• Tour code: 7667P7
  • Location: Jaipur, India
  • Duration: 8 hours (approx.)
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Admire Jaipur’s highlights, including the Amber Fort, on a full-day private tour. Explore the magnificent chambers and halls of the Amber Fort, visit Jaigarh Fort, and tour the City Palace with its Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal complexes. Plus, visit the Jantar Mantar observatory, and stop for photos by the Palace of the Winds and Jal Mahal lake palace. Your tour includes private transport, and hotel pickup and drop-off. Entrance fees not included.


  • Private full-day Amber Fort and Jaipur city tour from Jaipur
  • Tour the splendid courtyards and chambers, including the exquisite Hall of Mirrors
  • Visit nearby Jaigarh Fort and stop for photos of the Jal Mahal on Lake Man Sagar
  • Visit the stunning City Palace, including Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal palaces
  • See the Palace of the Winds and the 18th-century Jantar Mantar observatory
  • Private guide, private air-conditioned transport, and hotel pickup and drop-off included

What You Can Expect

Private Jaipur Sightseeing Full-Day Tour

Amber fort in Jaipur

After pickup from your Jaipur hotel, travel out of the city by private, air-conditioned vehicle to the Amber Fort.

On route, hear about this sandstone fort, situated in the Aravali Hills. Constructed in 1592 by Raja Man Singh, the vast edifice incorporates well-preserved courtyards, royal apartments, halls, and gardens.

Head inside (own expense), and opt to walk or ride an elephant (additional cost) to the gate. Then, take a walking tour around the halls, courts, gardens, and chambers. Admire the apartments adorned with reliefs, panels, and frescoes as your guide shares their history, and marvel at highlights including the exquisite, mirror-covered Hall of Mirrors.

Explore nearby Jaigarh Fort (own expense), and return to Jaipur, stopping for photos of the Jal Mahal island palace on Man Sagar Lake. Here, visit the City Palace (own expense), a complex of chambers, pavilions, and the inner Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal palaces.

Take in the gates, museums, and palaces, and then visit UNESCO-listed Jantar Mantar (own expense), the site of 19 royal astronomical instruments built in 1734.

View the instruments, including the world’s oldest sundial, and later, stop for photos by the 18th-century Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal), before finishing with a hotel drop-off.

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