Jaipur Sightseeing Tour
Jaipur Sightseeing Tour to visit the most famous sites of Pink City and Elephant Village Once in Jaipur, you cannot miss the most famous tourist attractions, such as Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Wind), Jantar Mantar (UNESCO World Heritage Observatory), the Jal Mahal water palace and the City Palace (the royal seat). This tour is unique as it takes you to the Elephant Village, where around 100 elephants and their mahouts live. By day, these elephants parade along the road to the foot of Amber Fort. From there they zigzag tourists to the main gate, and around noon they finish their work and return to their village. Don’t forget to use Booking.com coupon $25 on Findcouponhere.net for flight and hotel.
Jaipur Sightseeing Tour Package
Jaipur’s most famous landmark, the Palace of the Winds built in 1799 by Sawai Pratap Singh was actually intended for the royal household to get a glimpse of daily life in the city. The palace has levels of curved arches surmounting fairy windows with "jali” – lattice screens.
As a result, City Palace is one of the most famous landmarks and a major landmark in Jaipur. The magnificent development was designed by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh during his reign. Among the various fortifications and castles in Jaipur, Town Structure is unique with its excellent craftsmanship and structure. The complex city structure protects a large plaza, which is separated into a series of allotment gardens, courtyards, and structures.
The Jantar Mantar monument in Jaipur, Rajasthan is a collection of nineteen architectural astronomical instruments, built by the Rajput King Sawai Jai Singh and completed in 1738 CE. As a result, it features the biggest sandstone sundial in the world and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
As a result, one of the most magnificent destinations in Jaipur, on the steep hills outside the city, is the Amer Fort. (Amber Fort). It is an example of a fascinating blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture built in red sandstone and white marble. The highlight of the fort is the Sheesh Mahal (Palace of Mirrors), a palace known for its mirror craftsmanship.
India is home to 60% of all wild Asian elephants and about 20% of domestic elephants. In the 20th century, they are still used for religious processions, weddings, and parties and in the world of tourism. The government of Rajasthan regulates elephant tourism, ensuring that the elephants receive good care. They decide to create 2010 a village of Elephants "Hathi Gaon”. A housing project for more than 100 elephants and their Mahouts located at the foot of the hill of the Palais d’Ambre. Also, the idea of site planning was to shape a system that would help regenerate the landscape within a decade to approximate the tropical landscapes that are the natural habitat of elephants. Also, you can customised tours and include elephant riding.
As a result, Jal Mahal is a water palace located in the middle of the beautiful Man Sagar Lake in the city of Jaipur. Also, Jal Mahal is an outstanding structure of Rajput culture. The palace and the lake surrounding it were renovated and extended in the 18th century by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Amber. The magnificent five-story building is constructed of red sandstone.
Also read: 5 Main Reasons to Study in Australia