jaipur Travel Guide

Famously known as the Pink City, Jaipur is the capital of the culturally-rich state of Rajasthan in India. The city is the first planned city in the country. The city is also a part of India’s most famous tourist circuit – Golden Triangle, along with Delhi and Agra. It is famous all across the world for its architectural gems. The city is dotted with numerous forts and palaces, which boast of the country’s vast history. The city is perfect for all types of tourists as the city offers a plethora of options to choose from. Tourists can shop for local handicrafts and traditional clothes in the markets as well as enjoy local delicacies. To be precise, Jaipur gives tourists an extraordinary experience of visiting India. Here is all the tourist information that you may need about Jaipur.

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jaipur Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

  BEST TIME TO VISIT

  • Q.What is the best time of the year if you are planning to visit Jaipur?
    A.
    Winters (November-March) are the most favourable to visit Jaipur. You can visit in January to witness the grand celebration of Kite Festival and the Jaipur Literature Festival.

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  CLOTHES

  • Q.While packing for Jaipur, what essential clothing I must take?
    A.
    During the peak season (November to March), temperatures fluctuate a lot throughout the day. So it is better to carry layered clothing, some light winter wear and a shawl.

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  • Q.Is there any specific clothing or attire for visiting the religious places of Jaipur?
    A.
    At religious places in Jaipur, do dress the way you do at churches.. Nothing above the knee or that shows bare arms is allowed. Also, covering your head at certain places is important, so do carry a scarf.

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  DOMESTIC FLIGHTS

  • Q.What is the baggage limit for domestic flights to Jaipur?
    A.
    The maximum permitted baggage limit is 14kg and that for cabin baggage is 7kg. However, the weight limit varies from one airlines to another.

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  • Q.Are domestic flights safe to take? How much do the airfares cost?
    A.
    With good connectivity of regular flights to Jaipur from major and tier-2 cities, it is absolutely safe to take domestic flights. The airfares vary on several things including the season, booking time and airlines.

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  • Q.What about the punctuality and safety of domestic flights?
    A.
    The domestic flights are generally on time, unless stuck by a natural calamity. They are quite safe for domestic journeys.

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  • Q.What kinds of refreshments are provided in the domestic flights?
    A.
    Right from snacks to full course meals are served in domestic flights, either on paid and/or unpaid services. However, it might vary from class to class and from one airline to another. Water, however, is complementary.

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  • Q.What's the check-in time for domestic flights?
    A.
    The check-in time for domestic flights is 2 hours and the boarding begins 30-45 minutes before the take off.

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  ELECTRICITY

  • Q.Can I access universal port in the accommodation place? Give me details of power points, plugs and sockets in the same.
    A.
    Yes, most of the hotels have universal ports. However, to be on the safer side, it's better to carry a Type D plug adapter. The typical standard of power setting is Type D (C or M), with 230 volt 50 Hz.

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  FAIRS AND FESTIVALS

  • Q.What are some of the most celebrated fairs and festivals in Jaipur?
    A.
    Some of the most famous celebrations in Jaipur are Teej festival, Kite Festival (January Makar Sankranti) and Jaipur Heritage International Festival (mid-January). Another must-attend is Jaipur Literature Festival (January end).

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  FOOD

  • Q.I have few restrictions with food due to medical reasons. Will I get food according to my dietary requirements if I order the specific ones?
    A.
    Jaipur is a tourist hub and caters to all kind of food as per health and taste preferences. If informed prior, we can easily arrange for your specific food requirements.

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  • Q.Is it safe health wise to eat raw fruits and vegetables sold in the local markets of Jaipur?
    A.
    Most likely, yes. However, it is better to eat anything raw after properly washing the outwards skin. It's advisable not to touch the skin of the fruits to avoid being contaminated with germs.

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  • Q.How is the food in Jaipur? Is it very spicy?
    A.
    Originally and normally, the Rajasthani delicacies are spicy due to the addition of dried spices as tradition. However, you can get preordered non-spicy or less-spicy foods at hotels, on request.

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  • Q.How easily is vegetarian and vegan food available in Jaipur?
    A.
    Jaipur is a city where vegetarian and vegan food is easily available at cafes, lounges and posh restaurants. Must try is the traditional Rajasthani veg thali to explore the real flavours of the city.

