Unforgettable experiences in and around Jaipur – Times of India

Jul 19, 2022
For some amazing wildlife experiences while visiting Jaipur, you can go for the leopard safari at Jhalana and Amagarh.
Rope in a visit to Pushkar when visiting Jaipur. The Savitri Mata Ropeway is the best way to reach the Savitri Mata temple.On the way, you will get a bird’s eye view of Pushkar town, the surrounding desert and the majestic Aravali range.
A short distance from Jaipur, Neemrana is an ancient town well known for its many forts and palaces and adventure activities like flying-fox and ziplining.
Chokhi Dhani is a heritage village located just 40 mins from Jaipur. Chokhi Dhani is a great place to get to know the Rajasthani culture and heritage. Traditional dances like ghoomar, kalbeliya, terah-taali manjira, bhopa-bhopi and chari are some of the main attractions.
You can’t miss this UNESCO World Heritage Site, home to the world’s largest stone sundial. Jantar Mantar Jaipur is an example of excellent knowledge on astronomy.
This is a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. The wilderness camp is a sanctuary for the elephant and other wild animals in and around the property.
A beautiful treehouse stay in the Aravallis is what you need to unwind, and Tree House Resort in the gorgeous Syari Valley is just the place for you.
Ram Gopal Blue Pottery is a great place to do a quick lesson on the art of blue pottery making. They are open daily.
One of the most colourful doorways in India, the Partrika Gate is the beautiful entrance to the Jawahar Circle Park. This is one of the most photographed places in the city.
What better way to experience and understand local rajasthani culture than a visit to a village. Take jeep safari to one of the nearby villages and get the authentic Rajasthani experience.
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