2 Days Jaipur Itinerary - Detailed Guide To Places To Visit In Jaipur 1

13th Mar 20
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Harshal, Indian Travel Blogger

Welcome to the Land of Royals! The Pink City of Jaipur is one of the best tourist attractions in India. This bustling place holds within itself a wide array of breathtaking monuments, traditions, cultural practices and a lot of mouth-watering delicacies.

Whether you admire the fortifications of Amer Fort (Amber Fort) or look across the Mansagar lake towards Jal Mahal, a Jaipur tour is soul-shattering to the core. Meet the monkeys of the Galtaji Monkey Temple or get to know more about the water system of Nahargarh Fort. Jaipur City is the perfect place for mindboggling sightseeing tours.

Fall in love with the Jharokhas of Hawa Mahal also known as the Palace of Winds or the fancy interiors of City Palace. The architectures of Jaigarh Fort and Albert Hall Museum will surely give your trip the regal touch. Reach for the stars at the Jantar Mantar observatory and alleviate your Jaipur tour experience.

If you are on your first trip to Jaipur, it will get overwhelming at first with so many countless places to visit. But just a one day trip to the Pink City won't do the trick. You have to stay in Jaipur for a minimum of 2 days to take in its magnificent landscape.

Hence, we bring to you a perfectly curated 2 Days Itinerary Of Jaipur that can be best experienced with a private local guide of Jaipur. Let's know about it more in detail:

Day 1: Explore Amber Palace, Hawa Mahal and much more

On the first day of your trip to Jaipur, we will try to cover the most prominent and popular tourist attractions across the city.

We keep in mind that you are either on a weekend getaway or a short 2 day trip to Jaipur and visit all the sites in the given time. It is highly recommended that you hire a private Jaipur tour guide for optimal experience within less time.

Amber Palace (Amer Fort/ Amber Fort)

Amer Fort Amber Palace Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • As you arrive in Jaipur, the first place you visit is Amber Palace. As you reach it ornated gates, you will realize that you are about to enter another world altogether. And the Amer Fort would truly make this fantasy come true.

Amer Fort Gate of Amber Palace Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • Built by Maharaja Man Singh, an Elephant ride to the top is the right way to enter the palace. If you do not wish to ride upon another living being, you could always hire a jeep to enter the fort. An elegant structure of red sandstone and marble, the palace houses four large courtyards within it. Each courtyard is on a different level.

  • These courtyards support the interiors of the fort that are home to Diwan-e-Aam (Hall of Public Audience), the Diwan-e-Khas (Hall of the Private Audience), the Sheesh Mahal (mirror palace), and the Sukh Niwas. Admire the ornate carvings, mirror-studded walls and elaborate pillars of these places.

Amer Fort Interiors 2 Day Itinerary Jaipur

  • You will feel a royal as you walk along with its glittering gates. Reach the Maota lake and visit the saffron garden known as Kesar Kyari. Heavily embossed doors, intricately carved marble and ivory frescos, as well as the towering ramparts, bring its surreal engineering to full circle. Don’t forget to return in the evening to watch the iconic sound and light show.

Best Time To Visit - During the Winter season from November to March

Visit Timings - 8 am to 5.30 pm (Daily)

Entry Cost - INR 100 for Indians and INR 500 for foreign tourists. INR 295 for the sound and light show.

How to reach - It is about 20 minutes north of the city center of Jaipur. You can board local private buses to the fort or the public buses of Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation. You don’t need to worry if you have hired a private cab service or guide.

To know more about the intriguing Water system of Amber Fort, click here - Amber Palace Heritage Water Walk

Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal Palace of Winds Jaipur 2 Days Itinerary

  • As you move forward, come across the incredible Hawa Mahal. Also known as the Palace of Winds, notice that it resembles the shape of a crown. Built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, it was especially for the queens and women belonging to the royal family.

  • Admire its spectacular blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture made of red sandstone. Its wild assortment of Jharokhas looks exactly like a honeycomb. You wouldn’t fail to notice its multi-colored lattice windows.

  • Enter the palace from the side and scale its level with the help of a ramp. Notice that the temperatures inside are relatively lower than that of the outside. Thanks to the ancient engineering of earlier times, the passages and corridors are built using the Venturi effect that pushes hot air outside.

