10 Places to Visit Near Jaipur Within 100 km: Updated List
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Tourist Places near Jaipur within 100 km

Chand Bawri, Kishangarh, Achrol Fort, Shivad temple, Bagru Village, Dausa, Sambar Lake, Khatu Shyam Ji, Bhangarh Fort, Sariska National Park.

Pink City dwellers and other tourists staying in and around the city, there are plenty of places to visit near Jaipur within 100 km to either have an extended vacation or plan a new short excursion over a weekend. Whether you are a nature enthusiast or an admirer of antiquity and history, there is something for everyone to see and enjoy. Beginning with the magnanimous forts and archaic monuments like - Chand Bawri; a thousand-year-old stepwell that will look exceptionally good on your social media feed. And Achrol Fort, built in the 15th-century on top of a hill, is also ideal for adventurous travellers who can enjoy a hike here.

Next up on the list of tourist places near Jaipur within 100 km are the Sambhar Lake and Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary that are the gateway to the natural beauty that resides in the state of Rajasthan. At the same time, the nearby towns and cities are also alluring escapes to experience rich cultural values and heritage. And for the ones in search of spiritual enlightenment and devout, they can look at the following list of the many age-old temples among other sites worth seeing. 

Here is the list of places to visit near Jaipur within 100 km:

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Bagru Village

Bagru Village
One of the elegant places to visit near Jaipur within 100 km is the Bagru Village which is a traditional Rajasthani village. The sleepy village is known for its block prints and has a history associated with this for about 400 years. The name of the village “Bagru” means “to print” and it got this name from here itself.

The Bagru textiles are led by the 5th generation of dyers and one must not miss out on a chance of touring this piece of land. Be it the classic dying of the fabrics or printing them with the unique patterns, the locals of Bagru are well versed with each one of them. 

Location: Jaipur District, Sanganer Tehsil

Distance from Jaipur
: Approximately 30 km away.

Average tour cost is INR 1000 per person.

Achrol Fort

Achrol Fort
Built back in the 15th century, the Achrol Fort is an old haveli in the Achrol village. This hidden historic jewel is belonging of the Thikana family, who was the Kachhawa rulers of the pink city. The palace and the fort showcase the grandeur of the bygone era and restore the old world charm.

The museum of the fort exhibits the lifestyle of the Rajas and the things they used at the time of the battle. Another prominent characteristic of the fort is its strategic positioning, which was to safeguard the people of the Raja’s tribe and help at the time of war to attack the enemies. The architecture, views, and carving of the fort are quite exclusive and henceforth it is a spot worth visiting. 
Location: Achrol, Jaipur, Rajasthan 303002

Distance from Jaipur:
Approximately 35km away.

No entrance fee


Quaint ancient town gaining its name from the Sanskrit word Dhau-sa, is a remarkable holiday destination. With the literal meaning resemblance to heaven, this place boasts relics of history and ancient temples. Apparently, this is one of the most placid places to visit near Jaipur within 100 km and is also referred to as Deva Nagri.

The city is of great archeological importance and is dotted with a number of architectural marvels namely Mehandipur Balaji temple, Jai Baba Neelkanth temple, and various others. If you are seeking a unique rural experience then this is the right destination for you.

Price: Average tour cost is INR 500 per person.

Distance from Jaipur:
Approximately 57 km away.

Average tour cost is INR 600 per person.
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Sambhar Lake

Sambhar Lake
Another one in the spectrum of excellent picnic spots near Jaipur within 100 km is the Sambhar lake that is a true delight to the eyes. The lake is known for the production of salt and houses the largest unit of salt production in India. Umpteen number of vibrant birds flock to this lake and that is a great sight for the bird watchers and iit is one of the best  places to visit near Jaipur within 100 km.

Right from the colored Flamingoes to the pelicans, each one of them can be spotted at the lake. In the proximity of the lake is the Shakambari Devi temple where you can seek blessings from the goddess. 

Sambhar Lake-town, Jaipur

Distance from Jaipur:
Approximately 71 km away.

No entrance fee

Shivad Temple

Shivad Temple
Nestled in the vicinity of an old fort, the Shivad temple is an astounding temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The devotees flock here to seek blessings and prosperity. The temple is adorned with a number of deities of gods and goddesses and on Shivaratri, the aura of the temple is lit.

It is believed that the Shivad temple of Niwai is one of the Dwadasa Jyotirlingas and the ultimate shrine of Lord Shiva. If you are seeking for a place to visit with your family, then this holy temple is the right pick for you.

