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Jaipur Day Trip From Delhi

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USD 75.00
2 travellers
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    Stop At: Delhi Agra Tours, New Delhi India

    Private Tour

    Visit Amer fort , Hawa Mahal, water Mahal, City Palace and much more

    Private Air conditioned Vehicle

    Private English Speaking Guide

    5am pickup from your hotel . Drive 4 hours to the Pink City of Jaipur to begin your adventure.Upon arrival in Jaipur, make your first visit to the Amber Fort, People who come to Jaipur generally visit Amer Fort. This beautiful structure and architectural was built by Raja Man Singh,

    Later it will be time to take a photo tour of Jal Mahal, affectionately known as "Water Palace". Break for lunch at a local restaurant, then visit City Palace an hour later. Built using a blend of Rajasthani and Mughal styles, the palace has carved arches and intricately crafted columns. Then, head to the Jantar Mantar Observatory, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, built to observe astronomical positions. you will be taken Hawa Mahal, the 5-storied pink building, the Palace of the Winds. After a memorable day, drive back to Delhi and drop-off at your hotel or the airport.

    Duration: 14 hours
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    • Delhi Agra Tours
    • Duration: 14h
    • Mobile Ticket Accepted
    • Instant confirmation
    • Hotel Pickup
    • Languages Offered: English
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