It depends on what you like to do while you travel. The climate of Jaipur is quite pleasant. The average daily maximum temperature is 32.8 °C, and the average minimum is 11.6 C. The highest-ever temperature reaches 48.9 °C. The monsoon season lasts in July and August, with an average rainfall of 175.0 mm. Showers are moderate during this period, so the best time to visit Jaipur is from October to March.
If you enjoy exploring historical sites and monuments, the best time to visit Jaipur is during the famous upcoming festival called "Teej," which is a part of the Monsoon Festival in Rajasthan and is celebrated on the 3rd day of the bright lunar fortnight. This is an auspicious day of the year dedicated to women. If you like to shop, you should visit the city during one of the many festivals celebrated in the town. If you want to party, the best time to come to Jaipur is during the jazz festival.
Do you want to see the famous Hawa Mahal, visit the Amber Fort, or tour the gardens of the City Palace? If you're going to see the sights, Jaipur in monsoon. The best time to visit Jaipur is October through March, the peak tourism season. This is when the weather is most excellent (between 10 and 25 degrees Celsius) and relatively dry. The summer months (April through September) can be very hot. This is when many locals leave the city for cooler temperatures elsewhere.
There are several sightseeing places in Jaipur. There are many palaces, museums, and historical monuments in the city. Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort, and Jaigarh Fort are famous places in Jaipur. Gandhi Gallery, Birla Temple, Jantar Mantar, City Palace, and Jaigarh Fort are the places to visit in Jaipur.
The color and flavor of Jaipur are truly unforgettable experiences. Antique markets, exciting street food, and shopping bazaars will make you want to stay longer. The mighty Amber Fort is a must-see in Jaipur. You can also visit Hawa Mahal to learn more about Jaipur. Jaipur is famous for its handicrafts and jewelry. Check out the colorful bazaars like the Bapu Bazaar, Shilpgram, Clock Tower, the Rajasthan Emporium, and Jaipur Literature Festival.
Regarding food, the people's choice in Jaipur is very different compared to other large cities. People prefer roadside eating and traditional food instead of driving down to local fast food joints and malls. SP Street Corner is a popular place for delicious food and shopping. The ambiance may be better, but this is a better option if you are looking for something different, curious, pocket friendly, or just passing by.;
Yes, you have to pay for any fees not included in the Jaipur trip package.
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