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2 Day Jaipur Private Guided Tour

Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
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Durée

2 Days

Type de Parcours

Parcours journalier

Taille des groupes

10 personne

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Day 1 –  We’ll start off the day by visiting the spectacular Amber Fort which was founded in the 11th century. It’s beautifully constructed from yellow and pink sandstone and gleaming white marble. Entering through the Sun Gate, your privately guided tour reveals lavish courtyards, decorated halls, and the dazzling Chamber of Mirrors. Spend some time at Panna Meena stepwell- the second-largest stepwell in the region is a beautiful hidden gem and one of Jaipur’s most photogenic spots. According to the local residents, it’s impossible for a person to use the same stairs to get down and go back up. ( it’s not allowed to get down the stepwell for safety reasons, however, if you want to get down the stepwell, our tour guide can talk to the on-duty guard and pay some amount to get permission. It shall also depend on the guard at duty whether he’s willing to co-operate)

Next, we’ll move to a very ancient temple of Jagat Siromani Ji build between 1599 and 1608 AD. An architectural marvel. The sheer grandeur of the intricate work on the stone will get you mesmerized. A peaceful abode that is majestic at the same time, less explored, and not even known by many travelers. 

We’ll then pull over at Water Palace which sits in the middle of the lake! The ancient palace that was previously used for duck-hunting is currently off-limits to the public, but it definitely makes for a postcard-perfect photo. 

Drive downtown Jaipur to tour the City Palace Museum. City Palace is a fine blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. One of the most important architectural landmarks in Jaipur, this palace complex has numerous buildings, courtyards, impressive gateways, and temples. Chandra Mahal is still the residence of the present royal family. 

Our next stop is Hawa Mahal-Arguably Jaipur’s most acclaimed landmark, which was built in 1799 to enable the ladies of the royal household to watch street processions while remaining in a strict state of purdah. Its 5-story facade, decked with no less than 593 finely screened windows and balconies, makes the building seem far larger than it really is; in fact, it is little more than one room thick in most parts. Though the primary source of its appeal is undoubtedly the fantastic honeycomb pink and white face, visitors can go inside by entering from the back to see exactly where the women sat, and take a close look at the detailed stonework 

The Jantar Mantar observatory in Jaipur constitutes the most significant and best-preserved set of fixed monumental instruments built in India in the first half of the 18th century; some of them are the largest ever built in their categories. Designed for the observation of astronomical positions with the naked eye, they embody several architectural and instrumental innovations. 

Swargasuli Tower- Very interesting and less touristy. If you have the heart and legs to climb up this swirling tower, you should visit this place. Definitely worth it. The breeze at the top is reason alone, not to mention the panoramic old city views from atop this prominent 18th-century, 7 or 8-story minaret. but it requires quite a steep climb to the top (circular ramp up the tower). Your tour guide can take you there and see if you’re able to climb up.

Experience a tuk-tuk ride in the old Jaipur city, walk around and explore the lively and colorful bazaars with your private guide – get behind the scenes and walk through backstreets and alleys. Taste the famed delicious lassi at Lassiwala. 

Day 2- Today we’ll first go to Albert Hall Museum. With absolutely stunning architecture and intricate design, this museum is the pride of Jaipur in every measure. It’s a true representation of the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture and design. This revival style of architecture was used by the British in India during the 19th century. With stylish and beautiful decorative elements, the museum is a classic example of the architectural finesse of that time. Enjoy the intricate designs on museum exteriors with typical ‘Chhatri’ style towers with absolutely fine craftsmanship. Every part of the museum emulates a tale of yesteryear giving us a glimpse of a time when machines were not used to carve the most gorgeous designs. Complete with brown and beige tinge stone exteriors, and a sprawling garden lined with murals and Persian paintings within, this museum is a treat for sore eyes. The museum has a rich collection of artifacts including paintings, carpets, ivory, stone, metal sculptures, and works in crystal. 

We’ll also tour, the Patrika Gate an entranceway to the Jahawar Circle Park which, if you didn’t know already, is the biggest circular park in Asia on a traffic signal! On the outside, you’ll find a huge elaborate pink gate looming over the peaks of luscious trees. On the inside of the gate, you’ll find a fabulous rainbow walkway! As you walk under the gate, you’ll find a row of fabulous archways. Each one has been decorated with Rajasthani culture in mind. It showcases major attractions in Jaipur, such as Jal Mahal, as well as colorful artwork. You’ll truly be mesmerized by the decoration and it will take you a while to stop admiring every detail. It’s easy to see why this is one of the top photo locations in the city. It’s incredibly gorgeous.

