Jaipur, India

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Overview

Explore the UNESCO-protected Amber Fort and discover more of Jaipur’s treasures on this 8-hour private tour. Tour the 16th-century hilltop Amber Fort, built by the maharajahs, and replete with richly decorated halls, pavilions, and courtyards. Then, visit the ornate City Palace, see the latticed-screened Palace of the Winds, and explore the UNESCO-listed Jantar Mantar observatory. Your tour includes private transport and hotel pickup and drop-off, with the opportunity to upgrade to include entrance fees.
  • Private full-day Amber Fort and city highlights tour in Jaipur
  • Tour the UNESCO-listed Amber Fort to see its ornate courtyards and pavilions
  • Explore the courtyards, halls, and museums of the City Palace
  • Admire the Palace of Winds, famous for its latticed-screen windows
  • See the astronomical instruments at the UNESCO-protected Jantar Mantar
  • Upgrade to include all entrance fees
  • Private, air-conditioned transport with hotel pickup and drop-off included
Book your required tour option — choosing a tour that includes or excludes admission fees — and meet your guide at your Jaipur hotel. Then, travel by private vehicle to the UNESCO-listed Amber Fort, set in the surrounding hills.

On arrival, choose to walk or ride an elephant (additional cost) to the gateway before enjoying a guided tour. Built in 1592 by Raja Man Singh, the marble-sandstone fort consists of elaborate halls and courtyards used as residences by the maharajahs.

See highlights including the Hall of Mirrors (Sheesh Mahal), and Hall of Victory (Jai Mandir); and admire the carvings, frescoes, galleries, and views down over Lake Maota.

Next, visit the UNESCO-protected City Palace in central Jaipur. This beautiful royal complex fuses Rajhastani and Mughal architecture from the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries; and consists of courtyards, halls, and museums showcasing the maharajahs’ weapons and costumes.

Then, pass the Palace of the Winds (Hawa Mahal), pausing to see its façade of latticed-screens, through which royal women used to watch Jaipur’s streets unobserved.

Finally, visit the UNESCO-protected, 18th-century Jantar Mantar, an outdoor astronomical observatory created by Sawai Jai Singh II, before finishing your tour with a hotel drop-off.
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