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Special Activities


Amber Elephant Stable Visit
Guests can watch mahout (elephant handler) how they give bath, food to elephant and do decoration on elephants, visit will be around 30 minuets at 0700 hours before going to Amber Fort. They can meet the elephant handler.

 

Please note at Amber Fort there is a maximum of two passengers allowed on an elephant at one time. Elephant ride is not permitted downhill. Furthermore, the elephant ride is subject to availability and conducted from 0700 hours onwards and where in only 90 elephants are allowed with each elephant making only 3 rides a day in summer and 05 rides in winter. We would therefore recommend that you leave for the excursion early morning. The Ride will be provided on a first come, first served basis.

Amber Elephant Stable Visit
The son-et-lumière show is mounted at Amber Fort in Jaipur. The show is set in an exotic location, with the giant panoramic view of Amber Fort in front, the rising Jaigarh fort on the left, the hills at the back and the gallery itself in the Kesar Kiyari Complex of Maota Lake.Covers the story of Amber Fort & Jaipur dynasty, with appropriate blend of history, anecdotes, music and effects.Show runs daily in sequence 1st English (7:30 pm) and 2nd Hindi (8:30 pm). Timings are revised through the year in accordance with the change in daylight timings. The gallery can accommodate 300 persons. Currently in English & Hindi - plans afoot for simultaneous watching in multiple languages. Duration of the show: approximately 52 minutes.

Amber holds the history of a citadel, pulsating with a legendry past of 600 years and 28 kings of the Kachhwaha dynasty, before their capital moved to Jaipur. Through their unique diplomacy of strategic alliances, their valor and strength, the rulers not only established a long dynasty but, in time, also played a part in changing the destiny of medieval India

Through this son-et- lumière spectacle, an attempt has been made to revive the pride of Amber and bring forth the traditions that coloured the lives of its people and the pomp that once existed in its fullest form.This musical extravaganza has highlighted the local legends, folklore, with a myriad of music that continues to give Rajasthan its unique identity.The show is a simple attempt to end the silence that had long fallen upon Amber - for the spirit of Amber is eternal.

Script (Hindi): Gulzar
Script adaptation (English):Mrinalini Ghadiok
Lead Voice:Amitabh Bachchan (Hindi), Jitender Ramprakash (English)
Project Manager: Mukesh Bhargava
Music:Bhavdeep Jaipurwale
Lead Singers: Ustad Sultan Khan, Shubha Mudgal
Lighting Design & Direction:Mandala (Manav Bhargava)
Logistics & Design: Mandala

Kindly note that the Light and sound show will closed during the Navratara periods

English Show 1930 Hrs to 2030 Hrs. Charges Rs.220/- Per Person
Hindi Show 2030 Hrs to 2130 Hrs. Charges Rs.110/- Per Person

DERA AMER
Dera Amer situated behind the hills of the famous Amer Fort is the ideal location for outdoor recreational and adventure activities in very close proximity to the city of Jaipur. The Camp is located at the foothills of the Aravali Range and surrounded by the wilderness of a reserved forest with no urban civilization in the vicinity, just a few hamlets housing the local villagers occupied by farming on the their fields bordering a pretty lake.

A local Rajput family who themselves reside in the area organize elephant, horse and camel safaris in the jungle using their beautiful home and camp as base as well as getting the guests to interact with the local farmers in the village. he camp also provides meals, breakfast, lunch, dinner or just high tea of excellent quality and variety in a presonalised environment and are fully equipped to cater to any number of people efficiently, while the elaborate bar serves the most exotic cocktails in a rustic yet luxurious atmosphere.Spectacular fireworks from the hills and the finest of musicians and folk artists provide entertainment to the guests while the main hall makes the ideal area for dancing and organizing a DJ night for any party.Luxurious tents are available to provide accomodation away from the stress of the city and in the most peacefull ambience. A wonderful day of leisure in the comfort of an exclusive and personalised environment and beautiful setting

Elephant Safari
The Elephant Safari is conducted in the natural and serene area surrounding the camp of Dera Amer-after a welcome drink and feeding the elephants the guests are seated max 2 on each elephant and sent on a picturesque track following a local tribal guide passing by village hutments, fields, medival fortress (let up with mashals at night) and monument finally arriving at the camp situated in the middle of the forest to a grand welcome. Cocktail / Champagne on elephant back.

JAIPUR

Heritage Walk or walking tour
The old town has a unique charm, which captivates the hearts of visitors, to experience the spirit of Jaipur it is essential to walk through the old town and closely observe the nature of its architectural traditions. With a view which offers a sensitive revelation of the city to tourist and the citizen themselves.
We have planned the heritage walk of Jaipur. There is some monumental building in Jaipur, its architectural character. Jaipur has two distinct parts the inside the wall and outside the wall. The house is entered through a finely carved door inside the courtyard become the central family space around which the various other spaces are functionally arranged. Some house has several courtyards. Outer part developed along the main road and around the park which surrounded by stately government building. Residential villas
Various walks in the old city for 30-45 minutes

Visit to Chetak Stud Farm
The Chetak Stud Farm was started in 1979 at Jaipur by Late Colonel Govind Singh,Vr. C. who was the Commandant of the elite Sixty First Cavalry Regiment of the Indian Army. 61st Cavalry is today the only Horse Cavalry Regiment in the World. The farm is named after the legendary Indian horse called Chetak the Stud Farm is spread over three units in Jaipur and has a total of 175 horses out of which it has 70 Mares, 60 Foals/Weanings & 40 yearlings besides 3 sstallions( One from USA named White Croen, another from France called Reasonable & Bold Cruiser from New Zealand)This stud farm is a renowned name in the Indian Racing Industry as it has had the privelege of producing Derby & Classic Winners. The famous Irish stallin - THERMOTURGE also belonged to this Stud Farm. The Stud Farm is now being managed by Colonel's son Singh and his wife is a Polo in Europe & USA.The couple also owns Race Horses at all Major Indian Racing Centres.

