Jaipur, dubbed “the Pink City” after the wash of its old city’s walls, is a visual playground. We are the least know of the 3 locations is the Golden Triangle. Yet our city, which is the Holy Grail of tourism in India, features MANY world-renowned monuments, including the Palace of Winds or Hawa Mahal, Jai Singh’s City Palace and Jantar Mantar Observatory, built by the city’s founder, Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II – astronomer & mathematician. Other attractions include Ram Niwas Bagh and Govindji Temple, Ram Niwas Bagh, the city garden, and Albert Hall.As a hub of travel and trade, Jaipur also boasts a rich shopping tradition – which is a sight to see. Make time for one of the many market centers. Our staff can help arrange for your day-to-day sightseeing in Jaipur needs.
Amber Fort from hot air balloon
Unlike the monuments of Delhi and Agra, those in Jaipur are less formal in a sense. You can explore ours a bit more. The Amber Fort (above) is a splendid example, you can wander every nook and cranny at your own pace. Here you can form memories with all senses – the warmth of your elephant mount as you ascend the hills – the roughness of the massive fort doors – the cool darkness of palace rooms hidden from the sun… What will your memories be?

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There is more to India than can ever be listed on a humble webpage. Our hope is that you can spend your time with us to the fullest. Here are a few of the new “friends” you may meet, especially if one was to visit The Monkey Temple…

Jaipur goes all-out for a special occasion. Please visit our Holidays & Events information page. Perfect for those who want to avoid crowds OR want to actually be be part of those crowds! Holi in Jaipur is a yearly highlight and should be booked well in advance.

Gallery of famous sites in Jaipur

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