Hawamahal - Best Tour Packages Jaipur

Jaipur, the capital of the largest state in India, is full of wonders to see! From the historically and architecturally beautiful temples to the trifling havelis, from larger-than-life palaces to the lush green forests with waterfalls and small lakes surrounding those forts, everything is worth seeing. Jaipur is certainly one of the most beautiful cities where the culture flounders. Let’s know about he best tour packages of Jaipur.

Travel Packages of Jaipur City

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Jaipur, the capital of the largest state in India, is full of wonders to see! From the historically and architecturally beautiful temples to the trifling havelis, from larger-than-life palaces to the lush green forests with waterfalls and small lakes surrounding those forts, everything is worth seeing. Jaipur is certainly one of the most beautiful cities where the culture flounders.

The Pink City is said to trap a corner in every visitor’s heart forever. The pink-shaded buildings, featuring an amalgamation of Rajput, Mughal, and British architectural styles are no less than an architectural wonder. Rated among the most exclusive in Asia, the Bazaar of Jaipur always draws people from all over who do not seem to mind the crowds, the ambitious salesmen, and the dizzying energy of it all. Overall, the beauty of Jaipur lies in its distinguished character which is the perfect muddle of quaint and contemporary architecture, culture, and, traditions. The city is the showcase of ageless magnificent forts and palaces, quaint local markets, modern colonies, bustling malls, and food courts.

Best Tour Packages of Jaipur

Package NamePricing
Amazing Rajasthan Tour Package | Jaipur-Jodhpur-Jaisalmer | 5 Nights and 6 Days12,999/-
Wildlife of Rajasthan Tour Package | 4 Days 3 Nights – Best Seller19,999/-
Incredible India Tour | Golden Triangle with Rajasthan and Wildlife SOS | Best Seller1,21,000/-
Traditional Rajasthan Tour | Jaipur – Bikaner – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur | Best Seller22,000/-
Golden Triangle Package | 4 Night 5 Days – Delhi Agra Jaipur16,499/-
Golden Triangle Trip with Udaipur – 7 Nights and 8 Days Tour26,999/-

Here below mentioned are some of the must-visit places in Jaipur-

City Palace

City Palace

Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur, conceived and built the City Palace located within the deep-walled city.The palace served as his residing throne and still serves as residing premises of the royal family of Jaipur. The palace was divided into two parts: one containing a few courtyards and museums, and the other where the royal family still resides.

City Palace is a building that has preserved the history of the city and is an icon of grandeur. Apart from being an architectural marvel, the palace is also home to a beautiful museum where you can check out many exciting facets of Rajput and Rajasthan history. Several edifices find a place in the City Palace, they are- Mubarak Mahal, Chandra Mahal, Sukh Nivas, Pritam Niwas Chowk, Diwan-i-Aam, Diwan-i-Khas, The armory, Maharani Palace, Bhaggi Khana, and Govind Dev ji temple.

Visitors can tour the City Palace from 9:30 am to 5:00 p.m. and then from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 pm for a night visit. Entry charges for the City Palace are Rs. 200 for Indian adults and Rs. 100 for children (5-12 yrs). Charges for night visits are different; Rs. 500 for Indian adults and Rs. 250 for children.

Hawa Mahal


Your tour to Jaipur remains incomplete without visiting the limelight of the city- Hawa Mahal. Also known as the “Palace of Winds”, it was built in 1799 as an extension of the Royal City Palace of Jaipur. The 953 honeycomb-shaped and beautifully carved windows allow the breeze to blow through the palace and make it a perfect summer palace.

The construction of the Hawa Mahal allowed the royal ladies to enjoy from everyday street scenes to royal processions on the street without being seen; The Purdah system was strictly followed during that time and Rajput royal ladies were not to be seen by strangers or appear in any public area.

Built-in the form of Krishna’s crown, Hawa Mahal is the tallest building in the world without a foundation. 

Opening hours of the Palace of Winds are from 9 am to 4:30 pm. The entrance fee to the same is INR 10 for Indian tourists and INR 50 for foreign tourists.

