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Last Updated: 09 Sep 2020
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Entry is open from all domestic states for all kinds of travel.

  • Shops are allowed with 2 customers in small shops and 5 customers in large shops
  • No restrictions on the movement of individuals and goods for inter-state and within the state movement 
  • In public places, individuals are required to follow face covering, social distancing, spitting and consuming paan, tobacco, liquor and gutkha
  • Voluntary Home Quarantine for all passengers for 14 days
  • Passengers with symptoms will be taken to the nearest health facility after isolation

Flight to Jaipur are available from Kolkata, Delhi, Hyderabad, Pune and 10 different locations


Special COVID trains to Jaipur are running from Jodhpur and Mumbai

  • Inter-state private buses are allowed
  • Inter-district buses are operational
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  • Public transport vehicles such as bus, taxi, cabs, auto rickshaw and cycle rickshaw are operational
  • The public transport vehicle should not exceed the permitted seating capacity and should follow safety precautions such as sanitization of touch points and seats

Tourist spots such as Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Albert hall and others are safe to visit. However, the tourists are requested to follow the guidelines of the government

More than 1400 visitors after Rajasthan Government resumes tourism Updated: 04 Sep 2020

In the Unlock 1 phase, the government of Rajasthan decided to open tourist attractions in Jaipur and other 8 other districts. After this decision, more than 1400 visitors visited the attractions in just 2 days of resuming tourism.   Read More

Tourism in Jaipur resumed from June 1 Updated: 04 Sep 2020

Famous attractions in Jaipur like Amer Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar and Albert Hall opened for tourists from June 1. People allowed to enter a group of 5 to 6 people after thermal scanning. The attractions are sanitized twice a day.Know More

Tourist Places near Jaipur within 300 km

Alwar, Ajmer, Pushkar, Bundi, Bharatpur, Shekhawati, Deeg, Ranthambore, Delhi, Kota, Shekhawati, Karauli, Mandawa, Gurgaon, Agra and many more.

Whether you’re a nature lover, a history buff or an adventure enthusiast, you’re bound to find your home in these places near Jaipur within 300 kilometers. Marvelous forts, bustling cities and thriving national parks near the city offers plenty of sightseeing opportunities near the city.

From the historical places like Agra or Fatehpur Sikri, brimming with remnants of Mughal beauty, to the natural resplendence housed within the National Parks of Sariska or Ranthambore, these places to visit near Jaipur within 300 kilometers promise to leave you breathless and asking for more. Whether you’re a couple looking for a quiet getaway, or a family in search of a happening vacation, the options here are plenty.

From sightseeing tours to adventure sports, these tourist spots promise to keep you on your feet throughout your vacation. Whether it is river rafting on the Chambal at Kota, or taking a safari at the Ranthambore National Park, one can never run out of things to do while in Rajasthan!

Here is a list of places to visit near Jaipur in 300 kms:

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Pushkar is an essential pilgrimage in India for the Hindu and Sikh faith holders due to the presence of 100’s of stunning temples including the only ‘Lord Brahma Temple’ in the world, and several gurudwaras. It is located amidst the western Aravalli Range on the shore of the natural Pushkar Lake, around 10 kilometres from the city of Ajmer in Rajasthan. And since Pushkar is a part of the torrid desert state, it has particularly warm summers and cool, pleasant winters with moderate rainfall in the monsoons. Pushkar is believed to have been an ancient city as it has found mentions in many Hindu mythologies and other important Indian scriptures. Hence, the colourful and different history of this Temple Town has garnered attention from domestic and international tourists, many of whom are also devouts. But that’s not all; there is still much more to this tranquil town than meets the eye. 

In the present day and age, it has become a popular weekend getaway for people, especially the youth living in nearby cities like -Jaipur, Ajmer, Delhi etc. for its many offerings of recreational activities like - boating on the lake, camel safaris, camping and hikes, cable-car rides, shopping for local handicrafts, among more. Along with the alluring points of interest like - the Rose Garden, Mertha, Pushkar Bazaar, Varaha Ghat etc. that are worth exploring during a short rendezvous. 
Moreover, It has primarily been famed for its annual ‘Pushkar Mela’ which is a Cattle Fair organized during the month of ‘Karthik’ (October/November) for five days. It is the biggest and grandest celebration in the town where thousands of locals and tourists gather to savour rides, folk performance, shows, and the most important event of all - the trading of numerous cattle, horses and camels from distinct parts of the country. The two prominent Hindu festivals - Holi and Diwali are also celebrated with much penchant and glee, making it one of the unmissable sightings. 

