Jaipur Photography Tour

Pick up from your desire location .
your photography Start From Panch Batti circle and the old world Raj Mandir cinema, head along M.I. Road, which is the main thoroughfare, Continue along M.I. Road, and you'll come across the pink walls of the Jaipur Old City on your left.
There are three gates, spaced around 500 meters apart, which provide entry into the Old City. The first one is Ajmeri Gate, followed by New Gate, and lastly Sanganeri Gate.

Enter from Ajmeri Gate and turn right. From there you can walk all the way along to Sanganeri Gate and the start of Johari Bazaar.
If the jewels at the Gem Palace were a little out of your league, you might find the offerings here to be more suitable. Johari Bazaar and the lanes that run off it are known for gold and silver jewelery, as well as inexpensive costume jewelery and bangles.
Keep walking straight, and you'll reach Jaipur's most famous landmark -- the Hawa Mahal (Wind Palace). This marvelous example of Rajput architecture was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. It was made so that the ladies of the palace could look out over the street, from the small windows, unobserved. There are 953 of these windows in total, spread over five levels! However, unfortunately, there's not much wind in the Wind Palace these days, as most of the windows have been sealed shut.
Next stop on the walking tour of Jaipur Old City is the magnificent City Palace . On the far side of the main courtyard of the Jaipur City Palace, you'll find an exit that leads to another, smaller, courtyard known as Pritam Niwas Chowk.

The courtyard has four colorful painted doorways, each representing a different season.
The real masterpiece there is the magnificent Peacock Gate. It's dedicated to fall/autumn and Lord Vishnu.
As you head out of the City Palace in Jaipur, you might want to stop by Jantar Mantar. This observatory was built by Jai Singh in 1728. He constructed five in various cities in India (including Delhi), and this one's the biggest and best preserved.
From Jantar Mantar, follow the road out to Tripolia Bazaar. Many of the shopkeepers there specialize in selling kitchen utensils.

Price:-
Toyota Etios – INR Rs 1600
Toyota Innova - INR Rs 1800
Tempo traveler - INR Rs 2800


Services included in my tour price:-
1. A nice and comfortable Air Condition Car for you having sufficient space for your luggage also, Fuel, Insurance, Toll Taxes, All State Taxes, Parking and all transport related expenses.
2. This prices including Driver allowance .
3. Car will be with you from your pick up till your drop.
4. All the above rates are in Indian Rupees.
5. Rs.200 driver night Allowance will be charged after 8.00 PM.
6. Price will Full Day (8Hrs / 80Kms) Car Rental Jaipur.

Services Note included in my tour price:-
1. The above rates does not include guide charges
2. Monuments fee not include in my tour price