Kite flying
Kindly note that the Kite Festival is a popular festival of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Kite flying is enjoyed by people of all age-groups. However, 14 January, the day of Makar Sankranti, makes the official day for flying kites in Jaipur. People make most out of the festival by flying kites for the whole day. The sky becomes next to invisible as innumerable kites cover it. People form groups and fly kites, to enjoy the event to its full. With each cut loose of a kite, people fill the environment shouting, eople shout from their terrace as adversary's kite is cut down. Everyone is an adversary in this game and each kite is a competitor for the other. Engrossed in Kite flying, people enjoy loud music and food on the terrace itself. In Jaipur, the sky looks like a huge collage with all kites of all shapes and designs in it.

In every five years, the Kite Festival is organized by the Government of Rajasthan, where expert Kite makers show off their kites. Sometimes, these kites are as huge as 1.5km and are designed in different shapes. Such kites often carry social messages; depict social issues or even caricatures of politicians. The Kite Festival has become popular recently among the tourists, who can too participate in the different kite flying competitions

Soft adventure programme around Jaipur

Camel ride and lunch at ABHANERI Village, Dist- Dausa between Agra- Jaipur drive

Introduction
Abhaneri village is situated on the Jaipur / Agra highway ( NH 11 ) near sikandra in Dausa district. It is an ancient village in Rajasthan famous for its post Gupta or early medieval monuments. The village has contributed numerous pieces of sculpture to various museums worldwide. The name of the village Abhaneri is so called because the local Goddess Harshat Mata is shown portrayed in a joyous mood and spreads brightness or abha all around . the village's original name was Abha Nagri. The village is said to have been founded by the legendry king Raja Chand and thus the village could be over three thousand years old. It is, however, felt, that the mythological Raja Chand could be King Bhoj , who ruled Gurjar Kingdom in the ninth century.

Harsaht Mata Temple
The harshat mata temple dates back to the tenth century AD. Daily worship is offered to the deity in the temple the ruins of the temple conferm to 10th century architectural and sculptural styles. All walls & styles surroundings around the temple were of carved stone depicting the abodes of God & Goddess Aradhnarishwar , Nag -Nagin , Prem mudrakan , Natraj , Lors Vishnu & Budhas .this temple was looted and destroyed by the Mughals is in ruins and pieces of sculpture showing a fine degree of craftsmanship lie strewn around .the Archeological Survey Of India is trying to restore the temple. An annual fair is held in honor of Goddess Harshat Mata which lasts three days and numerous devotes and merchants gather from neighbouring villages . the staute of Harshat Mata originally was of blue sapphire.

Chand Bauori
Chand bauori about 100 feet deep open well with flights of steps on three sides is another 10th century monument. Nobnody has been able to count the steps. one can see the two royal toilets with carved windows and Jharokhas , which were used by the Kings & Queens. The water for the royal toilets was used to be pulled from the Bauori with the helps of bulls. There are three tunnels which have opening about 20 kms. Away from Chand Bauori , which were being used by the ruleas as escape route in case of attack by the enemies.an encyclopedia of stone architecture showing a fine degree of craftsmanship lie strewn all around the village . in fact Chand Bauori is a unique example of its own kind of stone architecture where one can see the ladies figures with various kinds of musical instruments and the dancing posses.

WE CAN ARRANGE THE CAMEL RIDE AT ABHANERI VILLAGE AND GROUP CAN HAVE LUNCH AT ABHANERI RESORT

Naila excursion
Naila is 15 kms from Jaipur. It is a small replica of Jaipur with similar gate names like Chand Pol and Suraj Pol, a Chandra Mahal like in the Jaipur City Palace and also broad streets with squares. The village is rich in culture and handicrafts. Naila is well known since President Clinton's visit on 23 March 2000. He visited the ladies co-operative which aims at making the village women self-confident and self-sufficient by providing them loans. He liked the place so much that he came back again on personal visit when he visited India to meet the Gujarat earthquake victims.
Hot air ballooning ride from Oct to March only

A hot-air balloon flight offers you India from a different vantage. The entire process from start to finish includes watching the inflations, the prepping up, the flight itself and the landing.

The Pilot controls the burner which looks like a flame thrower which heats the air inside the balloon to make it rise. After you are helped into the basket, the pilot releases the ropes that hold the balloon to the ground, the basket sways a little, there is a sudden flare of flames above, and you are up, up and away ! You sense at being one with the sky, and look down at a world that looks up at you!

The best time to lift-off is at dawn or before sunset.

Pick-up 30 to 45 minutes before sunrise or 3 hours before sunset

Launch preparations 20 minutes with tea/coffee and cookies. Passengers are free to take pictures however need to adhere to safety norms as instructed. No smoking or use of mobile phones is permitted on site and during the flight due to safety reasons.

