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How To Plan Rajasthan Day Trip In A Budgeted Tour

Welcome to the “Kings’ Land.” Rajasthan is a genuine contrasts state, and Rajasthan tourism reflects this!
From desert scrub to sacred lakes, the sheer immensity of the place might be difficult to understand for first-time (or even recurrent) visitors. However, with a one day trip, you may get a peek of Rajasthan and its nearby towns. The most popular Rajasthan day visits in 2022, according to a poll, are Jaipur, Ranthambhore, Ajmer, Mandawa, Jhalna, and Agra. As a result, we include these excursions in our One-Day Trip Packages. This bundle includes coverage for all six cities.

1. Jaipur Sightseeing Tour: Join us for a tour of Jaipur’s most famous historic city and other intriguing and stunning tourist attractions.

2. Jhalana Safari Trip from Jaipur: Jhalana Safari Park is the ideal site to see leopards and other wild creatures. It’s a wonderful getaway from the city. Take a break from the rush and bustle to observe the animals.

3. Jaipur Agra Trip: On this private same-day trip to Agra from Jaipur, see the world-famous Taj Mahal and the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Agra Fort.
4. Jaipur Ranthambhore Trip: In this one-day Jaipur Ranthambore Tour, experience a thrilling jungle safari in Tiger City and a Wildlife Tour with Tiger Safari.

5. Jaipur Ajmer Excursion: A spiritual one-day trip from Jaipur to experience the twin cities of Pushkar and Ajmer, which are well-known as pilgrimage centres among tourists.

6. Jaipur Mandawa Trip: On this one-day journey from Jaipur to Mandawa, learn about the art of fresco painted Havelis.

[1] Covered Locations: Hawa Mahal – Amber Fort – Jaigarh Fort – Jal Mahal – City Palace – Jantar Mantar (observatory) – Albert Hall Museum – Hawa Mahal – Amber Fort – Jaigarh Fort – Jal Mahal – City Palace – Jantar Mantar (observatory) – Jantar Mantar (observatory)


Enjoy a full-day sightseeing tour of Jaipur, including notable monuments and historical sites in Rajasthan’s Pink City. Our Jaipur Sightseeing Tour will begin at Pink City (Jaipur), a gorgeous area with various architectural landmarks, elegant monuments, palaces, museums, spacious avenues, and colourful horses that dazzle a tourist’s sight. Despite being just 300 years old, the city is already steeped in stories and secrets. Amber Fort, Jaigarh, and Nahargarh are among the hilltop forts that encircle Jaipur. Enjoy your spectacular discovery of Jaipur’s breathtaking beauty by automobile and with a trustworthy driver, and see all of Jaipur’s tourist attractions.

Hawa Mahal: The first stop on our fantastic full-day Jaipur sightseeing trip is the Hawa Mahal. Maharaja Sawai Singh constructed it in the year 1799. The palace, which literally means “Palace of Winds,” is a vital element of the city. The city’s last destination is the Hawa Mahal. The Hawa Mahal is a five-story palace in the form of a pyramid. There were 953 penalties and minor prosecutions at the Hawa Mahal. Early in the morning, a beautiful vista of sunlight through the little lattice windows of the Hawa Mahal may be observed. The city of Jaipur is legendary in the nation and is the country’s first tourist attraction.

Amber Fort is a hilltop fortress erected by Maharaja Man Singh in the 16th century. Raja Man Singh began the structure, but his descendent Jai Singh finished it. Amber is a lovely fort castle in Rajasthan. Today, Ambar Jaipur is the most well-known tourist attraction in the city, and it is a reminder of the region’s great history as governed by the ruthless Kachwaha dynasty from the 12th to the 18th centuries.

Jaigarh Fort is located in Jaipur, Rajasthan.

Jaigad Fort, located north of Jaipur, was erected in 1726 by Sawai Jai Singh. It has a similar construction to Amber Fort. The huge Jayawan, the world’s biggest wheeled cannon and one of the most frequented and popular things to see on a Jaipur sightseeing tour, is the lone exception. Three water tanks, a museum, and spectacular views of the city below are among the other features of the Jaigarh Fort.

Jal Mahal is a palace in Delhi, India.

The Jal Mahal Palace in Jaipur is located on the road to Ambar, about 6.5 kilometres from the city of Jaipur. On the road to their palace, guests may witness a number of royal family monuments. Because it is perfectly located in the heart of the Man Sagar Lake, the Jal Mahal Palace is the most appealing attraction on this lovely Jaipur day trip. The first four levels of this majestic edifice, which are buried under the lake water, are absolutely amazing. Observers may only see the top levels of this majestic mansion. The lake and the palace provide some of the greatest views in the area, which are a visual feast.

