Jaipur is all about royal treatment. Tourists visit the Pink City for its old-world charm, ancient palaces, and diverse culture and traditions. Located roughly 300 km from the capital city, Jaipur is a beautiful destination for a road trip from Delhi. As beautiful and exciting as Jaipur is, the journey to visit this royal town is equally beautiful and rewarding. The drive is scenic, and there are many sightseeing spots, dhabas, and even hotels you can stop at on the way. 

So, if you’re planning a road trip from Delhi to Jaipur by car, here are some things you need to keep in mind.

Distance by road: Approx. 250-300 km (depending on the route)

Time taken by road: 6-7 hours

Best time to visit Jaipur: November - February

Routes you can take: Delhi to Jaipur Via NH 48, Delhi to Jaipur Via NH 48 and NH 248A

Best time to visit Jaipur via road

Any time of the year is good to take a Delhi to Jaipur road trip. However, the winter months are more pleasant compared to the hot summer months. The road conditions from Delhi to Jaipur are pretty good, so one can finish the drive in 6-7 hours, depending on the traffic. The best part is that there are many scenic locations and dhabas that you can stop at on the way to make your road trip even more enjoyable.

Here are the two Delhi to Jaipur road trip routes you can consider:

Delhi to Jaipur Via NH 48

This route starts from Delhi and goes through Gurgaon, Bhiwadi, and Neemrana and then reaches Jaipur. The distance from Delhi to Jaipur via NH 48 is approx. 250 km and the time taken is around 4-5 hours. This is a shorter route compared to the Delhi to Jaipur Via NH 48 and NH 248A route. 

Here are some places you can visit on the way:


Bhiwadi is near the Haryana-Rajasthan border. Jaisamand lake and Vijay Mandir Palaces are some places you can visit on your way to Jaipur from this town.


Popularly known for the Neemrana Fort and Palace, the sunset view from this place is magnificent! Take a break to soak in the scenic beauty of the Aravalli mountains before you resume your Delhi to Jaipur road trip.

Delhi to Jaipur Via NH 48 and NH 248A

This route starts from Delhi and goes through Gurgaon, Bhiwadi, Alwar, and Jaipur. It is a longer route compared to the previous one, but there are more spots to see on the way. The distance from Delhi to Jaipur through this route is approx. 330 km and the journey can be completed in 6-7 hours. 

Here are some places you can visit on the way:


The Alwar City Palace, built in the 18th century, is a historical monument you must visit on the way to Jaipur. The Alwar City Fort is another spot you should visit for its mesmerizing panoramic view.

Siliserh Lake

Located between Alwar and Sariska, the Siliserh is a nice spot for boating or watching the sunset from the banks of the lake.


If you love wildlife and nature, you’re in for a treat. Visit the Sariska National Park and Tiger Reserve. 

There are many dhabas serving delicious food on both routes. You can stop by for a cup of tea or a wholesome meal and get back to driving feeling all energetic again!

A road trip sure is an exciting activity, but it is also equally tiring. Once you reach Jaipur, plan your stay at Jaipur resort hosted by Club Mahindra. Experience royalty with splendid architecture, flavourful food, and the best amenities and services. Treat yourself to a relaxing Svaastha spa experience after the long drive, and start your Jaipur trip refreshed. 

The best part about travelling is the journey. Delhi to Jaipur road trip has some of the most scenic spots on the way and dhabas offering flavourful food. It is an adventurous experience that one should try at least once!

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