Flight 60 minutes (+/- 10 minutes)

Mineral water is available on the flight

Post flight Activities 15 to 20 minutes, including awarding of the Flight Certificate by the Pilot

Drive to the hotel 30 to 45 minutes

Total experience 3 to 3 ½ hours

Sky Waltz Hot-air Ballooning constitutes experienced technical crew, commercial pilots and experts around the globe. We implicitly follow all international security and maintenance norms and our men, passengers and equipment are comprehensively insured by Allianz as per global aviation norms. We offer a full-refund (or an option to fly on the next available flight) should the flight be cancelled due to weather, something not available with many ballooning companies world-wide.

There will be two balloons with a total seating capacity of 11 passengers & operate 06 days a week two flight one each in the Morning & Evening would be conducted. Timing -Morning 0630 to 0930 hours & Evening 1600 hours to 1800 hours Durations - 01 OCT to 31 March
We suggest you rent the movie: A Passage to India. It will give you a glimpse of all the glories that await you during this exciting journey of a lifetime

Rickshaw Ride
This evening we have the opportunity to experience a man-pulled cycle rickshaw ride or spend time walking around the colorful local bazaars and Temple visit - Aarti ceremony - Birla temple

And also

. Jeep ride at the Amber Fort

. Turbans & Saree tying

. Yoga and meditation

NAHARGAHR FORT
It is 15 Km from Jaipur beyond the bills of Jaigarh and is like a watchful sentinel guarding Sawai Jai Singh's beautiful capital. Much of the original structures are in ruins. From atop a hill, the fort offers a scenic view of the city below.dinner can be arranged at restaurant.

AMBER ELEPHANT STABLE VISIT:

Guests can watch mahout (elephant handler) how they give bath, food to elephant and do decoration on elephants; visit will be around 30 minuets at 0700 hours before going to Amber Fort. They can meet the elephant handler.

ELEPHANT VILLAGE

The ambitious of haathi gram (elephant village) was of the project is to shift 51 families of elephant owners and mahouts to the village located at Kunda near Amber. The idea is to accommodate all the elephants and their caretakers at one place. Besides, the tourists would be provided an opportunity to see the elephant activities together in a cluster.

Please note at Amber Fort there is a maximum of two passengers allowed on an elephant at one time. Elephant ride is not permitted downhill. Furthermore, the elephant ride is subject to availability and conducted from 0700 hours onwards and where in only 90 elephants are allowed with each elephant making only 3 rides a day in summer and 05 rides in winter. We would therefore recommend that you leave for the excursion early morning. The Ride will be provided on a first come, first served basis. We can also arrange turbans tying at Amber fort for the gentlemen & scarf for ladies. Guests can keep the turbans & scarves.

ELEPHANT SAFARI AT AMBER TO NAILA OR KANOTA 
Amer –Naila (18 KM) – Kanota (12 KM) -- Amer- nai nath temple – Jajolai village school – and pond -Rambagh road- cattle trading centre open only on Saturday- on ramgarh mod e on naila road (9 km from naila) langiyawas village – pass-through dry river – shiva temple can see – dhani at agriculture field – ramyanwas right for naila Bagh – naila village 0 see the fatehgarh naila- magnificent building was constructed in 1875 Thakur of naila – prime minister of jaipur state. See the village and rural health centre – kanota dam and country villa – galta road- Sisodia rani ka garden –Jaipur 
NAILA EXCURSION:
Naila is 15 kms from Jaipur. It is a small replica of Jaipur with similar gate names like Chand Pol and Suraj Pol, a Chandra Mahal like in the Jaipur City Palace and also broad streets with squares. The village is rich in culture and handicrafts. Naila is well known since President Clinton’s visit on 23 March 2000. He visited the ladies co-operative and the Rural Health Centre at Fatehgarh Naila. Magnificent building was constricted in 1875 by Thakur of Naila – Prime Minister of Jaipur state.
SOUND AND LIGHT SHOW AT AMBER FORT 
Kindly note that Amber fort & Palace complex in Jaipur Holds the History of a Citadel, pulsating with a legendry past of 600 years. The Son-et-lumiere show is organized, at the foot of the Amber Fort, with its craggy walls providing a lively backdrop for the light effects. It is made interesting by retelling of the various anecdotes and legends, accompanied by melodious folk music. Hear the story of Rajputs’ rule unfold as the arresting narration takes you through the history of Amber, its traditions and the grand lifestyle of the royal family. The Kesar Kyari Complex of Maota Lake enhances the entire experience: with the Amber Fort in front, Jaigarh Fort overlooking from the right and the Aravalli Hills all. Please note that the famous Bollywood lyricist and filmmaker Mr.Gulzar wrote the script for the sound and light show at the famed 16th century Amber Fort & superstar Mr. Amitabh Bachchan lent his voice. 
Timing is as follows for The Light and sound show 
English Show 1930 Hrs to 2030 Hrs.  Charges Rs.220/- Per Person
Hindi Show     2030 Hrs to 2130 Hrs.  Charges Rs.110/- Per Person

