Heritage walks

Heritage walks

Heritage Walks

Every street has its own story. No person can explore all the phenomena that India has to offer in a single lifetime’ As the sunlight catches the Pink city and the sky turns pink, the morning bells around the temples start buzzing, while the bustling lanes stay quiet, the fresh air is filled with ginger and cardamom essence while the local chai being prepared in every house and on the local street thelas.

Located among the Aravali Hills of Rajasthan lays Jaipur, or more commonly known as The Pink City of India. With ancient Rajputana essence in every street and lane of the city, the spiritual temples have a great hold on the local jaipurites and the local spiritual tours in Jaipur cannot be missed when on a trip to Rajasthan.

Jaipur heritage walk
In this tour, you will be picked up from your hotel early morning around 6 and will be transferred to a certain point in the old city of Jaipur. Here you will be joined by our local guide who will share his vast knowledge about the city and the spirituality. The tour would start with a short visit to the Tadhkeshwar temple. After visiting the temple take a short walk to Hawa Mahal and the tour will culminate at Govind Dev Ji temple by attending a very interesting ceremony.Jodhpur heritage walk
The Jodhpur Heritage Walk is a guided tour focusing on the city of Jodhpur in the Indian state of Rajasthan. As visitors go through the ancient town’s meandering streets and bustling bazaars, they may view the spectacular Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, and Umaid Bhawan Palace. Visitors may enjoy mouth-watering local specialities and discover the area’s extensive cultural history while strolling along this path. Visitors can see real, local life in action and uncover the city’s fascinating history.

Jaisalmer heritage walk
Jaisalmer Heritage Walk is a tour of the beautiful city of Jaisalmer in the Indian region of Rajasthan. The route travels through the winding alleyways and cobblestone streets of the city’s historic core, highlighting the area’s many cultural treasures. Visitors may see the Jaisalmer Fort, Jain Temples, Havelis, and other gorgeous sandstone structures up close and personal as they stroll around the city. Travellers may experience the local culture by shopping at the bustling markets and dining on delectable food. It’s a fantastic chance for visitors to learn about the city’s fascinating past and see firsthand the fascinating synthesis of Rajasthani and Islamic cultures.