Rajasthan is a very famous state amongst the people across the globe. Many people add this royal state to their wish-list. It is one of the most visited cities of Rajasthan and both national and international tourists love exploring this pink city all around the year.
If you are planning to visit Jaipur which is also Rajasthan’s capital, then here are some activities which you can try here.
Elephant Ride at Amer Fort:
Elephant ride is the most beautiful experience of this city. When you reach the Amer fort, you will have a choice to ascend the fort on the elephant’s back or in a Jeep. Many travellers like to do this elephant ride as it gives a unique experience to them. These elephants are decorated with astonished painted patterns. The time duration of reaching the elephant to the main entrance is around 20 to 30 minutes and it costs around INR 1000 ($14).
Enjoy Camel Ride:
You can explore the pink city while riding a camel. You can hire a camel and can enjoy a short tour of this city. The ride will end at the Jal Mahal or at the lakefront.
Enjoy the sunset at Jal mahal:
Jal Mahal is a palace which is situated in the center of the Man Sagar Lake. This palace is also famous for its beautiful architecture. This palace was constructed with Rajput and Mughal craftsmanship. It will leave you speechless during sunrise and sunset as it is a mesmerizing experience that one can experience in this city.
Visit to Jantar Mantar:
Jantar Mantar was another tourist attraction in Jaipur. This place was constructed in 1734 by Rajput King Sawai Jai Singh II. Here a person is enabled to observe astronomical positions without even using a telescope. To explore more things related to this place, you can hire a local guide also.
Shopping in the local Market:
Jaipur is not only famous for the temples, forts, and palaces but is also famous for its local market. Shopping in the local market of Jaipur is an amazing experience in itself. Jaipur is famous for Carpets, clothes, Sandals, textiles, and handicrafts. You can buy all these things in the local market of Jaipur.