Jaipur is the eternal rose pink city and gateway to North India’s most colorful state, Rajasthan. Surrounded by the arid Aravalli Hills, Jaipur was founded in the early 18th century by Maharajah (King) Jai Singh II, and is steeped in legends and regal grandeur. Amidst the buzz of bazaars and shops, there are many historical architectural delights. The pink hue of this lively and inviting city is testimony to Jaipur’s last ruler Man Singh II, who ordered every home to be painted pink for the British royal visit of Prince of Wales and Edward V11 in 1876. The law still exists today within the old quarter.


  • Amber Fort
  • City Palace
  • The Palace of Winds
  • Jantar Mantar

 Places to stay

Jai Mahal Palace

Hotel Style: Heritage

Charming and opulent, the Taj Jai Mahal Palace is a beautifully refurbished 18th-century edifice.  See Hotel

Jas Vilas

Hotel Style: Guest house

Jas Vilas is an intimate homestay that gives guests a bonafide taste of warm Rajasthani hospitality.  See Hotel

Samode Haveli

Hotel Style: Heritage

The Samode Haveli is a grand old intimate mansion that has become one of India's best heritage hotels with its romantic history and simple style.  See Hotel

Shahpura House

Hotel Style: Heritage

Shahpura House, designed in typical traditional Rajasthani style, is a charming accommodation named after one of the oldest families in the region.  See Hotel

Taj Rambagh Palace

Hotel Style: Heritage

Located close to the walled 'Pink City', spectacular forts and all the unique shopping bazaars of Jaipur, the Rambagh Palace unveils the rich culture and history of the erstwhile rulers of Rajasthan.  See Hotel

The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur

Hotel Style: Resort

Incredibly beautiful' is what comes to mind when one sets eyes on the Oberoi Rajvilas.  See Hotel

 Things to do

Elephant Safari to Naila Fort (If your stay at Rajvilas)

The Maharajahs and Maharanis of Rajasthan travelled in exuberant style. This is your opportunity to follow in their tracks. Take a leisurely elephant ride through the Jaipur countryside until you reached the magnificently restored yet rarely visited Naila Fort where you can enjoy a sumptuous gourmet picnic. This special experience lasts four hours and you can avoid the heat by setting out early in the morning or in the late afternoon.

4-5h-Dera Amer Sunset ride with Dinner (If your stay at Samode Haveli)

At sunset, make your way amid natural, serene environs engulfing the camp on elephant-back, through a private jungle at the foothills of the Aravali Range, surrounded by wilderness and a few hamlets housing local villagers. Pass a medival fortress lit with mashals. Dine al-fresco beneath stars with a live barbecue, mashals (flame torches), bonfires and cocktail snacks.


Celebrate the vibrant festival of colors at Shahpura House and engage in elaborate plans to color your friends, family or complete strangers.

City Highlights of Jaipur

Explore the Amber Fort, the Albert Hall, City Palace, the Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal) and the world’s largest stone observatory – the Jantar Mantar. See the Govind Devji Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, the Lakshmi Narayan and Ganesh Temples; visit the amazing Jaigarh and Nahargarh Forts and Raj Mandir Cinema.

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