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  • Places to Visit in Jaipur in One Day includes Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Jal Mahal, Gaitore, Albert Hall, Kanak Garden and many more places are covered in our Jaipur Sightseeing Tour Package at just Rs 265 Only

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    Jaipur is a majestic city and touring it over the course of a day will give you a chance to enjoy many spellbinding sights. There are many places to visit in Jaipur, and it is absolutely possible to enjoy all of them in one go. Explore Jaipur on bicycle (Upto 20% Off) which bring together all this mystery and magic that Jaipur holds, allowing you to enjoy your trip in a comprehensive and delightful way.

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    Forts and palaces rule the landscape of Jaipur and no sightseeing tour of the place would be complete without visits to these historical landmarks. The grandiose Amber Fort which stands tall and proud on the outskirts of Jaipur is one of the best places to visit in Jaipur.

    Along with Amber fort, one must also pay visits to Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Ram niwas garden, Albert Hall, Statue Circle when in Jaipur. A sightseeing tour of Jaipur is perfect for those who want to take in all these places on their visit without spending a lot of time doing so. 

  • Places to Visit in Jaipur in One Day

  • 01Amer Fort

    Amer Fort

    Built by Raja Man Singh I, the Amer Fort, often called the Amber Fort, is the prime location for Jaipur city tour. Located on a hilltop, this fort is rooted with a series of gates and paved paths.  The Maota Lake lies beneath this fort, which makes the craggy location of the fort more enticing. Location of the fort itself mesmerizes the visitors.

    Presence of some of the magnificent halls like Diwan-i-Khas, Diwan-i-Aam, Sheesh Mahal and Sukh Niwas made this fort one of the favourite places of the Maharajas. While the Diwan-i-Aam used to hold all the public meetings for the kings, Diwan-i-Khas used to hold all the royal meetings.

    Maota Lake on the bottom edge of the fort helped in maintaining a pleasant ambience around the fort. Due to all these reasons, this fort is also called as the Amber Palace.

    • Visiting hours: 9.30 A.M.- 4.30 P.M.
    • Photography allowed: Yes
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  • 02Nahargarh Fort

    Nahargarh Fort
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    The Nahargarh Fort is one of the magnificent forts in Jaipur. Located amidst the breath-taking Aravalli Hills, this fort was originally named as Sudarshangarh Fort. However, the name was later changed to Nahargarh Fort which literary means 'abode of the tigers'.

    This fort has seen the maximum number of tiger hunts by the kings and royal families. Nahargarh Fort plays an important role in Jaipur Sightseeing Tours.

    Built in 1734 by the legendary Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, this fort served as a place of retreat for the royal families. Whether then or now, this fort is still serving an integral role in Jaipur's glorious history as well as in the Jaipur sightseeing packages.

    Though this fort was constructed to magnify the safety and protection of Jaipur, it never faced any major attacks from the enemies. In fact, the warmth and friendliness of Jaipur's kings never offered any reason of threat to this fort or Jaipur. Nahargarh played an important role in providing shelter to the wives of the British during the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857.

    • Visiting hours: 9.30 A.M.- 4.30 P.M.
    • Photography allowed: Yes
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  • 03Safari in Jhalana Leopard Conservation Reserve, Jaipur Flat 66% off

    Safari in Jhalana Leopard Conservation Reserve, Jaipur Flat 66% off
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    About the Activity:

    - Spread over an area of more than 20 square kilometres, Jhalana Leopard Conservation reserve is surrounded by the city of Jaipur on all sides. and is counted amongst the best places in the country to spot the elusive cats. With a good and healthy number of leopards here, it just might happen that you get to see them as early as within 5 minutes of entering here.
    - Once the hunting grounds of the royals, this place is now a great spot to enjoy a safari in the middle of the city. Take an open-air gypsy ride in the park and spot leopards, alongside other animals like Blue Bulls, Spotted Deer, Hanuman Langur, Rhesus Macaque, Small Indian Mongoose, Ruddy Mongoose, Bengal Monitor, Desert Gerbils, Striped Hyena, Desert Fox, Porcupine, Hedgehog, and Sambhar Deer.
    - Also, if you wish, you can visit the three-storeyed hunting lodge of the older Maharajas, located right in the middle of the jungle and called the Shikhar Audhi.
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  • 04Statue Circle

    Statue Circle

    Located at the centre of Jaipur, almost half of the population of Jaipur passes through the Statue Circle every day. It is also one of the popular hangout places in Jaipur.

