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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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Jodhpur: excellent place to explore for a day!

In Jodphur (pop. 0,8 mio) is a lot to explore, local people are strikingly friendly and the rickshaws must be the most beautiful in the world! I arrived by nighttrain from Jaisalmer at 5am; still...
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Pushkar: my love...

It was not the kind of ambiance to which I adapted immediately, but Pushkar grew as I stayed longer and after few days, I really started to love this place, that lacks real attractions for a tourist....
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Udaipur: for Indian standards - an attractive city

I found Udaipur quite an attractive city with it’s small and lively streets, it’s marvellous City Palace, and with it’s unforgettable sunset views over the Lake from the rooftop restaurantsOn top of...
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Pushkar: important temples dedicated to Brahma

Pushkar is such an important place for Hindu followers, because it’s main temple is the only one in the world where Brahma is worshipped. Besides this important Brahma Temple, there’s are a couple of...
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Jaipur: an interesting observatory... and more

I just wasn’t in the mood to stay voluntarily in this lively and colourful, but also hot, crowded, chaotic, noisy, polluted and overpriced city where rickshaw drivers never left me alone. I arrived in...
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Fatehpur Sikri: splendour and lot of hassles

At the historical site of Fatehpur Sikri you will find another complex full of splendour of a former Maharadja. I didn’t visit the palace due to high admission fee, but the adjacent fabulous Masjid...
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Agra: some very handsome structures

I took the night train to Jaipur, but when we arrived in Agra that morning, I decided to go off early. A fellow traveller had told me about some awesome structures there, such as the not unknown Taj...
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Varanasi: Cremation places

The public cremation places along the Ganges river are very interesting for a visit -if you can show enough respect! Bodies from all over India are carried here, immersed in the Ganges and set on fire...
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Varanasi: India's religious capital

Varanasi, India’s religious capital situated along the holy Ganges river, is one of the most fascinating cities I've ever seen!The mazes of small alleys are bubbling over with life and activity. In...
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Varanasi: rent a boat!

Besides numerous walks along the riverside you may like to rent a boat for an hour or so as well!The riverside is teeming with life and you can observe people meditating, bathing, washing clothes (I...
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Jaipur

Whilst you are passing through Rajasthan, Jaipur is not to be missed. Often known as "Pink City," Jaipur can make you sigh with its charming Hawa Mahal displaying intricately carved windows. Mirror...
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Bharatpur

Agra and Jaipur. Keoladeo Ghana National Park is more popularly known as Bharatpur bird sancury. The park can be visited by hiring a cycle rikshaw or bycycle. The large park is sanctuary for many...
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Fatehpur Sikhri

Fatehpur Sikri is a fortified city built by King Akbar. He had three wives, a Hindu, a Muslim and a Christian. The beautiful architectures in Fatehpur Sikri reflects the fusion of the religions....
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Jodhpur

Jodhpur, also known as the "Blue City" is one of the most beautiful in Rajasthan. Like nearly everywhere you also have a Moghul fort and palace overlooking the blue painted houses.
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Jacob Road, Civil Lines, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302 006, India
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Post Box No. 5, Lake Pichola, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313 001, India
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On Fort, Kotri Para, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India
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