- Full-day private sightseeing tour of Jaipur
- Visit Jantar Mantar, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed astronomical observatory
- Marvel at the architectural masterpieces of Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal and City Palace
- Enjoy the one-of-a-kind cultural experience of riding an elephant!
- Explore a bazaar and enjoy an authentic Indian lunch at a local restaurant
- Hotel pickup and drop-off by private, air-conditioned vehicle included
What You Can Expect
Once your decorated elephant delivers you to the top of the hill, follow your guide inside Amber Fort to visit Jai Mandir, a chamber of glittering mirrors; Shila Devi Temple; Diwan-e-Aam, an 18th-century monument known as the ‘Hall of Public Audience;’ and its counterpart, Diwan-e-Khas, a Mughal- and Rajasthan-style monument known as the ‘Hall of Private Audience.’ You’ll also get a great bird's-eye view of Jal Mahal, a palace located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake.
Head back down the hill with your guide aboard a Jeep and re-board your private vehicle for a tour of Jaipur, the ‘Pink City.’
Visit Jantar Mantar, an impressive UNESCO World Heritage-listed architectural-astronomical observatory, and then take a tour of City Palace, a palatial complex including Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal palaces.
Then, stop for a photo opportunity at Hawa Mahal, known as ‘Palace of the Winds,’ before browsing curio items and souvenirs at Bapu Bazaar. Your guide will point out the market’s most popular item: mojari (handcrafted embellished footwear).
You’ll spend between 30 minutes and 1.5 hours at each attraction, depending on your preferences. In between sightseeing, your guide will take you to a local restaurant to enjoy an authentic Indian lunch.
After your tour, you’ll return to your Jaipur hotel in the evening.
The sights were great and the guide gave us an excellent tour
The tour was thorough and the guide was well informed. He explained in detail all the interesting facts about the sights we seen. We enjoyed and were very happy with the tour and guide but we told our guide often that we did not want to be taken to jewellers, ceramic or carpet manufacturers because at our age we do not need more of those items. I asked to be taken to a store that sells ready made sarees but he took us to a store that demonstrates carpet making as well as fabric and ceramic demonstrations. He wasted our time, the demonstraters time and the tour time. We did buy some things that we didn't want and it spoiled the tour for us and I believe these forced demonstrations spoil the tour for many other tourists also.