Famous architectural wonders that you can visit in Jaipur tour packages by Rajasthan Holidays
- Amer Fort -
The Royal fort of Amer is one of the top desirable destinations in Jaipur. Tourists enter Amber Fort by Suraj Pol, its main courtyard, the Jaleb Chowk, and the areas where armies entered during the war. The fort overlooks Maota Lake, the principal supply of water for the Amer Palace, with its huge walls, series of gates, and cobblestone roads. The fort walls are made from pink and pale yellow sandstone and white marble. You are given an option to ride an elephant-like the Kings used to do. Siladevi Mandir, Jai Mandir, and the Sukh Niwas portray exceptional artwork and excellent functionality. Amer Fort is a perfect example of Rajput architecture with a hint of Mughal influence. The Diwan-e-Aam, the Diwan-e-Khas, or the Sheesh Mahal are other beautiful locations. This Palace, along with Jaigarh Fort, is situated on the Aravalli range of hills. When you book a Jaipur trip package from the Rajasthan holidays, you won't be missing anything.
- Jal Mahal -
The, Jal Mahal palace is a grand architectural showcase of Rajput-style architecture. It has a scenic view of Man Sagar Lake from the middle of the water. You can view Man Singh Dam on the east with Nahargarh hills surrounding the vie of the dam. The Palace is an old remnant made of red sandstone, having four stories out of five submerged in water. Only the top floor is exposed, which can be seen from all sides. Although access to the Palace is restricted, you can take a boat ride to get a closer look at the monument. If you plan to visit Jaipur, book your one-day Jaipur trip at Rajasthan Holiday, especially to see the Palace.
- Kanak Vrindavan Garden -
Kanak Vrindavan is built on the road to the Amer Fort at the bottom of the Nahargarh hill. It is located valley surrounded by Aravali hills. Kanak Vrindavan Garden is full of greenery, and it hosts many migratory birds. People visit the garden to watch birds like the Neel Kanth, Kingfisher, and dove each year. This garden is compared to the valley of Vrindavan, and the Maharaja consecrated an idol of Sri Krishna in the Shri Govind Deoji Parisar temple in the Kanak Vrindavan valley. A temple, a series of fountains, and beautiful marble decorations may all be seen. It is pretty convenient to reach the garden as it is near Amer fort Palace, Jaigarh Fort, and Nahargarh Fort. Hence, you can easily catch up on major spots with Rajasthan Holiday's Jaipur One Day Tour.
- Jaigarh Fort -
Jaigarh Fort is located on the top of the Aravalli range's Cheel ka Teela peninsula. You can see the Amer Fort and the Maota Lake from the top of the fort. The fort's structural design is identical to Amer Fort's, also known as Victory Fort Jaigarh Fort was built to safeguard Amer Fort and is considered Jaipur's most powerful structure. It was used to store all war amours, cannons, weaponry, and ammunition. "Jaivana" cannon, which used to be the World's most giant cannon on wheels, was built here.
Underground passages connect Jaigarh Fort and Amer Fort. Laxmi Vilas, Lalit Mandir, Aram Mandir, and the Vilas Mandir are among the fort's other attractions. There is a Persian-style garden within the fort's structure separated into four sections. With Rajasthan, Holiday won't miss visiting Jaigarh fort as a part of your Jaipur tour package.
- City Palace -
The construction of City Palace, which took over 400 years to complete, resides in the Aravalli hills, located on the east coast of Lake Pichola.
The City Palace is beautifully architectured and is believed to be the largest in Rajasthan. The design of the Palace is a mix of Rajasthani and Mughal architectural styles. It provides a panoramic view of the city and its surroundings. There are several historic buildings, including the Lake Palace, Jag Mandir, Jagdish Temple, Monsoon Palace, and Neemach Mata temple near the Palace. You will visit each of them with Jaipur 2 Days Tour booked from Rajasthan Holiday.
- Hawa Mahal -
The Hawa Mahal is made of red and pink sandstone, and it extends to the women's quarters on the back of the City Palace. The Palace was created by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh's grandson, who was also the creator of Jaipur, and Khetri Mahal's structure inspired the construction of Hawa Mahal. The building looks like a honeycomb with 953 small windows called Jharokhas inscribed with latticework. This architectural feature also allowed cool air to move through due to the Venturi effect, making the entire space more pleasant during the hot summer months. Hence the name of the Palace, "Hawa," means air. People visit the Palace from across the World in their Jaipur Trip package.
- Jantar-Mantar -
The Jantar Mantar is a unique collection of astronomical instruments made of stone, and it can only be seen with the naked eye. There were five Jantar Mantars, all of which were created at the request of Raja Jai Singh II, and he was fascinated by mathematics, construction, and astronomy. This equinoctial sundial is the largest example of a massive triangular gnomon.
Along with the hypotenuse parallel to the Earth's axis, it is a unique instrument. A quadrant of a circle, parallel to the equator's plane, is drawn on either side. Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is also World's largest stone sundial, and it is called "the Vrihat Samrat Yantra ."Students usually visit Jantar Mantar on their One Day Jaipur trip with Rajasthan Holiday.