Niwai, Jaipur

Distance from Jaipur:
Approximately 73 km away.

No entrance fee

Khatu Shyam Ji

Khatu Shyam Ji
Seek blessings from the famous God, Khatu Shyam Ji who was a follower of Lord Krishna. In later times, Lord Krishna gave him the boon that he will be worshiped as the god of Kaliyuga and since then this temple receives a number of travelers and it is one of the famous places to visit near Jaipur within 100 km.

Earlier, Khatu Shyam was named Barbarika but after his sacrifice, he got the name Shyam from Lord Krishna. The temple is a world-renowned temple and the architecture is quite amusing.

Sikar, Rajasthan

Distance from Jaipur:
Approximately 80 km away.

No entrance fee

Bhangarh Fort

Bhangarh Fort
Looking for thrilling places to visit near Jaipur within 100 km? Bhangarh is the right place for you! This is definitely not a place for the faint-hearted because of the mysterious tales associated with it. It is located on the borders of the Sariska Tiger Reserve and is famed for its Bhangarh Fort.

The fort was built by King Madho Singh who was the younger brother of Akbar’s general named Man Singh. As per the common folklore, it is believed that the King promised that no shadows will touch the meditation zone but he failed to keep the promise he made. Since then, the village had the curse that it will remain roofless and even if the roof is built it collapses.

Location: Bhangarh, Alwar District

Distance from Jaipur:
Approximately 83 km away.

Average tour cost is INR 1500 per person.

Chand Bawri

Chand Bawri
Famed as the stepwell that was built over 1000 years ago, Chand Bawri is one of the most beautiful territories of Rajasthan.  This is the largest stepwell in the world and is elegantly built to attract visitors. It was designed by the King of Chanda Baori in the 9th century and is one of the best-hidden picnic spots near Jaipur within 100 km.

The word ‘Bawri’ stands for ‘stepwell’ and is a unique creation of the architects. The well is well sketched with steps that will lead you down to the water and are 3500 in number. The descend to the well is 20 meters and it draws tourists from different corners of the world. 

Abhaneri Village, Chand Baori, Jaipur Province

Distance from Jaipur:
Approximately 93 km away.

Average tour cost is INR 1000 per person


Famed as the marble city of India, Kishangarh is one of the popular tourist places to visit near Jaipur within 100 km. Something that makes this place must-visit is the temple of nine planets established only here in Kishangarh. Apart from this, it is also known for its exceptional artworks that include marble carvings, paintings, and murals.

Some of the key attractions of the city include the Kishangarh Fort, Gundolav Lake, and the Maharaja Phool Mahal Palace. Be it the rich Rajasthani culture or the trails of marble retailers, this city does not leave a stone unturned to amaze the visitors.

Location: Kishangarh, Ajmer District

Distance from Jaipur:
Approximately 103km away.

Average tour cost is INR 800 per person.


Sariska National Park

Sariska National Park
Next in the array of scenic places near Jaipur within 100 km is the Sariska National Park that is a classic blend of dry deciduous forests, sheer cliffs, and rocky landscapes. With a tour of this park, you can enjoy camel safaris, wildlife watching, and strolling over the beautiful grasslands.

The region is covered with the dhok trees and boasts an exotic collection of wild animals namely sambhar, chital, nilgai, langur, leopard, four-horned antelope, wild boar, hyena, rhesus macaque, and jungle cats. Apart from the wide array of flora and fauna, here you can also spot the ruins of Garh-Rajor temple that was built back in the 10th century which is a great site of attraction.

Location: Subhash Chowk Station road Malakhera, Alwar, Rajasthan 301406

Distance from Jaipur: Approximately 107 km away.

Price: Entrance fee is INR 80, and Safari charges are starting from INR 500 per person
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  1. Which are the best places to visit near Jaipur within 100 km with friends?

    1. Achrol Fort: Located in the Achrol village, around 35 kilometres away from Jaipur, the Achrol Fort is an ancient haveli, dating back to the 15th century. For a getaway with friends, it is a great place to visit, away from the bustling streets of the Pink City. If you and your friends are history buffs, you will surely love the museum of the fort, where you can see how the Rajas of the bygone eras used to live, in addition to their weaponry.

    2. Dausa: 
    Around 57 kilometres from Jaipur is Dausa, a tranquil old town boasting of hundreds of years of history, culture and traditions. Also known as Deva Nagri, it is amongst the best places to visit with friends for relaxation and rejuvenation.

