The ‘Pink City’ of India, Jaipur is a land of extravagance that owes its beauty to the unparalleled architectural marvels of local palaces and mahals. With our one day Delhi to Jaipur tour, experience Jaipur, which offers a magnificent blend of spectacular architecture and vibrant, regal history complete with adventurous camel and elephant rides, traditions of the Rajasthani culture and scrumptious ethnic food.
Jaipur is clubbed with Agra and Delhi to form the Golden Triangle of Indian tourism. While visiting the Amer region in Jaipur, be assured to find some magnificent beauties like Amber Palace, Nahargarh, and Jaigarh Forts.
The Old walled city of Jaipur is known for its narrow lanes, small shops and monuments like Hawa Mahal, City Palace and Jantar Mantar. These quaint lanes also attract tourists from all over the world for its sweets, snacks and souvenir shopping.
When you visit this city with our one day trip from delhi, you’ll feel like you have travelled back in time while simultaneously enjoying the comfort of the modern age!
Overview of one Day Jaipur Tour from Delhi
The Best time to visit Jaipur from Delhi is between October to March, when there is a respite from harsh summer sun and the temperature is within 20 degree Celsius. Our one day Jaipur tour by private car promises to show you all the most important attractions of the city.
This specially customized one day trip will kick off with visiting City Palace first, followed by The Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Birla Temple, Albert Museum Hall, Jal Mahal, Amber Fort and conclude with you catching the sunset at Surya Mandir.
Our Jaipur day tour is designed to ensure every tourist maximum comfort, great time planning and being superbly economical. This one day trip to Jaipur is personalised according to the needs of our guests.
The Cab will pick you up from your home or hotel in the Delhi NCR early in the morning so that you have enough time to tour Jaipur without any time constraints.
The Distance Between Delhi to Jaipur is 282 KM via NH48 and the distance is covered by our cabs in 5 and a half hours. All our cabs are safe, GPS enabled, luxurious, pocket-friendly and there is no hassle of overtime fines and other hidden expenses.
Highlights of One Day Delhi to Jaipur Trip
- Full-day Delhi to Jaipur Local Sightseeing Tour
- Duration: 10 to 14 hours
- Tour by Private Cab (not shared with others)
- Pickup & Drop: Delhi Hotel / Home
- Places Covered: City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Birla Temple, Albert Museum Hall, Jal Mahal, Amber Fort & Surya Mandir.
Package Price for 1 Day Delhi to Jaipur Sightseeing Tour Package by Cab
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1 Day Itinerary of Jaipur Local Sightseeing Tour from Delhi
Pickup from your Home / Hotel in Delhi at 5:00 AM
|S.No||Sightseeing Place||Recommended Duration|
|1||City Palace||120 minutes|
|2||Hawa Mahal||120 minutes|
|3||Jantar Mantar||90 minutes|
|4||Birla Temple||60 minutes|
|5||Albert Museum Hall||50 minutes|
|6||Jal Mahal||50 minutes|
|7||Amber Fort||90 minutes|
|8||Surya Mandir||60 minutes|
Drop back at your Home / Hotel in Delhi by 10:00 PM
PLEASE NOTE: Guests can visit all the Jaipur tourism places listed above or remove any of the places that they don’t want to visit. Inclusion of any other sightseeing place not listed above is normally not permitted. However guests can check with their cab provider if any exceptions possible, while booking this Delhi to Jaipur local sightseeing tour by private car.
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Detailed Guide: Places to Visit with One Day Delhi to Jaipur Tour by Car
In our one day Delhi to Jaipur tour package by private cab, you and your family will be visiting the following sites of interest :
The Magnificent City Palace is one of the most famous tourist attractions of Jaipur and the first place to visit in our one day Jaipur trip. The Palace was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh between 1729 and 1732 while the outer wall was built by Jai Singh II.
The Palace has undergone changes as recently as the 20th century to keep up with the times. The vast complex of the palace occupies one-seventh of the walled city. City Palace used to be the seat of the Maharaja of Jaipur.
Planned with accurate intricacies, the palace is divided into a series of courtyards, buildings and gardens. The architectural style of the City Palace is a fusion of the Shilpa Shastra along with Rajput, Mughal and European styles.
The Palace was built using red and pink sandstone and has three gates, namely ‘Tripolia Gate’, ‘Udai Pol’, ‘Virendra Pol’. The striking courtyards, lush green gardens, splendid edifices and meticulous stonework make the Palace a perfect blend of design, art, colour and culture.
- Timings : Every day from 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
- Entry fees : Adult – Indians : Rs. 100/- || Foreigners : Rs. 400/-
Child – Indians : Rs. 50/- || Foreigners : Rs. 250/-
The Magnificent monument of Hawa Mahal stands at the intersection of the main road of Badi Chaupad. Hawa Mahal is the signature building of the city and was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in the year 1799.
Hawa Mahal borrows its name from its signature small mesh windows that allow cool wind to enter the palace and keep the palace cool and comfortable during the unbearably hot summer months.
Hawa Mahal is built in the Rajput architectural style and is constructed of red and pink sandstone. The Palace has a pyramidal structure which almost resembles a crown, and is embellished with a myriad of tiny windows. The palace is a five-floor building with uniquely decorated chambers on every floor.
A Beautifully crafted fountain welcomes you inside the main palace, from where you can make your way up to the different floors via the ramp. There are no stairs in this building.
The Top floor of the palace offers a brilliant view of the City Palace, Jantar Mantar and the buzz of Sireh Deori Bazaar. There is also a small museum in the campus which holds some rich relics and miniature paintings.
- Timings : Every day from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
- Entry fees : Indians : Rs. 50/- || Foreigners : Rs. 200/-
After Hawa Mahal, the next stop is at Jantar Mantar, which is the largest stone astronomical observatory in the world. This ancient study houses nineteen instruments built out of stone and brass and was built by Raja Sawai Jai Singh between 1727 and 1733.
