The distance between Kota to Jaipur is almost 255 km. It takes five and half hours to reach Kota from Jaipur, with a break in between for tea and refreshments. The roads are very good, so one can reach Jaipur vey fast. From Kota, just follow NH 12 till Jaipur; crossing Bundi, Deoli and Tonk in between. The road is very good in most of the places except Deoli, where some construction is happening. There are restaurants at regular intervals, along the highway. Traffic is more or less the same, day or night.
Transport options from Kota to Jaipur
Kota to Jaipur By Car: Rent a car or hire a cab from Kota to drive down to Jaipur, which takes around five and a half hours. Cost of cab ranges from INR8 to INR22 per kilometre, depending upon the type of car. Recommended for group travellers, families and seniors.
Kota to Jaipur By Bus: Take a bus from Kota to Jaipur, a journey of around 6 hours. The bus stand at Jaipur is situated at a distance of about 2 km from the city centre. Ideal for backpackers and individual travellers.
Kota to Jaipur By Train: Take a direct train from Kota to Jaipur that takes around 4 hours. The Jaipur city centre is located at a distance of about 6 km from the railway station. Hire a taxi or rent a cab to reach the city centre. This mode of transport is ideal for group travellers, families with kids and seniors.
This train timing was suitable for us as per our program. We went to Jaipur with my family for son's examination. Next day was my son's exam. Train was neat and clean but try to travel in AC coach only.
Kalpana Travels is a good option for going from Kota to Jaipur. It offered semi sleeper at an amount of 250/- per person. The roads from Kota to Jaipur are in a good condition and night journey is preferred. Take your water bottles and any eatables before you board your bus.
This experience is good, also there is no problem in such journeys, because holidayiq reviews helped us a lot. Sometimes, I felt very bad for travelling in train because I don't like the train journey but this time the journey was good as I have all the things well-planned and managed.
As, I said train condition was so like broken toilet seats and sometimes no water. Which is most important and lastly the Sulabhsauchalya at Jaipur Station was in very bad condition , very dirty toilet like they had not been cleaned from ages and broken taps and long lines. Even foreign tourists were standing in the line, shameful.
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