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Private Full-Day Tour in Jaipur
"You will be picked up at your hotel in Jaipur at 9:00 AM and start this full-day tour. Jaipur is packed with must-see cultural spiritual and historical landmarks. At each stop you can spend as much or as little time as you like. Some of the highlights you may want to visit include the City palace (the royal residence of maharaja of Jaipur) Observatory (India's largest sun dial still in operation) the Amber Fort (one of the most spectacular pieces of Rajput architecture in India) Badi chaupar market
From $35.00
 
Private Tour: Amber Fort and Jal Mahal Including Elephant Ride
"Your guide will pick you up from your Jaipur hotel in the morning and take you by private air-conditioned vehicle to Amber Fort. When you arrive at the bottom of the hill near Maota Lake enjoy a unique cultural experience of riding an elephant outfitted with traditional coverings! When you reach the top of the hill follow your guide inside Amber Fort an impressive architectural wonder built by Raja Man Singh I. Known for its artistic style it blends both Hindu and Mughal elements as seen in its large ramparts
From $56.00
 
"Private Tour: Jaipur Sightseeing Including Jantar Mantar
"Private Tour: Jaipur Sightseeing Including Jantar Mantar Amber Fort and Elephant Ride""Your guide will pick you up from your Jaipur hotel in the morning and take you by private air-conditioned vehicle to Amber Fort. Upon arrival at the bottom of the hill near Maota Lake you’ll enjoy a unique cultural experience of riding an elephant! Once your decorated elephant delivers you to the top of the hill follow your guide inside Amber Fort to visit Jai Mandir a chamber of glittering mirrors; Shila Devi Temple; Diwan-e-Aam
From $100.00

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To the fort by jeep

The most popular way to visit the fort is by ascending the hill on an elephant, but we were here at the time of the major Hindu festival, Saraswati Puja, and the elephants had been given a holiday. We...
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Elephant to Amber Fort

Some people ride an elephant up to Amber Fort. I did not. Is it not far to walk and it is expensive, Rs 900 (August 2010) for an elephant that takes two tourists at a time. Even if you sit on padded...
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From Jaipur to Amber by bus

I had read in my guidebook that buses for Amber leaves from a bus stop near Hawa Mahal. I confirmed this at the hotel and then went out to take an auto rickshaw. The auto rickshaw driver agreed to...
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Getting to Amber

Amber is about a 15 minute drive north of Jaipur, on the way to Delhi. Public transport is available, but if you have the opportunity to go with a private car and driver, it is the easiest way to...
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Things to Do Near Amer

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Amber Fort

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Hawa Mahal

Of all the pink buildings in the Pink City, this must be the most photographed. It is a fantastical concoction of oriel and bay windows, coloured glass, carved screens in stone and wood, delicate...
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Nahargarh Fort

Nahargarh is a lot closer to Jaipur with an impressive view over the city to the City Palace. The name means "Abode of the Tigers". Built by Jai Singh the founder of Jaipur, this fort was added to...
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Jai Mahal - lake palace

The lake palace was built in 18th Century by Maharaja Singh. It sits in the middle of a manmade lake and was restored in 2008. The palace is not currently open to the public, but has been leased to a...
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Jantar Mantar

This was one of our favourite sights in Jaipur, and indeed, one of Chris’s favourites from the whole trip – he found it totally fascinating, as did I. For both of us it had a double appeal – not only...
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City Palace

The city palace complex still has some areas reserved as royal residence, but several buildings are opened to public as a museum. Different buildings and yards, arches and rooms, provide a very...
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