Jaipur Tour | Jaipur tourist Places | Jaipur Travel Guide

Jaipur Tour | Jaipur tourist Places | Jaipur Travel Guide

Hello friend welcome to our channel to ToursandFodds. today we are going to share a tour plan of
one of the most beautiful city of India Jaipur. jaipur is also popular as a pink city pink
city is the city that was built in the year 1727 by Maharaja Jay Sing 2. The city is also hope of you UNESCO World
Heritage site Amber Fort Jantar mantar . On day 1 of Your tour first reach Jaipur from
any part of the country. Jaipur can be reached both by train air or
road. By air you can go to Jaipur International
airport and by train you can reach to Jaipur station. From Indian capital New Delhi Jaipur can be
reached by road. It would take almost five and half hours to
reach Jaipur from Delhi by road. This road trip is one of the best road trips
in India. A local cab will charge around Rs. 3500 for
this trip. At the entrance of Jaipur you can enjoy the
beauty of Araballi hills. After reaching Jaipur check into your hotel. In the Afternoon start your tour with a trip
around Pink City. The city Jaipur was founded in the year 1727
by the then Rajput Ruller Maharaja Jai sing 2 after whom the city is named. It is the earliest planned city of Mordern
India which is designed by Vidyadhar Bhatttachary. Currently this is the capital city of Largest
State of the country Rajasthan. Day-2
On day 2, after breakfast first go to visit the three famous forts of Jaipur city. The three forts of Jaipur are Jaigarh, Nahargarh
and Amber Fort. A reserved car will charge around Rs2500 for
a whole day trip. First go to Jaigarh fort. We stayed near Jaipur station and it took
around 40 minutes to reach Jaigrah fort from that place. After crossing the main city territory, you
will be exposed to the rustic beauty of the Aravalli hills. Needless to say, that will be an amazing experience. Jaigrah fort is situated on top of a hill
which is locally known as “Cheel ka teela” which means Hill of Eagles. The fort was built in the year 1726 by Swai
jai Singh II. The fort is surrounded by a thick red sand
stone wall. You can enjoy a walk around the fort wall
and experience the past glory of this fort. From the small opening of the fort wall you
can see the beautiful Maota Lake at a distance and the gorgeous Jaipur city lying at the
base of this hill. And it is famously known as the ‘Fort of Victory’
as it was never conquered. Right now, the fort houses “Jaivana” which
is the largest canon on wheels. Currently, Indian Army is taking care of this
canon. This fort is a major tourist attraction of
Jaipur city and experiences a large number of visitors every day. The entry fee here is Rs 150 per person for
foreigners and Rs 70 person for Indian tourists. The fort is open from 9 Am to 5 PM. From Jaigarh fort go to visit Nahargarh fort. Nahargarh Fort is another major fort of Jaipur
city. Situated on the edge of Aravalli Hills this
fort is famous for amazing views of the surroundings. The view of Jaipur city from here is worth
mentioning. Nahargarh Fort was built in the year 1734
by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. Entry fee here is Rs 20 per head for Indian
tourists and Rs 70 per head for foreigners. The fort is open from 10 Am to 5 PM all days. After entering the fort, first go to see the
Wax Museum and a model of ancient Sheesh Mahal. You have to purchase separate ticket to enter
the premises. The ticket price here is Rs 150 per person. Next, go to see the water tank of the fort. In ancient time, the royals used to store
their daily usage water here. Behind the water tank there is a step well. This step well is famous for its stunning
architecture. From there go to visit MadhavendraBhavan. It is the summer palace of the royal family. The palace has 9 identical two-story suites,
all of these suites were once the residence of the nine queens of Jaipur. Every apartment had the name of the queen
written on top of the entrance. The main attractive part of this palace is
its roof. It is famous for its amazing views of the
surrounding city. You can enjoy a walk around this roof. Inside Nahargarh fort, there is a fine dining
restaurant “Once Upon a time”. You can enjoy your lunch here. From Nahargarh fort go to visit Amber fort. Here, you have to park your reserved car at
the base of the hill. From there either take a jeep or enjoy elephant
ride to reach the main Fort complex. The fare of a jeep is Rs 500 for 6 people
and the elephant ride will cost Rs 1100 for 2 people. The Jeep enters the fort from the back side
and you have to get down outside the main entrance. From there you have to cover the fort tour
on foot. If you are taking elephant ride then it will