    3. Sambar Lake: 
    This saltwater lake, situated around 71 kilometres from Jaipur, is a great spot to enjoy picnics with your friends. You can also spend some time watching different bird species here.

    4. Bhangarh: 
    Located on the outskirts of Jaipur, around 83 kilometres away, Bhangarh and Bhangarh Fort is one of the most famous places to visit with friends. Surrounded by numerous mysterious stories and theories, the fort is a great place to explore the history of this land.
  2. Which are the best forts to visit near Jaipur within 100 km?

    1. Achrol Fort: Located around 35 kilometres away from Jaipur and dating back to the 15th century, the Achrol Fort used to be the biggest haveli in the Achrol village. Owned by the Thikana family, the fort is the living example of the bygone eras, oozing an old-world charm and showcasing the lives of the royals. The fort was also used for military purposes.

    2. Bhangarh Fort: 
    Known for its mysterious tales and stories, and boasting of an otherworldly ambience, the Bhangarh Fort is one of the most famous of all forts in Rajasthan, located 83 kilometres from the Pink City. Located on the borders of the Sariska Tiger Reserve, the fort was built by King Madho Singh. According to folklore, it is believed that the village as well as the fort is cursed.

    3. Samode Palace: 
    Currently a part of a chain of luxury hotels, Samode Palace is now a luxurious heritage resort located 52 kilometres away from the city of Jaipur. This resort also often hosts many celebrities from the country as well as abroad.

    4. Kishangarh Fort: 
    Amongst the oldest forts in Rajasthan, Kishangarh Fort is a fort that holds a lot of historical significance. Located approximately 100 kilometres away from Jaipur, the fort links India to Pakistan. History and archaeology buffs will definitely love the fort.
  3. How far is Bhangarh from Jaipur?

    Bhangarh is located around 84.9 kilometres from Jaipur. Since there are no trains operating between the two cities, the best way to reach Bhangarh from the Pink City is by driving. Alternatively, you can also avail the state bus service to reach Bhangarh from Jaipur. This bus service operates on a regular basis.
  4. Which are the best resorts to stay near Jaipur within 100 km?

    1. Indra Villas Hotel Aslisar: Located in the small town of Alsisar, Jhunjhunu, a few hundred kilometres from Jaipur, is the stunning Indra Vilas Hotel. Boasting of 100 rooms, with ancient and traditional art and hospitality, this hotel is one of the best near the Pink City within 100 kms.

    2. Samode Haveli: 
    Samode Haveli is one of the best luxury resorts within a 100 km distance near Jaipur. With an elegant architecture and a quaint, serene ambience, the resort has spacious and luxurious rooms.

    3. Chokhi Dhani Resort: 
    This resort is great if you wish to have a village-like experience. It is known for offering guests the perfect Rajasthani hospitality, culture and experience.

    4. The Kuchaman Fort: 
    Located in Ajmer, this resort is one of the best resorts within 100 kilometres of Jaipur. Along with extravagant services and facilities, this heritage resort also has an indoor swimming pool, restaurant and other state of the art amenities.
  5. Is Jaipur a good place to visit?

    Yes, Jaipur is an amazing place to visit as it offers an exotic blend of historic sites and nature. While some of the famous landmarks like City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Amer Fort, Jantar Mantar, Nahargarh Fort, Jal Mahal, Jaigarh Fort are dotted on the geography of the city, it also boasts with some amazing restaurants like Choki Dhani, Fort Jaipur that not serve good food but also cater to the excellent ambiance.
  6. How can I plan 2 days in Jaipur?

    A 2-day itinerary plan for the Pink city is an easy one.
    -On the 1st day, you can visit City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Albert Hall Museum, and Birla Mandir.
    -Then on the 2nd day, you can plan Amer Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Jal Mahal, Bapu Bazaar and Johari Bazaar.
  7. How many days are required to visit Jaipur?

    Touring Jaipur at least needs 2 days as it is dotted with a number of shopping streets, temples, forts, and historic structures. If you wish to extend the days, then you can visit the nearby attractions like Bhangarh, Alwar, Pushkar, and several other destinations that are dotted in its vicinity.
  8. How can I spend 3 days in Jaipur?

    Traveling to Jaipur for 3 days? No worries as the Pink city has a lot to offer to the visitors.
    -On the very first day, you can visit the City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Albert Hall Museum and Birla Mandir.
    -On the next day, you can explore the forts namely Amer Fort, Jaigarh Fort, and Nahargarh Fort.
    -Once you have traversed the grandeur of the city, then you can head to Bhangarh that is in its proximity or you can have a relaxing day by partying at the various clubs.

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