  • There are in total 953 Jharokhas so its easy to enjoy breathtaking views of the surroundings. It served the same purpose for the royal queens earlier.

Best Time To Visit - During the Winter season from November to

Visit Timings - 9.30 am to 5 pm (Daily)

Entry Cost - INR 50 for Indians and INR 200 for foreign tourists.

How to reach - Hawa Mahal is located near the Jaipur Railway Station. You could reach the Hawa Mahal by local private and public state-owned buses from Jaipur Bus Stand. It will drop you at Hawa Mahal Bus Stand at Badi Chaupar.

Check out Hawa Mahal and much more right here - Jaipur Full Day City Tour

Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • A little bit further the Hawa Mahal stands the site that hosts the World’s Largest Sundial. Jantar Mantar is one of the most popular places in Jaipur. As you enter this place, you will find a set of 19 instruments that serve various purposes for celestial measurements.

  • Come across the largest of them all, Vrihat Samrat Yantra that was used to calculate the time of the day in earlier times. The accuracy of all of these instruments is appropriate to date. Such is its scientific and cultural legacy, that is was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Best Time To Visit - During the Winter season from November to March

Visit Timings - 9 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.

Entry Cost - INR 50 for Indians and INR 200 for foreign tourists.

How to reach - Jantar Mantar is located near the Hawa Mahal. You could reach by using local private and public state-owned buses from Jaipur Bus Stand. The nearest airport is Jaipur International Airport.

Jal Mahal

Jal Mahal Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • Further, on your journey, your tour guide will take you to the iconic Jal Mahal. Standing in the middle of the artificially created Man Sagar Lake, it is quite astonishing that the palace is not floating on an island.

  • You would be looking at is only the first level of the palace. The rest of the 4 stories are underwater. A true engineering marvel, what’s interesting to note that water does not seep inside the palace. Yet unfortunately, you won’t get to witness it since entry is barred. So you just have to admire this beautiful sanitarium from a viewing point at a distance.

Best Time To Visit - From November to March

Visit Timings - 9 A.M. to 5.00 P.M.

Entry Cost - INR 10 for Indians and INR 50 for foreign tourists.

How to reach - Jal Mahal is on the way towards Amber Fort. It is located 4 km away from Amer. So you have to follow the same route that you used to reach Amer Fort.

Birla Temple

Birla Mandir Temple Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • One of the many Birla Temples located across the country, the Birla Mandir of Jaipur is quite popular among them all. Completely made of white marble, the temple will be your peaceful haven to stop by. Its Nagara-style architecture is bound to pacify you.

  • Though it is dedicated to Lakshmi Narayana, it also boasts idols of philosophers like Buddha, Confucius, Socrates, Zarathustra, and others. You can walk along with its broad interiors and find the writings and inscriptions of mythological stories, tales, and teachings of Hinduism.

  • The lush greenery surrounding the temple will alleviate your serene experience. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to admire the museum within its complex. This is place is worth your time and energy!

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - 8 am to 12 Noon. It is closed during the afternoon but reopens again from 4 pm till 8 pm.

Entry Cost - No entry fee.

How to reach - Birla Temple is located near the Moti Doongri Fort. You can hire a bus or a cab to reach from Hawa Mahal that covers around 4 km of distance. You can also take public transport after boarding a train since Jaipur Railway Station is the nearest railway station to reach Birla Temple.

Street food of Jaipur Tour

Lassiwala 2 Day Jaipur Itinerary

  • Your first day in Jaipur is coming to an end. Assuming that you are only spending a day in Jaipur, why not conclude it on a scrumptious note. The street food of Jaipur is full of vibrant dishes that will turn out to be a mouthwatering experience for you.

  • From Mawa Kachori at Rawat Mishti Bhandar to the popular tea at Gulab Ji Chaiwala. Visit the most popular street food joints and savor the magnificent taste. A brimming glass of frothy lassi at Original Lassiwala or hot and spicy pakodas at Jagannath Sharma Pakodi Wale. Don’t choose but try them all!

  • After looking at so many monuments, you deserve this well needed food break. A Jaipur Street Food Tour does justice to your cravings.

