attractions: The Sculpture Park at Madhavendra Palace, Elephant Joy, Amber Fort
Entry Fees*: INR 50
Timings: 2 pm to 10 pm
Built By: Sawai Jai Singh II
Built In: 1734
Distance from Jaipur Airport: 28.2 km
Located on one edge of the Aravalli Hills, Nahargarh Fort provides a spectacular birds eye-view of the city of Jaipur. The fort was constructed as a palace retreat for the Rajputana royalty by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, the king of Jaipur. The initial construction happened in the year 1734 and the fort expanded from time to time. This fort is said to be connected to Jaigarh Fort with a secret tunnel. Combining Amer Fort, Jaigarh Fort, and Nahargarh Fort - these three stood as a group of forts that flourished during the Rajputana reign.
4. Hawa Mahal
What’s Special: Cultural heritage, picnic spot, the archaeological museum, Pink City Bazar
Nearby Attractions: City Palace, Chokhi Dhani Village, Jantar Mantar, Amber Fort
Entry Fees*: INR 10
Timings: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Built By: Maharaja Sawai Pratap Sing
Built In: 1798
Distance from Jaipur Airport: 14.3 km
Literally translating as the Palace of Winds, Hawa Mahal is one of the iconic structures in Jaipur. The structure and architecture of the palace takes after Khetri Mahal, another palace of winds located in Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan. Built in the year 1799, the palace was constructed for the royalty women to observe the daily ongoings on the street without being seen because of the Purdah system. The amazing architectural work employed in the facade of this structure helped the ladies to do so. Make the most of Jaipur holiday packages cost and enjoy a visit to this place.
5. Jantar Mantar
What’s Special: Geometric devices, astronomical instruments, stone sundial, Laghu Smarat Yantra
Nearby Attractions: Hawa Mahal, Tripolia Gate, City Palace, Goverdhan Temple
Entry Fees*: INR 50
Timings: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Built By: Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II
Built In: 1724 -1735
Distance from Jaipur Airport: 12.7 km
Built by the founder of Jaipur city, Jantar Mantar is a fine collection of architectural astronomical instruments. There are a total of 19 such instruments that were constructed as a whole into a monument space in the year 1734. What attracts hordes of visitors here everyday is its world’s largest stone sundial. This makes it a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This observatory is a fine specimen of the royalty’s interest in the fields of astronomy and also their excellence in the same.
6. City Palace
What’s Special: Rajput & Mughal architecture, history
Nearby Attractions: Jantar Mantar, Sree Ganesh Dhaam, Ele Experience Farm, Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum
Entry Fees*: INR 40
Timings: 9.30 am to 5 pm
Built By: Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II
Built In: 1727
Distance from Jaipur Airport: 12 km
Ideally located in the heart of Jaipur, City Palace is one of the most famous attractions in Jaipur. This magnificent attraction offers you to see a spectacular fusion of Rajput and Mughal architecture. This palace is further beautified with Chander Mahal and Mubarak Mahal offering you to travel back to the intriguing history.
7. Birla Mandir
What’s Special: Pilgrim site, architecture
Nearby Attractions: Silverine Spa & Salon, Dadavadi Mandir, Megha Katan Bazaar
Entry Fees*: None
Timings: 06:00 am to 12:00 pm and 03:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Built In: 1985
Distance from Jaipur Airport: 8.6 km
Widely renowned for its carvings, beautiful architecture, and picturesque idol of Laxmi Narayan, Birla Mandir is one of various Birla Mandir temples situated in India. The temple is embellished with astonishing white marble which enhances its unmatched beauty. The inner walls of the temple display various events associated with Hinduism. Apart from this, the outer carvings of Birla Mandir are beautified with religious leaders, influencers, philosophers and personalities who left a mark in history.
8. Chokhi Dhani
What’s Special: Village settings, cultural activities, puppet shows, animal rides
Nearby Attractions: Tattva Spa, Gyan Museum, Jawahar Circle Garden, Jain Mandir Sanganer
Entry Fees*: INR 700-1100 (adults), and INR 400-700 (children)
Timings: 5:30 pm to 11 pm
Built In: 1989
Distance from Jaipur Airport: 11.7 km
If you want to immerse yourself in the Rajasthani culture, then don’t miss visiting Chokhi Dhani. Its a one-of-a-kind ethnic village resort whose architecture and vibe are influenced by the traditional Rajasthani village. You will find various restaurants in Chokhi Dhani that offer traditional Rajasthani delicacies. Apart from this, traditional dance performances, spas, swimming pools, puppet shows, and much more are there for enjoyment.
