Delhi to Jaipur is around 5 to 6 hours drive (depending upon the traffic) Rajasthan buses are also available from Dhaula Kuan sitting or sleeper.

Delhi to Jaipur is around 5 to 6 hours drive (depending upon the traffic) Rajasthan buses are also available from Dhaula Kuan sitting or sleeper (bus will take around 6 to 7 hours). I reached Jaipur in the afternoon and checked into my hotel (Clarks). The hotel was nice and very near to the airport but yes a little far from the bus stop (Sindhi Camp) the other bus stop I.e. Narayan Singh circle is close to the airport.  I decided to have my lunch in the hotel and explore the nearby area.

Jaipur has that warmth which makes you feel very comfortable and since I was away from Delhi so the clarity in the air was letting me breathe normally. From there I went to WTP mall, mall is quiet big, the food court is amazing, the ambience makes you feel as if you are somewhere in abroad. It has been awarded as Mall of the year as well. Its food court is a must watch and if you still have space in your tummy after the lunch one can snack in as lot of food joints are there.

In the evening I decided to go for a walk at Jawahar Circle, it’s huge and one can also take a bicycle on rent. I decided to explore more while walking towards the airport and felt a great sense of belongings.

I went back to bed early as had a thrilling day ahead….

Day 2

I started my day early and wanted to cover the most astonishing forts of Jaipur – Nahargarh Fort, Amer Fort and City Palace, they are worth the watch (I will give u a tip always carry an extra clothe so that your photographs can have a variety).

City Palace is situated in the center of Jaipur and connected very well by various means of transport. It has many courtyards and buildings inside. The palace is a witness to the rich culture and heritage of the city Jaipur.

Nahargarh Fort is situated 6 Km outside Jaipur, the best way to reach there is by hiring a cab for the whole day and travel to all the places in Jaipur. It will roughly cost you around Rs.2000. The fort is built on Aravilli Hills; the entire Jaipur is visible from its boundaries. It looks very phenomenal and breathe taking. The Sheesh Mahal inside the fort was magnificent and the entire Mahal is made from hand cut glass. The view was surreal. One can even hike to Nahargarh Fort for that check the people who take care of such trips.


Amer Fort is 11 km from Jaipur. It is one of the best tourist attractions. One can take an elephant to reach the main gates of the Amer. The light show takes place every evening. There is a chamber which includes thousand of mirrors which can be lit by just a single candle; it is one of the highlight of the fort.


I feel one should take a guide if travelling for the first time to know the history about the place (I avoid bargaining if I feel, he is not looting me and just asking a little extra). The shop in the forts are extremely expensive one can go to Bapu Bazaar, if they want to buy traditional Jaipur stuff like Jewellery, Dupattas, Bed Sheets, Jaipuri Jutti, Jaipuri Rajai etc (I was falling short of time so couldn’t go there but will definitely go next time; it’s a hub of all foreigners). The view was surreal.

Must carry
1. Sunscreen
2. Water
3. Camera
4. Sunglasses
5. Hat
6. Wear shoes not heels something comfy
7. Fruits or anything which gives instant energy

In the evening I packed my bag again as I had an international flight to take from Jaipur Airport. It was a great idea because I could club my international trip with a trip within India.

Stay Happy

Stay Blessed



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