Amer Fort

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Also called the Amber Fort, this palace is possibly the most iconic structure of Jaipur. This palace is a perfect example to suggest how Jaipur’s history is not restricted simply to the acts of valor by its kings and soldiers, but also extends to the benefaction of architecture and science, as reflected in the construction of this marvelous fort.

Cradled atop a hill, 11 km away from Jaipur lays the Amer Fort, clad in pink and yellow sandstone. In 2013, UNESCO declared the fort a World Heritage Site because of its unique history and cultural significance. The royal family had been residing here until Jai Singh II decided to move the capital to Jaipur and built the City Palace. The Amer Fort through its large ramparts, several gateways, and paved paths overlooks the Maotha Lake in the town of Amer.

The entrance to the palace is from Suraj Pol (Sun Gate). The entry charges are Rs. 25 for Indian tourists and Rs. 200 for foreign travellers. Timings of the fort are from 9 am to 6 pm. While the light show timings are from 7:30 pm in English and 8 am in Hindi.

Albert Hall Museum

The oldest museum of the state is located in Jaipur and functions as the state museum. Albert Hall Museum has an extensive collection of artefacts brought from different regions of the world that are divided into enormous 16 art galleries. It is home to some of the most interesting artefacts from the history of Rajasthan and the rule of Rajputs including pottery items, swords, weapons, etc.  

This palace is one of the most beautiful places to visit on your Jaipur tour and is renowned for its architecture. Known for its somber collection of artifacts and a history as rich as the state itself, the Albert Hall Museum holds to be a treat to yearning eyes. The museum takes on a whole new facade after the sun sets and night falls, and the entire building glows with yellow lights, which looks stunning. This is honestly a great place to get a peek into history and even relax in the gardens with a stunning view of Albert Hall as the backdrop.

Entry timings for the museum are from 9 am to 5 pm and then afterwards from 7 pm to 10 pm. Entry fees for the same are INR 300 per person for Indians and INR 1000 for foreign tourists.  

Nahargarh Fort


 The majestic realms of the Nahargarh Fort can enrapture anyone! Overlooking the gorgeous Pink City of Jaipur lays a magnificent structure- The Nahargarh Fort. It was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1734 as a retreat. This larger-than-life structure was built to protect the city. The palace has never come under attack from any forces during its history to date.

Originally named ‘Sudarshan Fort,’ it was later rename to Nahargarh, which means the abode of tigers. Situated on the outskirts of Jaipur, this place is hugely famous for the breathtaking views of the whole city from here. Embellished with delicate carvings and stonework, the Nahargarh Fort Fort is an unassailable structure and together with its two neighboring forts- Amer and Jaigarh once stood as the strong defense of Jaipur city.

Another attraction in the Nahargarh Fort is the Nahargarh Biological Park, which is famous for its vast flora and fauna. You can expect to see over 285 species of birds there. It is also home to animals such as Asiatic lions, Bengal tigers, panthers, hyenas, wolves, deer, sloth boar, etc.

Park remains open from 9 am to 5 pm on all weekdays except on Tuesdays. The entry fee for the same is INR 50 for Indian visitors and INR 300 for foreign tourists.

Places to Explore in Jaipur

Don’t wish to end the Jaipur tour here? Well, there is absolutely no need to worry! Here is a list of places you can visit in the city if you have time-

