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Highlights in Jaipur
- Superb cuisine
- Extraordinary palaces
- Enchanting animal sanctuaries
- Colourful festivals
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Jaipur is a highly acclaimed tourist destination in India with a rich architecture that will captivate you. The city attracts tourists with its fairs, architectural gems, markets, interesting activities, and comfortable accommodations in the centre of vibrant Jaipur. Many of the holiday rentals offer a good starting point to begin to explore the backstreets of this new city in the state of Rajasthan affectionately nicknamed 'the pink city'.Attractive holiday rentals with a garden, terrace, and swimming pool
Jaipur's rentals offer fully furnished and spacious homes with all the amenities to make you feel at home. You can enjoy a beautifully decorated living room, a large fully equipped modern kitchen, immaculate bathrooms, a pleasant terrace, perfectly manicured gardens, and refreshing swimming pools overlooking the city. The quiet holiday rentals are the perfect place to enjoy a unique family holiday.
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The area and getting around
In the heart of Jaipur's Old City, you will find the City Palace. Surrounded by massive walls, this Rajasthan and Mughal structure is the home of Jaipur's current royal family and one of the city's major attractions. The sand-coloured royal abode is composed of a complex of buildings and beautiful courtyards overlooking the beautiful Jaipur. A visit to this palace will give you an insight into the centuries-old architecture and allow you to discover other interesting sights such as exhibitions of costumes, weapons, and collections of paintings.India's most visited fort
On the outskirts of Jaipur, on the north side of the city, you will find the extraordinary Amber Palace or Amber Fort. Built at the end of the 16th century, this UNESCO World Heritage Site has two distinct palaces: the “Summer Palace” and the “Winter Palace”. To reach the fortress, you will have to take a jeep ride to the top. Amber Fort is one of the most visited forts in India and is a perfect example of Rajasthan architecture. It is decorated with intricate marble patterns of all colours that give it a unique appeal home to fascinating legends.
Travellers and activities
Elephant rides are one of the most popular adventures for tourists visiting Jaipur. You can find this activity at places like the City Palace, Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Amber Palace, among others. Elephant safari is a great way to see the surrounding nature from a different perspective. You can also enjoy the Jaipur countryside by cycling tours as well as ATV biking, an all-terrain vehicle that allows you to traverse the most difficult trails. Jaipur also offers motorized paragliding to experience the skies and hot air balloon rides.Jaipur for animal lovers
If you are an animal lover, visiting Elefantastic is one of the favourite things to do in Jaipur. This elephant farm keeps Indian elephants in a vast reserve that not only houses these giant creatures, but also a variety of birds and smaller wild animals. You can go on special elephant rides, witness elephants showering and even shower with the elephant as it washes itself with its trunk! Close to Elefantastic you can also find the Nahargarh Rescue Centre, India's largest tiger and lion rescue centre.
In January/February every year, Jaipur hosts the Jaipur Literature Festival, the largest literary festival in the world.
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With more than 935 windows on the outer walls, this Indian architecture called Hawa Mahal is one of the main attractions of Jaipur and is also known as the Palace of the Winds. It is considered one of the finest examples of Rajput architecture in India and has 5 floors, each with a different decoration that you will have to discover. Admire the distinctive pink-coloured architecture and walk around the floors and the open terrace.2. See the incredible Water PalaceE
Situated in the middle of Man Sagar Lake, the Water Palace is fascinating architecture to admire. With more than half of it submerged underwater, this palace that appears to have only one floor actually has four levels hidden underwater. Although the building is inaccessible, you can enjoy views of this impressive architecture from the land. During the night, watch the palace to see it light up in the middle of the water, it's quite a nice scene to see.3. Enjoy the colourful elephant procession
The Elephant Festival is a procession of decked-out elephants that will captivate you with their vibrant colours. Watch elephants and camels with traditional decorations, be entertained by folk dancers and enjoy the paintings done on these humble giants – the elephants are painted with organic colours, so it doesn't do them any harm. The colourful festival is usually held in March and is one of Jaipur's most popular festivals.4. Attend the joyful Kite Festival
Filling the skies with colour, don't miss the Kite Festival! This festival celebrates the beginning of the new year according to the Indian calendar and brings the whole city together. Surround yourself in the joyous atmosphere, watch the different kites flying over the horizon and fly your kite! The festival is one of Jaipur's busiest and is held on January 14. It has had such an impact that it is now celebrated internationally.5. Taste the unique cuisine of Rajasthan
The tantalizing and unique Rajasthani cuisine has a variety of tasty dishes that you must try in Jaipur. Try the most famous dish, Dal Baati Churma made with flaky bread accompanied by a lentil dish; enjoy Ghewar, a traditional sweet cake-like pastry soaked in sugar syrup; savour the exotic dessert called Mawa Kachori filled with dried fruits, nuts and khoya (a dry evaporated milk solid); and indulge in Laal Maas, lamb curry with spicy spices.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Jaipur
On average, how much do holiday lettings in Jaipur cost?
Last year revealed that Jaipur has an annual average price of £86 per night.
When are holiday rentals cheaper in Jaipur?
If you want to save the maximum amount during your visit to Jaipur, go there in June (£49 per night on average), April (£55), or September (£75) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Jaipur?
Following the data observed last year, the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of December (£134), January (£119), and November (£95).
Are there usually many holiday lettings available in Jaipur?
To get to know Jaipur, it is not necessary to be very organised in advanced. It has a high annual average availability of 80%, which leaves room for spontaneity.
What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
In the previous year, the months with more free accommodation in Jaipur were February, March, and April with average availabilities of 92%, 87% and 82%, respectively. During these three months, you will have a wide choice available.
During which months are there fewer rentals available in Jaipur?
The months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Jaipur are, in order, December (with 73% of available rentals), November (76%), and January (79%). However, even during the months with the least availability, the average is 76%. So it shouldn't be hard to find your dream accommodation at any time of the year.
Are there many holiday rentals in Jaipur?
In Jaipur we offer you an extensive choice of approximately 1,200 properties, with options for all tastes, thanks to our 4 local and international partners.