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Which is the best time to visit Jaipur?

Winters (November - March) is the best time to visit Jaipur and other parts of Rajasthan as the weather ranges between 8-degree Celcius during nights to 32-degree Celcius in the day. Summers are extremely hot, and sightseeing isn't a very joyful experience. Monsoons, on the other hand, are quite hot and humid which isn't an ideal time to visit too. January is an excellent time to visit Jaipur because of the Kite Festival and also the Jaipur Literature Festival that's held around this time. Sometime in the month of March, Jaipur witnesses the Elephant festival, just a day before Holi.
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Can you suggest an itinerary for Jaipur?

It is important to make the most out of your limited stay at Jaipur. Therefore, to see everything in sufficient duration with lots of time to spare for shopping, try to start each day as early as possible. Most of the places open at 8 a.m. Hence, wake up and have a filling breakfast for the jam-packed days.

Day 1: Since you have newly arrived in Jaipur, the first day should encapsulate sightseeing all the famous places that are in close proximity to each other so that you don't burn out on the very first day itself. Start your trip with architectural and royal wonders as you see the famous forts of Jaipur. Visit Amer Fort (with the exquisite Sheesh Mahal), Jaigarh Fort and Nahargarh Fort. If you still have time to travel for two hours and see the supposedly haunted Bhangarh Fort, then, by all means, do it, else spend a serene evening near the beautiful Jal Mahal, after having a sumptuous meal at 1135 A.D. Restaurant located inside Amer Fort.


Day 2: Start your day by having delectable kachoris and flavoured milk from Rawat Mishthan Bhandar at Sindhi Camp. Then head out to see the City Palace, and visit Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar, just moments away from it. By noon, you shall be done with these three hot spots and can venture out to fulfil your shopping quotient from Bapu Bazaar and Johari Bazaar for jewellery, rare antiquities, and genuine silk/pashmina clothing, and then have a filling lunch at the famous Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar. If you need a breather from the historical ride, then head to the Museum of Gems and Jewellery, Albert Hall Museum or the Jaipur Zoo. Read more about Shopping in Jaipur


Day 3: Strolling leisurely through Sisodia Rani ka Bagh is a great beginning to your last day in Jaipur. Visit the Birla Temple, also known as Lakshmi Narayan Mandir, famous for its grand architecture. Have your tummies filled with the tasty food at Anokhi Cafe, along with its soothing ambience and old-time charm. Then head over to spend your lovely evening at Chokhi Dhaani, one of the many cultural villages in Jaipur. Visiting Chokhi Dhaani will take up to 4 hours, but with its cultural festivities and scrumptious thalis, it is definitely worth going for.

How much does a Jaipur trip cost ?

The starting price for a Jaipur package is INR 2568

What is the ideal duration to visit Jaipur ?

Ideal Duatation for Jaipur is 2-3 days

What are the best places to visit in Jaipur?

The top things to do in Jaipur are Amer Fort, City Palace, Jaipur, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar Jaipur, Nahargarh Fort, Pink City. You can see all the places to visit in Jaipur here