5  great weekend getaways near Jaipur for you to explore after lockdown


5  great weekend getaways near Jaipur for you to explore after lockdown

 With our days spent in isolation, we all have been dreaming about the list of things we would love to do when the lockdown ends. We all are looking for a break from all the boredom and monotony we have been living with. If everything was normal then it would have been very hard to get bored in a city like Jaipur. A city filled with wonderful architecture, gorgeous forts, beautiful gardens, and well, some of the most exciting highway routes connecting to the most insane weekend getaways around the city.

Traveling is definitely one of the most missed things from the pre-pandemic world. We really can’t wait to explore new adventures once everything goes back to normal and with that, we also know the perfect way for you to start your traveling journey in the post-pandemic world. It’s always better if we start from short trips than longer ones and it’s even more fun when we have so many gorgeous locations waiting for us to explore around Jaipur for a perfect weekend. So here are 5-weekend getaways you can explore near Jaipur after lockdown –


  1. Pushkar –

 Well, who doesn’t know about Pushkar? It’s definitely one of the most popular tourist locations all over Rajasthan. Located just 148 km away from Jaipur, this religious town has something for everyone. It is considered to be one of the holiest places around Rajasthan being home to the rare Brahma Temple and sacred Pushkar Lake. It is also very popular for

its Pushkar Mela, a long festive fair celebrated in the month of November.

Apart from being a holy place, Pushkar has also become a popular attraction for a lot of youth and college trips. The pretty sceneries, soothing Pushkar ghats, cool cafes, ravish resorts, and a pretty vibe of the whole place makes this little town something that you keep coming back to.

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  1. Neemrana Fort –

 Neemrana fort palace is one of the oldest heritage resorts near Jaipur. This 553-year-old medieval palace turned hotel is a symbol of how much we honor and preserve the culture of Rajasthan. The architecture and the structure of the whole place are well preserved and are kept as authentic as possible so that you are able to travel back to medieval times of the 15th century with this ancient resort.


It’s perfect if you are an explorer and adventure lover as this palace is filled with long steep stairs which aren’t that easy to stroll through but that’s what makes it the most authentic of them all. This place really gives that royalty living experience we crave from all over Rajasthan.

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  1. Samode Palace –

 If you are someone who really wants to feel like a royal then there is a luxurious palace waiting for you at just 40 km from Jaipur. Yes, we are talking about the gorgeous 475-year-old Samode Palace. This place is not only popular among tourists but is also a very popular shooting spot for many big Bollywood movies. It definitely stands out with its breathtaking architecture and gorgeous artistic designs.


The special thing about this palace is that even after being that popular, it still gives you a very peaceful and discreet experience in nature-filled with beautiful Aravalli views. This peaceful breathtaking experience will definitely leave you asking for more.

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  1. Khimsar Sand Dune Village –

Who needs to travel to Dubai when you have a similar sand dune experience just 284 km away from home. We are talking about the very underrated Khimsar Sand Dunes Village. Located on the edge of the Great Thar Desert, the 16th century Khimsar Fort awaits you for a one-of-a-kind experience when you enjoy the rare sight of lush green gardens, ponds, and different species of birds in the middle of a desert.

The sunsets are breathtaking in this place and the all-over experience of the jeep safari among the great sand dunes is definitely no less than Dubai. If you are someone who loves desert adventures then this place is the one for you.

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  1. Mathura –

 If you are someone looking for some self-healing and a spiritual experience then Mathura is the place to be. 222 km away from Jaipur, this small town is worldwide famous for being the birthplace of Lord Krishna therefore this place holds a lot of importance in the Hindu religion. Situated along the bank of the holy river Yamuna, this town is home to some of the oldest, peaceful, and beautiful temples in India. The great Archaeological museum and the Vishram Ghat are one of the most popular spots of the town.

Mathura is also famous for its one-of-a-kind festivities during the Holi festival. The whole town comes together to celebrate and it truly feels like you are in a beautiful Bollywood movie during that time of the year.

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So what are you waiting for? Mark these beautiful locations on your travel list right now and start dreaming about your first weekend getaway after this lockdown!