Top 5 Places in Jaipur To Enjoy the Monsoon Magic

20 07 2015

Experiencing Jaipur during rains is quite an experience. The dust is washed away, the carpet of lush greenery is laid and a dash of romance is added to make you fall in love with the spellbinding beauty of the city all over again. There are few spots in Jaipur that are worth exploring to enjoy pitter-patter to the fullest.

Jaigarh Fort
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At any given time of the year, Jaigarh Fort is an ideal place to visit and undeniably, a must- visit in monsoon. During rains the fort and its lush green surrounding turns extremely breathtaking and pristine.

Jal Mahal
Jal Mahal Jaipur

Another, one of the most sought after monsoon destinations of Jaipur. Literally a ‘Water Palace’, it beauty lies in its location as the palace stands in the centre of the lake with a beautiful backdrop of green carpeted Mountains. An amazing place to revel in the romance of rains. (Image via travelasvolunteer.org)

Nahargarh Fort

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When the entire city is revived and gets a new lease of life, it becomes absolutely a sight to catch from top of the Nahargarh fort. Don’t forget to get your best camera and binoculars to get the best capture.  (Image via Avinash Maurya)

Amer Fort

amer fort of Jaipur
There is a special charm about the Amer Fort during the rains, which is hard to ignore. It is the iconic attraction of the city and needs to be a must on your itinerary. (Image via geekPhotography)

Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh

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The beauty of refreshing greens of Sisodia Rani ka Bagh is taken to a whole different level while it begins to pour. A perfect place to drive to in the rainy season. (Image via MakeMyTrip)

Plan with us a wonderful trip to Jaipur this Monsoon to experience the beautiful and soul-nourishing side of Rajasthan. With a close proximity to top tourist destinations, Devraj Niwas, Jaipur is the best boutique hotel to stay and experience excellent services. Check out our website to get glimpse of our property and book your stay : http://www.devrajniwas.com/

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