The tourism in Pushkar is thriving, which has led to the residents, along with many high-end brands and industries developing a commercial aspect. Because of this, one can find an array of hotels and resorts, quaint cafes and eateries serving international cuisines, and other modern facilities. All ranging from modestly priced for the budgeted guests to the 5-star luxurious ones for the big spenders. Thus, Pushkar is that one city that welcomes one and all with open arms and offers an experience unlike any other. 
And although the city brims with trotters all year long, it is the time during October till March that fits best for one to plan a short excursion to fully take in the beauty, merrymaking and the ambient surroundings. 

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Ranthambore is an absolute paradise for wildlife enthusiasts. It is widely recognized for its National Park and Tiger Reserve, but these are not the only places that make Ranthambhore a popular tourist destination. The unquestionably mesmerizing locales, palaces, and royal ruins make Ranthambhore more than just a popular wildlife habitat.

So don’t just adore the enthralling locales or feast your eyes on to the beautiful escapades of Ranthambhore but indulge in many other interesting activities that are an absolute value for your money and time. You can opt for a safari ride that is the most adventurous activity and gives you a chance to witness the wild species roaming freely in the jungle. Bird watching tour should also be something that you must try as Ranthambhore boasts of having over 330 species of birds.

Some of the must-visit places at Ranthambore are Ranthambore Fort, which is touted as the most popular landmarks in Rajasthan. This fort was built by the Chauhan rulers in 944 AD and replicates that era in the best possible way.

You can visit this amazing fort for a jaw-dropping experience! Surwal lake is another masterpiece ideal for people who prefer a calm and tranquil ambiance to seek solace. The glorious view of the rare accumulation of wild animals here would certainly take your breath away.

Jogi Mahal is another iconic place in Ranthambore situated near the Padam lake. It is known for its incredible architecture and sculptures. It was initially made available for the visitors to reside, but off-lately Jogi Mahal is available just for sightseeing. This place also boasts of one of the biggest Banyan Trees in the country.

Along with the wildlife, the culture and traditions of Ranthambore also hold a massive significance. Rejoice yourself with the incredible art and craft of the rural women working under the great initiative of Village Women Craft. Also, treat yourself with the exclusive dishes of Rajasthan such as Dal Bati churma, Ker Sangri, and Mawa kachori for a taste that would refuse to leave your taste buds while you’re in Ranthambore!

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Bharatpur is a city in the western Indian state of Rajasthan that comprises around 65 wards. It is 180 Km away from New Delhi, the capital of India and 178 Km from Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. It is a part of India’s National Capital Region and was the erstwhile capital of the princely state of Bharatpur.

Whether you are a history buff or a nature lover, you will certainly enjoy everything that Bharatpur has to offer. The city has a peaceful atmosphere and is surrounded by natural splendour all around. The amazing landscapes around Bharatpur are truly awe-inspiring.

The main attraction of Bharatpur is of course the bird sanctuary that is home to more than 230 different species of birds. Then there is the magnificent Lohagarh fort, built in the 18th century and located right in the heart of the city. For spiritual travellers, there are places like the Chawad Devi Temple, Laxman Mandir, and Bankey Bihari Temple. Bharatpur Palace and museum holds several attractions for history enthusiasts.

Having so many man-made and natural attractions, there is never a shortage of things to do in this city. Here you can take part in adventure activities like rappelling, zip-lining, rifle shooting, archery, pipe walking, horizontal ladder, plane walking, Burma bridge, heebie jeebie, and quake walking. There are instructors present at these activity sites who can guide you along the way.

Bharatpur is characterised by a local steppe climate with very little rainfall throughout the year. The average temperature lies around 25.7 degrees Celsius. The average rainfall in a year is around 664 mm. Winters are a bit chilly with the temperature often going below 10 degrees Celsius. In the summer, it can get quite hot, with maximum temperatures exceeding 40 degrees Celsius.