Next, we drive to the Royal Gaitor Tumbas-The stone monuments are beautifully and intricately carved. has the most impressive marble cenotaph, with a dome supported by 20 carved pillars.

and then admire an 18th-century ancient monkey temple squeezed between cliffs in a rocky valley, It is also known as the Galtaji or Monkey Temple as you will find hundreds of monkeys living here. It houses some very run-down temples and three water tanks. lots of shaped roofs, balconies, and arches. One can imagine how beautiful this place was in its prime. An amazing refuge away from the vibrant and noisy Jaipur. The temple is straight out of the jungle book with elaborate carvings and ruins. 

The next stopover is Jaigarh Fort. Located on the Hill of Eagles, Jaigarh fort was built in 1726 AD and is at a height of 500 feet above sea level and offers panoramic views of the surrounding. It houses the world’s largest cannon on wheels called ‘Jaivana Cannon’. It is made up of sandstones and is spread over an area of 3 km. Made with the purpose of protecting Amer Fort, Jaigarh fort is considered the strongest monument of Jaipur. Also known by the name of ‘Victory Fort’, this place was considered a storehouse of all the war amours, cannons, arms, and ammunition. There is a Persian-style garden within the complex of the fort which is divided into 4 parts. The best part about the fort is its windows which are made of lattices. These windows allow a complete view of the exteriors, but nothing can be observed from the outside.

Later, we’ll drive to Nahargarh Fort- Located on the rocky ridge. Nahargarh means abode of tigers. The palace has 12 matching boudoirs for the queens, at the head of which is a suite for the king. They are all connected by corridors decorated with delicate murals. When dusk arrives and the entire Jaipur city gets lit up, Nahargarh Fort offers the most sparkling view of the entire city. Witness a stunning sunset view with a bird’s eye view of Jaipur city. ( sunset view is subjected to favorable weather conditions. We really hope we get some good sunshine)

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  • On this 2-day Jaipur private guided city tour, you'll explore like a cal in the company of a private local tour guide. A breathtaking sunset view at Nahargarh Fort is something you would want to keep going back to. You'll explore fascinating bazaars and historic sights. Tradition and modernity exist beautifully side by side: on the vibrant streets, motorbikes jostle for space, whilst turbaned village elders rub shoulders with youngsters in jeans. Learn about less explored Panna Meena step well and Taste delicious lassi at Lassiwala. A private air-conditioned car and driver will buy you will comfort. Skip the line tour as your tour guide will help you buy entry tickets.

Inclus/non inclus

  • All the sightseeing and transfers as mentioned in the itinerary by a private air-conditioned car
  • Parking & gasoline
  • Bottled water, cookies, snacks, soft drinks, Wifi access in the car
  • Private English-speaking tour guide service
  • A glass of lassi at the famed Lassiwala
  • Pickup and drop off from/ to Jaipur airport/rail station and bus stand
  • Applicable Govt tax
  • Entrance fees for Monuments (your tour guide will help you skip the line to buy the tickets. You can pay there as per actual)
  • Hotel ( I can help to book a good hotel)
  • Meals
  • All other personal expenses
  • Tip to the driver and tour guide ( recommended)
  • Video and still camera Fees at the monuments ( one normal still camera free of cost is allowed per person)
  • Insurance/Emergency/Medical Cost ( please carry your own travel insurance)

Durations

02 Jours

Lieu du Séjour

Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

FAQs

Complete Pricing of the tour
1 Traveler- Euro 104 ( sedan car)
1 Traveler- Euro 132 ( Toyota MUV)
2 Travelers- Euro 52 per person ( Sedan car)
2 Travelers- Euro 66 per person ( Toyota MUV)
3 Travelers- Euro 44 per person ( Toyota MUV ) )
4 Travelers- Euro 33 per person ( Toyota MUV)
5 Travelers- Euro 26.40 per person ( Toyota MUV)
6 Travelers- Euro 39.33 per person ( One Sedan car + Toyota MUV OR one mini-coach)
7 Travelers- Euro 33.71 per person (One Sedan car + Toyota MUV OR one mini-coach)
8 Travelers- Euro 29.50 per person (Two Toyota MUV OR one mini-coach)
9 Travelers- Euro 26.22 per person (Two Toyota MUV OR one mini-coach)
10 Travelers - Euro 23.60 per person (Two Toyota MUV OR one mini-coach)
Payment Method
You can confirm the tour paying 30% advance and remaining 70% at the end of the day. You can pay me online with a credit card via a very secured payment system powered and managed by India's biggest & leading bank, HDFC Bank. You can also pay the remaining 70% in cash in any running foreign currency or in Indian Rupees.
Start Timing of the tour
The best-recommended timing to start the day is anytime between 8 am to 10 am.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
You can cancel the tour 24-hours in advance before the tour date to avoid any cancellation charges. For example- if you have confirmed a tour for Aug 5, you can cancel up to 12 am on Aug 3. Any cancelation after that time, will be subjected to 30% cancelation charges of the total tour amount.
Please be informed that the refund process may take up to 2 weeks. Any charges levied by the bank in the refund process shall be borne by the guests.

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