Jaipur is part of the Golden Triangle tourist circuit and is a popular tourist destination with a list of famous tourist places in India such as Amer Fort, Hawa Mahal and Jal Mahal. The Pink City tour also includes Diggi Palace, Garh Ganesh Mandir, Birla Mandir, Jaipur Zoo, Rambagh Palace and Govind Dev Ji Temple.
- Day 1- The Fort Visit
- Day 2- The city Tour
- Day 3- Choki Dhani
- Day 4- Bhangarh Fort Visit
Begin your first day with an elephant ride by visiting the Amer Fort, which is situated on a hillock and is a major tourist attraction in the Jaipur region. Visit Jaigarh Fort and Nahargarh Fort as well nearby Water Palace of Jal Mahal. Jal Mahal is a Water Palace and it is one of the most majestic places to see in Jaipur.
The city is blessed with amazing architectural beauties and Jal Mahal is at the forefront of these works of art. The palace stands in the middle of Man Sagar Lake, when you first see it, you will have the illusion of almost floating above the lake and this is the moment when this view takes your breath away.
After breakfast take a tour of Pink City Jaipur and visit the most famous places namely City Palace, Jantar Mantar and Hawa Mahal. Hawa Mahal Palace Situated on the edge of the City Palace, Jaipur is the most prominent tourist attraction of the city.
Jantar Mantar in Jaipur, is a unique kind of tourist attraction as you will be treated to multiple destinations in one place. These are the different types of equipment scattered throughout the property. There are about 19 of them check out as iconic equipment, such as
- Ram Yantra
- Vrihat Samrat Yantra
Get the blessings of Birla Mandir in the morning and visit places around Albert Hall and Maharaja Museum. Arrive at Chokhi Dhani, Jaipur in the afternoon for the best Rajasthani food and culture near Sanganer.
- Birla Temple
- Albert Hall Museum
- Pink City Walls
- Jaipur Zoo
ZOO IN JAIPUR
The Jaipur Zoo, located near the Albert Hall Museum after visiting the Albert Hall Museum then visit the Jaipur Zoo which consist of 50 species of animals and birds, including Bengal tigers, Indian civets, Himalayan bears, barking deer, peacocks, painted storks, swans and crocodiles. Jaipur Zoo Opened in the year 1877.
The zoo is divided into two sections, one for birds and reptiles, and the other for mammals. Later, a museum showcasing the wildlife of the state of Rajasthan was also built inside the zoo premises. A complete treat for the little ones, birdwatchers and animal lovers, Jaipur Zoo is a must visit with a variety of animals and birds.
On the fourth day, travel to the nearest town of Bhangarh Fort in Alwar, about 90 km from Jaipur city. Bhangarh Fort is a historical ruined fort on the edge of Sariska Tiger Reserve and is the most haunted place in India. Bhangarh Fort is just 83 km away from Jaipur, and is an excellent place for a day trip with friends.
Take NH11 and continue on Agra Road. From Dausa, take NH11A and continue for about 15 km. From there, take SH 55, and you can reach the destination. Overall it will not take you more than 2 hours to reach Bhangarh Fort from Jaipur. It will be a pleasant journey knowing the haunted stories of Bhangarh Fort.
BEST TIME TO GO TO BHANGARH FORT
The best time to visit Bhangarh Fort, during winters in October-February and timing to visit the Bhangarh Fort at 6 am to 6 pm,and it is prohibited to enter the area beyond these times. No one is allowed to enter the fort after sunset. Because ,Once the sun’s light blows its last ray of the sun comes the next morning, the whole landscape is surrounded by gloom and cold hollowness.
There are many local legends about paranormal activities in the fort. It is up to a person whether he will believe in it or not. It is said that spirits roam in the Bhangarh fort at night and various strange sounds are heard. Also, as the saying goes, whoever is at night Also, as it is said that anyone who enters the fort at night will not be able to return in the morning.
The person always feels as though their movements are being monitored, and the air is filled with an overwhelming heaviness. A board put up by the Archaeological Survey of India warns visitors not to go inside the fort premises during dark times. So those who are going to visit the Bhangarh fort should not go after 6 pm.