Jaipur is a festive town. Even the birth of a child is celebrated with grandeur here. There are some festivals with their unique style of celebration in Jaipur, which makes them world famous. If visiting Jaipur is in your bucket, we suggest planning the time accordingly so that you can also experience the special celebrations of Jaipur in Rajput style.
One can spend days in the luxurious environment of Jaipur. During your stay, you can also visit nearby cities from Jaipur with a cab with Gozo Cabs. Following is the list of the mesmerizing places to visit from Jaipur.
There are 11 palaces in the city of Udaipur, Rajasthan. It is around 400 kilometers from Jaipur. Apart from palaces, Udaipur is home to many courtyards and gardens. The architecture in Udaipur is famous for its intricate peacock mosaics.
Jaisalmer was a trading center and princely state in Rajasthan during the 18th and 19th centuries. The Thar Desert encapsulates the city and because of the desert, Jaisalmer is also known as the Golden city. The main attraction in the city of Jaisalmer is the Jaisalmer Fort, the hilltop citadel, the Maharaja’s palace, and the Jain temples. It is about 600 kilometers far from Jaipur.
The city of Jodhpur has an iconic shade of Blue. i.e. most of the houses and structures are painted in blue. It is at a distance of about 350 kilometers from Jaipur. There are Forts and palaces worth visiting in Jodhpur.
Check out one of a kind Diwali Festival celebration at Jodhpur!
Pushkar is a holy pilgrimage site of the Hindus. It homes the only temple of Lord Brahma (the creator god) in India. It is an adorable site for adventurous activities like biking, hiking, hot air ballooning, etc. It is only about 150 kilometers from Jaipur.
Mount abu is a hill station in Rajasthan and very close to the state of Gujarat. It houses the ancient Dilwara Temple. It is also the headquarter of the Prajapita Brahma Kumari Trust. It is about 500 kilometers far from Jaipur.
The main attractions of the city of Bikaner is the Junagarh Fort and Shri Laxminath Temple. There is also the Karni Mata temples, where the rats are fed. It is about 350 kilometers from Jaipur.
The city of Ajmer homes the Ajmer Sharif Dargah, a holy Muslim saint. There are museums and monuments from the Emperor Akbar’s time in Ajmer. It is only about 135 kilometers from Jaipur. People from over the country visit the Dargah to fulfill their wishes.
Shekhawati houses mesmerizing palaces and Havelis and open-air galleries. This place has been conferred the title of the open-air art gallery of Rajasthan consisting of the highest number of wall paintings/frescos in the entire globe. Shekhawati is worth including in your list if you have a knack for history and architecture and are an art lover.
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary
Sariska wildlife sanctuary, currently known as the Sariska Tiger reserve is located in the Aravali hills stretched over an area of 800 square kilometers. The reserve that houses the splendid Royal Bengal tigers was considered a national park in the year 1982.
YOU CAN BOOK TAXI WITH GOZO CABS FROM NEARBY CITIES TO REACH AND VISIT JAIPUR :
- Agra to Jaipur cab with Gozocabs
- Noida to Jaipur cab with Gozocabs
- Kota to Jaipur cab with Gozocabs
- Delhi to Jaipur cab with Gozocabs
More information about Jaipur-
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In Jaipur, you can do several things that can make you feel like you are living in a past era. Following are the must to experience in Jaipur- Continue reading “Things to do in Jaipur”
Jaipur is a land of palaces. It is the capital city of the Rajasthan state of India and has been the administrative town since ages. There are luxury and romance in the environment. On your trip to Jaipur, we suggest not to miss the following places- Continue reading “Places to visit in Jaipur”