Monsoon is finally here in Jaipur and keeping in mind that it’s good to have chai and Pakodas with some slow music, it’s also the perfect time to take a break from your job and getaway.
Get through the list to explore the Places to Visit in Jaipur in Monsoon:

1. A photography session at Maota Lake

At the foot of the Amer Fort, Maota Lake has an island covered with lush gardens, including a saffron garden.

Places to Visit in Jaipur in Monsoon
Maota Lake

Maota lake bathes the pink city in its charm in the monsoon, which gives the photographers a perfect chance to find the right minute to capture this supreme visual pleasure.

2. A trek to Charan Mandir

The best part of this little walk is the view of Jal Mahal and it’s the beauty you see on the way. Well, really! Beautiful royal architecture in the lake! As you walk through the path, you’ll discover a ton of greenery.  The route of this trek is a mix of paved surface and shrubs and bushes. If you are lucky, you can spot several species of birds. The ideal time to trek is from July to March when the weather supports our adventure.
 
It’s a bit rough terrain as it’s not cleared, and you’re going to need to find your way through the shrubs. Be that as it may, in case you’re really into hiking, you’re going to love this path.

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3. A traditional day out at Chokhi Dhani

Places to Visit in Jaipur in Monsoon
Chokhi Dhani

Pondering encountering all that Rajasthan brings to the table in one place? From the delicious Rajasthan cuisine to the renowned puppet show, Chokhi Dhani will make your holiday an exceptional one.

4. A drive to Jal Mahal

Jal Mahal is one of the most loved and visited by Jaipurites. Come by, sit and relax while you watch the serene lake and picturesque architecture.
Go at the time of sunrise and sunset for a beautiful view and stunning pictures.

5. Nahargarh Fort and Padao Restaurant

Places to Visit in Jaipur in Monsoon
Nahargarh Fort

This magnificent fort stands at the edge of Aravali Hills beholding the panoramic view of the city. With the outset of monsoons, the weather becomes breezy and pleasant, view greener and the visit more delightful.
Visit, sit back and enjoy the view from the Padao Resturant and why not take some breathtaking clicks for your feed.
Fun Fact, movies like Shudh Desi Romance and Rang De Basanti has been shot at the Nahargarh Fort too.

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