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Sariska Wildlife Santuary
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Alwar. Spread over an area of more than 800 square kilometres, this sanctuary offers a safe haven to the majestic Royal Bengal tigers of Alwar. The sanctuary is made up of grasslands, dry deciduous forests, cliffs and rocky terrains. A host of birds and animals inhabit the sanctuary including Wild Dog, Jungle Cat, Chitel, Nilgai, Chausingha, Sambar, Chinkara, Four-Horned Antelope, Hanuman Langur, and Rhesus Monkeys.

The sanctuary also houses the rare Indian Eagle-Owl. But the sanctuary is not just famous for its flora and fauna. A number of historical temples can be found inside the sanctuary, that add further mystery and majesty to the place. Trekking through the wildlife sanctuary is a great experience. 

Timings:6:00 am - 3:00 pm
Indians: INR 60, 
Foreign Nationals: INR 450,
Vehicles: INR 250
Location: Subhash Chowk Station road malakhera, Alwar, Rajasthan 301406
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Delhi, the capital of India is one of the perfect cities to enjoy the best of Indian culture. It is a city filled with must see landmarks, attractions and numerous other best places to visit in Delhi. It is a clean, neat and tidy city with wide roads.

However, the beauty of the city often gets hidden behind the awful traffic jams and exhausting climate, especially during the summer season. But despite all these factors, the city welcomes the travellers with some scenic views and deep history. There are many cultural attractions that depict Indian traditions and customs.

Since the city was designed by Britishers, you see the entire city as a symbol of British power. Having said that, this same reason also led to the establishment of various cultures and splendid architecture that can be witnessed in the city today. Delhi has extreme climates, so it is necessary to plan your trip according to your convenience.

You should try and avoid visiting this city during the months of April and June as the uncomfortable heat rises up to 40°Centigrade. Similarly, December to January experiences an extreme cold climate with cold snaps dropping temperatures down to zero. You may plan your trip anytime between February and March or October and November to make the most of it.

The New Delhi part is one of the liveliest areas of Delhi. Here, you can find the best city life with many restaurants, cafes, nightlife, and fancy attractions. Whereas, on the other hand, Old Delhi depicts a rather cluttered old style of living with small raw style houses, many bazaars and everything historic.

To take a better understanding of various parts of Delhi, you can browse through the best places to visit in Delhi, that are customized keeping in mind every need and choice. Explore Delhi at its best with us with our adventure, sightseeing, trekking, and many more tours.

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Agra is a major tourist destination in North India because of its many Mughal-era buildings, most notably the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri, all three of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The tourist places in Agra speaks volume about the rich culture and heritage of Agra.

The city is known for its historic sites, architecture, and ambiance of being in the Mughal era. Agra is also included in the Golden Triangle circle with Delhi and Jaipur and hence people travelling to the north, usually visit these three cities together.

The city is not only important to the Mughal dynasty but also has its mentions in the Mahabharata, which makes it a strategic location for both Hindus and Muslims in India and in the Indo Aryan Plains. Agra is, thus, full of legacies, history, period horizons and more.

Among the top tourist places in Agra is Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Taj Mahal is showpiece architecture of fine Mughal craftsmanship. It was built under the aegis of Shah Jahan as a memorial for his beloved wife Arjumand Bano Begum. Her body is enshrined in the tomb at the Taj Mahal.

The designs of this structure incorporate Persian and Mughal architecture. The highlight of the structure is the tomb which is a large structure made completely of marble. Another is Agra Fort, also called the Red Fort, this structure dates back to the 16th century.

It is situated near the gardens of the Taj Mahal. Made of red sandstone, Agra Fort has walls that surround for at least two kilometers and more. Inside are many splendid palaces such as Jahangir Palace and Khas Palace. It is over here that you will find the grand hall of audiences called Diwan-i-Khas. Also on the location are a couple of magnificent mosques.

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Kota city which was previously known as Kotah is located in the southeast of North Indian State, Rajasthan. The city is located at a distance of 240 km from the state capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur. With a total population of about 1.2 million, the city of Kota is the third populous city of Rajasthan after Jaipur and Jodhpur.

