Hello Rachel and Sanjeev,


I wanted to write to tell you my clients loved their day trip. Everything went perfectly, as you said. They said the guide was extremely knowledgeable, the sights were beautiful, lunch was delicious, and all went as planned. They had a very good time.


A tiny thing that was mentioned that seemed a little strange was that beverages, including water, were extra at lunch. It would seem that non alcoholic beverages and water would be considered part of a meal.


And a VERY BIG thank you to the tour company. An older couple from the group left their passports on the bus. They were at the train station about to head back to Delhi and someone from the tour company found them and ran them to the train station. What a disaster that would have been as they were taking a flight at 4am late that night back home. So thank you, thank you , thank you. They asked that if I could get in touch with the tour company to again express their gratitude for their efforts to please do so!


Thank you for making our clients day trip a wonderful experience.


Sincerely,

Dawn Hackett

International and Domestic Travel Counselor

Allure Travel by CTM

Quick Booking

Rajasthan Tour - Same Day Jaipur Pink City

 

06.30AM: Pick up from your hotel in Delhi only. Drive to Jaipur.( 270 Kms , 5 Hrs Drive )
11.30AM : Visit to Amber Fort
01.00PM : Time Free for Lunch
02.00PM : Visit to Jantar Mantar & City Palace
04.00PM : Visit Birla Temple , Albert Museum
05.30PM : Drive back to Delhi , Enroute Photo Stop for Hawa Mahal  & water palace
10.30PM : Drop at Hotel / Airport

 

Tour Cost: USD 99 per person based on 02 pax 

Tour Cost: USD 185 total for single pax

 

Inclusive:

  • All monument fees as per itinerary
  • Local English speaking Guide
  • Air conditioned Transport as per itinerary
  • Mineral water

Jaipur’ resembles as a stud at the heart of Rajasthan. Rajasthan tour packages from Delhi offer the tourists’ delight through jaipur pink city’s excursion. The crown of the first & finest planned city of India goes to it where lives vibrancy and magnificence in its structures & culture.

 

How far it is from Delhi?
It is 265 Km away from Delhi. You will meet entertainment at par during this four hours long journey by drive. The fun that we bring at your service will never let these beautiful memories sleep lifelong.

 

Panoramic ‘Jaipur’ from Amer Fort
The very first destination of our tour packages stops at alluring Amer Fort. This red sandstone & marble are clubbed with excellence to shape-up this fort at the bank of lake ‘Maotha’ in Amber. Raja Maan Singh was the king behind its foundation story but the final touch-up to this structure was ended during the rule of Sawai Jai Singh in 18th century.

 

Labyrinthine Observatory-Jantar Mantar
Stepping at Jantar Mantar offers you a puzzle-like architecture to solve. Here, we will take you to the tour of this dumbstruck observatory which marks the top of all ones in India.

 

Eye-catching glimpse of ‘City Palace’
City Palace is the tourists’ hotspot. Great excitement to peep into regal extravagance of the past ends in the short glimpse of this landmark of Jaipur. Jaipur king Kachchwa Rajput commissioned it to build.

 

Forts’ conversion to museum
The kings & their ruling have become the story of bygone years. And turning into museum gives the fort the best option to survive in modern time. Mostly forts have been opened for public’s eye as museum. The exhibition of masterpieces of manuscripts, weapons, carpets & imperial costumes takes the onlookers to the flash back of medieval period.

 

An eve in Lakshmi Narayan Temple
An eve in Lakshmi Narayan temple drops you in the meeting with its divine ambience. It is famously called Birla temple. Don’t miss a quick visit to nearby tourists’ hub Moti Dungri. Here, you will face off the spectacular union of traditional architecture in modern attire. Take blessing of deity Vishnu & goddess Lakshmi as their idols are adorned here.

 

Oldest Museum- Albert Hall Museum
Here comes the penultimate venue that is Albert Hall museum. Missing its view means skipping the hues of the oldest museums.

 

Palace of Winds ‘Hawa Mahal’
The last step of this tour is Hawa Mahal which has the resemblance of lord Krishna’s crown. Wind never leaves it alone as it has 953 windows as ‘Jharokhas’.

 

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