𝗖𝗢𝗦𝗧𝗜𝗡𝗚 𝗜𝗦 𝗙𝗥𝗢𝗠 📌JAIPUR to JAIPUR
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Where : Jaipur-Agra-Fatehpur Sikri-Bharatpur
Type : Backpacking
Difficulty level : Easy
Duration : 5 days
For: Backpackers, Nature Lovers, Adventurers, Travelers, Explorers.
Safe for women, children and elderly.
Activities: Fort Visits, Elephant Ride, Boating, Palaces Visits, Birdwatching on bicycles, Visit to Taj Mahal. A total of 6 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Requires some walking and physical effort, but is not mandatory.
We shall cover the core triangle of World Heritage sites in the heartland of India.
In 2019, UNESCO conferred the World Heritage Site status to the pink city Jaipur. Founded in 1727, this city is home to a vast splendor of palaces, gardens, astronomy wonders, weird temples and buildings of pink sandstone.
The 1000+ years old Amer Fort and Ranthambore Fort are some of the largest forts in the world. Taj Mahal is a symbol of undying love of a king to his favorite wife. Keoladeo National Park (also known as Bharatpur Sanctuary) is a unique combination of 27 unique ecosystems that thrive together in a busy crossroads of bird migration paths. Fatehpur Sikri is Akbar’s abandoned dream capital of the Mughal Empire. Made of beautiful red sandstone, attractions like Diwan-i-khaas and Buland Darwaza take one’s breath away. Ranthambore National Park was home to the late Machli, the most famous tiger in the world. It has an amazing 64 tigers (2014 census). A safari through this landscape offers a chance to see the tiger in its natural habitat, roaming wild and free.
COST : INR Rs.11,999/-(Ex Jaipur).
Amer Fort is one of the best places to visit in Jaipur and for all the right reasons. Among all the forts in the city, Amer is the most visited and popular among tourists. The palace inside the fort is yet another reason why you must begin your day by heading to the fort. The Sheesh Mahal or Palace of Mirrors is yet another popular tourist attraction here.
Jaigarh and Nahargarh forts are also some of the most magnificent places to visit in Jaipur. The former is located on the Cheel ka Teela or Hill of Eagles, and the latter is also nearby. The forts in Jaipur have a lot of historical significance since they were primarily built for security reasons. The Nahargarh Fort is almost 300 years old and offers a scenic view of the entire city. The Jaivana cannon in Jaigarh fort is its prized possession. It was the largest cannon on wheels in the world.
Jal Mahal is a five-storeyed palace in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake. This has to be your next destination after the three forts. The speciality of this palace is that the first four storeys remain underwater when the lake is full, creating an illusion that the palace is floating on water. You can only see the topmost floor of the palace. It boasts of rich Rajputana architecture and looks absolutely stunning.
Start your day with a tour of the City Palace in Jaipur. Located in the heart of Jaipur, the palace boasts of a blend of Mughal and Rajput architecture. Give your Instagram followers something to be awed by as every nook and corner of the palace is worth taking a picture. The courtyards, gardens, galleries, you will be transported to a different era altogether.
After the City Palace, head to Hawa Mahal. Built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799, it is one of the most iconic landmarks in the city. The speciality of the Hawa Mahal, also called Palace of Winds, is that it has around 953 small windows and has been constructed in such a way that the breeze outside enters the palace only to create a cooling effect. Not to mention, catch a stunning view of the City Palace and Jantar Mantar from the top of Hawa Mahal. We will also be visiting a few museums around Hawa Mahal depending on time.
Now that you’ve gotten a glimpse of the Jantar Mantar, you might as well head to the astronomical observatory that grabbed the attention of the entire world. Declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it was built in 1734 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. You will not leave the place without learning a few things about astrology, astronomy and how people used to track time or predict eclipses back in the day.
Visiting places in Jaipur, especially on a clock, can be tiring. Take a lunch break and head to a restaurant where they serve traditional Rajasthani food. That’s how one can soak in the culture, food and get the whole vibe of being in Jaipur. We will be visiting the best sweet shops and restaurants in Jaipur. Once you have had lunch, you can head to the nearby markets to satisfy the shopaholic in you.
Catching the sunset from the Sun Temple is one of the most beautiful experiences that will come out of this trip. Almost 300 years old, it is one of the most important places to see in Jaipur, even if you are on a short trip. The entire journey to the temple is quite interesting. You will have to pass two other temples and will come across a few different species of monkeys also on your way to the Sun temple. The sunset from up here is simply breathtaking. You will head back with a big smile on your face and a peaceful feeling. Now head back to your hotel and take rest, so you are ready for the next day.
Up for a spooky sensation! We visit India’s most haunted fort, Bhangarh!! In our mystical country full of forts, forests and historical sites wrapped in an enigma is Bhangarh Fort, which is located in Alwar district in Rajasthan. Deemed as one of the most haunted places in the world, Bhangarh fort’s haunted stories are bone chilling yet fascinating all at the same time.
We then head out to Fatehpur Sikri, the famous red capital designed and built by Akbar himself. The place is a marvel of sandstone architecture with strong influence from Persia. It is in the Agra district of Uttar Pradesh.
India’s most visited tourist sensation is the Taj Mahal. The palace is a treat to anyone who appreciates art, architecture and romance. Along the banks of Yamuna river, this abode of love is a must visit for every person in the world having found a permanent place in the Seven Wonders of the World.
Alongside Taj Mahal is Agra Fort and the prison of Shah Jahan where his son Aurangzeb held him captive. The red stone based architecture of the place and the unique view of Taj Mahal from the fort opens a portal into history. We then head back to Bharatpur in Rajasthan.
Harbring 366 species of birds, 379 species of plants, and 30 mammalian species, Bharatpur is the ultimate nature lover’s destination. The varieties of the chirps of the birds alone is an unforgettable sensation. We bicycle around the sanctuary’s unique 27 habitats, the densest congregation as such in the world, to enjoy the wide variety of avian life. Here, time flies!
We then head down to the airport after a leisurely lunch.
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Minimum age: 12 years (12+ kids allowed along with guardian or Parents)
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