DERA AMER
Dera Amer situated behind the hills of the famous Amer Fort is the ideal location for outdoor recreational and adventure activities in very close proximity to the city of Jaipur. The Camp is located at the foothills of the Aravali Range and surrounded by the wilderness of a reserved forest with no urban civilization in the vicinity, just a few hamlets housing the local villagers occupied by farming on the their fields bordering a pretty lake. A local Rajput family who themselves reside in the area organize elephant, horse and camel safaris in the jungle using their beautiful home and camp as base as well as getting the guests to interact with the local farmers in the village. The camp also provides meals, breakfast, lunch, dinner or just high tea of excellent quality and variety in a personalized environment and is fully equipped to cater to any number of people efficiently, while the elaborate bar serves the most exotic cocktails in a rustic yet luxurious atmosphere. 
The elephant safaris are conducted in the original Aravali forests surrounding the camp and follow a route through villages, agricultural fields, hills and ancient monuments, the birdlife in the thick forests is thriving and panthers inhabit the jungles, it is very rare to see them as they are nocturnal animals. However the hyena and the wolf have been sighted by guest occasionally. Antelopes, jackals are in abundance. The night safaris are extremely popular. 
ELEPHANT SAFARI AT DERA AMBER 
India is the original homeland of the Asiatic elephant. Jaipur has a long & colorful association with elephants. Huge Mountain like male elephant chosen for their size and beauty of trunk, tusks tail and ears, were procured for the exclusive use of the maharaja in royal processions the maharaja sat on a gold and silver howda placed on the back of the most favorite elephant. No festivals, no formal occasion, no religious ritual, no wedding would be complete without a row of gaily decorated, well caparisoned elephants.
Elephant safari can be arranged on the outskirts of Jaipur, where desert and forest alternate in a contrasting landscape. The beautifully decorated elephant awaits you with wooden howda. Over them the Mahouts (handler) wear red turban and white cotton suite. They are very experienced driver. Each elephant carries two persons.
HOME VISIT – A TRADITIONAL HOME OR HAVELI

Exploring & gateway of local life – enjoy a soul-touching experience. Stay with the families for 03-4 Hrs as their Guests, to know the daily life routines of locals, & and indulge in activities as they do.

The house would belong to a Nobel Rajput Thakur Family .Rajputs used to be the head of the village & all the settlements were created due to the security provided by the Rajput warriors. The Rajput a warrior race whose kings ruled, till recently, over these lands. The Rajputs served their king, joining their armies, and raising their cavalries, but an attendant pursuit was as agriculturists. Often, they employed labor to work on their extensive fields, and kept cattle for dairy produce.
Guests will be taken to a local noble family’s house and upon on arrival they will be greeted by the chief of house with warmth and affection and will be given a traditional welcome with arti / garland / tikka ceremony.  The guests will have an opportunity to interact with Family members to share and under stand their customs and culture. They get to experience and understand the political life of the people and that takes them closer to the roots of the society. They will come know the day to day routine of women, culture and customs. They will learn how to tie the Indian woman’s dress,” the Sari, which is a whole nine yards” and for men turbans etc. See some of the photo albums of weddings and parties etc. 
Showcasing the best of the land, it is a complete cultural experience, from the warm and hospitable people, to the various customs and ceremonies. Guests will be introduced to the wonders of Rajasthani food, they  will learn how to combine ingredients such as spices, Pulses, Grains and oils as well as prepare specialty dishes of local Rajasthani cuisine like Preparation of  lal maans , Gatta with  kari and Khadi ,Making of Soyatha  veg /non veg, with Bajara ( Milet )  Kair and Sangari a veg dish ,Royal preparation of roasted goat and Dal bati and churma etc and these also include the mysteries of Indian roti, Paratha, French chatnis, raita, dhal, rice and Vegetable. Curries and rice. They will enjoy the variety of dishes prepared for them. 
Discovery 
1. Study and learning of Social and family values 
2. Accepting off-way life style
3. Participation with Cooking Style

HERITAGE WALK OR WALKING TOUR IN JAIPUR:

The old town has a unique charm, which captivates the hearts of visitors, to experience the spirit of Jaipur it is essential to walk through the old town observing closely the nature of its architectural marvels, with a view offering sensitive revelation of the city to the tourists.
We have planned the heritage walk of Jaipur. There are some monumental buildings in Jaipur, with their unique architectural characters. Jaipur has two distinct parts, inside the wall and outside the wall. 
Various walks in the old city for 30-45 minutes.

1)       Tours of different professions like jewelry, stone cutters, marble idol workers, sweet manufactures, tie & die workers, bangles makers etc.

2)       Temple walks visiting ancient Hindu & Jain temple in different lanes. Old Jaipur has one of the largest numbers of old Jain temples, each with a colorful history

3)       Architectural tour visiting and seeing the interesting Haveli’ of the old residents and see how they live & spend some time with family over a cup of tea.

HOT AIR BALLOONING RIDE AT JAIPUR FROM OCT TO MARCH ONLY 
A hot-air balloon flight offers you India from a different vantage.  The entire process from start to finish includes watching the inflations, the prepping up, the flight itself and the landing. The Pilot controls the burner which looks like a flame thrower which heats the air inside the balloon to make it rise. After you are helped into the basket, the pilot releases the ropes that hold the balloon to the ground, the basket sways a little, there is a sudden flare of flames above, and you are up, up and away !  You sense at being one with the sky, and look down at a world that looks up at you!

The best time to lift-off is at dawn or before sunset.