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  • Q.Give us an idea on the availability of meat and fish in Jaipur.
    A.
    Non-veg food including fish and meat is available at convenience in Jaipur. Some of the must-try dishes are Handi meat, Lal Maas, Banjara Gosht, Mohan Maas and Macchhilli Jaisamandi.

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  • Q.May I find Kosher food easily in Jaipur?
    A.
    Kosher food is not available easily everywhere in Jaipur.

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  • Q.How about the easy availability of Halal food in Jaipur?
    A.
    Jaipur is a famous tourist spot welcoming travelers from every religious background. Hence, to cater all their needs, including the Islamic ones, Halal food is commonly available in Jaipur.

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  • Q.May I get non-spicy European food in Jaipur?
    A.
    Yes, non-spicy food is available in multi-cuisine restaurants and cafes. If requested, the same can be served at any eatery in Jaipur. However, it is better to avoid local food stalls if you are looking for non-spicy alternatives.

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  • Q.How frequent is the availability of Pizza Huts, Dominos and McDonald's in Jaipur?
    A.
    Big food joints and multinational restaurant chains have made their marks and presence felt in almost every cities of India, including Jaipur. So, yes, these biggies are easily available at regular interval and even for deliveries.

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  GENERAL

  • Q.Travel essentials while packing for India tour?
    A.
    While coming down to India, especially Jaipur, make sure you buy these:
    • Loose fitting cotton outfits, preferably with long sleeves. Layering options
    • One scarf, or two
    • Comfortable shoes
    • Medicine kits/Train kits
    • Bug spray
    • Sunscreen/Dry shampoo/Body sprays
    Rest almost everything you can buy from local places.

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  • Q.While in India, what etiquette shall I follow as a visitor?
    A.
    To begin with, greet the people with a smile and Namaste (clasp hands placed near the chest). Also, don't wear shoes inside local houses, and tight or revealing clothing. Try to eat with hands after washing them, and don't point fingers at people. Don't ask for alcoholic drinks at a local meal.

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  • Q.Do we get proper assistance for the handicapped at famous monuments?
    A.
    Not every monument has wheelchair facilities for the aged or the specially-ables. However, you can avail the same at Amer Fort and Hawa Mahal. However, the path is quite steep with multiple steps and levels.

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  • Q.Are we allowed to take a visit to the local villages? Or the schools in and around?
    A.
    Yes. In fact, villages like Bagru, Rusirani Village, Jamwa Ramgarh, and Andhi are must visits to check out for their tradition, art and culture. There are several private and government schools in the city which can be visited by public or private transport.

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  • Q.Why are there so many beggars on Indian roads? How should I react to them and their plea for money?
    A.
    With a rough estimate of half million people begging on the streets of India, it is still practically considered a crime. While poverty is real, and it's tough to resist helping them financially, we'd suggest not giving a penny to stay away from any kind of scam and/or deception.

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  • Q.What all Hindi words shall I learn to communicate better in Jaipur?
    A.
    Namaste – Hello
    Haan/Nahi – Yes/No
    Paisa – Money
    Dhanyawad – Thank You
    Aap Kaise Hain? – How are you?
    Maaf Kijiye – I’m sorry
    Paani – Water
    Mujhe Khana Do – Give me food

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  • Q.What religions are practiced in India?
    A.
    India is a secular country and is the home to around nine different religions. Among them, the most widely practiced ones are Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Sikhism, Buddhism and Jainism.

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  • Q.Can you give me a basic guide to toilet styles in India?
    A.
    You can avail both the traditional squatting pan and the western commode while in India. Though the latter is easier to use, the former is more hygienic. When in India, you'll need to use water to wash, instead of using toilet paper.

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  • Q.Is LGBT supported in India?
    A.
    LGBT is legally unbanned by Indian Supreme Court in 2018. However, whether it's personally and socially accepted wholeheartedly, it differs from metro cities to 2-tier cities.

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  • Q.Besides the typical tourist spots, what do you suggest to try in Jaipur for a unique experience?
    A.
    If you don't want to go for typical touristy things, you must opt for an elephant ride on the ascending way to Amer Fort. Also, catching the local artisans practicing in their workshops is a wonderful experience.