You can book a Jaipur Food Tour right here - Jaipur Food Tour - Lipsmacking Street Food Of Jaipur

Day 2: City Palace, Nahargarh Fort, Galtaji Monkey Temple

So you are waiting for another day on Jaipur, great! Let’s continue to explore other prominent monuments across the city you missed on Day 1.

City Palace

City Palace Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • Do you want to see a palace where the descendants of Maharajas of Jaipur still reside to date? Then the City Palace is the right place to be. Built in 1727, the palace has acted as the main administrative center of the Maharaja. This idea is quite evident in its spectacular architecture.

  • You can enter the Palace either through the iconic Udai Pol or the Virendra Pol. There is another Tripolia gate that only permits entry to the members of the royal family. The Palace complex houses the Govind Ji Temple, Diwan-e-Aam (Sabha Nivas), Diwan-e-Khas (Sarvato Bhadra), Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, and a Clock Tower.

  • That’s not all. Check out the Sileh Khana, a royal arms gallery that showcases guns, swords, shields, helmets and many more arms used by the Maharajas in battle.

  • Visit the painting gallery where mesmerizing oil portraits and prints are displayed of the former Maharajas and nobles of the royal family. The place that will lastly put you in awe is the Transport gallery. It boasts buggies, palkis, miyana, raths, camel saddles.

Best Time To Visit - Between September to April

Visit Timings - 9:30 am to 5:00 pm (Day Visit) and 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm (Night Visit)

Entry Cost - Entry fees for City Palace varies in a number of ways.

As an Indian national, adults have to pay INR 300 for entry which includes Museum fees. A night visit at the Museum cost INR 500. Entry Cost for children is INR 200.

Foreign Tourists have to pay INR 700 for Day Visit and INR 1000 for Night Visit. Whereas the entry cost for children is INR 400 for Day Visit and INR 500 for Night Visit.

How to reach - City palace is located approximately 12 km from Jaipur Airport. It lies between the bazaars of Badi Chopar and Choti Chopar. From Jaipur Railway Station, you can easily take an auto, taxi or a cycle rickshaw to reach City Palace.

Want to book a short trip to the Golden Triangle, click here - A Short Trip To India - Delhi, Jaipur and Agra

Jaigarh Fort

Jaigarh Fort Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • Also known as the Victory Fort, Jaigarh Fort is a must-see monument on your Day 2 of Jaipur Tour. Tough and rugged looking walls of this fort are evident that it was built for strong defence. And more so it was primarily constructed to protect the Amer Fort and its palace complex.

  • So what is it that you should find interesting here? A perfect blend of Mughal and Rajput Architecture? Yes. Lush green gardens within its courtyards and artificially created lakes? Yes. But what truly deserves your utmost attention is the Jaivana Cannon.

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  • This 20-ft long cannon stands vailantly at the cannon foundry of Jaigarh Fort. The legend that it has a fire range as far as 40 km will blow your mind. It is believed to be the largest cannon in the world during early modern era. Stay awe-inspired with its magnificent design.

  • Located on the Aravalli hills, it gives splendid views of Amer Palace and its vicinities. You also visit temples within the fort complex which include Lalit Mandir, Kal Bhairav Temple, Vilas Mandir, Laxmi Vilas and Aram Mandir.s

Best Time To Visit - Between October to April.

Visit Timings - 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.

Entry Cost - INR 35 for Indian nationals and INR 85 for foreign tourists.

How to reach - The route to reach Jaigarh Fort is quite similar to that of Amer Fort. The nearest railway station is Jaipur Railway Station. You hire a cab or board a bus to reach Jaigarh Fort from there.

Nahargarh Fort

Nahargarh Fort Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • Located right next to Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort is a massive structure that was built in 1734. Even though both forts share the same location and are connected, their purposes largely differ.

  • Nahargarh Fort was used by the Maharajas as a place of retreat among the hills. It was a place to escape from the administrative center either casually or during hunting practices. What can you find here that will pique your interest in this place?

  • Well, Nahargarh is home to an elaborate water system that consists of artificial water inlets, canals, aqueducts, drains, reservoirs, step-wells and ponds. One glimpse of this ancient engineering marvel and you would be surprised at how effectively a rainwater harvest system was developed.

