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3 days  |  Starts/Ends: Delhi  |  from USD $725

A favourite of travellers, the architecturally flamboyant capital of Rajasthan is often referred to as the ‘Pink City’. Enjoy a visit to the City Palace, the Amber Fort and Jantar Mantar, a medieval astronomical observatory.

Prices & Dates


Day 1

Delhi to Jaipur

Delhi - Jaipur. Early morning transfer to New Delhi railway station for Shatabdi Express train to Jaipur - air conditioned chair class. Arrive Jaipur and transfer to your hotel. This afternoon, we embark on a guided sightseeing tour with visits to the City Palace and museum, Hawa Mahal - the palace of the winds, Jantar Mantar - an observatory dating back from 1728, that still gives accurate readings.
Overnight: Jaipur

Day 2

Amber Fort

After breakfast, head out to the Amber Fort, a Rajput extravaganza. For security and defence purposes, the impressive fort has a commanding view of the surrounding area, sheer walls and a curved route that leads to the palaces within. The fort is beautifully mirrored in Maota Lake, which stands adjacent to the Dilaram Garden.

The private apartments begun by Man Singh in the 17th century combine Hindu and Mughal styles and the Sheesh Mahal (Hall of Mirrors), its walls covered with tiny mirrors, becomes a dazzling fantasy with the light of a single match! Make sure you visit the Jag Mandir or the Hall of Victory, glittering with mirrors, Jai Mahal and the Kali Temple.
Overnight: Jaipur  |  Breakfast

Day 3

Jaipur to Delhi

Jaipur - Delhi. Free time in morning to do your own thing. Late afternoon transfer to Jaipur railway station for Shatabdi Express train to Delhi - air conditioned chair class. Upon arrival in Delhi, transfer to hotel (should you have booked additional accomodation for this night) or to the airport for your onward flight.

Hot air balloon ride over Jaipur

Sail within a breath of lofty hilltop forts and fine regal palaces. Look down upon sleepy villages waking to the early morning sun. Drift past expansive waterside manors and intricately stone carved temples in a magical hot air balloon adventure over the Pink City of Jaipur.

Prices & Dates

Prices shown are ‘per person’, based on a travelling party of at least 2 adults. The single supplement price needs to be added to the twin/double price if single rooms are required. If travelling solo, an additional ‘1-person’ supplement will apply.

Single Supp.
Jaipur - 3 days
USD $725
USD $190

Prices are indicative and will vary depending on your chosen hotels, room availability as well as time of travel i.e. during India’s peak travel season of 21 Dec - 10 Jan, additional supplements will apply. Equally, if you with to travel to India during the summer, rates will be cheaper than those quoted. Please bear this in mind if comparing prices as we always aim to deliver exceptional value.

Prices are based on standard accommodation. Superior and deluxe accommodation available upon request.

Please note that discounts will apply if there are more 4 our more people in your travelling party, since fixed costs like transportation and guiding are shared across the group.

Trip Highlights

The ornate and sprawling City Palace
Jantar Mantar Observatory - nearly 300 years old and still giving accurate readings


Return train journey from Delhi to Jaipur, air-conditioned chair class
Guided sightseeing in Jaipur. Travel by jeep to the Amber Fort in Jaipur
Transfer from hotel to New Delhi railway station
Entrance fees for included excursions
2 nights standard accommodation (superior and deluxe available on request) including breakfast daily
Services of English-speaking Indian guides at some sites
Transfer from New Delhi railway station to hotel (if additional accommodation has been booked) or to the airport

Not Included

International flights and visas
Tipping - an entirely personal gesture
Laundry, drinks, items of a personal nature
Tour Details
Any day of the year
Hotel Rating
Standard, Superior or Deluxe
Local Payment
Tour Guide
Yes - for all included sightseeing
Breakfast: 2
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