- Albert Hall Museum -
The Albert Hall Museum in Jaipur is Rajasthan's oldest museum, located in Ram Niwas garden. The building has a remarkable Indo-Saracenic architectural resemblance and has unique stone decorations. It is also called the "Government Central Museum" and is the most famous state museum. This museum houses a fantastic collection of antiquities, treasured objects, and other artworks. The museum was known for its architectural superiority and is still a magnificent wonder. Murals, Persian paintings, and other works of art may be found throughout the museum's halls. They depict historical civilizations and kingdoms such as the Green, Babylonian, Chinese, and others. Visit such architecturally wonderful and nationally essential structures with Rajasthan Holiday's Jaipur trip package.
- Nahargarh Fort -
The fort once was a strong defender of the city with its tall wall, along with Jaigarh Fort and Amer Fort. Tigers are believed to reside in the hills and, therefore, the fort's name. Living at the beds of the Aravalli hills, it is a magnificent fort that joins walls with two other famous forts. The Madhavendra Bhawan, which included 12 identical rooms for each of Sawai Madho Singh's 12 queens, is a must-visit for our packages at Rajasthan Holidays. The structure's interiors feature magnificent paintings and connecting passageways to the communal areas.
- Royal Gaitor -
The Royal Gaitor served as a crematory for several maharajas. The place is located in a valley between three desert hillsides down to the Nahargarh Fort. Royal Gaitor is one of Jaipur's lesser-known tourist attractions, and however, it has a remarkable architectural brilliance that no one should miss. Whenever you plan a visit to Jaipur, add this place to your Jaipur Trip package booked at Rajasthan Holidays. Gaitor is known for being one of Rajasthan's most beautifully constructed and maintained royal crematory. Jaipur's previous kings still own the tomb. It's a serene and peaceful location away from the bustle of Jaipur's bazaars.
- Ram Niwas Garden -
The beautiful garden is situated in the middle of the city, and the Albert Hall Museum is located within the 76-acre Albert Hall Garden. The garden also has a bird park, a zoo, and the Ravindra Rang Manch Theatre. An art gallery, an exhibition ground, and a gymnasium and picnic spots.
The garden's fountains add to the superbly groomed garden's beauty and freshness. Tourists come from all over the World to see the richness of the royal family. The wonderful design also shows the expertise and complexities of colonial designs. The grounds of the Ram Niwas Garden are frequently used to host art exhibitions.
Tourists eat and enjoy Rajasthani delicacies at nearby cafes and restaurants. Bapu Bazar nearby is an excellent place for shopaholics. People look for local artifacts, handicrafts, art pieces, garments, and jewelry at bargain prices. There is something for everyone at Ram Niwas garden. You have to book Rajasthan Holidays' Jaipur two-day trip to roam around and experience everything.
- Galtaji -
Galtaji is a Hindu temple located outside the city. It is a prehistoric monument surrounded by the Aravalli hills. There are various temples, sacred kunds, and natural springs on the property. This magnificent temple is located in the center of a valley surrounded by water bodies.
Galtaji Temple is a large temple having various shrines carved out of pink sandstone. The walls of this temple are decorated with carvings and paintings. The architecture of the Galtaji temple is unusual, and it was built in the style of a palace.
It is surrounded by thick, lush trees and plants in the Aravalli hills. Painted walls, circular roofs, and pillars adorn this magnificent structure. People from around the world conduct puja and stay to celebrate important events. Book your Jaipur tour package with Rajasthan Holiday to visit the pious temple throughout the year.
Famous Bazars in Jaipur which you can't miss out in Jaipur
While you visit the various places in Jaipur, how can you forget places to shop. People like to buy souvenirs for their friends and family at the local bazaar, and they are origins'l and are sold at very affordable prices to tourists.
Famous Bazars like Johari Bazaar - For Jewelry, Chandpole Bazaar - For Handicrafts, Nehru Bazaar - For Traditional Jootis, Bapu Bazaar - For All Jaipuri Items, Mirza Ismail Road - For Pottery, The Gem Palace - For Antique Charms, Kripal Kumbh - For Blue Pottery, Aravali Bazaar - For Home Decor Items. You have to plan your Jaipur 2 Days Tour to explore all the local markets. Whenever you plan your holidays in Jaipur, Rajasthan Holidays can be your best choice.
Famous food to taste in Jaipur to satisfy your tastebuds
Rajasthani food is famous for its richness and the use of gatta masala. When you visit a Rajasthani tourist place, you will be welcomed with the best food and sweets. Some exotic cuisines from Rajasthan include -; Laal maas, dal bati churma, Gatta, pyaz kachori, ghevar, etc. In your Jaipur trip package booked on Rajasthan Holiday, add visits to luxurious hotels. But don't miss out on the taste of the streets when you go to Jaipur. As the real taste lies in the street food of Rajasthan.
Jungle Safari in Jaipur for your love of animals.
Rajasthan is famous for its desserts and forest, but the botanical gardens here come under national heritage. Some of the most famous botanical gardens include the Nahargarh botanical park, Jaipur zoo, Elefuncity, the Jhalana Leopard Safari Park, etc. The Nahargarh botanical park is one of the most famous animal reserves and has been working for the welfare of animals. In a Jungle Safari in Jaipur, you can see Lions, leopards, tigers, panthers, hyenas, alligators, tortoises, jackals, foxes, bears, and deers.
For a pleasant and worthwhile visit to Jaipur book your Jaipur tour package from Rajasthan Holiday. The most convenient and affordable rates are suitable for anyone, and it covers places so that you don't miss out on your trip. Book your Jaipur Trip package and benefit from the most elaborate itinerary to remember this trip forever.