Duration : 3 Nights / 4 Days
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After your arrival in Delhi, Meet our representative will help you with the onward transfer to Jaipur. Delhi is a metropolitan city situated on the banks of River Yamuna. The capital of India was transferred to Delhi from Kolkata during the Mughal reign. A unique blend of modernity and traditional India can be seen at this place. Historical structures representing Mughal and Rajput styles of architecture are popular attractions of the city. On the other hand, it is identified with glittering shopping malls and the speedy Metro train. Jaipur, also called the Pink City of India, was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. He was the ruler of the kingdom of Amber, which later became Jaipur. Every iota of this city, from the royal palaces converted into fancy resorts to majestic forts, represents the golden era of royalty. Complete check-in formalities after reaching the hotel in Jaipur and enjoy a comfortable overnight stay.
Early in the morning, get ready to visit the major attractions of the city. The City Palace located in the heart of Jaipur is one of the most prominent attractions of this place. Its construction was initiated by Maharaja Sawai Singh II, and it became the house of the throne of many subsequent rulers. Many compartments of the magnificent structure have been converted into museums in reminiscence of the bygone era. The Chandra and Mubarak Mahals here are significant buildings, which can be explored during the visit. Comprising vibrant colours and designs, different parts of this structure represent Mughal, European and Rajput styles of architectures. You can also visit Hawa Mahal - located on the edge of the City Palace. This five-storey building has more than nine hundred jharokhas. A visit to Jantar Mantar - an observatory - can also be planned. This beautiful structure built using marbles and stones has been declared as a National Monument. You can learn a lot about celestial bodies at this place. There are 14 fixed devices that predict eclipses, measure time and track stars. Afterwards, you can see the Amber Fort, which was built by Man Singh I. It is a UNESCO-listed site, and its extensive gardens and grand chambers with lavish decoration are major attractions. Later in the evening, return to the hotel and sleep the night away.
Early in the morning, check-out from the hotel, and proceed towards Ranthambore - the wildlife haven. Before it was declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 1955, Ranthambore used to be the hunting ground of the Maharajas of Jaipur. Later in the year 1970, hunting was banned by the government. A few years later, it was given the status of a national park. You can see Bengal Tigers at this place in their most natural habitat. Rare species of flora and fauna can be seen at this place, including striped hyenas, Indian flying fox, hedgehogs, black bucks, marsh crocodiles and rat snakes. In addition to this, you can also explore the Ran fort, which lies in the middle of this park. After this excursion, return to the hotel in the evening for a comfortable overnight stay.
Early in the morning, check-out from the hotel and head towards Delhi for departure.