Despite the fact that it is one of the best places in the country for competitive examination preparation, it is also home to some of the beautiful forts, palaces, and heritage sites that speak about the royalty of the bygone times. Adding these tourist places to your bucket list, you will surely get a chance to learn more about the indian history as well as peep into the antiques of the bygone times.

Kota is not only home to beautiful man made structures, but it is also known for its alluring natural beauty. There are a number of places like the Kishor Lake, Kota Barrages, and chambal garden where you can truly treat your senses. The city speaks about the beauty of Rajasthan through its ancient heritage, modern attractions, historic monuments, beautiful scenic views across the river Chambal.

In the course of your visit to Kota, you must make sure that you have enough time to marvel at places like Kota Barrage to admire the surrounding lush greenery, Kishore Sagar Lake to watch the reflection of lights, seven wonders park to watch all the wonders of the world at a single palace, Jag Mandir Palace to explore the queen of Kota, Garadia Mahadev Temple to gape at the amazing views, chambal garden to watch the giant trees kissing the sky.

Apart from all these places, you can also visit Umed Bhavan palace to get a royal feel, Maharao Madho Singh Museum for an offbeat experience, Ganesh Udyam to admire the natural beauty, chambal handing bridge to capture beautiful snaps, Godavari Dham Temple to attend the special Aarti, and city Palace to know more about the blend of Mughal and Rajasthani art.

The climate of Kota remains hot and dry all through the year. The summers are characterised by a dry season and it becomes a bit difficult for outdoor activities, monsoons are known for their downpours and winters are bit cool with the temperature range remaining in the range of 12 to 27 degree celsius. The climatic condition of Kota can be considered to be a semi arid kind of climate. The best time to come over to the city of Kota would be from the month of October to the month of March.

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Ajmer is a place well known for having majestic beauty. One often wants to know that what all are the tourist places in Ajmer. The place has an offering to people in which they can explore the whole of Ajmer. Pushkar is one such option. It has desert camps and natural boundaries which makes it look astonished. 

Tourists come here especially to have an experience of Aravali Hills. Ajmer Sharif Dargah, Sufi shrine of Moinuddin Chistietc will take you to the ambiance of rituals and tradition. The commoners or localities are very down to earth. Even today the traditional customs are followed here. All this makes the person feel peaceful. 

The wooden work, the furnishing, and the architecture work are so amazing that the person could not stop himself to be attached to this place. A day trip to the place gives a soothing experience. Pushkar is just 15 km from Ajmer. The Pushkar Lake and Jagatpita Brahma Temple etc. are some of the best tourist places in Ajmer. 

The whole day can be spent travelling in this place. But the memory one makes is what makes it up for fatigues. Once you are done with all the layouts and night outs, one can do all the popular activities in Ajmer.The common things to do in Ajmer comprise camel safari, trekking, camping and many more adventurous things. 

Camel Safari is a beautiful ride to be done in the desert. Pushkar is a beautiful place to be visited to experience the rustic lifestyle. Camel safari is known to offer the trip to sandy place and thus it is must to do the thing in Ajmer. The ships of desert compensate for every flaw Ajmer has. 

The things to do in Ajmer consist ofa visit to a lot of places like Lake View Stay at Pushkar Palace, Bijay Niwas Palace in Ajmer etc. Well ventilated, airy, furnished rooms etc are the features of rooms in Ajmer. Some of them have traditional paintings as well to connect the families. 

There are rooms matching with the needs of people as well. It consists of families, friends, new weds and even live in partners. All this makes the place a must visit a place. New Delhi, Jodhpur, Gurgaon, Udaipur etc. are the nearby gateways from Ajmer. 

Once planned a trip to Ajmer, one can also go to these places as well. Pilgrimage, spa, rejuvenation, rituals etc are some of the things to be done in Ajmer. Have a great experience in Ajmer.

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One of the stellar places near Jaipur within 300 km is Karauli that was founded in the 13th century and is home to Krishna’s incarnation. The city is dotted with a number of Krishna temples and is famed for its Kaila Devi temple where the devotees flock at the time of Navratri celebrations.

The town also boasts a ruined fort named Timangarh that showcases the old world charm. Something that one must not dare to miss when visiting Karauli is the red-sandstone quarries that are using for creating lac bangles.
Distance from Jaipur: Approximately 160km away.