    Devoted to the founder of the Pink City, Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, this circle is bejewelled with beautiful gardens, marble carvings and fountains. A life-size white marble statue of the Maharaja is erected at the centre of the circle as a tribute to the legendary Maharaja.

    During the evenings, this circle turns into an enchanting gathering place of the locals as well as the tourists. Lighting adds to the enchanting ambience of this circle and the local vendors dealing in all the spicy and tongue-tickling eateries makes the evening, a delightful rendezvous.

    • Visiting hours: Anytime
    • Photography allowed: Yes
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  • 05Jaigarh Fort

    Jaigarh Fort
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    Jaipur city tour can never be complete without visiting the glorious Jaigarh Fort which is located on an extended portion of the Aravalli Hills, called Cheel ka Teela or the Hill of Eagles.

    Maharaja Jai Singh II built this fort in order to strengthen the safety of the most popular Amber Fort and Palace. The fort has been named after the Maharaja. The rocky terrain and the panoramic view of this fort make it one of the spectacular forts in the Jaipur sightseeing package. 

    Apart from serving as a place of retreat, this fort also served as one of the integral cannon foundries for the Mughal and the Rajput kings.

    At present, Jaigarh Fort houses a historical museum. Weapons used by the kings and the members of the royal family are on display in this museum. Jaivana Cannon, the largest cannon on wheels in the world, is also installed in Jaigarh Fort.

    • Visiting hours: 9.30 A.M.- 4.30 P.M.
    • Photography allowed: Yes
  • 06City Palace

    City Palace
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    City Palace is the unbeatable palace of all palaces in Jaipur. Located in the centre or the heart of Jaipur, this palace is the most attractive as well as one of the best-decorated palaces. While high formidable walls stands guard to this palace, the welcoming Mubarak Mahal greets every visitor in a royal way ever since it was constructed.

    Bejewelled with a collection of beautiful gardens, decorated courtyards and building, this palace was constructed during 1729-1732. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh constructed this palace and it served as the royal residence for the Maharaja. Since then, City Palace has served generations of Jaipur’s royal families.

    • Visiting hours: 9.30 A.M.- 5.00 P.M.
    • Photography allowed: Photography is restricted at specified areas inside the palace.
  • 07Hawa Mahal

    Hawa Mahal
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    Located alongside the City Palace at the heart of Jaipur, Hawa Mahal is another significant palace to visit in this Jaipur Sightseeing Tour. Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, the grandson of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh built this palace in 1799. It is a five-storey building built in pyramidal shape, which is a symbolic replica of the crown of the Hindu god, Lord Krishna.

    A combination of Mughal and Rajput architecture, Hawa Mahal has 953 windows called 'jharokas'. These jharokas were built in such a way that they enabled the royal women to view the outside world, while restricting the outsiders to have a glimpse of these women.

    Designed in the pattern of a honeycomb, the windows of Hawa Mahal are arranged in a way that they always allowed cool breeze into the palace. Fountains in front of the palace helped in enhancing this cooling effect and thus it was one of the favourite palaces of Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh.

    • Visiting hours: 9.30 A.M.- 4.30 P.M.
    • Photography allowed: Yes
  • 08Jal Mahal

    Jal Mahal
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    Standing elegantly amidst the Man Sagar Lake, Jal Mahal or the Water Palace boasts of its unexplained stories. Built in the 18th century by Maharaja Jai Singh II, it is a five-storey building with a stately pavilion and a terrace garden. Out of the five floors of Jal Mahal, the first floor remains underwater when the lake is full.

    While some believe this palace to be one of the recreational palaces of the kings, yet others believe it was the favourite place of the queens for their engrossing royal parties. Stories also relate that this palace was the favourite duck hunting destination of the young princes. Though a lot of speculation has arisen, the exact story behind this palace is still unknown to the world.

    The graceful Aravalli Hills, dotted by scenic temples and forts add to the captivating beauty of this palace, while the bustling city of Jaipur balances the modern outlook of Jal Mahal.

    Within the Jaipur sightseeing tours, a trip to Jal Mahal will be arranged. Traditional boats are available on the banks of the Man Sagar Lake, which carry visitors to the palace.