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  • Q.Can India be called a family destination?
    A.
    Yes, India is pretty much a perfect family destination. With a wide array of experiences from wildlife to religious to romantic and nature, India caters to the taste and mood of every individual of a standard family.

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  • Q.Is Jaipur polluted? What precautions I must take?
    A.
    It might sound scary, but Jaipur is the most polluted city of Rajasthan. Hence, it is suggested to carry masks, scarfs and other preventive stuffs to avoid the pollution attack.

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  • Q.Do foreign tourists unnecessarily grab attention of the local people at Jaipur?
    A.
    Not anymore. With the growing footfall of foreigners in Jaipur, neither do people unnecessarily stare at them anymore, nor do they harass or cheat them in business.

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  • Q.Is there an availability of tourist police in Jaipur?
    A.
    Yes. The tourist police station in Jaipur is located in Janta Market near Kanwar Nagar.

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  • Q.Can we spot street performances involving snake charmers, cows, camels etc?
    A.
    It depends whether you are roaming around the main city or taking a stroll in the outskirts. While snake charmers are legally banned under Wildlife (Protection) Act 1972, street performance by these animals is no more done.

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  • Q.Are the roads of Jaipur crowded with stray animals?
    A.
    Stray animals are a common sight in India. Though not literally ?crowded?, but yes, you can catch glances of them in plenty.

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  GUIDES

  • Q.Are translators (guides) available in Jaipur?
    A.
    Yes, they are. Guides are available at all the major tourist destinations at Jaipur, and most of them are quite proficient in English. However, for other foreign languages, you have to pre-inform the tours and travel agents for your requirement.

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  • Q.Can we hire women guides in Jaipur for solo women travelers or an all-woman group?
    A.
    Though there are no specific organizations where you can hire women guides from, but, if that's prerequisite, you may inform the travel agency to arrange one from their in-house services.

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  • Q.Can I avail audio guides at the monuments in Jaipur?
    A.
    Yes, audio guides facilities are available at major monuments like Amer Fort and Hawa Mahal in Jaipur.

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  HEALTH, WELLNESS AND HOSPITALS

  • Q.List of reliable medical care in Jaipur.
    A.
    Some of the best hospitals of Jaipur are Manipal Hospitals, Fortis Escorts, Apollo Spectra, Mansarovar and Meera Dental Hospital.

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  • Q.While in Jaipur, can I opt for offbeat and specific treatments like dentistry, cosmetic surgery, oncology, cardiology, MAS-Laparoscopy, hair transplant etc?
    A.
    There are several multispecialty hospitals in Jaipur, where you can avail of these treatments by renowned and trusted doctors.

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  • Q.Where do we get over the counter medicines for rabies, fever, migraine, and diabetes in Jaipur?
    A.
    There are several pharmacies and chemists that sell all the prescribed medicines for the said complaints. Apart from that, you can also check at hospitals and clinics all across the city.

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  • Q.Can we find Ayurveda treatment centers in Jaipur?
    A.
    Yes, there are quite a number of Ayurveda treatment centers in Jaipur.

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  HOTELS

  • Q.Name some of the international luxury hotels of Jaipur.
    A.
    Hotel H R Palace, Umaid Bhawan Heritage House Hotel, Pearl Palace Heritage, Ramada by Wyndham Jaipur, The Oberoi Rajvilas, ITC Rajputana, and Park Inn By Radisson are few of the best hotels of Jaipur with international standard of service.

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  • Q.How much is the pocket pinch in hotels of Jaipur?
    A.
    It depends on your preferences and requirements. You can avail luxury hotels, as well as budget and economy hotels and the pocket pinch, are certainly way different in both.

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  • Q.How much would the accommodation cost on an average?
    A.
    It depends on where you want to put up. If you want to explore the heritage and luxury resorts, the price range would be up. And it would be affordably low if you want to try the budget hotels.

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  • Q.Is not Jaipur famous for heritage hotels?
    A.
    Yes, Jaipur has a number of heritage hotels famous for their luxury stay, amenities and food.

