How to Plan a Jaipur Trip Under Rs 5000
Jaipur, known as the Pink City, is a treasure trove of history, culture, and vibrant experiences. While it's famous for its opulent palaces and forts, you can explore this royal city on a budget without compromising on the fun. In this blog, we'll guide you on how to plan a 2-day trip to Jaipur under Rs 5000, including an affordable stay at our very own ArtBuzz Jaipur hostel, priced at just Rs 400 per night.
Day 1: Exploring Jaipur's Heritage
Amber Fort: Rise and shine like a royal explorer! Start your day at Amber Fort, where history meets your inner adventurer. Entry fee: Rs 100 (Indian citizens).
Jaigarh Fort: Channel your inner conqueror at Jaigarh Fort, home to the world's largest cannon on wheels. We promise it won't roll away! Entry fee: Rs 70 (Indian citizens).
Breakfast at Rawat ki Kachori and Lassi: Fuel up with breakfast at Rawat – where kachoris are crispy and lassis are the size of your dreams. Cost: Approximately Rs 150 (for your taste buds' happiness).
City Palace and Hawa Mahal: Walk like a royalty detector at the City Palace and pretend to be the queen of the breeze at Hawa Mahal. Entry fee for City Palace: Rs 200 (Indian citizens).
Albert Hall Museum: You've got the Hall Pass to knowledge and art at Albert Hall Museum. Be prepared to be impressed! Entry fee: Rs 40 (Indian citizens).
Lunch at a Local Eatery: Time for a street food showdown! Enjoy a Rajasthani thali or street food for a budget-friendly lunch, costing around Rs 200 (because street food = street cred).
Dinner at a Local Restaurant: Dinner, anyone? Savor the ﬂavors of Rajasthan at a local restaurant, spending approximately Rs 300 (because food = happiness).
Day 2: Arts, Culture, and Shopping
Breakfast at the Hostel: Start your day with breakfast at ArtBuzz Jaipur hostel (not included in your stay). Or, discover the quirkiest breakfast options in town for about Rs 100.
Jantar Mantar: Get your inner Einstein ready and explore the Jantar Mantar, a giant playground for celestial geeks. Entry fee: Rs 50 (Indian citizens).
Nahargarh Fort: Hike up to Nahargarh Fort for epic views that make you feel like you're on top of the world. Entry fee: Rs 50 (Indian citizens).
Lunch at a Local Café: Lunchtime – it's cafe-crawl o'clock! Grab a quick and delicious meal at a local café, spending around Rs 200 (because cafes = cozy coolness).
Shopping: Unleash your inner shopaholic at local markets like Johari Bazaar and Bapu Bazaar. Budget: Rs 500 (shopping = your own retail therapy).
Relax at the Hostel: Time to kick back and relax at ArtBuzz Jaipur hostel, where you can socialize, play games, or perfect your funny travel stories.
Dinner at the Hostel: Dinner's on us! Enjoy a sumptuous dinner at the Palate & Plate Cafe - By ArtBuzz Jaipur!
With a budget of Rs 5000 and a sense of adventure, you can rule the Pink City while staying at the wallet-friendly ArtBuzz Jaipur hostel. This itinerary is packed with history, humor, and a heap of haggling for souvenirs. Jaipur on a budget? Challenge accepted, and conquered!