    • Visiting hours: 10.00 A.M.- 4.30 P.M.
    • Photography allowed: Yes
  • 09Jantar Mantar

    Jantar Mantar
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    Jantar Mantar, one of the renowned observatories in the world proves the scientific and astronomical abilities of the Rajput kings.

    The maharajas of Jaipur, who were undoubtedly the best architects and planners of their times, also demonstrated their expertise in scientific calculations by constructing Jantar Mantar in five different places of India: Delhi, Jaipur, Ujjain, Mathura and Varanasi. Among these five observatories, Jaipur is the home to the largest and the best preserved of these observatories.

    Jantar Mantar is an important site within these Jaipur sightseeing tours. While sightseeing in Jaipur, especially around the City Palace, the visitors can explore this immemorial astronomical observatory.

    Jantar Mantar, which means 'magical instrument' was designed in a unique way which helped in calculating time, predicting monsoons, eclipses and tracking the position of the sun, the moon and the stars. It is a collection of 14 geometric devices and the Samrat Yantra is the largest among these devices. It is also the largest sundial in the world.

    Though the Jantar Mantar was built in the ancient age, it still serves as a learning centre to amateur learners of astronomy and is a great source of knowledge for astronomical studies.

    Visiting hours: 9.30 A.M.- 4.30 P.M.
    Photography allowed: Yes

  • 10Gaitore

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    Located on the Jaipur-Amber highway, around 15 km from Jaipur, Gaitore is the afterlife-resting place of the valourous kings of Jaipur. It is the royal cremation ground of Jaipur and one of the main attractions of Jaipur city tour.

    Except Maharaja Sawai Ishwari Singh, who was cremated in the City Palace, Gaitore has the cenotaphs or tombstones (or Chhatri in Hindi) of all the Maharajas of Jaipur.

    Among all the cenotaphs, the one of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II is the most attractive. It is decorated with peacock carvings, crafted delicately on pure white marble. These tombstones or cenotaphs are believed to reflect the lavish lifestyle of the kings when they were alive.

    'Gaye ka Thor' which means 'resting place of the departed soul' is believed to be the original name of this royal cremation ground. However, it was misspelled as Gaitore and thus it got its name. Visit to Gaitore is the way to pay homage to the mighty rulers of Jaipur and their valour, and is an indispensable part of Jaipur sightseeing tours.

    • Visiting hours: 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM every day except Sundays
    • Photography allowed: Yes
  • 11Isarlat

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    Isarlat or the Swargasuli was erected in 1749 by Sawai Ishwari Singh to commemorate a grand victory in a battle. Since then, this 140 feet tower of victory is standing upright in Tripolia Bazar.

    This victory tower is a seven-storey watchtower, which offers the best panoramic view of the entire Jaipur city. Built in white marble stone, Isarlat has circular staircase to reach its top and the windows are engraved in such a way that it ensures fresh air and light inside the tower.

    • Visiting hours: 9.30 A.M.- 4.30 P.M.
    • Photography allowed: Yes
  • 12Raj Mandir Cinemas

    Raj Mandir Cinemas
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    The pride of Asia, Raj Mandir Cinema is one of the largest and most extravagant cinema complexes in Asia. Located on Bhagwan Das Road, this cinema complex is one of the most opulent movie theatres in India and an iconic place to visit while sightseeing in Jaipur.

    Inaugurated on the 1st of June 1976, the screen of this meringue shaped theatre started with the screening of ‘Charas’ movie. Till date, Raj Mandir has screened numerous Hindi movies and is one of the hotspots for the dignitaries of the Hindi Film Industry, Bollywood. It has also served for many private screenings of some of the popular Bollywood flicks.

    • Visiting hours: 11:00 A.M. – 2:00 A.M.
    • Photography allowed: No
  • 13Abhaneri


    Abhaneri, a small village in the Dasua district of Jaipur, is renowned for Harshat Mata Temple and the Chand Baori. Located on the Jaipur-Agra Highway, this village can be easily reached from all other surrounding places. It is an important historical sight for sightseeing in Jaipur.

    Harshat Mata, who is believed to be the goddess of happiness, sanctified this village with peace, prosperity and never-ending happiness. Away from the monotonous life of the bustling city, peace and happiness still prevail in this village, which is also very prosperous in its own regard.

    The Harshat Mata Temple is presently in ruins and the government is adopting requisite steps to restore the historic beauty of this temple.

