When touring India, the bazaars are a must see, and in the walls of the Blue City of Jodhpur, a brilliant array of handicrafts and traditional wares await you. After meeting your guide at the famous Clock Tower, you'll explore its surrounding markets, each one with its unique feature. Sadaar Bazaar sits right next to the Clock Tower and is a famous destination for tourists looking for local handicrafts, apparel and textiles, as well as an assortment of street food vendors. The next stop is Mochi Bazaar, which is best known for Jootis, or traditional Rajasthani footwear. If there's anything you will definitely want to take home as a souvenir, it's these beautiful footwear that come in a wide array of colors, patterns, and styles. Saved last is the incredible Tripolia Bazaar, otherwise known as the Shopping Paradise of India. This is the ultimate traditional shopping destination of choice for tourists and locals alike, and specializes in numerous items, such as precious stones, silver, lacquer bangles, textiles, and more. The precious stone and jewelry trade in Tripolia is so considerable that it's one of the major areas in the bazaar, and therefore the perfect place for shoppers to find that perfect trinket to buy for someone special back home. You also get the chance to meet some of the local artisans and craftsmen, and hear about the process of crafting some of the items that you see in the market, and it's a great way to end your shopping tour.