Jaipur Walking Tour
See the city on foot!
- Learn the true colors and atmosphere of Jaipur with a three hour walking tour with an English speaking guide!
- Discover the world famous facade of Hawa Mahal (Wind Palace), built in the 18th century
- Explore the local streets and pass through the oldest and largest markets of the Pink City
- Witness the making of the famous Jaipuri sweet Rabri, directly from a 90 year old family kitchen
- Take a quick walk into the marble carver's area and witness the making of marble sculptures
- Interact with locals over cup of tea or coffee and learn about their daily ups and downs
What to expect
Get to know the real atmosphere and experience Jaipur from the earth level with this three hour walking tour of the city with the help of an English speaking guide! You'll meet the guide first thing in the morning at Chandpole Gate when your tour begins, and you'll learn about this dazzling piece of history, one of seven historic entry gates. Then you'll head to Hawa Mahal, otherwise known as the beautiful Wind Palace, and one of the most stunning examples of ancient Indian architecture in and around the city. After photographs, you'll see the Govind Dev Temple which had been built by the first of Jaipur's kings. You'll have plenty of time to walk and stroll around the city streets so you can visit the many local markets just bursting with wares and produce. While here, you'll even get to enjoy some local delicacies and snacks and enjoy a drink of lassi while you're at it! At a famous 90-year old kitchen, you'll be given the opportunity to watch Rabri being made. This famous sweet favorite, made of thickened, sweetent milk with layer upon layer of malai or cream, is full of caradmom, saffron, and dried fruits. You'll then jog on down to the district of marble carvers where you'll see craftsmen carefully plying their trade and creating artistic masterpieces. See Lord Rama's Temple and other out-of-the-way destinations, and learn about them from your guide before you round off the tour with tea and coffee with the locals, learning about their daily lives.