    Chand Boari, India's largest and deepest step well is another attraction of this village. Built by the villagers, Chand Boari serves in rainwater harvesting and is an important source of water for the entire village.

    • Visiting hours: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Photography allowed: Yes
  • 14Galtaji

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    Cosseted between the picturesque mountain passes of the Aravalli Hills, Galtaji is considered as one of the holiest and major temples in Jaipur. It is a holy pilgrimage site for the Hindus and is located around 10 km from the main city.

    Saint Galav, who is believed to one of the devoted followers of the god is said to complete 100 years of meditation in this place. Pleased with his tapasya (penance), the gods appeared here and blessed this place with an everlasting water source.

    Later, a temple with seven holy kunds or ponds was built to mark the holy significance of the place. Every year, during Makar Sankranti, devotees from every corner of India gather at Galtaji and take a holy dip in the kunds. Galta Kund is the largest amongst the seven kunds and is also considered as the holiest.

    • Visiting hours: Sunrise to Sunset, on all week days
    • Photography allowed: Yes
  • 15Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh

    Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh
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    Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh was a pioneer of science, astronomy and architecture. His foresightedness can be proved form the grand layout and monuments across the city. Well, this legendary maharaja was also an adorable husband and the Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh proves his love towards his second queen, Maharani Sisodia.

    The maharaja built this garden in 1728 to immortalise his love towards Rani Sisodia. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city life, this garden served as the pleasure place for the couple.

    Exotic colourful flowers, magnificent layout and the enticing Radha-Krishna paintings in the garden makes it an ideal place to express love and affection.

    Luminous water channels, multi-tiered galleries, opulent fountains, colourful flowerbeds and lofty shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva, Vishnu and Hanuman, made the garden an ideal sanctum for the queen. Serenity and self-possession still prevails in this magnificent garden, which is very well connected to all the major tourist places in Jaipur.

    July-March is the best time to visit this garden. During this period, the garden blooms to its utmost gorgeousness with its exotic flowers.

    • Visiting hours: 8 AM to 6 PM
    • Photography allowed: Yes
  • 16Kanak Vrindavan Valley

    Kanak Vrindavan Valley

    Located amidst some of the popular tourist destinations of Jaipur, the Kanak Vrindavan Valley is one of the palatial gardens of the Pink City. Surrounded by the Aravalli Hills in the background, this garden is one of the picturesque spots in the Jaipur sightseeing package.

    Built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, this garden shares its name with the abode of Lord Krishna, Vrindavan. The garden also houses a temple of Lord Krishna, which is called the Shri Govind Deoji Temple and is believed to be the incarnating place of Lord Krishna. In addition, delicate marble carvings and sculpted idols illustrate the life of the god in a broader context.

    A series of imperial fountains and the spectacular view of the city and other attractions make this garden a must-visit place in Jaipur. Among all the fountains, Parikrama is the most striking fountain, which reflects the intricate craftsmanship of the bygone era.

    Visiting hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Photography allowed: Yes

  • One Day Treks in Jaipur

  • 17Water Valley Trek in Jaipur Flat 11% off

    Water Valley Trek in Jaipur Flat 11% off
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    Aravali range has exquisite water bodies to explore for and Jaipur presents itself with Jal mahal and Man Sagar lake in its laps. The beauty can be captured in the eyes of the beholder from the hills with extra serenity and scenic beauty. You can trek the Aravalis crowned with lush green trees present behind the magnificent Jal mahal and enjoy a day out with friends and family.

    About the activity:
    - The trek starts from Jal Mahal and ends at the same place. So, you have to assemble at this beautiful place before the hiking begins according to your convenience. You have to walk through the dense forests to reach at the backside of the waterbody.
    - From this point, you will be ascending through the hills while crossing the beautiful trail and taking a view of variety of birds on the way.
    - You can enjoy an aerial view of Mansagar lake glorified by historical golden Jal Mahal from the top. This view will bring a rejuvenated energy in the body and soul.
    - Get up and take this trek to enthrall yourself with the beauty of Aravalis.

