|Vehicle Model||Rate Per Km||Per day KM Limit||Driver allowance per day|
|Hatch Back (Indica or equivalent) AC||8.50||250.00||200.00|
|Sedan (Swift Dzire or equivalent) AC||9.00||250.00||200.00|
|MUV (Mahindra Xylo or equivalent) AC||11.50||250.00||200.00|
|SUV (Toyota Innova or equivalent) AC||12.00||250.00||200.00|
|VAN 12 Str (Force Traveler) AC||19.00||250.00||300.00|
The capital city of the western state of Rajasthan, jaipur is also the largest and most popular city in the state. The city is frequented by a plethora of tourists, both Indian and foreign guests due to the perfect blend of beauty and elegance that it possesses. Nicknamed as ‘The Pink city’, Jaipur is full of palaces, forts, lakes and is covered with a royal charm in general.
Located at a distance of 260 km from the national capital, New Delhi, Jaipur is a part of the famous Golden Triangle Tourist Circuit in addition to New Delhi and Agra. The city was founded by Maharaja Jai Singh, the ruler of Amer and in whose honor the city is named.
Jaipur offers its visitors and residents lot of fun places to hang out. Some of the most popular hangout destinations in Faridabad are as follows:
Hawa Mahal is essentially a high screen wall which was built so that the women of the Royal household could enjoy witnessing the festivities on the streets without being seen from the outside. The monument still is one of the most popuar monuments in the city of Jaipur along with Amer Fort and is thronged by every tourist stepping into the land.
Amer Fort is undoubtedly the chief attraction in the city of Jaipur and is frequented by tourists all year round in uncountable numbers. The foreign tourists have a special interest in the fort as the interiors of the fort are said to be one of a kind. The fort is situated atop a hill and the ride from the bottom to the top is ideally made over elephants which is again one of the most loved attraction of the destination.
Situated in close vicinity to the Hawa Mahal, Jantar mantar or Observatory is another interestin destination in the Pink city. The complex of Jantar Mantar was made by Raja Sawai jai Singh and has 19 scientific instruments bbuilt out of brick and mortar which are of very high astronomical value. The site also has world’s largest sundial which is known as ‘Samrat Yantra’.
This humongous palace complex has a number of different structures including Maharani Palace, Diwan-I-Khas, Mubarak mahal, Govindji Temple, Diwan-I-Aam, Pitam Vilas Mahal and more. The palace was built around 1729 to 1731. Some of the portion of the palace is still occupied by the descendants of the Maharajas and some of it is open to visitors during fixed hours.
This renowned temple is dedicated to Hindu Lord Vishnu and is also known popularly as Laxmi Narayan Mandir. The entire temple is built in marble and is located in the heart of the city. The temple holds statues of Goddess Laxmi and Lord Vishnu and the exterior walls have carvings depicting various cultures.
Delhi has numerous great tourist destinations in its vicinity. Some of the most popular weekend getaways from Delhi are as follows:
1. Ajmer : Surrounding the Lake Ana Sagar, Ajmer is a nationwide acclaimed pious destination owing to the rejuvenating Ajmer Shareef Dargah. The Dargah is thronged by pilgrims throughout the year. The interesting thing is that these pilgrims are not of any particular religion. Ajmer Shareef’s Dargah is one place which is respected by devotees of all religions alike
2. Jaisalmer : The Golden City of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan is a UNESCO World Heritage Siteand is located in the heart of The Thar. The city has served as a site for many Bollywood movies and TV shows like Roadies, Balika Vadhu, Awara Pagal Deewana, Maharana Pratap, Soldierand many more. The city also has seven renowned Jain temples like Chandraprabhu Temple, Shitalnath Temple, Rishabhdev Temple, Kunthunath Temple and Shanthinath Temple. Jaisalmer Fort, however still remains the chief attraction of this city.
3. Delhi : Jaipur is located at a distance of mere 300 km from the national capital, New Delhi and is easily approachable in a taxi. Delhi has immense cultural heritage as it has been ruled by a number of Indian rules in the past. The city has innumerous monuments that display the architectural geius of different dynasties within itself. Some of the most popular destinations in Delhi would include India Gate, Raj Ghat, Red Fort, Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid and a lot more.
4. Pushkar : Situated at a distance of 14 km from the state capital jaipur, Pushkar is a town which holds very high religious sanctity among Hindus. The town is thronged by a plethora of pilgrims all year round as it is home to the only temple dedicated to the Hindu deity Lord Brahma. The pond at the Katas Raj temple in Pushkar is believed to be made out of tears of the Mahadev Lord Shiva, which was formed when his wife Sati died. This temple and the town of Pushkar has gained much importance in the recent years even among foreign tourists.
5. Agra : The legendary town of Agra is situated just 230 km from the capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur. Agra is definitely the lifeline of Indian tourism mostly because of it being home to the symbol of love and one of the seven wonders of the modern world, The Taj Mahal. But Agra is much more than the incredible Taj. The city has been ruled by Mughal dynasty for over 200 years and has in it the immense legacy left behind by these rulers.