The Palace of the City

City Palace is a beautiful combination of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture, conceived and created by Jai Singh. This palace complex comprises several buildings, courtyards, spectacular gateways, and temples, and is one of the most significant architectural monuments included in your Jaipur sightseeing trip. Sawai Jai Singh’s seven-story palace, Chandra Mahal (“Moon Palace”), solid marble Mubarak Mahal, Diwan-i-Aam, and Diwan-e-Khas are all housed in the palace (Hall of Private Audience). The present royal family continues to live at Chandra Mahal.

Jantar Mantar is a Hindu temple in Delhi, India (Observatory)

The beautiful scientific site of our Jaipur trip, Jantar Mantar, was created in the 18th century by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, who used massive masonry devices to analyse the movement of constellations and stars in the sky. Massive sundials continue to deliver accurate time that is improved on a regular basis.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is located in New York City (Albert Hall)

In the city of Jaipur, Albert Hall is situated in the Ram Niwas Garden. Prince Albert built this magnificent structure in 1876. (also known as Albert Hall). It has a unique collection of archaeological artefacts and handicrafts

  • All sightseeing and transfers in air-conditioned vehicles are included in the package price.
  • Allowances for drivers, gasoline, parking fees, toll taxes, and interstate taxes.
  • Complementary English/Hindi Guide Service in Jaipur.
  • Meals and beverages not listed in inclusions are not included in the package price.
  • Personal expenditures such as portages, gratuities, phone calls, laundry costs, and so on.
  • All admission fees, camera fees, and guide and driver gratuities.
  • Insurance protection.
  • Any airline, rail, or bus fare.
  • [2] Ranthambore – Jaipur (150 kms)

    Leopard populations and a variety of other wildlife species may be seen at the Jhalana Sanctuary in Jaipur. Previously, the Maharajas of Rajasthan used this woodland as a hunting area. Leopards, as well as other creatures such as common langurs, desert foxes, and others, are often seen in this sanctuary. Sunrise and sunset may be seen from the park, as well as one of the most beautiful vistas of the Aravalli mountain range. Because the leopard population is carefully protected, the park has seen a considerable rise in leopards.

    Jhalana is a 20-kilometer radius surrounding the city, with a robust population of more than 20 leopards in the tourism area. Leopards are the top predators in this area, and they live like tigers, therefore they have excellent vision. In the park, ten open gipsies work in two shifts, one in the morning and the other in the evening.

    Highlights: * Leopard safari in Jhlana’s natural habitat; * safari in the sanctuary in a powerful 4×4 vehicle; * safari in the sanctuary with a knowledgeable naturalist; * safari in the sanctuary with a knowledgeable naturalist; * safari in the sanctuary with a knowledgeable naturalist; * safari in the sanctuary with a knowledgeable naturalist; * safari in the sanctuary with a knowledgeable naturalist; * safari in the sanctuary with a knowledgeable naturalist; * safari in A Shikaar Audhi to showcase the breathtaking dawn and sunset vistas, as well as the Aravallis.

  • Itinerary

    * All visitors must report to the Jhalana Sanctuary entrance gate at their designated time of 6:00 a.m. or 4:00 p.m. (select time while booking).

    * The safari’s host will meet the passengers, and the trip will begin following a briefing and safety instructions. Onboard the 4×4 vehicle to begin your wildlife tour with a naturalist who will describe the local area and assist you in locating animals. During the safari, you may have the opportunity to see leopards in their native habitat. Leopards are adept at making themselves practically undetectable in their environment, whether it’s under a tree, on a forest track, or near a water supply. The enchanting dawn and sunsets in the beautiful Aravallis may be seen from this two-story animal viewing platform in the park if Shikaar Audhi (offered as an add-on) is chosen when booking. The tourist will be left off at the Jhalana Sanctuary’s entrance gate around 2.5 hours after the tour began.

  • [3] Agra Jaipur One-Day Trip: Many visitors choose to go from Jaipur to Agra on the same day. Our experienced guide, vehicle, and driver provide a one-day Agra Sightseeing Package. Jaipur Agra Tour Packages may be booked online. Enjoy incredible sights such as the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Baby Taj (Itimd-ud-Tomb), Daulah’s and Fatehpur Sikri, among others.


    05:30 a.m.: Jaipur – Agra (245 kilometres, 4 to 5 hours)

    In an air-conditioned automobile, our driver will pick you up from your favourite spot or hotel in Jaipur and bring you to Agra.

    06:30 a.m.: Visit to Abhaneri (220 km – 4 to 5 hours):

    Transfer to Agra in the morning. Visit Abhaneri on the way.

    09:30 a.m.: Stop at Fatehpur Sikri on the way to Agra from Jaipur.