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  • Q.Are the hotels hygienic? Do they have all the modern amenities?
    A.
    All the hotels, irrespective of luxury, economy and budget, are high with hygiene and maintenance. In all the hotels, you will get basic as well as modern amenities like room service, meals, laundry, as well as sensors, smart devices, AI based gadgets etc respectively to make your stay good.

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  • Q.How reliable are the hotels for an overall experience?
    A.
    The hotels in Jaipur promise to offer you a comfortable and memorable experience during your stay. And yes, safety and security are guaranteed with you as well as your valuables.

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  • Q.Would you suggest a solo lady traveler to stay in hotels of Jaipur?
    A.
    Yes, why not. The hotels are equipped with security amenities and facilities to serve a lady traveling and staying alone.

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  • Q.Does Jaipur have any handicapped friendly hotels?
    A.
    Yes, Jaipur being a popular tourist hub, does have the availability of handicapped friendly hotels.

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  • Q.Do the hotels have handicapped friendly toilets?
    A.
    Yes, the hotels that are designed to accommodate specially-able people, do have the facilities for handicapped friendly toilets.

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  • Q.May I avail western style toilets in the hotels, restaurants and monuments in Jaipur?
    A.
    Western style commodes are available in hotels and restaurants. But the same isn?t available at every monuments or tourist spots you visit, though few of them do have.

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  • Q.Till what time can we avail bars and restaurants at Jaipur?
    A.
    Bars and restaurants in Jaipur are open till late night.

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  • Q.How to book a hotel or a holiday in Jaipur?
    A.
    Contact us to make your booking smooth and easy and get going for your Jaipur trip.

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  INSURANCE

  • Q.Is medical and travel insurance necessary while visiting Jaipur?
    A.
    Though not necessarily required, it is advised to get insured of theft, loss and medical problems before you travel to India.

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  LANGUAGE

  • Q.Can the local people of Jaipur communicate in English?
    A.
    If you are visiting popular tourist places, get assured to get communication help in English. But the local rickshaw drivers or bus conductors or vendors might not be affluent in the language.

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  MONEY AND CREDIT CARDS

  • Q.Is it possible to withdraw foreign currency from ATM machines in India?
    A.
    No, ATM machines don't disperse foreign currency. You can, however, withdraw Indian rupees in the denomination of 2000, 500 and 100 rupee notes.

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  • Q.Is it convenient to exchange Euros, Sterling Pounds, US Dollars, Canadian Dollars, Australian Dollars in Jaipur?
    A.
    Jaipur, being a popular tourist hub, exchanging foreign currency here is not much of a fuss as remittance services are available at frequent intervals throughout the city.

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  • Q.Do the hotels and banks offer reliable remittance for foreign currencies like Sterling Pounds, US Dollars, Canadian Dollars, Australian Dollars and Euros?
    A.
    Standard hotels and resorts have distinct services for money exchange for the convenience of the tourists. Banks, too, in accordance with foreign exchange services, provide the service easily.

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  • Q.How permissible and secure is the use of credit cards in hotels, shops and restaurants in Jaipur?
    A.
    You may use your international credit card for any transaction here in Jaipur. However, you will be charged with foreign transaction and currency conversion fees.

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  MONUMENTS

  • Q.Are all the famous monuments in Jaipur open on all days? If not, which ones are closed and on which days?
    A.
    Most of the tourist places in Jaipur are open on all days. Albert Hall Museum remains closed on Tuesdays.

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  • Q.Is public conveyance easily available at the famous tourist spots and monuments in Jaipur?
    A.
    Jaipur has a wide network of public bus transport services (Rajasthan State Roadways), auto rickshaws and cycle rickshaws. Taxis and app based cab services are also available in the city.

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  • Q.May I avail wheelchairs at the monuments in Jaipur?
    A.
    Wheelchair facility isn't available at every tourist spot and monuments in Jaipur. However, you may get assistance on the same at Amer Fort and Hawa Mahal.

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  MOVING AROUND

  • Q.How to make the most of my tour while visiting Jaipur?
    A.
    You may get in touch with us for a convenient, cost effective and memorable trip. Contact us on https://www.india-tours.com.

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  • Q.Are self-driven cars available in Jaipur?
    A.
    Yes, you may avail self-driven cars in Jaipur. There are several pre-paid services for self-driven cars in the city.