    Timings: 6 AM - 10 AM
    *NOTE- Minimum number of people required- 3
  • 18Trek to Bhuteshwar Nath Mahadev

    Trek to Bhuteshwar Nath Mahadev
    • h5 Hours
    • lJaipur
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    - About the Activity

    Pink city is famous for its culture and bright colors. Yet, it offers a place in the nature to offer not just pilgrimage to Lord but also experience sight of an old beautiful temple.
    - The trek begins and ends at Sagar lake, Amer. So, assemble at the site as per your convenience.
    - One can walk through green trails of oldest mountains of the world called Aravali range and reach Bhuteshwar Nath temple after a good hike.
    - Embark a day in the woods with your friends and family and enjoy it with some refreshments which will be provided to you. The trek is a whole new experience and while you move ahead and come back, it is going to take around 4-5 hours. 
    - So, bring out that adventurous side of yours and trek with trained professionals or a guide along to keep yourself safe, delightful and happy.

    - Minimum number of people required- 3
  • 19Chour Ghati Trek in Jaipur Flat 13% off

    Chour Ghati Trek in Jaipur Flat 13% off
    • h4 Hours
    • lJaipur
    • NNNNN35 ratings
    • Verified Local Operator
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    About the trek
    Chour Ghati trek is a beautiful trek in the remnants of Aravalis crowned with lush green shades of deciduous trees, chirping of birds, calmness and quietness of nature and beauty of greenery surrounding it all.  The Galta valley proves to be one of the most serene valley within the boundaries of Jaipur once you catch the top of the hills.

    About the activity

    - The trek is marked with amazing rocky trails which provide easy reach to the Monkey temple and areas surrounding the Monkey valley, This trek is an amazing experience within itself.
    - The trek begins and ends at Galta ji gate. Assemble yourself for this 3-4 hour trek at the defined site as per the time that suits you.
    - Initially, you have to step up till the Sun temple at the platform above and you can enjoy a complete city view from here. From this point, descend to the main pond below and take a break to click pictures, sit in the shades and have some chit-chat with your mates. An ascending trail from here will point towards the Chour palace which is itself enclosed by dense forests surrounding it. Interestingly, to make this tour exciting, this palace was used by dacoits and thieves in earlier times and this information will definitely make you curious to be here. This entire valley enclosing scenic views, palace and pond is termed as Chour Ghati.
    - It is a must visit for all the adventure and Nature lovers who are keen to be at a really quiet and mesmerizing place within in the city center.
    TIMINGS: 6 AM - 10 AM

    *NOTE- Minimum number of people required for the booking- 3
  • 20Achrol Fort Day Trek with Rappelling, Jaipur

    Achrol Fort Day Trek with Rappelling, Jaipur
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    About the Activity:

    - Jaipur is a city replete with forts of amazing architectural beauty, most of which are the prime reason why the tourists love to visit this place so much and so frequently. One such great attraction is the amazing Achrol Fort located on the very outskirts of the city. This adventure package brings you the chance to trek to see the amazing ruined fort and enjoy a session of rappelling on the walls of it.
    - Starting from the famous Birla Mandir of Jaipur at about 6 AM, you will be leaving to reach the starting point of the trek in Achrol. Trek and arrive at the fort, spend some time clicking amazing pictures before indulging in a round of rappelling.
    - After having an exhilarating adventure, enjoy a wholesome breakfast before leaving for Jaipur at 10 AM and bringing the experience to an end. 

    TIMINGS: 6 AM- 10 AM
  • 21Hathni Kund Trek, Jaipur

    Hathni Kund Trek, Jaipur
    • h4 Hours
    • lJaipur
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    • Verified Local Operator
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    About the activity
    - With the verdant beauty of green hills and rocky trails, Hathni Kund trek is ideal for everyone in love with natural beauty and its exploration around the Pink city.
    - You will assemble at Charan Mandir placed in the meadows of Aravalis and can be easily reached while on the way to Nahargarh fort. Also, since the ending point of trek is same, you can park your vehicles safely at this point. Reach the point as per your convenient time.
    - The trail is studded with old temples, sand dunes, dense forests and a beautiful monsoonal waterfall before you arrive at Hathni Kund. The view of the surroundings as well as the pond will mesmerize you and make you feel the details of the past from real close. Experience the distinct surroundings in these trails and they will totally purify your soul.
    - A well scheduled day out in the woods and grasslands will fill you camera with good photographs. The trek falls in between easy to moderate level and hence, suitable for you with friends as well as families. 

    *NOTE- Minimum booking requirement for the trek- 3

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