Jaipur City is surrounded by many amazing destinations which includes lakes, forts and other historical places. Tourist who have planned holidays in Jaipur can extend their trip by visitng these places and can visit these destinations within a day. All the places listed here can be covered in a day respectively.
Shekhwati- Shekhwati is just 5 kms away from Jaipur city and is a popular heritage site. Visitors visiting Jaipur must visit Shekhwati for a more exciting trip. Shekkwati region is dotted with number of haveils and buildings which have beautiful paitnings and carvings in them. The region is of great historic importance as it displays the beautiful art of the bygone era of Rajasthan.
Tonk– Tonk is a town, situated on the banks of the River Banas in the Tonk district of Rajasthan. It is located at a distance of 95 km from the city of Jaipur and a heritage site.
Ramgarh Lake – Ramgarh Lake is very famous tourist attraction, especially during monsoon when it is flooded with water. It has marvelous scenic beauty with an special attraction for the wildlife lovers due to Ramgarh Wildlife Sanctuary.
Sambhar Lake – Sambhar Lake also popularly known as “Salt Lake of Rajasthan” as it is a source of large amount of salt production. Spread in the 22.5 km area, this India’s largest inland salt lake also regarded as a ‘Gift from Thar desert’.
Virat Nagar – Virat Nagar or the very recent Bairat, is one of the northern most town of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Located amid the Delhi – Alwar highway, the town is situated 52 km from Jaipur. Fomous for relics and structures of Mauryan, Mugal and Rajput periods.
Bagru – Bagru is a small but very famous village for its unmatchable age old wooden block printing. Now Bagru becomes very popular town due to its ‘Bagru prints’, which is an unique wooden printing technique different from others.
Abheneri– Abhaneri town is just 95 kms away from Jaipur. Abhaneri has some places to visit:
Harshat Mata Temple- Harshat Mata temple is considered to be the temple of Goddess of Joy and Happiness and believed to have spreads the joy to the whole village. It is also known for its unique architecture and amazing craftsmanship that dates back to the special glory of Medieval India.
Chand Baori– Chand Baori is belongs to 10th century monuments of Rajasthani architectural skills and talents. It is huge well with flights of steps on the three sides leading to the water reserve. With 13 levels and a depth of 20 meter, Chand Baori colossal step well is located just in front of the famous Harshat Mata temple.