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Pick-up                                  30 to 45 minutes before sunrise or 3 hours before sunset


Launch preparations           20 minutes with tea/coffee and cookies. Passengers are free to take pictures however need to adhere to safety norms as instructed.  No smoking or use of mobile phones is permitted on site and during the flight due to safety reasons.
Flight                                   60 minutes) (+/- 10 minutes)
Mineral water is available on the flight 
Post flight Activities             15 to 20 minutes, including awarding of the Flight Certificate by the Pilot
Drive to the hotel                 30 to 45 minutes 
Total experience                  3 to 3 ½ hours
Sky Waltz Hot-air Ballooning constitutes experienced technical crew, commercial pilots and experts around the globe. We implicitly follow all international security and maintenance norms and our men, passengers and equipment are comprehensively insured by Allianz as per global aviation norms.  We offer a full-refund (or an option to fly on the next available flight) should the flight be cancelled due to weather, something not available with many ballooning companies world-wide. 
There will be two balloons with a total seating capacity of 11 passengers & operate 06 days a week two flight one each in the Morning & Evening would be conducted.
Timing Morning 0630 to 0930 hours & Evening 1600 hours to 1800 hours 
Durations - 01 OCT   to 31 March 
JEEP SAFARI – AMBER FORT TO DERA AMBER 
It provides a unique opportunity to see how Rajasthan’s rural community (65% OF the population) live and have lived for generations in much the fashion ancestors. A safari means an exploration of lesser- known destinations and the countryside. Jeeps driving on country side roads and May often venture into the open countryside. The open jeep is the most conducive way of seeing Rajasthan’s villages, especially in the winter months when the chilly breeze and warm sunshine provide a heady combination. It is a journey of diverse sights and experience. We discover the tribal regions, the small isolated villages, the ruins of old forts and a temple complex, all adding up to provide a sense of destination to a safari. Lush green agriculture farms can be visited. Guests are taken in to homes and received with warmth and affection. There will be opportunity to interact with various communities living in the area to share and under stand their world. Jeep Safari Starts from Amer and drive to Nahargarh rescue centre- Kali temple- Dera Amber. 
Nahargarh Biological Park / Rescue Centre The entire area is full of hilly terrain and is covered by dense forest growth. It lies under forest department and contains more than 70 hectares of forest land.
Here lies a spacious enclosure surrounded by lofty ramparts and four bastions on four corners, which has been the polo ground of Maharaja Madho Singh II of Jaipur. The Maharaja enjoyed the game here with friends and guests. The place is ruined now and is covered by dense forest growth. The rescue home for wild animals was established here in 2002 AS to protect the wild animals under WLP Act 1972, which prohibited cruelty to animals. The Wild animals preserved here are all taken away from circus companies which used these animals during the show to attract visitors. 
The rescue home runs here under the supervision of zoological department of government of Rajasthan and comprises nearly three hectares of forestland.
An enclosure is built here for wild animals in a half moon ‘ardhachandrakar’ shape which has several small cabins surrounded by iron railing, here live lions and tigers duly protected and well fed. The maximum capacity is for 50 animals but at present there are only 44 animals here. The first is that of lions whose number is 30 and the other is of tiger which are 14 in number.
Among the tigers there is one animal of mixed bred named ‘tigoy’ which said to be simple and innocent in comparison to tiger which is known for its ferocity. The lions are gregarious in nature while the tigers are solitary and segregate.
The entire forestland of neighborhood re sounds all the daylong with the terrifying roars of lions. As the place is secluded and solitary, no one ventures near it thinking that some wild animal is roaming in the neighborhood. 
The rescue home keeps only those animals which are saved from circuses. It does not keep stray wild animals here. If by chance, the forest department  comes across some wounded wild animal, they bring it here for treatment and when recovered set free in the forest.Enroute visit the Boari- Odiramsagar and kali maa temple Old Temple Primary School – Dhani – Dera Amer
JEEP SAFARIS- AMER TO SAMODE 
Amer –Nahargarh rescue centre- kali temple- Kuas- Kucherawala-samode 
Amer- old Delhi Darwaja – Maji ki Boari – Nahargarh Biological Park / Rescue Centre – Boari- Odiramsagar and kali maa temple Old Temple- Primary School – Dhani – Dera Amer or Kukas temple- kucherawala- hill area –Samode village 
BAGGI RIDE 
In olden times the royals used to go on Royal Baggy driven by four white horses for the entertainment or to the lakes during summers. We have continued the same tradition where we give Royal Baggy Safari to our guest from the hotel to the beautiful JAL MAHAL (Mansagar Lake) where they can relax for some time and can take pictures of the palace that is situated inside the Mansagar Lake.
VINATGE CAR RIDE 
BLOCK PRINTING, POTTER WHEEL, PAPPER MACHE AT SAGANER 

