This tour offers you a great way to get to know the city beyond monuments and museums. It means you will not be taken to the places that are set up for tourists. It is a highly recommended tour to take when visiting Jaipur, especially for those who don't speak or understand the local language but wish to know more about the culture, history & lifestyle of the local people in an in-depth manner.
We have more than 10 years of experience, so we know exactly how much space to leave among the stops for the information, flavors, and experience itself to settle in. This could be your first tour in India where you don't feel pressure to purchase anything or tip anyone. The cost of the tour covers tips that are given to the craftsmen you visit and it covers the food that you will try.
Schedule for the tour:
The small group tours are offered every day at 10:00 AM and 04:00 PM
However, a private tour can be arranged at any time that suits you the most.
The duration of the tour is 3 to 4 wonderful hours.
However, a private tour can be shorter or longer on your choice.
You will be informed separately about the meeting point, once the booking is confirmed!
Kindly reserve your seat before you come and meet us at the meeting point at least 5 minutes before the tour begins. Our meeting point is easily accessible, where you'll be greeted by one of our experienced walking tour explorers, who will give you a brief about the history of old Jaipur.
Afterward, the tour on to the pink-colored markets! Be a witness to the beauty of this World Heritage-listed city, where you will be able to admire the beautifully carved hidden Havelis (old mansions). Explore the designated areas of downtown where local artisans and handicraft makers ply their trade. Photography is allowed, while watching artisans making lacquer bangles, brass and metal vessels, polishing old kitchenware, dying cloth, making terracotta lamps, and intricate marble statues. You will come across bookbinders, iron smiths, gold smiths, roadside barbers, and dentists. You'll soak in the colors and the smells and see that traditional craftsmanship and ways of living still exist.