  • A Jaipur local tour guide would explain to you about this water system in detail. You will be astonished at the success of such an incredible solution to provide water to the region that suffered droughts frequently.

Best Time To Visit - Between October to April.

Visit Timings - 10:00 am to 5:30 pm.

Entry Cost - INR 50 for Indian nationals and INR 200 for foreign tourists. How to reach - The route to reach Nahargarh Fort is quite similar to that of Jaigarh. The nearest railway station is Jaipur Railway Station. You hire a cab or board a bus to reach Nahargarh Fort from there.

You can book a Nahargarh Water Walk Tour, right here - Nahargarh Heritage Waterwalk.

Panna Meena Ka Kund

Panna Meena Ka Kund Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • Stepwell is a common occurrence in Northern India especially Rajasthan. Just like Nahargarh Fort, there is another prominent stepwell near the Jaigarh Fort. Lying on the eastern side of Sagar Lake and north of Amer Fort is the iconic Panna Meena Ka Kund.

  • To you, it may look like an ordinary stepwell, it holds a significant spot in this list due to its fabled history. According to the local legend, this stepwell was built by the community of Meenas, the original inhabitants of the Amer region. They lived here before the Kachwaha Rajputs arrived.

  • Even though there is no historical proof to these fables, it is believed that this stepwell is the very place where the Meena chiefs were executed by the Rajputs to mark their annexation of the region. At present, this is a bustling place for local women to chat and children to swim and play in its natural water. You can even visit the Anokhi Museum nearby.

Best Time To Visit - Between November to March

Visit Timings - No time restrictions.

Entry Cost - No entry fee.

How to reach - Located 2.3 km away from Jaigarh Fort, you can hire a cab or board a public bus to reach Panna Meena Ka Kund. It is convenient to visit this place while you are at Amer Fort or Jaigarh Fort nearby.

Albert Hall Museum

Albert Hall Museum Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • At first glance, it won’t perceive as a museum to you. It very much resembles another royal palace in the Pink City. Well, given the fact that it is located near the bustling Johari Bazar, it is quite popular among tourists and locals alike. This is the Albert Hall Museum.

  • Built during the British Raj, it is named in the honor of King Edward and is a stellar museum that you must visit. Smaller in size as compared to other museums, it was initially built as a royal town hall. It was later converted into a splendid museum in 1886.

  • Still, it houses hundreds of royal heirlooms, relics, artifacts, and antiques from the past. What you have to look out for, is the legendary Egyptian Mummy. Due to the presence of the mummy, Albert Hall Museum became one of the few museums across the country to showcase it. Discover the past before the day ends.

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - Morning visit occurs from 9 am to 5 pm. The night visit is open from 7 pm to 10 pm.

Entry Cost - Entry fees for Indian tourists is INR 40 whereas Indian students are INR 20. For foreign tourists, the entry cost is INR 300 and INR 150 for foreign students. How to reach - Albert Hall Museum is located in the Ram Niwas Garden. The nearest railway station is Jaipur Railway Station. You can easily reach the Albert Hall Museum by using public transport such as a tuk-tuk, a cab or a bus.

Bazaars of Jaipur

Jaipur Market Jaipur 2 Days Itinerary

  • Now that your Day 2 of Jaipur Tour is about to end, why not let your guide take you to the glorious bazaars of Jaipur. This Jaipur Market Visit will give a momentous edge to your journey so far. Don’t miss out on this moment to take home some fragment of Jaipur to remember.

  • Among all the dozen bazaars and markets in Jaipur, Johari Bazaar is the most popular. This is the right place to be if you wish to buy traditional Rajasthani jewelry. Then there is Tripolia Bazaar which is quite famous for its wide variety of Bangles. If you are looking for finely made traditional handicrafts, do stop by the all-time favorite Chandpole Bazaar.

  • Wish to give your feet the royal feel? Nehru Bazaar offers multicolored handwoven Jhootis (footwear). They will alleviate your walking game. If you are tired at the end of the day and don’t wish to wander much, then just head to Bapu Bazaar right away. It is a one-shop-stop for all the Jaipuri items you wish to purchase. This marks the end of your Day 2.

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - All-day till midnight.

Entry Cost - No entry fees. Cost varies with purchase.