Jaipur and its surrounding villages have been famous for their textiles from the medieval times. Today thousands of locals are employed in the enterprise of manufacturing one of the biggest export commodities of Jaipur, its Textiles. We visit Sanganer which was once a small village, but now has become part of Jaipur, one of the fastest growing cities of Asia. We visit a textile factory and participate in the old technique of block printing which is still being used. As the legend goes, Blue pottery is a craft that came to Jaipur from Persia. We visit a blue pottery unit and try our hand at the potter’s wheel and make your own signature pottery. The last we visit a factory which is contributing a lot to conserve our forests. The paper Mache factory uses all the cotton waste from textile factories and converts it all into innovative and artistic Paper Mache products. From a note book to soap dish, from a file holder to a serving tray all made of pure waste.
MOCK WEDDING 
The institution of marriage is sacred in India since it is not just the union of two people but of two families. It is as such celebrated with a lot of participation of family and friends.  Various religious rituals are observed to prepare the bonding of the marrying couple for their future. An ambience is created of a wedding following customs and traditions and guests are invited to participate where a couple is selected to be the bride and groom.  Two guests also need to play the part of the bride’s parents.  The other guests are divided into two groups, one to accompany the groom (as his family) and the other to accompany the bride (as her family).  
The decor of the venue includes floral gates at the entrance, a mandap (canopied platform on which the ceremony is held) decorated in flowers and rangoli.  Before the actual sequence the bride and groom are attired in bridal fineries with the bride being applied henna designs on her palms and feets.  The groom is dressed in the traditional shervani (long jacket), churidar (crinkled pijama), jootis (Rajasthani shoes) and a panchrangi (five colors) or bandej (tie & dye) safa (head gear).  He is also obliged to wear a sword symbolizing power and the capability to protect.
The marriage commences with the groom’s party proceeding to the main entrance gate of the Hotel where the groom is made to sit on a decorated horse.  The “barat” (marriage procession) thereafter is led into the Hotel by a group of animators comprising a brass band, dancers, “kachi ghodi” (mock horse), fire eaters etc. Small colorful fireworks take place enroute and the groom’s family is encouraged to participate in this fun fare.  On arrival at the venue, the bride’s father/and family members receive the groom and his family with a lot of ritualistic fanfare.  The groom touches the Thoran (an auspicious decoration) on the door made of green leaves & flowers with his sword.  Thereafter the “Kalash worship” (the auspicious pitchers) is done after which the bride’s family greets the groom’s family with arti, garland and tikas (ceremonial welcome) and escorts them into the venue where the serving staff attired in traditional Rajasthani costumes serve a welcome drink.  While sipping the drink the “milani” (family greetings) is done wherein the two family’s counterpart relations warmly greet and hug each other.
Thereafter, the “Pandit” (priest) announces the commencement of the marriage ceremony and the bride and groom sit in the mandap.  The family members are invited to witness the ceremony which comprises Indian customs like a ring ceremony, “pooja” (prayers), and chanting of “mantras” (religious hyms).  The “varmala” (exchange of garlands by the bride and groom) follows after which the final “saptadi or pheras” (seven rounds) are done around the vedi (holy fire).  All these rituals are basically vows of “being together unto death”.  (Tea, coffee and soft drinks can be served while the ceremony is in progress).
As soon as the ceremony is over, drinks or dinner (as desired) is served in a buffet cum sit-down style.  Post dinner the departure ceremony take place.  The bride is made to sit in a ‘doli/palki’ (Palanquin) decorated with flowers.  It is lifted by eight persons and carried out of the venue with the groom walking by its side.  At the floral gate, a fire work display stating “Congratulations Mr. & Mrs........” completes this memorable evening.
All guests are encouraged to partake in this theme wearing ethnic costumes. The entertainment is live and recorded Shehnai music.  The entire venue is appropriately decorated with lights and flowers while props used are done up in bright colorful Rajasthani printed material.
SPECIAL ACTIVITIES FOR THE GROUP 
01- We can arrange the match – football Match between group members or with local Club
02- We shall handover the map of city with particular restaurant where group member will have lunch and group member shall start from a particular place and have to walk and search the that particular restaurant with the help of City map.
05 people will go for search of restaurant from Chandpole gate 
05 people will go for search of restaurant from Singhdawar gate 
05 people will go for search of restaurant from Ajmeri gate 
05 people will go for search of restaurant from new gate 
05 people will go for search of restaurant from Sanganeri Gate

 