    Your one-day tour of Agra begins at Fatehpur Sikri (Vijay Nagar), a UNESCO World Heritage Site established by Emperor Akbar in the 16th century and the Mughal Empire’s capital for almost ten years. It was subsequently abandoned for whatever reason that has yet to be determined. It also has the Jama Masjid, one of India’s biggest mosques. It is the most historic spot in Agra and must be visited. It is full of well-preserved palaces and courtyards.

    10:30 a.m.: Depart for Agra (37 kilometres, 1 hour)

    You will see the Taj Mahal about 11:30 a.m., one of the most exquisite structures erected by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan (1632-1654 A.D.) and the most famous tourist attraction of the Jaipur Agra trip package. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site dedicated to Mumtaz Mahal, Shah Jahan’s loving wife.

    Visit the Agra Fort at 2:30 p.m.

    You’ll travel to Agra Fort, the third UNESCO World Heritage Site made of red sandstone, after a great lunch. The Moti Mahal and Musamman Burj, where Shah Jahan was imprisoned and died, are part of this magnificent landmark.

    Return to Jaipur at 4:30 p.m.

    You will be brought back to the air-conditioned automobile and proceed for Jaipur after touring Agra.

    Arrival at Jaipur at 10:30 p.m.

    You will be dropped off at your desired location or hotel when you arrive in Jaipur. Keep the memories of this Jaipur Agra day trip alive for the rest of your life.

    Ranthambore – Jaipur (150 kms)

    Your Jaipur to Ranthambore Safari journey begins at 8:00 a.m., when our driver picks you up from your home or hotel in Jaipur and drives you to Ranthambore National Park. As you go on this magnificent wildlife safari adventure with your driver at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, you will sense the thrill that will overwhelm your heart and head. This wildlife sanctuary is well-known for tiger safaris as well as other wild species such as bears, deer, crocodiles, leopards, wild boar, and a variety of others.

    Ranthambore National Park is one of northern India’s biggest and most well-known wildlife sanctuaries, as well as a world-renowned tiger reserve famed for its enormous tiger population. Following check-in at a wildlife lodge, we will drive you to a national park by vehicle or canter on a forest safari with a naturalist.

    Ranthambore National Park is the biggest national park in northern India, with a total size of 392 square kilometres. It’s in the Sawai Madhopur region in southern Rajasthan, some 160 kilometres from Jaipur, which also happens to be the closest airport. Sawai Madhopur, the closest city and train station, is around 11 kilometres distant.

    The Sawai Madhopur Sports Sanctuary was created by the Indian government in 1955, and Ranthambore was named one of the top tiger reserves in 1973. In 1980, Ranthambore was designated as a national park. Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary was established in the surrounding woodlands in 1984. In 1991, the Tiger Sanctuary was enlarged to include Sawai Man Singh and Keladevi Sanctuaries, and in 1992, the Tiger Sanctuary was expanded to include Sawai Man Singh and Keladevi Sanctuaries.

    The tigers of Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary are famous, and a tiger safari is one of the top things to do in India. During the day, the tigers are plainly visible. November and May are the ideal months to see tigers at Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary. The deciduous woodlands present in the park are typical of the kind of forest prevalent in central India. Leopard, nilgai, wild boar, sambar, hyena, sloth bear, and chital are among the other notable wild creatures. The sanctuary is home to a diverse range of trees, plants, birds, and reptiles, including India’s biggest banyan tree.

    You will be taken to the vehicle by a representative of our organisation once you have completed your exciting wildlife safari trip.

    18:30 Hrs. return to Jaipur

    You will return to Jaipur after touring Ranthambore National Park. This wildlife tour will be with you for the rest of your life.

    22:00 Hrs. Arrival in Jaipur

    You will arrive at your preferred location or hotel and will be able to savour this incredible Ranthambore Safari with family and friends for the rest of your lives.

    Ajmer is 135 kilometres from the state capital of Jaipur and 391 kilometres from the national capital of New Delhi. The Aravalli Mountains surround the city on all sides. It is known for the temple of Brahma at Pushkar (11 km), a historic Hindu pilgrimage destination, and is a pilgrimage place for the shrine of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. The whole travel time is 12-14 hours, and you will be accompanied by a skilled and trustworthy driver who is fluent in both the native and English languages.

  • Ajmer & Pushkar Attractions

    Explore the most renowned Ajmer Dargah Sharif in Ajmer and Bramha Temple in Pushkar on this full-day trip of Jaipur, Ajmer, and Pushkar.

    This same-day Ajmer Pushkar sightseeing trip from Jaipur will take you to some of these Holy towns’ most stunning attractions and monuments. With your family and friends, take a day excursion to Ajmer and Pushkar. Simply book our Ajmer Pushkar Same Day Tour Package from Jaipur to have the greatest travel experience of Ajmer and Pushkar at a low cost.

