Travel to Samode

Samode Tourism

Samode travel refers to an exciting tour to this beautiful village which is located about 42 kilometers away from Jaipur on the Agra-Bikaner highway. Nestled in the foothills of the Aravali ranges, Samode is a small village which has many tourist attraction sites. The village offers a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Tourists willing to reach Samode can avail the roadways as the village is known to possess an extensive network of roads. Tourists may travel to Samode in the state transport buses that ply regularly. The tourists willing to reach Samode by rail or air can arrive at Jaipur, which is the nearest railhead and air terminus, and take a local transport thereafter.

Samode experiences an extreme climate with very hot summers and chilly winters. The maximum temperature of the village is recorded as 45°C; whereas, the minimum temperature is known to be 5°C. However, the best time to visit Samode is between October and March. Traveling to Samode during the winter months can be a delightful experience.

While on a tour to Samode one can visit the majestic Samode Palace. Situated about 40 kilometers northwest of Jaipur, this palace is an archetype of Rajasthani decor and architecture. Samode Palace was built during the 16th century and houses a rich legacy of the erstwhile rulers. The palace is known for its stained glass windows, intricately carved walls, painted ceilings and gorgeous chandeliers. It is noteworthy that presently the palace has been transformed into a heritage hotel with the latest state-of-the-art facilities. Tourists can a get a flavor of the princely luxury at Hotel Samode Palace.

How to Reach Samode

A little away from Jaipur, Samode is a beautiful heritage destination. The majestic palace, which dominates the cityscape, is the main attraction here.

Now-a-days, the palace has been converted into a heritage hotel. Romantic grandeur and dizzying opulence is a big lure for the travelers across the world. Good transportation network makes it easy to reach Samode.

By Air

Samode does not have any airport. Most convenient airports from Samode are the ones in Delhi (264kms) and Jaipur (40kms). Delhi has both domestic and international airports while Jaipur has only domestic one. Both the cities are a short drive away from Samode.

By Road

A good network of roads connect Samode with prominent north Indian cities. Delhi (264kms), the capital of India and Jaipur (40kms) the capital of Rajasthan are well linked to Samode by road.

By Train

The nearest railhead from Samode is Jaipur, which in only 40kms away from here. Jaipur being the capital of Rajasthan is connected to cities like: Delhi, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Mumbai and Kolkata by well laid-out rail network.

Shopping in Samode

Samode is small village near Jaipur in Rajasthan. The old palace of the erstwhile Prime Minister of Jaipur royal court is the main attraction here. The palace has today been converted to a hotel. A stay in this heritage hotel is a fabulous experience itself, which brings a huge number of tourists to Samode.

But there is not much for shopping in Samode. But the nearest city Jaipur offers great shopping delight. If you were a passionate shopper, you should opt for shopping in Jaipur.

Jaipur has a rich tradition of handicrafts and also many shopping joints. The city is famous for exquisite handicrafts. A little away from Jaipur, Sanganer is known for beautiful tie-and-dye and block printed saris. Other popular items for shopping in Jaipur include leather jutis, woodworks, which are also a traditional craft in Jaipur. You can also check out gems, jewellery and carpets.

You may also find assortment of traditional handicrafts from other areas of Rajasthan. The colorful markets with host of private shops are favorite places for touristy shopping in Jaipur. You can also explore the Government-run emporia and while shopping in Jaipur.

Places to see in Samode
  • Samode Palace
  • Fort of Sheograrh
  • Samode Bagh
More on tourist attractions on Samode

Last Updated on : September 25, 2013