This Astonishingly accurate construction and placement of instruments allowed the observer to note the position of heavenly bodies with their naked eye alone. The main objective of building this vast observatory was to study and gather information about space and time as was known.
The Instruments here pertain to Egypt’s Ptolemaic astronomy and follow three classical celestial coordinates to track the positions of heavenly bodies.
This Observatory also houses the world’s largest sundial. These instruments still work as well and accurately as before and have withstood the ravages of time.
Jantar Mantar is the perfect amalgamation of mathematical, scientific and engineering precision. Jaipur’s Jantar Mantar is also the largest one as compared to its other counterparts in the North of India.
- Timings : Every day from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
- Entry fees : Indians : Rs. 40/- || Students : Rs. 15/-|| Foreigners : Rs. 200/-
Birla Mandir in Jaipur is situated on the Moti Dungri Hill and the temple was built in the year 1988 by the Birlas. Built purely out of white marble, the edifice of the Birla Temple is a mixture of ancient Hindu architecture styles and modern design.
The Walls of the temple are embellished with intricate carvings of Gods and Goddesses and words of wisdom from the Puranas and Upanishads.
You will also find displays in the form of paintings and sculptures of well known historical achievers, legends, philosophers and spiritual saints like Socrates, Christ, Buddha, Confucius etc.
The Primary deity of worship, Laxmi Narayan is carved out from a single piece of stone. The idol of Ganesha is a magnum opus that appears almost transparent. You must visit Birla Temple during Janmashtami for their special festivities.
- Timings : 5:00 AM – 11:30 AM, 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
- Entry fees : There is no entry fee.
Albert Museum Hall is the oldest museum of Rajasthan and is named after the Prince of Wales, Albert Edward is the next Jaipur sightseeing place to visit in our 1 day Delhi to Jaipur tour.
The Night tourism of the building is more exciting with its yellow lights that glow in the evening and lend a regal splendor to the monument. You can relax in the gardens with the stunning view of Albert Hall in the backdrop.
The Galleries of the museum have a collection of precious antiques and artifacts that include ancient coins, marble art, pottery and carpets. The building itself from the outside has an alluring architecture. The Indo – Saracenic inspired domes and intricately carved arches constructed from sandstone is breathtaking.
- Timings : 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
- Entry fees : Indians : Rs. 40/- || Foreigners : Rs. 300/-
6. Jal Mahal
The Brilliant Jal Mahal is located 7 KM from the city center in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur. It is the most sought tourism place in our day trip.
The Jal Mahal has a low rise symmetrical structure and was popular among the rulers for being their shooting lodge and now attracts various tourists from across the globe.
The Palace is built by combining the Mughal and Rajput style of architecture. Entry inside the fort is prohibited, but the view from outside is enough to please your eyes.
- In the evenings, it is lightened up and the palace lights are reflected in the lake. The Mahal can be looked at during any hour of the day and there is no entry fee.
7. Amber Fort
Amber Fort was built on top of the Aravali Hill, across the Maotha Lake. An architectural masterpiece from the past, the fort is visited by over five thousand tourists daily.
Amber Fort is constructed in pink and yellow sandstone and is a part of an extensive complex and was built by Maharaja Man Singh in the 16th century. Amer is a small town with an area hardly over four square kilometers and once served as a capital city of Rajasthan.
The Fort can be visited on elephant-back or you can also walk all the way up. Amer Fort is divided into four sections, each adorned with its separate entrance and courtyard and encloses several palaces in its complex.
- Must see : A fifty minute long light and sound show is held every evening at the Amer Fort showcasing the history of Jaipur and the fort.
- Timings : 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Light Show Timings: English: 7:30 PM, Hindi: 8:00 PM
- Entry fees : Indians : Rs. 25/- || Students : Rs. 10/- || Foreigners : Rs. 200/- || Elephant Ride for two at Amber Palace: Rs. 900/-
Surya Mandir in Jaipur is a part of the larger Galtaji Temple complex that lies to the West of Jaipur. The temple was founded in the 18th century as the private temple for a courtier of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II.
The Temple’s great vantage point, 200 meters above the city, offers wonderful panoramic views, which are best viewed at sunset. The temple’s relaxed ambiance, breathtaking views and the pleasant short hike up the hill is an excellent way to get away from the hustle-bustle of the city for a quiet time with your loved ones.
- Timings : 5:00 AM – 9:00 PM
- Entry fees : No entry fee || Camera: Rs. 50 /-
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Terms & Conditions
Travelers are requested to follow the given itinerary for 1 Day Delhi to Jaipur Local Sightseeing tour package. Ideally this 1 day Jaipur tour package from Delhi can not be customized, however if guests prefer to visit different set of places in Jaipur tour, they can check the possibility of the same with the listed car rental companies and request for a custom quote.
The time spent on each Jaipur and nearby tourist attraction is to be followed as per the Itinerary schedule. In case of any delays or additional time spent at a particular place, driver or car rental company will not be responsible to cover all the places mentioned in the itinerary.
Please also note that if a particular Jaipur sightseeing place is closed on the scheduled day of the tour, it will not be covered from the list of sightseeing places. Please check the possibility of visiting an alternate place with cab vendor before you book the tour.
Ideally, no. However you can check with listed Delhi cab vendors before booking the tour on any possibility to customize the tour. Additional charges might apply.
Our one day sightseeing tour to Jaipur from Delhi is all that you will need to freshen up and relax while simultaneously enjoying the grand past of this wonderful city.
We would love for you to consider us while you plan this vacation and we promise to help you come up with a tour that will leave a lasting impression on you and your family!