Welcome to Jaipur, the chief city of Rajasthan. The royal and regal city, over the years, has been embellished with a number of titles including the ‘desert capital’ (for it shines like an oasis amidst the sandy sites of Rajasthan), ‘pink city’ (for almost all its structures are pink colored) and the ‘heritage city’ (for its treasure of heritage monuments, forts and palaces). Picturesque landscape, short-heighted buildings, gigantic monuments, open acres of beautiful lands dotted by lakes, and luxurious Jaipur hotels make the city a dream destination for holiday lovers.
Some of the must-visit sites of Jaipur are:
I. City Palace: City Palace, a magnificent palace replicating Mughal and Rajasthani architecture, is a majestic, charming and alluring palace which has both historical and heritage value. It also houses art galleries and museums where you can feast your eyes on the costumes worn by those old Maharajas.
II. Hawa Mahal: Under the Jaipur holiday packages, you must also visit the Hawa Mahal (meaning ‘palace of winds’). It is an iconic monument of the city, extremely colossal and filled with monkeys.
III. Amber Fort: Jaipur is famous for its forts and perhaps the most famous of them is the Amber Fort and Palace. The sheer size of the structure will make you go ‘wow’ but you can double your fun by exploring the gardens and boarding elephants for a thrilling ride.
IV. Nahargarh Fort: Nahargarh Fort is another popular tourist destination that is nestled over the Aravali Hills. The fort was one of the locations for the shooting of the hit Aamir Khan film ‘Rang De Basanti’.
V. Others: Amongst the many other popular sightseeing attractions, the one you must visit are Jantar Mantar, Jaigarh Fort and Galta Monkey Temple.
Jaipur’s historical fame aside, it is also rich in tradition and culture. Plus, the food, restaurants, travel guides and Jaipur hotels are stupendous and satisfying. So, head to Jaipur and you will never want to come back!
Trip to Gangtok: Gangtok is just another great place that can give you a refreshing and exhilarating time. It is a hill station in the state of Sikkim, India, and is best known for its beguiling view of Kanchenjunga, awesomely hypnotizing landscape and some holy Tibetan monasteries. Under the holiday packages, you also get to enjoy sports & sightseeing and can spend your nights in the best of Gangtok hotels.
Gangtok can be reached through rail, road or air. The season between October-March is considered as the best time to plan a Gangtok trip. The waterfalls, mountains and sedate ambience will instantly remind you of Switzerland. Though Gangtok has infinite number of sightseeing locales, some of the must visit ones are Rumtek Monastery, Tsongo Lake, Deer Park, Nathula or Silk Route and Tsuklakhang Royal Chapel.
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