bring you straight to the first courtyard through the front gate. There are three courtyards inside Amber fort. After crossing the main entrance of the fort
you will enter into the first courtyard. At the far end of this courtyard, stands the
Temple of Shila Devi. Through another pathway beside the temple
entrance you will be able to enter into the second courtyard of the Fort. In the second courtyard, first, visit the
Diwan-i-am or the public audience hall. Passing the Diwan i am, you will find the
beautifully designed gate Ganesh Pol. Entering through which you will come to the
main palace complex. On one side of the palace complex stands the
famous Sheesh Mahal or the main residence of the king. On the walls of Sheesh Mahal, you can see
the beautiful artwork of thousands of convex mirrors. On the other side of the ground, you will
see the Sukh Mahal or the summer and monsoon palace of the queen. Here, you can see a passage inside the queen’s
bedroom. Once, water used to flow through this passage
in order to make this room cool in the summer days. In between these two palaces, lies a beautiful
garden. Passing this ground you will enter into the
women’s quarter where the palaces of 12 queens of the king stand. Each palace had a two-story construction in
which there were a separate bedroom, dining room and dressing room. At the centre of this women’s quarter, lies
the third courtyard of the palace. This was a highly secured place. There is a two-story structure which surrounds
this courtyard. At the back side of the main palace, there
was the royal kitchen. Here you can see the huge cooking pots which
were used for cooking in past days. Entry fee here is Rs 100 for Indian tourists
and Rs 550 for Foreigners. Amber fort is open from 10 am to 5.30 pm. In the evening you can enjoy light and sound
show here. The ticket price is Rs150 per person. From Amber fort, go to visit Jal Mahal. The Jal Mahal palace is an architectural brilliance. The palace was built in red sandstone and
is a five-storied structure, of which four floors remain underwater when the lake is
full. Right now, it is not accessible to tourists. You can enjoy the beauty of Jal Mahal from
the side of the Lake. Day-3
On day 3 morning, first go to visit Albert Hall Museum. Albert Hall is the oldest museum and the State
Museum of Rajasthan. It is also called the Government Central Museum. In the front hall of this museum, you can
see beautiful Paintings of all the kings of Jaipur. In the inner hall, you can see a rich collection
of jewelry, carpets, stone and metal sculptures and crystal artworks. Ticket fare is Rs 10 per head for Indian tourists
and Rs 150 for foreigners. The museum is open from 9 Am to 5 PM. From Albert Hall Museum go to City Palace
and Hawa Mahal. The City Palace is famous for its magnificent
architecture and is one of the major tourist attractions of the city. It was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh during
the years 1729 to 1732. From there go to visit Hawa Mahal. Hawa Mahal was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap
Singh in the year 1799. It derives its name from its unique structure,
which is a network of small windows that allows cool wind to enter the palace to keep it comfortable
during the hot summer days. Hawa Mahal palace is a five-story building. It has been decorated with 953 tiny windows
which are also known as ‘Jharokhas’. Each Jharokha is designed with gorgeous latticework. There is a slop in every floor that leads
to another floor. Only the fourth floor has a steep stair case
that leads to fifth floor. From the top of the palace, you can get a
dazzling view of the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, and Siredeori Bazar. The entry fee here is Rs 40 per head for Indian
visitors. The Palace is open for the tourists from 9AM
to 5PM From there, go to visit Jantar Mantar. Jantar Mantar is the largest stone astronomical
observatory in the world. Due to its rich cultural and scientific value,
Jantar Mantar of Jaipur is in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. There are numerous hotels and resorts available
in Jaipur. A good quality mid-level hotel will cost around
Rs 1600 to 2000 per day. The total package will cost around Rs 18000
per couple. Please let us know your opinion in the comment
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22 thoughts on “Jaipur Tour | Jaipur tourist Places | Jaipur Travel Guide

  1. The two black vessels ( kadai) shown at 8.15 were made for the movie shooting of Jodha Akbar. But the commentary says it were used for the kings

  2. Thanks for video of clean city of forts… Rajasthan…where u can virtually see the past in the present

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