NameTicket PriceTimingsSpecialty
Jantar MantarINR 50-2009:00 AM – 4:30 PMAstronomical observatory with impressive instruments
Albert Hall MuseumINR 409:00 AM – 5:00 PMVictorian-style museum with diverse exhibits
Birla MandirFree6:00 AM – 12:00 PM<br>3:00 PM – 9:00 PMStunning white marble temple with intricate carvings
Jaigarh FortINR 359:00 AM – 4:30 PMWell-preserved fort housing the world’s largest cannon
Govind Dev Ji TempleFree4:30 AM – 9:30 PMSacred temple dedicated to Lord Krishna
Raj Mandir CinemaVariesShowtimes varyArt Deco movie palace known for its opulent interiors
Chokhi DhaniINR 700-11005:00 PM – 11:00 PMCultural village with traditional activities and dining
Sisodia Rani GardenINR 508:00 AM – 6:00 PMMeticulously landscaped gardens and royal retreat
Jaipur ZooINR 15-508:30 AM – 5:30 PMHome to various exotic and indigenous animals
Anokhi Museum of Hand PrintingINR 3010:30 AM – 5:00 PMShowcasing traditional block printing techniques
Galtaji (Monkey Temple)Free5:00 AM – 9:00 PMTemple complex with natural springs and monkeys
Central ParkFree5:00 AM – 9:00 PMPicturesque park with jogging tracks and activities
Jaipur Wax MuseumINR 30010:00 AM – 6:30 PMWax figures of historical and celebrity personalities
Jawahar Circle GardenFreeOpen 24 hoursLargest circular park with musical fountain
Kanak Vrindavan GardenINR 258:00 AM – 6:00 PMGarden with a series of fountains and lush greenery
Amer Sagar LakeFreeOpen 24 hoursScenic lake offering a peaceful atmosphere
Rambagh PalaceVariesCheck with the hotelLuxurious heritage hotel with stunning architecture

Best Food to Try in Jaipur – Must Add this in Jaipur Travel Package

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There is a wide range of variety of cuisines in Jaipur. Its street food is one of the best in all of India. These are some of the best ones to try!

  • Pyaz Kachori
  • Lassi
  • Pheni
  • Kulfi
  • Pakodas
  • Spicy laal maans
  • Kadi Kachori
  • Chole-tikki

Bapu Bazaar, Lassiwala, Masala Chowk, Rawat Mishthan Bhandar, and Choki Dhani are great places to try Jaipur cuisines.

Amazing Shopping in Jaipur – Explore Jaipur

A city of artisans, Jaipur is famous for fabrics, textiles, handicrafts, rugs, jewelry, lac bangles, jhumkas, bandhani sarees, wood furniture, arts, and crafts, and much more. This city is a souvenir shopper’s heaven. The market here stocks a variety of products which are of good quality and are also quite cheap.

To the south of the pink city is Bapu Bazaar, the best place to buy clothes and textiles. Especially the iconic block-print fabrics and Bandhani tie-dye. For silver jewellery, you must visit Johri Bazaar. Jaipur has a market at every place, so you don’t need to worry about shopping from specific ones. But the best place to buy unique Jaipuri and Rajasthani items in the city is the old city market.

Best Time to Book Jaipur Trip

The bes Time to visit Jaipur city is between October to March. Around this time the weather remains cool and it becomes easy to visit multiple tourist places in a day. Also, Jaipur Literature Fest organized usually in February attracts loads of tourists from all over the world.

Jaipur is part of the well-known Golden Triangle of India along with the capital city- Delhi as well as Agra. Being a part of the Golden Trio and the city’s culture, and outstanding beauty, attracts tourists from across the world.

Adventurous hiking places and other activities like hot balloon riding for adrenaline junkies. Majestic forts and stepwells contain a century’s worth of history. Also, fun places for a trip with friends like Puno, Fun Kingdom, and Appu Ghar.

FAQs – Top Trip Packages for Jaipur

Q. How much Jaipur Trip will cost?

Ans. Well, the Jaipur travel package cost depends on various factors such as accommodation, activities, number of days, meals and many more. On average, a decent Jaipur trip will cost you around 1.5K to 2.5K daily.

Q. Which Jaipur tour packages are best?

Ans. The best Jaipur tour packages from Flextates are the Golden triangle package, the Golden triangle trip with Udaipur, the Traditional Rajasthan tour and the wildlife of Rajasthan tour package.

Q. How do I choose the best tour packages for Jaipur?

Based on factors such as type of stay, mode of transportation, meals, number of days, costing and the season you can choose the best travel package of Jaipur.

Q. Is 2 days enough for Jaipur?

Yes, 2 days are enough to explore the main tourist attractions of Jaipur. You can easily cover most of the points in a 2-day trip, as most of the places are located near each other.