Compiling and notifying civil administration about mismanagements of garbage, traffic, stray animals, health & safety and junk. The groups of tourists roams the city, and collects evidence of the problems and approaches the Local bodies or send the letter along with photographs.
Main points of notification
Traffic Systems +Animal on Road + Garbage + Health & Safety of local public and tourist +Tourist impression and problems
SPECIAL ACTIVIRIES FOR GROUP IN REMOTE VILLAGE 
Our purpose is to create a platform enabling guests to enjoy and experience responsible tourism through sustainable development of villages in Rajasthan. Our team will organize the tour of the guests, as well as customize social welfare program where guests can unwind & spend peaceful moments in quiet contemplation in an exclusive place. 
Village Activates can be arrange which build the social harmony 
A -Tree plantation / sports / teaching in local village school 
B- Turban tying competition   Bikaner 
C- Cow / buffalos milking competition Bikaner 
D- Pottery making at Pokran village – while driving from Jaisalmer
E- Travel with Shepard for 03-4 hrs to control the sheep’s
F- Feeding the Demoiselle Cranes / Birds at Kheechan while driving from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur 
G- Learn about the farming techniques of India
Rickshaw Ride - This evening we have the opportunity to experience a man-pulled cycle rickshaw ride or spend time walking around the colorful local bazaars. 
Temple visit – Aarti ceremony - Birla temple
Turban tying Demonstration for gentlemen, Sari tying and Henna demonstration for ladies. 
Yoga and Meditation -Early morning yoga class and meditation class.
Visit can be arranged at the following places 
1-Jaipur Kathak Kendra for kathak dance performance 
2. Local N.G.O.visit
3. SOS village visit
4. Deaf and dumb school visit 
5. Blind school visit
SPECIAL DINNERS AT JAIPUR 
Chokhi Dhani has been the mirror of Rajasthan culture for the last 12 years. Chokhi Dhani started as part of ambiance for a restaurant, has over the years evolved as a tasteful and authentic symbol of ethnic village life of this most colorful state in the country. So much so that the name of Chokhi Dhani has become synonymous with Rajasthani culture throughout the country. The display of traditional huts and workmanship will take you back in time when splendor was unpretentious.
The ethnic decor of BINDOLA multicuisine restaurant is truly breath taking. It serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with Mughlai, Punjabi, Chinese and Continental cuisines. The  SANGRI RESTAURANT with the aroma of traditional Rajasthani Food which is enough to stimulate your appetite to its maximum and every day village fair with caparisoned camel, horses, bullock carts, folk songs, puppet shows will give you a glimpse of a complete Rajasthani village. They are also Planning to celebrate one month festival for each state in which local artisan will demonstrate the art of the at state and cultural troupes will perform and local cuisine will be served so that visitors get a taste of the rich culinary traditions of the various parts of India.
ROYAL ELEPHANT POLO
Guests arrive at the Polo venue & are welcomed by two ceremonially attired well-caparisoned Elephants with traditional chattras (umbrellas) & Haudas (palanquins). The venue is appropriately decorated with floral arrangements etc.
They are escorted to their seats, while the ceremonial military piper’s band entertains the guests. Specially designed event cards various historic details and groups branding are placed on each seat for the guests. The event starts with the Group flag being hoisted by a rider in traditional costume on a galloping horse with a lance.
Guests then witness a Grand royal procession comprising of ceremonially attired horses with Riders in traditional ceremonial Cavalry costumes, palanquin with bearers, Royal carriages, Camels, Ceremonially attired Elephants traditional musicians etc.  This is followed by a performance of a pipe Band.
Guests then witness a demonstration Elephant Polo Chucker played by Indian Players; thereafter guests participate in the Elephant Polo themselves. Camel races in which the camels (with distinctive numbers) are paraded before the guests. Guests may choose their favorite winning camel.
POLO MATCHES: Jaipur is a place known world over as the home of polo. Jaipur is an exclusive polo destination of the world. We invite people to come and learn and discover polo in Jaipur and to help improve the horsemanship, polo riding, swing, and tactics in Jaipur. We have some of finest stud farms with more than 100- 150 home bred horses. We will provide riding under expert supervision followed by informal lessons in various aspects of the sport. Practice on wooden horse and chukkers will be given.  All the courses will be under very good expert supervisor. The best time is from October to March. Exhibition Polo matches and friendly polo match between a local team and the guests can also be organized.
CAVALRY THEME DINNER: Cavalry theme can be arranged at retired army officer’s house. Here a troupe of lancers on ceremonially attired horses ridden by cavalrymen in the traditional costume and there will be a military band and some retired army officers can have dinner with group members so they can discuss about Indian heritage, traditional costumes and army life.

VISIT TO CHETAK STUD FARM JAIPUR

The Chetek Stud Farm was started in 1979 at Jaipur by Late Colonel Govind Singh, Vr. C. who was the Commandant of the elite Sixty First Cavalry Regiment of the Indian Army. 61st Cavalry is today the only Horse Cavalry Regiment in the World. The farm is named after the legendary Indian war horse called Chetek The Stud Farm is spread over three units in Jaipur and has a total of 175 horses out of which it has 70 Mares, 60 Foals & 40 yearlings besides 3 stallions (One from USA named White Croen, another from France called Reasonable & Bold Cruiser from New Zealand) This stud farm is a renowned name in the Indian Racing Industry as it has had the privilege of producing Derby & Classic Winners. The famous Irish stallion – THERMOTURGE also belonged to this Stud Farm.The Stud Farm is now being managed by Colonel’s son Singh and his wife. The couple also owns Race Horses at all Major Indian Racing Centers.
RAJASTHANI EVENING

The ladies dressed in Rajasthani attire showering rose petals in the front and followed by musicians playing the dhol and nagara  (instruments traditionally used for auspicious occasions) welcome the guests. A welcome drink served on arrival. The fragrance and the beauty of the flower decoration, the mystical illumination from lanterns (fitted with bulbs), marshals, fire torches and fairy lights enhances the romance of the evening. There is a row of vendors displaying various items of crafts like bangle makers, potters, black smith, a puppeteer, painters, astrologer and palmist, snake charmer, tie and die workers, durries displays etc.  The rustic, ambience transports guests in to another world making them feel as a part of an Indian village with whole countryside specially created with lanterns, hay sacks, saddles Village market place bustling with activity. Festivities begin with music and dance, the guest experience a very different cultural exposition of Rajasthan's folklore from the previous evening. The aroma of traditional Rajasthani cuisine permeates through the air while the fine selection of Indian wines and beverages is served to guests. The chefs prepare live bar-be Que. delicacies, displaying their culinary acumen with pride. The festivities continue late into the night

DINNER AT CITY PALACE

Dinner at Royal House of Jaipur at City Palace. The palace is lit up for the evening functions and provide a Royal Reception, with caparisoned elephant and traditional welcoming ceremony at main entrance of private residence of Royal Family of Jaipur and also visit diwan -e- khas, Pitam Niwas chock, Chadra Mahal  (7th floor residence of his Highness the Maharaja, 4th floor Sobha Niwas- beautiful gold mirror rooms with blue pottery tiles in the side room Sriniwas (The silver mirror rooms ON 6 the floor which is better preserved than the Sheesh Mahal of Amber, Mukut Mahal on 7 the floor. Highest points of jaipur. The guests have cocktails here and then proceed for the dinner to another magnificent room, decorated with gold leaf floral motifs on its walls and ceiling. The walls of rooms have Moguls paintings and silver & filigree work of Jaipur. The most momentous piece of furniture is the fabulous LALIQUE table made especially for the maharaja of jaipur. It became a matter of great prestige to serve unusual dishes to guest and the royal cooks were encouraged to experiment. A sit down meal with choice of traditional thali setting or a continental four course meals is offered. There is also light live instrumental music. 