Best time to visit: March to April


Drawing the artists and history enthusiasts, Shekhawati is one of the most whimsical places to visit near Jaipur within 300 km.  This segment is a part of the less explored ones and is a delight for art lovers as the residences are adorned with beautiful decor and painted courtyards.

The entire countryside is accentanued with artworks, paintings, murals, more such artistic wonders. In this town you can tour the Nawalgarh Fort, courtyards, and various other heritage sites of the region. Be it a fort or a house, everything here is painted in vibrant colors and these structures don’t fail to amuse the visitors eyes. Apart from this, you can tour the Havelis of Marwari era and take a deep insight into the historic side of the town.

Distance from Jaipur: Approximately 115 km away.

Best time to visit: September to February


Marking its prominence is historic tourist spots, Mandawa is known for its mighty Mandawa Fort. It is called the Open Art Gallery as the town is paved with elegant archways and intriguing Havelis. This classic destination is located in the heart of Shekhawati district and welcomes the history buffs with its old-world charm.

The aura of the region is culturally rich and here you can spot artworks of the local artists and the exceptional architecture of temples and forts. There is an open art gallery where the artists showcase their work like paintings, crafts, and several others. Whether you are a history buff or an art lover, this is the right place for you to visit.  

Distance from Jaipur:
Approximately 168 km away.

Best time to visit:
October to March
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Escape the hustle of city life and traverse the serenity of Deeg that is believed to be the starting point of Lord Krishna’s Govardhan parikrama. The quaint town is unexploited by urbanization and showcases the relics of the bygone era. Previously, it was the capital of Bharatpur in the era of Maharaja Suraj Mal.

Later after the Panipat battle, Deeg was ruled by the Mughals and later by Britishers. This land is marked with a prominent Krishna temple and is one of the holy places to visit near Jaipur.

Distance from Jaipur: Approximately 198 km away.

Best time to visit: September to December
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Witness the heritage feels of Bundi that is known as the land of great Hada Rajputs. Earlier it was called “Bunda-Ka-Nal” which means the narrow ways and is believed to derive its name from the Meena tribe. The quaint district is dotted with a number of temples, chhatris, and is one of the historic places near Jaipur within 300 km.

On this historic site, you can tour the battlegrounds, magnificent forts, baolis that are steep wells, and numerous other enchanted waterfalls. The scenic boundaries of Bundi are embraced with the lush green lands and are adorned with sparkling rivers that add up to its charm.

Distance from Jaipur: Approximately 218 km away.

Best time to visit: October to April
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The financial and technological hub of India, Gurgaon is a place situated in Northern India near the capital city of India. Amongst the tourist places in Gurgaon, Kingdom of dreams is a must go place in Gurgaon which is the first live entertaining place of the country. It has museums, shopping malls and many places for sightseeing. It also has bird sanctuaries named Sultanpur National park which is a place to stay for many migrating birds. Nautanki Mahal and Epicentre are very traditional and entertaining events which take place in
the city.


It has routes in Bollywood also as famous Bollywood actor Rajkummar Rao was born in Gurugram which is situated near Gurgaon. The people of Gurgaon, belong to Hinduism and this the Hindu religion is strongly followed in Gurgaon. But it has not confined itself only
to Hinduism; it has Islam, Buddhism, Jainism, Christianity etc.


In order to dedicate respect to Guru Dronacharya, a famous temple has also been constructed and taken care of in Gurgaon. This place is called Sheetla Mata Mandir which is very famous and tops the list of religious tourist places in Gurgaon. Tau Devi Lal stadium and Nehru stadiums have been constructed to promote cricket, football, basketball, athletics and also football. It has so much interest in sports and games and that's why is also titled as “The heart of India’s golfing country.” Before planning a trip to Gurgaon, some of the pre-trip preparation should be done which is as follows:

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The sacred city of Mathura is a peaceful sojourn situated along the banks of the Yamuna River. Once upon a time, this city of Mathura was slated to be an economic hub of ancient Indian territory. Today, it is popularly adjudged as one of the seven most pious places for all the Indian Hindus.