How to reach - All bazaars are well-connected with proper roads. You could use local transport or a private cab to reach them. Most of the markets such as Tripolia Bazaar, MI Road Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar are near the Old city center and close to Hawa Mahal. They are easily accessible by Jaipur Railway Station.

Also Read - 7 Best Ways To Explore Jaipur By Walking Tours

Day 3: Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh, Galtaji Temple, Khole Ke Hanuman Ji Temple

Now that you have seen a 2 Day Itinerary for Jaipur, we took time to created an additional 2 day Jaipur Itinerary just in case you decide you extend your trip. Let's check out the prominent sites you should explore in Jaipur on your third day:

Galtaji Monkey Temple

Galtaji Temple Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • You are wondering why is this called a Monkey Temple? Well, a popular pilgrim site in Jaipur, Galtaji is home to sacred water tanks known as kund. It is surrounded by Aravalli hills and is located between a narrow valley.

  • Galtaji is named after a sage named Galav who, according to the locals, practiced meditation right here. If you walk around the tanks, you will come across a number of temples. These are namely the Surya Mandir (Sun temple), Gyan Gopal Ji temple and the Sita Ramji Temple.

  • You find a large community of wild rhesus monkeys sitting around the tanks and the temple. They are living here for years and hence it is also called the Monkey temple.

  • The complex has a total of seven holy water tanks where pilgrims take bathe to religious purposes. You could go for it too since it is said that the water tanks never run dry.

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Entry Cost - No entry fee.

How to reach - Bais Godam Railway Station is the nearest railway station to reach Galtaji. You could also hire a cab from Jaipur Railway Station.

Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh

Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • Roughly translating to ‘Sisodia Queen Garden’, and rightly so since this opulent Palace and the lush garden was built for the Queen of Amer. Maharaja Jai Singh II especially commissioned this palace for his second wife, the princess of Udaipur. She hailed from the Sisodia Rajput clan who is believed to belong to the lineage of Suryavanshi.

  • Once you visit this place, it will prove to be a real treat for your eyes. Heart lifting facade of the palace includes four courtyard garden known as Charbagh, pavilions, inscribed murals, craved frescoes, paintings, and fountains. You would find fellow tourists admiring this bewitching structure. A perfect retreat after visiting Galtaji

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - 5:00 am to 9:00 pm

Entry Cost - INR 50 for Indians and INR 200 for foreign nationals.

How to reach - Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh and Palace are located near the Galtaji Monkey Temple. It follows the same route taken to reach Galtaji. Just ask your driver/ guide to the garden that lies at a distance of 4 km.

Khole Ke Hanuman Ji Temple

Khole Ke Hanuman Ji Temple Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • Dedicated to Lord Hanuman, Khole Ke Hanuman Ji Temple is the most popular temple in Jaipur city. An elaborate asymmetric temple complex has expanded over the years thanks to government grants and an increase in the number of devotees.

  • This temple is popular for its traditional Dal Baati Churma prasad (holy food offered in the temple). The temple is home to more than 20 kitchens that prepare food for almost 5000 devotees. Intricately carved pillars, archways, and murals decorate the alleys, windows, and facade of the temple that is worth noting.

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - 5:00 am to 9:00 pm

Entry Cost - No entry fee.

How to reach - Again, Khole Ke Hanuman Ji temple is located near the Galtaji Monkey Temple. It lies a bit more further to the Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh. Take a cab or reach there by bus.

Jagat Siromaniji Temple

Jagat Siromaniji Temple Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • In the quaint vicinities of Amer Fort, lies the splendid Jagat Siromani Temple. It is believed to be the only temple in Rajasthan to be dedicated to Meerabai. This ornate and majestic temple is of great historical significance and is highly revered among the locals.

  • Look out for the finely carved archways of the temple which are locally known as Toran. These archways are believed to be carved out of single marble stone. Awe-inspiring architecture of this temple is a perfect blend of Rajput, Jain, Mughal, and Nagara temple styles.

  • It also houses a Lord Krishna Idol that is said to be about 600 years old. Not worth missing folks!

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - 6 am to 1 pm and 4 pm to 8 pm.

Entry Cost - No entry fee.

How to reach - The temple is located near the Amer Palace. You just have to take left from the Amer Fort Elephant stand for whence a stairway would lead to the temple. The temple is accessible from Jaipur Railway Station.