    We will visit: – Ajmer Dargah Sharif – Adhai Din Ka Jhopra – Ajmer Dargah Sharif – Ajmer Dargah Sharif – Ajmer Dargah Sharif – Ajmer Dargah Sharif – Ajmer Dargah Sharif

    – Nasiyan Temple and Ana Sagar Lake – Lunch will be served at Ajmer, and then you will go to Pushkar, which is just a 30-minute drive from Ajmer.

    We will visit the following places in Pushkar: – Bramha Temple – Pushkar Lake – Savitri Temple, Varah Temple, and Vaidhnath Temple

    Our driver will take you back to Jaipur and drop you off at your hotel after your great full-day tour to Ajmer and Pushkar from Jaipur.

    We hope that our one-day sightseeing trip of Ajmer and Pushkar from Jaipur will leave you with a lasting impression.

    At 8 a.m., you will be picked up from the airport, railway station, hotel, or wherever in Jaipur’s city centre and taken to the Shekhawati district. Shekhawati is 180 kilometres from Jaipur and takes four hours to go from Jaipur to Shekhawati.

    IntroductioShekhawati is a historical semi-arid area in India’s northeastern region. Jhunjhunu, Sikar, Churu, and Nagaur are among the districts that make up Shekhawati in northern Rajasthan.Shekhawati is regarded as the “Open Air Art Gallery” because of its rich past and stunning buildings adorned with paintings. People are now interested in visiting India to enjoy the rich legacy of Jaipur Mandwa tourism.

    In Shekhawati, there are numerous cities to visit, and roaming about to witness the beauty of this painted country is a must. Our Jaipur Mandawa One Day Trip includes visits to Alsiser, Mandawa, Dundlod, Fatehpur, Ramgarh, Bissau, Mahansar, Khandela, Jhunjhunu, Sikar, Khetri, Nawalgarh, Mukundgarh, Bagar, and Chharawara, among other destinations in Shekhawati. However, Nawalgarh, Mukundgarh, Mandawa, and Alsisar are the most prominent Indian traditional villages.

    Shekhawati Mandawa’s Best Attractions:

    Mandawa, a tiny village in the Shekhawati area, is the most frequented location on our Jaipur Mandawa trip. This location is noted for its havelis as well as its fort palace. The palace’s design harkens back to the region’s historical cultural and social importance. Chokni, Ladia, Bansidhar Nayatiya, and Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli are some of the most well-known havelis.

    Binsidhar Nayatiya Haveli, another house, is notable for its unusual paintings. A youngster carrying a phone and a European lady in a vehicle driven by Chaucer are shown in a painting. Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli is well-known for its sensual imagery, which have generally gone wrong in recent years.

    Nawalgarh: Nawalgarh is known for its fort, which was captured in 1737 AD by Thakur Nawal Singh. Roop Niwas Palace has been transformed into a hotel, and Bala Fort contains a shop with magnificent roof paintings. Anandi Lal Poddar Haveli, Atha Haveli, Hem Raj Kulwal Haveli, Bhagton Ki Haveli, and Khedwal Bhawan are only a few of the significant havelis in Nawalgarh, which include Anandi Lal Poddar Haveli, Atha Haveli, Hem Raj Kulwal Haveli, Bhagton Ki Haveli, and Khedwal Bhawan.

    Other Shekhawati Dandlod episodes: – Dandlod, some 30 kilometres southeast of Mandawa, is home to a number of havelis, including Jathia Haveli and Tugan Ram Goenka Haveli. Dundlod, on the other hand, is more renowned for its fort and palace. The Satyanarayana temple is another well-known site in this area.

    Fatehpur (Fatehpur):

    Fatehpur was founded in 1451 as the capital of the Muslim Nawabs, but in the 18th century it was taken over by the Rajputs of the Shekhawati area. Mahavir Prasad Goenka Haveli, Gauri Shankar Haveli, Nand Lal Devra Haveli, Harikrishnan Das Saraogi Haveli, and the 17th-century Doli or Charan-well are the prominent attractions here.

    Jhunjhunu: The district headquarters of the same name is also the Shekhawati region’s biggest metropolis. The Kayamkhani Nawabs founded the town in the 15th century, but it was taken over by the Rajput king Sardul Singh in 1730. Khetri Mahal, Bihariji Temple, Modi Haveli, and Kaniram Narasimha Das Tibrewala Haveli Haveli are among the city’s key attractions.

    Laxmangarh was built following the model of Jaipur in the early nineteenth century. It boasts beautiful havelis with huge courtyards on four levels.

    Ramgarh: Poddars lived at Ramgarh in the late 18th century. Aside from the havelis, there are lovely chhatris (cenotaphs) with painted entrances and Shani and Ganga temples.

    Mukundgarh: Mukundgarh is a well-known craft hub. In addition, one of the biggest havelis in the region, as well as a fort, may be found here.

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