Explore the ‘Pinkcity’ countryside, swerving to untreaded nooks and corners through the beautiful rural countryside, chequered with mustard fields and millet farms. A colourful landscape unfolds here with brightly clothed village women. Here you can see a typical hamlet of Rajasthan with people busy with farming.
So we'll commence with the Galta Temple,Jaipur. A pre-historic Hindu pilgrimage site, the Galtaji Temple, is located only 10km away from Jaipur. One of the jewels of Jaipur, the temple complex encompasses natural fresh water springs and 7 holy 'kunds' or water tanks. Among these kunds, the 'Galta Kund', is the holiest one and is believed to never get dry.
Next we move to the Sisodia Rani Bagh which is a perfect heaven from the bustling city life it was in fact made as a heaven for the queen so that she could spend some time away from the court politics interestingly this place still remains peaceful.
10 km from the city centre of Jaipur there is this place which is so beautiful at the time of sunset it is a place that will definitely force you to collect the thoughts observe all that you have seen through the day and spend some relaxing time.
We'll move forward hiking to the sun temple at the Mountain Top. The Sun Temple Jaipur is a small Hindu temple that lies high above Jaipur and provides wonderful panoramic views over the city. The Sun Temple Jaipur is positioned on a rocky outcrop on the edge of the Aravalli Hills and is part of the larger Galta ji temple complex, which is 2 km further to the east in a shallow valley.
The temple has a quiet relaxed atmosphere and is possibly the only tourist sight in Jaipur free from the onslaught from tourist peddlers and hawkers.
So don't miss the chance to experience, if you're always on for something thrilling.
3:00 pm Sisodia Rani ka Bagh (Princess's Gardens)
With a short briefing, we take a walking tour of Sisodia Princess’s gardens and start riding deep into the Aravali forests taking some exciting off-road trails and further pedal up this rolling mountainous road. Riding into the forest we reach the Galta Temple complex as we bid adieu to our bikes and walk into the temple.
4:00 pm Hike to the Galta Kunds
We rejuvenate ourselves with some snacks and head into the temple complex and walk through the beautiful temples. This is also where the territory of the notorious Galta gang of monkeys begins. We can feed the monkeys, there is a slight chance that the gang conspires and snatches away our food basket.
5:00 pm Hike to the Sun Temple
Hiking up a cobbled path we walk towards the Sun Temple. The Sun Temple, situated on top of this hill holds utmost importance for a Jaipur local. This hill is also a great spot to enjoy the wonderful sunset. As we watch the red sun drowning into the city. We start walking down towards the Galta Gate.
6:30 pm Enjoy Jaipur by night
Taking the cobbled path down towards the Old City our e-rickshaw awaits to take us to explore Jaipur By Night.
We will see beautifully lit buildings of the heritage city, dazzling Hawa Mahal, Katla Market (Jaipur’s largest wholesale hub for wedding shopping), taste some local delicacies of Jaipur City, and take the panoramic view of the city from rooftop