On day 2, after breakfast first, go to visit the three famous forts of Jaipur city. The three famous forts of Jaipur are Jaigarh, Nahargarh, and Amber fort. A reserved car will charge around Rs 3000 for a whole day trip. First, go to Jaigarh fort, our hotel is near Jaipur junction and it takes around 40 minutes to reach Jaigarh fort from that place. After crossing the main city, you will be exposed to the rustic beauty of the Aravali hills, needless to say, that it is an amazing experience. Jaigarh fort locally known as"cheel ka Teela" which means hills of eagles. The fort is built in 1726 by Swai Jai Singh 2. The fort is at the top of Aravali hills and surrounded by a thick red sandstone wall. You can walk around the fort and experience the past glory of this fort. From the small opening of the fort wall, you can see the gorgeous Jaipur city lying at the base of the hills and beautiful Maota lake at a distance. Jaigarh Fort is also known as the "fort of victory" as it was never conquered. This fort is a major tourist attraction of Jaipur city and experiences a large number of visitors every day. The fort houses 'Jaivana' which is the largest cannon on wheels. currently, the Indian army takes care of this canon. The entry fee is Rs 150 per head for foreigners and Rs 70 per head for Indian tourists. The timing of the opening and closing of this fort is 9 am to 5 pm.
From Jaigarh Fort go to visit Nahargarh fort. This is another major fort of Jaipur city which is famous for amazing views of the surroundings. It is situated on the edges of the Aravali hills. Nahargarh fort was built in the year 1734 by Maharaja Jai Singh 2. After entering the fort. first, go to see the wax museum and a model of ancient Sheesh Mahal you have to purchase a separate ticket to enter the premises. The ticket here is 150 per person. Next, go to see the water tank of the fort. In ancient times the royals used to store their daily usage water in that tank. Behind the water tank, there is a stepwell. This stepwell is famous for its stunning architecture. The entry fee of Jaigarh Fort is Rs 20 per head for Indian tourists and Rs 70 per head for foreigners. The opening and closing time of this fort is 10 am to 5 pm every day.
From Nahargarh Fort go to visit Amber Fort. Here you have to park your reserved car at the base of the hills. From there you can take a jeep or enjoy elephant ride to reach the main fort Complex. The fare of a jeep is Rs 500 for 6 people and the elephant ride will cost Rs 1100 for 2 people. From the main entrance, you have to cover the tour on foot. There are three courtyards inside the amber fort. After crossing the main entrance of the Fort you will enter into the First Courtyard. At the far end of this Courtyard, stands the temple of the Shila Devi. Through another pathway beside the temple entrance, you will be able to enter into the Second Courtyard of the Fort. In the second Courtyard first, visit Diwan-e-Aam and the public audience hall raising the Diwan-e-Aam you will find the beautifully designed Gate Ganesh Pol entering through which you will come to the main place Complex on one side of the Palace Complex stand, the famous Sheesh Mahal is the main residence of the King at the backside of the main Palace there was a royal kitchen. Here You can see the huge cooking pots which are used for cooking in the past days. entry fee here is rupees 100 for Indian tourists and rupees 550 for the foreigner. Amber Fort is open from 10 a.m. To 5:30 p.m. In the evening. You can enjoy light and sound show here. The ticket price is rupees 150 per person from Amer Fort go to visit Jal Mahal. The Jal Mahal Palace is an architectural brilliance. The palace was built in red sandstone and is a five-storied structure of which five floors remain underwater when the lake is full. Right now it is not accessible to tourists you can enjoy the beauty of Jal Mahal from the side of the lake.