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  NIGHT LIFE

  • Q.How is the nightlife in Jaipur?
    A.
    The nightlife of Jaipur is quite charged up and lively. You would get a number of pubs, lounges, clubs and restaurants which are open till late nights.

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  PHOTOGRAPHY

  • Q.Is photography at public places allowed in Jaipur?
    A.
    Yes. You may explore your creativity with photography at public places in Jaipur. However, at several tourist spots, photography may be chargeable. Do confirm this before visiting the monuments.

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  RELIGIOUS PLACES

  • Q.What are the famous religious places where one can pray or worship in Jaipur?
    A.
    Some of the places to worship in Jaipur are Galtaji Temple, Birla Temple, Moti Dungri Temple, Govind Ji Temple, and Akshardham Temple (must visit).

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  • Q.How shall I be dressed while visiting the religious places?
    A.
    You shouldn't wear anything that shows skin, above the knee, or bare arms. At a few places, you might require to cover your head too. So carry a scarf.

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  • Q.Are foreigners allowed at every religious places in Jaipur?
    A.
    In Jaipur, foreigners are allowed at all the religious places.

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  SAFETY

  • Q.Is visiting solo to Jaipur a good decision safety-wise? Is it good as a family vacation spot?
    A.
    Jaipur is a popular tourist hub, and is absolutely safe for single women in their solo trips. Also, it is a great selection of place for family vacation.

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  • Q.What if a woman traveler on her solo trip approached by a man/boy for selfie?
    A.
    It's better to decline such proposals, because we are taught since as a kid "not to trust a stranger".

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  • Q.How safe is it to accept an invitation by local people?
    A.
    Unless you are sure that the local host has been treating foreigners since long or associated with some organization or travel agency, and until you are accompanied by a group, it is better not to accept any such invitations.

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  SHOPPING

  • Q.What souvenirs shall I buy from Jaipur?
    A.
    Jaipur is famous for clothing, precious stones and jewelries, carpets and handicrafts.

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  • Q.May we do bargaining at local streets of Jaipur?
    A.
    While dealing with the local shoppers, bargaining is quite suggested as a must to make the best of the deals.

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  • Q.Is the availability of cigarettes, cigars or tobacco easy?
    A.
    Yes, you would get these at local shops near your hotels. You may also buy the same from supermarkets.

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  • Q.If my driver suggests me a tourist shop, is it wise to go there?
    A.
    The drivers have normally a tie-up for commissions with the souvenir shops they would suggest. It's wise to read reviews of the shops before heading off straight.

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  • Q.Will I get some suggestions on purchasing something specific and unique of Jaipur?
    A.
    You would be assisted by us and guided to purchase the best and unique things city-wise.

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  • Q.Are the souvenir shops authenticated?
    A.
    Not all. That's why it is suggested to stick to the ones run by the government to be sure of the quality as well as the service.

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  TELEPHONE AND MOBILE/SIM CARDS

  • Q.Are the SIM cards easily available? How much do they cost?
    A.
    It is advisable to go for a prepaid SIM card while visiting India, which are available at quite an affordable price. But before that, make sure to use either a dual-SIM phone, or an unlocked version.

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  THINGS TO DO

  • Q.Can the local markets be explored by foreign tourists?
    A.
    Yes, why not. In fact, we suggest you to take a round of the local streets and markets to pick a souvenir or two, or to try the local delicacies.

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  • Q.Are there any provisions for culinary classes being arranged for the tourists?
    A.
    There are few hotels and resorts that arrange and organize for special culinary classes for the foreign travelers to attend and learn about Indian or local cuisines.

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  • Q.Are there any Yoga classes or naturopathy/wellness/ayurveda therapies in Jaipur?
    A.
    Yoga is quite commonly practiced and taught in Jaipur. About the wellness classes and ayurvedic therapies, you have to get in touch with the specific hotels for their tie-ups or professional trainers.

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  • Q.Must things to do in Jaipur?
    A.
    An elephant ride to Amer Fort, a treat to the tastebuds with some of the best local cuisines, and an exotic shopping spree are few of the things one should not miss in Jaipur.

