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Rajasthan/jaipur Self Drive Car Hire


Terms & Conditions : Self Drive 

  • Cards issued by all Indian banks and also international credit cards accepted.. Other terms as per rental agreement apply.
  • Customer must be minimum 25 years of age and should possess a valid driving license for at least 2 years with no endorsement.
  • Foreigners should possess a valid international driving license.
  • Customer must also carry a valid identification document like passport.
  • Cost of fuel to be borne by renter. The car will be supplied with a full tank and is to be returned with a full tank. Customer must return the car to its original rental location.
  • Car or theft of accessories. Amount of deposit varies as per car.
  • Other terms as per rental agreement apply.
  • A refundable deposit is applicable for all cars, which will be forfeited in case of accident / damage / scratch to the
  • The client will be fully responsible for daily upkeep, police Challans, interstate taxes, minor maintenance,offenses or misuse of any kind of the car.

RAJASTHAN RAJASTHAN, land of a people who are brave and chivalrous, is a land of superlatives-every thing herein is breathtakingly beautiful, impressive and fascinating. It is packed with history, art and culture that goes back several centuries. Rajasthan has a total area of 343,000 sq. km and the most striking feature of this land is its division by the majestic Aravalli range which runs from north east to south-west for about 688 km. Northwest of the Aravallis are the Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Barmer and Bikaner regions, it is the home of arid plains and the shifting sand dunes of the great Thar Desert. The other side of the hills is a land of rich in vegetation - Aravalli.

Rajasthan is among the richest states in the country as far as the field of arts and crafts is concerned. Stone, clay, leather, wood, ivory, lac, glass, brass, silver, gold and textiles are given the most brilliant forms. Some of the popular crafts are, Meenakari, Jewelry, Ivory, Lac and Glass, Sandalwood and Wood, Stone, Hand Printing fabrics, mirror work costumes etc.

Jaipur
Jaipur forms part of India's popular Golden Triangle Tourist Circuit,and attract the visitors with its evocative remnants of a bygone era .The "Pink City" of Jaipur is full of ancient palaces and forts, with most of them boasting stunning views and elaborate architecture. Jaipur forms part of India's popular Golden Triangle Tourist Circuit, and lures visitors with its evocative remnants of a bygone era, Jaipur is also particularly enjoyable. The city has some incredible heritage hotels that have been converted from old palaces, giving guests a very regal experience. It will give you the feel for how the monarchy once lived in all its glory. Staying in Jaipur is also particularly enjoyable. The city has some incredible heritage hotels that have been converted from old palaces, giving guests a very regal experience!

JaipurPlaces to Visit in Jaipur

Albert Hall Museum
The Albert Hall Museum is modeled on the Albert Museum of London and represents the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture . Albert Hall Museum which is also known as the Central Museum, sited amid the gardens of Ram Niwas Bagh in Jaipur,this the oldest museums in the state of Rajasthan . . located in housed in Ram Niwas Bagh in Jaipur, Rajasthan .

JaipurThe City Palace
The City Palace is a stunning sample of architecture in the royal city of Jaipur. The beautifully caved marble interiors, magnificent pillars, jali or lattice work and inlaid ornamentations make the palace a cherished tourist attraction.The foundations of the palace were laid by Maharaja Jai Singh II Kacchawaha Rajput king of Amber in the 18th century.The architect of this opulent structure Colonal Jacob has successfully combined the Mughal, Rajput and European styles of architecture. jaleb Chowk and Tripolia Gate are the two main entrances to the City Palace Jaipur - Rajasthan .

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Hawa Mehal
Hawa Mahal is a place which should not be missed to visit . The Mahal was constructed by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799. True to the name it earned as the 'Palace of the Winds', Hawa Mahal has 953 windows to provide ventilation. five-storey building does not have steps to reach upper floors. Slopes connect the storeys and it is said that the Mahal was constructed to enable the Royal women of Rajput family to view the happenings in the city.

Jaipur
Dera Amer Elephant Safari
If you are thinking to visit jaipur then you also would not want to miss Elephant Safari. The hills behind Amer fort is the right place. This is where Dera Amer is situated and it is the foothills of Aravali Range. You will enjoy the elephant safari in the serene atmosphere. The ride will take you through fields, fortress and to the camp in the middle of Aravali forests

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Jal Mahal
The Jal Mahal is 4km to the north of Jaipur and is located on the main Amer-Jaipur road. The Jal Mahal was constructed from pink sandstone and follows the classical Rajput symmetrical style which is found throughout of Rajasthan , the Water Palace from the banks of Lake Sagar are often unaware of the technological and design achievements of the ancient palace.

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Birla mandir
The popular architectural Birla Temple is wonder of Jaipur. Located below the Moti Dungri Hill, Birla Mandir is easily accessible from the city of Jaipur.The origional name of the temple is Laxmi Narayan Temple, yet it is more popular as Birla Temple being made by the Birlas.This temple is made by white marbels.



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