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We understand that sometimes our guests don’t have much time to explore.
Here are our suggestions for what you can do in one day.
Pink City Day Tour
Before you get to the old city start with a visit to the stunning white marble temple of Birla Mandir. Then head to the pink walls of old Jaipur to visit our iconic Hawa Mahal, the palace of the royal women. Climb up its many levels for a wonderful view of the old city. Then wander through the local markets to make way to our City Palace. Round off this part of the walled city with a tour through Jantar Mantar, the astrology garden. Nearby is the Albert Hall Museum filled with history and it’s own beauty.
Amer Day Tour
On the outskirts of Jaipur is the old capital of Amer. Arrive in the morning for an elephant ride up to the majestic palace, then grab a local guide so you don’t miss any of it’s details. The Sheesh Mahal (Palace of Mirrors) is truly amazing! High above this palace is the Jaigarh Fort with spectacular views over the mountains and back to the city. On the way visit the Royal Gaitor, the memorial park of the Kings of Jaipur, to see exquisite marble carvings on the cenotaphs. Finish the day with some time at another of our icons, Jal Mahal, the water palace.
Abhaneri Day Tour
Around 95kms from Jaipur is the small village of Abhaneri, home to Chand Boari, one of the most spectacular step wells in Rajasthan. Nearby is an ancient temple and you can also see authentic village life along the way. Abhaneri is also a great stop on your way to Agra.
Pushkar – Ajmer Day Tour
With a few hours drive you can be in the town of Pushkar, a major pilgrimage site for Hindus and Sikhs. It is centred around its holy lake where many pilgrims go to bathe and do pooja (prayer). In autumn there is the famous Pushkar fair, which includes trading of live stock as well as a key pilgrimage time. Nearby is the city of Ajmer, also a pilgrimage site but for Muslims. In Ajmer is the golden tomb of Moinuddin Chishti, a Muslim saint.