What makes it more popular amongst the Hindus is the fact that it is the place where Lord Krishna was born. The unparalleled and exquisite beauty of this ancient city of India reverberates in and out of the religious realms of Little Krishna who grew here in vast chaos.

Every nook and corner of this city refills the heart of the visitors with undeterred affection and devotion. The spectacular sculptures and artworks of the religious places here overwhelm every single soul that knocks its doors.

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28 August 2019
Been there for a day outing, took sightseeing package from Thrillophilia paying 1500 for 2 people, We got a polite driver named Mukesh through Thrillophilia. Overall happy with the service
15 January 2020
This is my first experiment with Thrillophillia.. Totally loved it, the driver was so polite. We had covered couple of places the previous day, they have considered the same and suggested couple of other places instead of that in the same package. They provided a complimentary guide, personally we didnt like him ignoring him the overall experience is awesome Definitely will book more packages from thrillophillia.
27 August 2019
Booked sightseeing package for 1500 bucks for 2. The trip was amazing , the driver was so polite and he also has guided us about the few places. The service of Thrillophilia is amazing, highly recommend this package to everyone.
" Loved the overall tour for all 6 days covering jaipur jodhpur and jaisalmer. worth ur money for sure. thanks thrillophilia for this awesome package except the hotel in jaipur. \nDriver manish was very good and polite and safe driving for all 6 days. on time pickup and drop overall. Thanks for it. "
28 December 2015
The most enthralling experience of my life. Never thought of doing it in India. but this trip made my dream come true. Would definitely recommend everyone.
16 November 2019
Highly recommended palace for cultural experiences with the beautiful rooms and many in-house activities at the resort.
15 February 2020
Heritage stay around the Aravali hills is the best option to take a weekend off and relax. Samode palace has offered us a royalty stay. We have enjoyed the mornings in the pool and evenings at the BBQs. Thank you Thrillophilia for this amazing stay with discounted offers.
04 November 2019
The location of the resort is very good, was easily accesible. had a good experience. Highly recommended for a royal stay!
17 January 2020
The ambiance and hygiene was taken good care of. They take proper care of cleanliness. It is a huge property with a lot of activities to try on and know about Rajasthani's culture. The staff was very supportive and friendly. We were 7 families and there were 2 infants. The staff has provided us whatever we needed for the kids. We enjoyed our trip a lot. Thank you Thrillophilia for making instant bookings and confirmations.
19 December 2019
We loved the property it was so huge. The rooms were clean and nice. Me and my partner had a lot of romantic time at the resort. Perfecy 2 day experience at this rich heritage resort. Thank you Thrillophilia for effortless booking and amazing deal!

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  1. Which are the famous places near Jaipur within 300 Km with family?

    1. Pushkar: Known for its glittering lakes, ornate temples and stunning ghats, the little city of Pushkar is one of the top places to visit near Jaipur. The city is also known to host the state’s biggest Camel Fair, held annually in winter.

    2. Ajmer: Embraced by the Aravali, the city of Ajmer is one of the most important religious destinations in India. The city is best known for the Ajmer Dargah Sharif and the Golden Jain Temple, attracting pilgrims throughout the year.

    3. Mathura: Sprawling along the river Yamuna, the holy city of Mathura is known for its host of ghats and temples.

    4. Agra: One of the most popular tourist destinations in all of India, the city of Agra prides in its share of Mughal tombs, monuments and of course, the world-renowned wonder of the Taj Mahal.

    5. Delhi: A detour to the bustling capital city of Delhi is undeniably one of the most popular things to do while in Jaipur. One of the biggest cultural hotspots of the country, Delhi is best known for its historical landmarks and Mughal monuments.
  2. Which are the romantic places near Jaipur within 300 Km?

    1. Agra: What better way to spend a weekend with a loved one than to explore the world’s biggest icon of love? Agra’s magnificent Taj Mahal, with its lush open gardens, invites holidaying couples to witness its ethereal beauty.

    2. Pushkar: Boasting of stunning views to the sea, the unique beauty of Pushkar begs a visit. Apart from serving as a prominent religious destination, the quiet charm of the city makes it a popular romantic destination among holidaying couples.

