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Jaipur Day Tour with Bollywood Movie and a Visit to a Local Astrologer
"Start your evening in Jaipur the Pink City with a taste of luxury. Everyone will meet at City Palace ticket counter at 4:00PM and start exploring the palace.With a collection of royal Rajasthani costumes majestic courtyards lush gardens and a remarkable museum the City Palace is a unique monument we just couldn’t let you miss! From there
From $86.00
 
Jaipur Half-Day Cultural Cycling Tour
"Your tour begins with a pickup from your hotel and a transfer to the starting point of the small group cycling tour. Start early in the morning to avoid crowds and traffic on the streets. The tour gives you a thrilling overview of th known as the Hawa Mahal (or the palace of the winds). Head on to a quaint district of a local community and see the locals getting along their daily lives. Also see an old Haveli (Indian mansion). The tour has refreshment stops enroute that allows you to including – lassi which is a local buttermilk drink. Cycle along and marvel at the architecture of the Albert Hall Mueseum which dates back to 1887. Also see the historic Raj Mandir movie hall that has been showing Bollywood movies since 1976. Get a snapshot of the livelihood of the marble carvers who carve out exquisite items that are popular among tourists as souvenirs. Your tour also includes visit to an ancient Hindu temple. Admire the enchanting view of the City Palce located amidst a lake before ending your tour with an Indian breakfast at a 270 years old heritage haveli. Breakfast options include poha (flattened rice dish)
From $56.00
 
Evening Excursion: Guided Jaipur Sightseeing including Dinner and Folk Dance Performance
"Get picked up from your hotel in Jaipur at 6:00 PM and meet your expert guide before proceeding for an extraordinary exploration around the Pink City Jaipur. The legendary city of Jaipur is an epitome of Rajasthan’s heritage and royal legacy.Visi drive to Amber Fort a fascinating blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture that presents a beautiful photo opportunity for the visitors at the night. The gigantic fort is decorated with colorful lights and is an alluring sight to look at. With your guide proceed to the City P Jaipur’s most unique monument highlighting an interesting collection of royal Rajasthan-style costumes antique Pashmina garments lush gardens and majestic courtyards. Learn from your guide the history behind these historically significant places.Proceed to the Birla Temple dedicated to Hindu deity God Laxmi Narayan. Understand various parts of Hindu Mythology and learn about the religion and practices. After visiting the temple
From $50.00

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Rajasthani Culture is different

The Ghoomar dance from Udaipur and Fire dances of Jaisalmer have their own distinct style and portray the cultural heritage of Rajasthan. The music is simple but compelling, and the dances depict...
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Macaques and langurs

We are both rather fond of monkeys and enjoy watching their antics, as I believe many people do. It is those “almost human” traits that make them so appealing I reckon. And on this trip we got several...
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Our tour of Rajasthan

We originally planned on doing a group tour in India - not because we prefer travelling with a group (though we have enjoyed a few such tours in the past) but because my parents' frail health makes...
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Clothes Iron of Puskar

As I wandered the streets of Pushkar one afternoon I spotted this Clothes Iron across the street. Hmmmm....Looked like a cool photo opportunity! So I walked across the street focused and snap!! Well...
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Jaisalmer: organise a camel safari

In Jaisalmer, the main activity is organising a camel safari. I never had been on a camel before, neither did I travel that intensively in the desert and I really wanted to experience it.The season of...
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Camel safari: something about the daily routine

About every day we got into an addictive routine:1. At sunrise: preparing breakfast, doing dishes, saddling and packing the camels;2. Riding for about 3 hours;3. Unloading the camels, preparing lunch,...
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Camel safari: no chappatti, no chay!

My guide annex camelboy Lep was not very talkative. I tried to make a bit of conversation, but he always replied with "yes", "no" or "nothing". This attitude didn’t change much during the next 5 days....
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The faces of Rajasthan

Anyone who has visited some of my other VT pages will know that I enjoy street photography and shooting candid pictures of the local people. Unlike many places we have visited, I found everywhere in...
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Colourful lorries

Spending so many hours on the road with Mehar I found myself becoming fascinated by the effort that goes into the decoration of lorries here. These humble vehicles are adorned with images such as the...
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Camel Safari: something about camels

Camels are fairly relaxed and slow animals, that are much more easy to steer and ride than horses. Unlike during my horsetrek in Kyrgyzstan, I didn’t suffer from saddle soreness at all; I only felt...
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Camel safari: something about water

In this desert area are very few water sources, which are irregularly fed by pipelines from town. At these places it was always very crowded and lively. People from nearby settlements came to fill up...
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Camel safari: something about the work

During the camel safari, a lot of work has to be done, but it always irritated Lep if I wanted to assist him. I was allowed to help with collecting wood, though, a 2 times daily job. Then he could...
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Camel safari: sleep under the stars

During the second night, just after we were asleep, our dog woke me up with a lot of noise. This dog followed us all the time and defended it’s territory heroically. Suddenly a man stood besides my...
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Camel safari: absolute silence

The third day Lep proposed to make a short roundtrip and stay the whole afternoon around some beautiful dunes.He told me that we couldn’t complete our itinerary, since the area where we were up to had...
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Amber Fort

CHEATS !!! CHEATS !!! CHEATS !!!CHEATS !!!CHEATS !!! If you also got cheated by them write to tafdot@gmail.com making cc to tourismminister@nic.in Do not buy anything from here the price is double or...
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City Palace

Udaipur’s City Palace stands on the east bank of Pichola Lake. It was founded by Rana Udai Singh II in 1559 – according to legend he chose this spot on the advice of a hermit who was meditating here...
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Sam Desert Nights Club Jaisalmer

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Mehrangarh Fort

Mehrangarh Fort is one of Rajasthan’s most magnificent forts. Situated on a hill 140m above the city, Mehrangarh can be seen from around the city. The walls are 36m high and 21m wide. This invincible...
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Flying Fox Neemrana

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New Delhi

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