Exclusive Royal Lunch

Venue : Sukh Niwas / Sobha Niwas

Programmed: On arrival of guests, a traditional welcoming ceremony will be performed at the Private Entrance of the Royal Family with caparisoned elephants and staff in ceremonial attire. After this there will be a cultural programmed of Rajasthani dance and music as well as a live recital of Sitar and Tabla while Lunch is being served. Royal family members may join the Dinner subject to their availability in town.

Exclusive Royal Dinner

Venue: Sukh Niwas / Sobha Niwas

Programme: The palace will be fully lit up; a traditional welcoming ceremony will be performed at the Private Entrance of the Royal Family with caparisoned elephants and staff in ceremonial attire. After this there will be a cultural programmed of Rajasthani dance and music as well as a live recital of Sitar and Tabla while Dinner is being served. Royal family members may join the Dinner subject to their availability.

Jeep safari at Jaipur with high tea at Sand dunes

It provides a unique opportunity to see how Rajasthan’s rural community (65% OF the population) live and have lived for generations in much the fashion an ancestor. A safari means an exploration of lesser- known destinations and the countryside. Jeeps driving on country side roads and May often venture into the open countryside. The open jeep is the most conducive way of seeing Rajasthan’s villages, especially in the winter months when the chilly breeze and warm sunshine provide a heady combination. It is a journey of diverse sights and experience. We discover the tribal regions, the small isolated villages, the ruins of old forts and a temple complex, all adding up to provide a sense of destination to a safari. Visit an ancient pilgrimage center with temples of Lord Rama and Lord Shiva which is very old. This place is a congregation of 03 magnificent temples with sandstone pavilion and terrace built on small hill surrounded with Kadam tree, these tress are founds very rare in India. There is big ashram of Sadhues and at a time 300 monks lives there and perform the 24 hours Pooja ceremony one by one. All the sadhus are staying in one place and Ashrams provides the food to them. There is charitable hospital run by ashram for local villagers and all the medicine and treatments is free of cost. There is huge dairy and there are around 300 cows in Ashram. Lush green agriculture farm can be visit. After visiting the ashrams continue drive to safari route.  
Guests are taken in to homes and received with warmth and affection an experience to interact with various communities living in the area to share and under stand their world. The Raikas (The Shepherds) are a pre dominantly pastoral group who raise camels and goats and sheep’s .The riakas are a closed and conservative community, whose live hood depends on camels, goats and sheep’s.
Enroute, you visit some of the unique remote villages and hamlets. This track is full of different cultures, colorful life of the village, huge dunes about 100 - 150 feet’s high, sandy track and sandy roads .The small dhanies (hamlets)are rich in ethnic rural cultural life, visiting them is a unique experience. The farmers and weavers add exciting color and ethnicity to arid spread of the desert sands. Visit local artisans at work, creating leathers, wooden handicrafts, and potteries. Afterwards view the sunset from typical desert landscape, sandunes with a range of the hills. High tea can be served here as well.
SAMODE: The history of Samode goes back four hundred and fifty years to the time of the illustrious Prithviraj Singh Ji of Amber, the seventeenth prince of the Kacchawaha Rajputs. One of his twelve sons, Gopal Singh Ji, was awarded Samode, a noble feudatory of the Jaipur principality. After six generations Samode was relinquished to the state. In 1757, the territory was returned to the Nathawats, whose hereditary title of ‘Rawal Sahib’ still rests with the present family. In the early 19th century, the eminent statesman Rawal Berisal bestowed the castle with its lavish aspects for which it is renowned today. Another of his descendants is credited with the extravagantly painted Durbar Hall and the breathtaking Sheesh Mahal.  The Sheesh Mahal or Hall of Mirrors is embellished by the exquisite craftsmanship of jewelers who have created a wonder in glass. The Sultan Mahal at the upper level is richly painted with scenes from Indian mythology, flora and fauna. Evening: proceed for Jeep Ride the duration will be approximately 01 Hrs. It will take you through the quaint village of Samode up to Sand dunes

Spice Court Jaipur: -

Experience finest Indian cuisine prepared using traditional Indian methods. Spice Court is air-conditioned and has smoking and non-smoking sections.” Experience Dine indoors & out door dining in elegant fashion, fabulous setting overlooking beautiful Hari Mahal ” Achrol House” .Conveniently located just a half K.M. From Jai mahal Palace Hotel. It has a Capacity of about 100 people, well furnished and all the tables are separated in between for privacy. It offers diners comfortable surroundings with a sophisticated feel.  It also boasts a large al fresco area for your dining pleasure. , It has ample parking. Enjoy lunch, dinner, breakfast, or casual Pub dining. The dishes are cooked by our special Indian cook, using many different kinds of spices from various parts of India and we serve almost 140 different kinds of dishes. Every curry dish in menu offers you very unique and excellent taste.  We recommend the dishes even to those who have never tried Indian cuisine. This multi cuisine restaurant gives the palate a taste of exotic & Authentic Indian, Mughlai, and Chinese delicacies. Mouthwatering Different desserts are available at different timings.  Rajasthan veg and non-veg food will be served in large thalis, with pamphlets explaining about the dishes. Special food packages for FIT have and groups which include demos - lectures on food and cook in front of the guests and Full time Bhopa singer and puppet show. Extensive library of coffee-table books on Rajasthan and India for guests to read. Also available: Palmist and Indian horoscopes, Bird Palmist,


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