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Jaipur Day Trips | Cultural Travel

Jaipur – The Pink City

Rajasthan’s largest city, and its capital Jaipur, is a study in pink thanks to all buildings being either constructed of pink stone or painted pink. The city came into existence in the 18th century, and went truly pink in 1876, during Queen Victoria’s visit to India. The then Maharaja of Jaipur painted the entire city pink in color to welcome the guests, since pink symbolized hospitality. Well over a 100 years later, the tradition continues – in fact, by law now, all buildings in Jaipur must be painted pink! Jaipur is also notably India’s first planned city, divided into six sectors with broad streets. Jaipur epitomizes the color and splendor of the desert state of Rajasthan, and is home to spectacular forts, palaces, markets and distinctive fabrics, works of art and jewellery.

Our Jaipur Day Trips provide plenty of options for travellers to experience the unique appeal of this erstwhile princely city. Options range from car to bus and foot explorations. We are happy to customize these trips based on your interests, group size and the time you have to spend.


Jaipur Day Trips


Highlights of Jaipur

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Spend a day exploring the many highlights of the Pink City. From an elephant ride to the historic Amer Fort to a visit to the majestic Hawa Mahal and the city's many priceless artisans, this day trip is an intense ride through Jaipur's many treasures.

Flavours of Rajasthan

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Join our food guide as we walk through a local market to learn about the nuances of Rajasthani cooking, before you head to your local host’s home for the meal. For those who want to experience Jaipur’s street food, guide will explain the delicacies & you can taste whatever takes your fancy.

The Old Walled City of Jaipur Beckons

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The old walled city of Jaipur is a labyrinth of historic landmarks, street shops ranging from chai to traditional arts & crafts and much more. Against this eventful backdrop, join us for a stroll as we connect the past with the present in this historic city.