Gatore Ki Chhatriyan

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  • Just like Mughals built elegant tombs for their deceased, the Rajputs and Maharajas built enchanting cenotaphs for their predecessors. The Gatore Ki Chhatriyan are standing proof of this very idea.

  • Sophisticatedly built cenotaph complex of Gatore is located near the majestic Nahargarh Fort. It houses tombs of deceased Maharajas of Jaipur under the finely carved cenotaphs.

  • These cenotaphs are shaped like umbrellas and hence they are known as Chhatriyan is Hindi. A quaint getaway for you to reflect back on your journey till now. Admire the bewitching architecture thriving here amidst the departed.

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - 10 am to 5 pm

Entry Cost - Entry fees are INR 30 for all.

How to reach - Gatore Ki Chhatriyan is located near the foothills of Nahargarh Fort. It is accessible via Jaipur-Amer road. Take the same route you used to reach Nahargarh and you will find this destination easily.

Patrika Gate

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  • Welcome to the most instagrammable spot of Jaipur! The place where you would help yourself but grab your significant other and capture a memorable photo. This is the Patrika Gate.

  • Though an entrance to the lush Jawahar Circle garden, Patrika Gate is quite popular among tourists and locals alike. It’s highly vibrant frames that seem like a burst of colors boast traditional carvings upon it.

  • Floral designs, murals full of ancient tales and a random assortment of countless colors make this place one of the best photogenic places in India. Don’t miss it!

Best Time To Visit - Throughout the year.

Visit Timings - All day.

Entry Cost - No entry fees.

How to reach - Patrika gate is located right outside the Jawahar Circle Garden. It is very close to Jaipur Airport and lies within a walking distance from City Palace.

Just have a half day to spare? Book this Jaipur Half Day Monument tour offered by a private jaipur local guide - Jaipur Half Day Monuments Tour.

Day 4: Experiential Tours and Offbeat Activities of Jaipur

If this your last day in Jaipur, it might as well be unique and offbeat. After covering all the prominent places of Jaipur city, we have brought you the best offbeat things to do in Jaipur. These experiential activities will help you rejuvenate on your last day in the city. Let us know more in detail:

Jaipur Hand Block Painting Tour

Jaipur Hand Block Printing

  • A perfect activity for all the craft aficionados out there! This traditional hand block painting workshop is all you need to unwind after running from one monument to another.

  • The fellows at the small textile will teach you how to dip the printing block in dye and simply press it on the fabric to form a pattern. It’s quite easy and fun! Immerse yourself in this experience that is practiced for generations.

Want to try it out yourself? Book this Traditional Hand Block Printing Tour in Jaipur right away.

Jaipur Rugs Hand Weaving and Carpet Making Tour

Jaipur Rugs Carpet Making Tour Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • Imagine the exalted feeling of learning a 2500-year old craft? You too could experience the same feels on the Jaipur Rugs Carpet Making Tour. We take you to the indigenous tribal village near Jaipur and introduce to you the old handicraft art of traditional Carpet Weaving.

  • These traditional fabrics are handwoven by local tribal women for centuries as this craft is handed down generation to generation. Sit with these women and learn how to weave one thread into another and create something that is bound to last for years to come.

Wish to experience this for real? Book this Jaipur Rugs Hand Weaving Carpet Making Tour right here.

Traditional Rajasthani Cooking Class

Traditional Rajasthani Cookin Class Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary

  • You had the scrumptious street food of Jaipur. How about you learn how to cook these mouthwatering Rajasthani delicacies? Join a local Jaipur family and get around the kitchen!
  • You get to lend a hand as well as learn step by step how to cook local Jaipur food such as Dal Baati Churma or traditional Lassi. Hey! That’s not all. You get to sample and savor your food.

To know more about Traditional Rajasthani Cooking Class in Jaipur, click here right away - Traditional Rajasthani Cooking Lessons With A Local

There you go! A perfectly curated comprehensive Jaipur 2 Day Itinerary with additional Itinerary for 2 Days in Jaipur. You can book Jaipur Tours and Jaipur Sightseeing here - Jaipur Sightseeing Tours and Jaipur Packages.

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