Jaipur is a city with long lived past, culture and heritage of its own. After a scorching heat now the monsoon has arrived. This is the most pleasant time to explore the Jaipur and its nearby places. Adorned with grand forts, marvelous palaces, vibrant culture and luxurious hotels. Jaipur is a breathtakingly gorgeous destination which you must add to your bucket list. If you want to witness the mesmerizing view of how the royal city looks drenched in rain, then you should spend your Monsoon in Jaipur for sure. The city looks as charming as it will look on the canvas of a painter who just finished painting. Jaipur has everything sorted for you.
Here is a list of getaways you must visit in or nearby Jaipur.
Jal Mahal also known as Water palace located in the heart of the city, is a perfect spot to relax and set yourself free in mother nature’s arms. It’s the only place where every Jaipurite or visitor of Jaipur would just love to sit by and watch the magical lake and mesmerizing architecture of the palace. Sunrise and Sunset are the best times to visit the place. It’s a home to many migrating species of birds. It’s a perfect place to visit with family, kids and friends.
2. Bhangarh Fort
Bhangarh Fort being the most haunted place of India is situated in Alwar district,Rajasthan. It is 80 kms away from Jaipur. This place is definitely not for faint hearted people. It is situated in midst of Aravali hills. It’s a must visit place during monsoon.
3. Nahargarh Fort
Located in between the grand Aravali range, Nahargarh offers amazing view of the city. Once upon a time this fort was city’s three point defense strategy. This place is a prime tourist attraction. All thanks to it’s glorious past and history.
4. Abhaneri Stepwell
Abhaneri Stepwell also known as chand baori is situated in district Dausa. It is one of the deepest and largest stepwell in India. It is 64 feet deep and consists of 1000 perfectly symmetrical steps, of 13 storeys. This place looks more beautiful during monsoon as the water fills the baori.
5. Charan Mandir
Charan mandir is a very old temple situated in deep forest area of Nahargarh. It offers a magnificent view of the jungle and the Jaipur city if you climb on top of the temple. It is a perfect place in midst the greenery to spend a monsoon evening. Post trekking for around 2kms you can find a beautiful place namely “Hathini Kund” with a beautiful seasonal waterfall.
6. Panna Meena Ka Kund
Panna Meena ka kund or stepwell is situated near amber fort is the most beautiful heritage spot in Jaipur. If you visit it during monsoon, you will remember it for your whole life. It has it’s own aura which shines out during rains.
Jaldhara is a 40ft wellspring surrounded by wild trees species and greenery on JLN Marg. It has fountains, a waterfall and all swings for children. It is encompassed with trees and fake rocks. It is a spot for couples, friends and family. Little and lovely hovels alongside the Jaldhara attract everyone who visits here. This wellspring park has turned into the most loved of each Jaipurite since its opening and it is just as well known with the sightseers. It gets to be most visited places of Jaipur in the late spring in light because of the fact that nature of the Jaldhara stays cool in every get-away.
8. Jaigarh Fort
9. Chandlai Lake
10. Ramgarh Dam
Lakes are a best place to visit during the monsoon season. They’re an aesthetic beauty to the already beautiful city of Jaipur. Lakes are paradise of desert. It gives a sense of satisfaction and pleasure. There comes an artificial lake of Ramgarh about 30 kms from Jaipur. It attracts tourists during the monsoon. It is a dry dam , there’s not so much water as such but the place itself gas something to it.