Living it up at magnificent Jaipur
The city of Jaipur was founded in 1727 by Jai Singh II, the Raja of Amer who ruled from 1688 to 1743. During the rule of Sawai Ram Singh, the city was painted pink to welcome Prince Edward VII. Most of Jaipur is still pink, due to which it’s known as the Pink city. Jaipur is a magical city which has so much to see and explore. There are innumerable forts to visit, ancient ruins and temples to explore.
You have to taste a culture to understand it.Deborah Cater
- Destination: Rajasthan
- Location: Jaipur
- Google Map Co-ordinates: 26.9124° N, 75.7873° E
- Nearest City (Airport): Jaipur
- Nearest City (Railway Station): Jaipur
- Duration: 3N / 4D
- Dates: On request
- Level: Easy
- Guide: Available
- Price: On request
We promise to help you discover a different side of Jaipur in the three days that you are going to spend with us. You will experience the adrenaline rush while spending time with the elephants, creating your own Sanganer masterpiece and walking through the ghostly town of Bhangarh.
- Day 1 – Day with the majestic elephants
- Spend your day with the magnificent elephants. Under the guidance of the expert mahouts you will get to bath and feed the elephants. If you wish you can also paint and decorate them. And how can your day be over without the much rewarding elephant ride. Stay at Heritage Hotel
- Day 2 – Visit a famous ancient Hindu pilgrimage - Galtaji and Sanganer
- Within the mountain pass of Aravali Hills in the town of Khania-Balaji is a famous ancient Hindu pilgrimage site - Galtaji. There are several temples and sacred kunds (water tanks) in this religious site. The main temple is the Temple of Galtaji, built in pink stone. After lunch you will visit Sanganer village. It is a major centre for very fine block-cutting and printing. Sanganeri printing is more than 500 years old. Sanganer prints are always printed on white backgrounds using bright colours. You will get to witness this mesmerising art unfold on a plain sheet of cloth in front of your eyes. If you wish you can also get creative and create your own master piece. Stay at Heritage Hotel
- Day 3 – The Ghost Town
- Bhangarh fort is famously known as the most haunted places in India. The village of Bhangarh is also famous for its historical ruins. It has some of the most remarkable ancient Hindu Temples of Gopinath, Shiva (Someshwar), Hanuman, and Ganesh Vishal Devta. There are several havelis, a mosque, a palace and several small shops that are lined along the main road. The town was established in 1573 (VS 1631) during the rule of Bhagwat Das as the residence of his second son Madho Singh. Stay at Heritage hotel.
- Day 4 – Check out after breakfast for onward journey.
- Accommodation at Heritage Hotel (AC Room - Twin Sharing)
- Elephant painting / activities at the elephant camp
- Visit to Galta ancient temple site
- Visit to Sanganer Village
- Visit to Bhangarh
- Entry fee at all the monuments
- English speaking guide
- All Assistance
- Food & Beverages: Breakfast & Dinner at the hotel
- Transportation: AC CAR / AC Tempo Traveller
- Personal Expenses
- Camera Charges
- Phone Calls
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