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  • Q.What if we want to donate at NGOs, schools, hospitals or orphanages, old age homes etc.?
    A.
    You are most welcome to practice charity activities. For the same, it is advisable to pre-inform the travel agency or the hotel authority to lead you to the relevant contacts.

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  • Q.Can we get trained for classical Indian dances in Jaipur?
    A.
    Jaipur has a wonderful tradition of several folk dances. Among them, Ghoomar has recently been recognized internationally. However, being a tough one, it is not possible to train you in short time period, though you might learn a step or two.

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  TIPPING

  • Q.Are there any tipping advices, especially for the waiters, drivers and guides, or the airport representatives?
    A.
    It is not mandatory to tip anyone drivers, guides or representatives as their total fees include services charges too. However, for waiters, you may tip 15% of the total dining bill, albeit you are content with the service.

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  VACCINATIONS

  • Q.Vaccination required before traveling to India?
    A.
    Following are the vaccinations required before you are coming down to India, as recommended by WHO:
    • Adult diphtheria and tetanus vaccine
    • Hepatitis A vaccine
    • Hepatitis B vaccine
    • Oral Polio vaccine
    • Typhoid vaccine
    • Varicella
    • Japanese encephalitis
    • Meningococcal vaccine
    • Rabies vaccine
    • Yellow fever (YF) vaccine

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  • Q.Which are less important vaccines?
    A.
    There is nothing as less important, and all the WHO recommended vaccines are suggested to be taken before visiting India.

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  • Q.What are the essential medicines to carry when traveling to India?
    A.
    Some of the medicines to be kept in your medicine kit:
    • Analgesic medicines
    • Antihistamine Tablets
    • Cold and flu tablets
    • Cough lozenges
    • Motion sickness tablets
    • Diarrhoea Medicine
    • Antacid
    • Antiseptic Solution and Ointment
    • Band-aids
    • Insect Repellant
    • Sanitary napkins or tampons
    However, all these medicines are easily available at chemists in India.

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  VISA

  • Q.Is e-Visa valid in India?
    A.
    Yes, since 2010, Indian Government does accept e-Tourist Visa, e-Medical Visa and e-Business Visa for foreigners to travel in any city of the country.

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  • Q.How long is the e-Visa valid in India?
    A.
    E-Tourist visas and e-Business visas are valid for 1 year from the date of grant. The e-Medical Visa is valid for 60 days.

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  WATER AND DRINKS

  • Q.Should we drink bottled water in Jaipur?
    A.
    Yes, you are advised to drink only packaged bottled water while traveling to any cities in India.

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  • Q.How safe is it to drink tap water in India?
    A.
    Tap water should be strictly avoided while traveling to India.

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  • Q.Is bottled water easily available in Jaipur?
    A.
    Yes, they are available. But you should only buy the same from reliable places, and pick only the reputed brands widely available.

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  • Q.Is brushing advisable using tap water in Jaipur?
    A.
    It is better not to, and to use only the bottled water to avoid any contamination or stomach upset afterwards.

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  • Q.Are alcoholic drinks available easily in bars and hotels?
    A.
    Yes, every bar and hotels in Jaipur serve liquors and drinks like whiskey, vodka, gin, wine, and beer.

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  • Q.How safe is it to drink tea and coffee in Jaipur?
    A.
    There are several roadside stalls in Jaipur that sell tea and coffee served in earthen pots. They taste delicious and are a local delicacy, and at the same time safe to drink provided you are immune to them.

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  • Q.Is it safe to drink milk in Jaipur?
    A.
    Milk is sold in tetra packs as well as in cartons in Jaipur. You may drink either as per the convenience of your storage.

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  WEATHER

  • Q.When is the best time to explore Jaipur?
    A.
    Jaipur is the best and most enjoyable in winters between November-March.

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  • Q.Can we get more details about the weather conditions?
    A.
    Jaipur climate during the winter remains between the lowest of 5 degrees to a highest of 24 degrees.

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  • Q.When does the monsoon commence in Jaipur?
    A.
    Jaipur welcomes monsoon during July to September, of which August is the rainiest month.

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  • Q.Is the rainfall heavy during the monsoons?
    A.
    Monsoon is the off-season in Jaipur during July to September. It is, however, the best time to travel for those who want to enjoy nature in its natural hues and also to enjoy a less crowded city.

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