9. Nahargarh Sanctuary
What’s Special: Flora & fauna, wildlife, jeep safari
Nearby Attractions: Jagat Shiromani Ji Temple, Ganesh Pol Gateway, Sky Waltz Balloon Safari
Entry Fees*: INR 50
Timings: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
Distance from Jaipur Airport: 12 km
If wildlife intrigues you, then make sure you visit Nahargarh Sanctuary. Ideal for nature lovers as well as adventurers, this attraction in Jaipur is a must-visit. The sanctuary is adorned with a wide range of flora and fauna. You can partake in a jeep safari and spot various animals in their natural habitat. Crocodiles, panthers, chikara, boar, lion, black bear, wolves are some common animals that are easily found in Nahargarh Sanctuary.
10. Albert Hall Museum
What’s Special: Egyptian mummy, paintings, artifacts
Nearby Attractions: Jaipur Zoo, Ram Nivas Garden, Dolls Museum, Peacock Garden
Entry Fees*: INR 20
Timings: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Built By: Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II
Built In: 1887
Distance from Jaipur Airport: 10.2 km
A great attraction point for history buffs, Albert Museum is adorned with Indo-Saracenic style architecture. The museum exhibits numerous paintings and artifacts from various parts of India. Apart from this, there is also an Egyptian mummy for display which adds great charm to the overall beauty of this museum. Of late, the Albert Hall Museum has also become a major site for conducting consorts, rallies, etc.
How To Reach
Getting to Jaipur is very convenient. For someone who is fond of road trips, it’s a 6-hour drive from Delhi, or a train or bus could be taken, which will get to Jaipur in no time. Various Jaipur tours package are available to help facilitate stay and travel around the city, along with helping in exploring the city to a great extent. Getting around Jaipur like a local is easy. One could take an auto-rickshaw or a cycle-rickshaw that can drop them to a nearby attraction which the locals remain aware of. The vibrant city of Jaipur is replete with some of the best attractions that never fail to seize your attention. Whether you want to explore historical monuments, indulge in shopping, or savor authentic local cuisines, traveling through local transport mediums add many colors to the whole vacation. As you book Jaipur holiday package from TravelTriangle, check in detail what all modes of transportation can be used to get to the Pink City.
Jaipur has an international airport that caters to passengers from all over the world. Major airlines work at the airport and provide direct and connecting flights to major cities in India and the rest of the world. There are direct flights to Jaipur from major metropolitan and small cities in India. Jaipur tour packages from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Pune and other top cities in India can be booked and this mode of transportation can be availed for the same.
Jaipur has a well-connected rail network system. There are two major railway stations in Jaipur, namely Jaipur Junction Railway Station and Gandhinagar Railway Station. Most of the trains halt at both of the stations. One can get down at either of them depending upon the place in Jaipur they are heading to after getting down from the train. Whichever is the closest can be chosen as the best option. There are many direct trains from most of the destinations in India to Jaipur. The Jaipur Junction Railway Station is the major one and is located in the center of the city. It is quite easy to get to many places from here. You may also choose to avail a trip plan of Jaipur tour packages with the price of train tickets included in it. At TravelTriangle, we offer vacation packages with and without train ticket prices, so as to let you make a choice that suits you best.
Jaipur is well-connected with major cities and towns in India through a great road network. National Highway 48 is the major road connecting Jaipur to other 5 states of India, including the capital city of Delhi. The roads are quite smooth towards Jaipur and make for a great option while traveling to the city. Jaipur vacation packages can be availed and this option can be chosen as a mode of transportation.
Best Time To Visit
The best time to visit Jaipur is during the winter months, from early November to February. The weather during these months is suitable for travelers and explorers who wish to wander in the city without being grilled in the heat. Jaipur is a suitable destination for all types of travelers- whether one is traveling with family, significant other, or alone. For travelers on a solo-trip to Jaipur, we have a tour package for Jaipur that has got them covered.
Winters (November to February)
The winter months from November to February are perfect to enjoy a vacation in the Pink City. This is a great time to avail Jaipur travel package from TravelTriangle. The weather, even though cold, during this time is quite pleasant during the morning. There is plenty of sunshine during most of the time during the day. This makes for a great time to explore the city and enjoy the pleasant weather.
Summers (March to June)
The summer months from March to June in Jaipur get quite hot. The winter start to subside as the month of March progresses. The heat is on its peak as May approaches. From late June, rain showers are expected which takes a while to come.
Monsoons (July to October)
The monsoons come during mid-July as the rain showers are expected during this time. Depending upon the current weather conditions and other factors, monsoons can get delayed or even might come early. Jaipur looks quite pleasant during this weather and this makes for considerably good time to explore things around.
Most of the Jaipur trip plan takes travelers around the city and also offers enough time to explore the city themselves. This place has a lot to offer, in terms of food, sightseeing, shopping, jewelry, and experiences that would last for a lifetime. Jaipur holiday tour packages will help you to explore nooks and corners of the city that remain largely unknown otherwise.