    3. Ranthambore: Peppered with verdant green forests, glittering lakes and charming old ruins, Ranthambore offers a fantastic romantic refuge in the very heart of nature.

    4. Alwar: Home to some of Rajasthan’s most beautiful monuments, the stunning little city of Alwar begs a visit. Apart from the fantastic sightseeing opportunities available here, a number of festivals are also held in Alwar throughout the year.

    5. Nahargarh Fort: Standing at the very edge of the Aravallis, the rambling Nahargarh Fort is among the best attractions near Jaipur. Known to command some of the best views of the sunset, this historic hill fort is often flocked by young couples during the early evening hours.
  3. Which are the best tourist places near Jaipur within 300 km to visit in Winters?

    1. Ranthambore National Park: Widely known for its Tiger Reserve, Ranthambore is one of the most popular tourist places near Jaipur. Sightseeing tours, safaris and wildlife spotting are some of the popular activities done here.

    2. Osian: An oasis on the vast Thar Desert, Osian is an ancient town well-known for its 8th century Brahmanical temples.

    3. Mount Abu: The only hill station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu transforms into a cultural hub during the winters, when the annual Winter Festival is held here. An interesting array of traditional dance performances, concerts and other cultural presentations can be witnessed during the festival.

    4. Gurgaon: Popularly known as a technical hub, Gurgaon is home to some of the best modern attractions of Rajasthan, including the renowned Kingdom of Dreams and the Sultanpur National Park.
  4. Which are the historical places near Jaipur within 300 Km?

    1. Ajmer: Established in the 7th century by the King Prithviraj Chauhan, the holy city of Ajmer is one of the most popular pilgrimage spots for Muslim. Apart from the historical mosque of Dargah Sharif, the city is also known for its Mughal monuments, such as Akbar’s Palace, the Nareli Jain Temple and so on.

    2. Pushkar: Home to the historic Pushkar Lake, the little town of Pushkar is one of the most culturally vibrant places to visit in Rajasthan. The town is also known for the 14th century Jagatpita Brahma temple housed here, as well as the camel fairs that are frequently conducted in the region.

    3. Vrindavan: Believed to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna, Vrindavan is among the biggest pilgrimage sites in India. The historic city is best known for its host of temples, including the world famous ISKCON Temple.

    4. Fatehpur Sikri: Established in the 16th century, Fatehpur Sikri is one of the most historically poignant places to visit near Jaipur. The red sandstone city is home to some of the most brilliant architectural marvels, such as the Jama Masjid, and the marble tomb of Salim Chishti.
  5. Which city is nearest to Jaipur?

    There are numerous cities that are in the proximity of the capital city Jaipur. The most imminent one is Ajmer which is just 135 km apart and is kenned for its Dargah Sharif. In case you are going to Ajmer then you can also take a visit to Pushkar as it is only 20 km away and is known for its hippie culture.
  6. What is the best time to visit Jaipur?

    Speaking of the best time to visit Jaipur, that is from November to February as these are the winter months and are quite comforting. While in the summers the mercury meters shoot up and make sightseeing difficult. Apart from this, you can even visit in the monsoons that is from July to September, though these are not the best months but still the weather is quilt pleasant.
  7. How far is Pushkar from Jaipur?

    One of the best places to visit near Jaipur within 300 km is Pushkar that is just 149.2 km away and is known for its hippie cultures. Right from the streets brimming with the local crafts to the lip-smacking Isreali cafes, here you can find everything you’ll need for a perfect vacation.
  8. What is famous for shopping in Jaipur?

    Famed as the Pink City, Jaipur is a shopping capital with varieties of ethnic jewelry and clothes. If you are looking for a great traditional outfit then you can head to the Johari Bazaar or Bapur Bazaar but if you are seeking elegant gems and stones then you can head to the goldsmith markets.
  9. How can I visit Jaipur in 2 days?

    Planning a travel itinerary for two days? Here’s an excellent travel plan for you.

    Day 1:
    -City Palace
    -Hawa Mahal
    -Jantar Mantar
    -Albert Hall Museum
    -Birla Mandir

    Day 2:

    -Amer Fort
    -Jaigarh Fort
    -Nahargarh Fort
    -Jal Mahal
    -Bapu Bazaar
    -Johari Bazaar

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