Nahargarh Fort

Embark on a bike adventure to the famous Nahargarh fort and see the fort’s unique blend of Indian and European architectural styles. The Madhavendra Bhawan, which houses 12 identical queens’ rooms, is a beautiful feature of this palace. The Maharaja could enter any of the queen’s apartments without the others knowing. This cycling trip at the fort is one of Jaipur’s most popular adventure spots, and you can stop for a bite to eat at the Padao Open Bar Restaurant on the palace’s terrace while taking in the city vistas.

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 Dausa:

An exciting village safari tour will undoubtedly make your visit a memorable one among Jaipur’s many hangout spots. Discover the lives of the local farmers and the dwellings built of clay, cow dung, and hay, which provide a termite-free facade in the countryside. While touring the location, you can also enjoy views of the mountains near the village and sample one of the best masala teas. If you want to learn more, a cooking session can be organized upon request.

ATV Ride:

ATV rides in Jaipur, India are a unique adventure activity that will satisfy your adrenaline cravings. An ATV, or all-terrain vehicle, is a motorized off-highway vehicle that travels on three or four low-pressure tyres and is open to the elements. The rider sits in the centre of the bike and steers or controls the handlebars. This bike, often known as a quad bike, is mostly used for off-roading or dirt biking. If you believe that life is all about taking the route less travelled and pushing your limitations, then an ATV might be just what you’re looking for. You don’t need any previous experience to ride an ATV because it’s absolutely safe for beginners.

Pride Amber Vilas Resort:

Camel safaris are the most popular activities and outdoor activities in Jaipur as the camels are domesticated and completely harmless. At the illas Resort, you may explore the Jaipur wilderness. While camel safaris range in length from a single day to three or four days, there are luxury camel safaris that start at INR 1900 and budget-friendly ones that start at INR 600. Located at 12 Mile, Vatika Mod, Tonk Road, Sitapura Industrial Area, Sitapura, Jaipur, Rajasthan 303905.

Kukas:

With Sky Waltz Balloon Safari in Kukas, glide over the Pink City in a hot air balloon and amaze at the stunning panoramas of the forts and palaces nestling among the Aravalli hills. From above, take in the city’s vibrant colours and sounds. A hot-air balloon flight is one of the most popular one-day adventure activities in Jaipur. They are usually held a few hours before sunrise and sunset, and each ride can seat up to eight people.

Nahargarh Sanctuary:

Nahargarh Sanctuary is only 12 kilometres from the city and includes a 50-kilometre area. The sanctuary is separated into two sections: the Biological Park and the Zoological Park. The Nahargarh Biological Park is home to around 285 different bird species. Nahargarh Zoological Park, on the other hand, is home to Asiatic lions, panthers, Bengal tigers, hyenas, Himalayan black bears, deer, wolves, crocodiles, sloth bears, and wild boars, among other animals. If you happen to be in the area, don’t miss out on a spectacular lion safari. If you’re lucky, you might be sitting in the safari van, mere feet away from a lion, feeling both ecstatic and serene.

Bhuteshwar Nath Mahadev Trek:

Aravali is a small town near Jaipur. The Bhuteshwar Nath Mahadev Temple is among Jaipur’s oldest temples. The walk to this temple, which includes green pathways that meander across the Aravali hills, is one of Rajasthan’s most beautiful and enjoyable hikes. The Bhuteshwar Mahadev Temple Trek takes you from Amer Town to Bhuteshwar Mahadev Temple. This is Jaipur’s oldest walk, beginning either at Mahadev Shiv Mandir or at the ‘Jati ke Balaji’ Temple.

Sambhar Lake:

A bike ride to Sambhar Lake is indeed one of the city’s most popular outdoor activities. One may not only take in the town’s rich culture but also the fresh air of nearby places such as Sawarda. A little village dedicated to the Sikh community’s holy guru, as well as a striking Gurdwara, will also be encountered.

 Chour Ghati Trek:

Chour Ghati Trek is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating things to do in Jaipur when mind-blowing sights and diverse flora and fauna give you peace and tranquillity. The hike begins at Galtaji gate, which is surrounded by monkeys and continues to Sun temple, where you will be spellbound by the bizarre vistas of Galta valley.

While descending to the pond for a rest, you will come upon Chour palace, which is surrounded by deep forests, and this area is known as Chour Ghati.

Hathni Kund Trek:

The Hathni Kund Trek illustrates that Jaipur is more than simply a beautiful city. There are also some lovely vistas and rich foliage to be found here.

Trek through Hathni Kund to see sand dunes, lush trees, antique temples, a lake, and a spectacular waterfall to delight your senses. The walk begins at Charan Mandir, 17 kilometres outside of town.

Sky Waltz Balloon Safari:

Isn’t it thrilling to think of seeing the sunset from a height of about 3600 feet? Try Sky Waltz balloon safari if you answered yes. Skywaltz is one of Jaipur’s most well-known hot air balloon safari companies, having provided guided balloon safari tours in the city for many years. Simply purchase tickets through their official website or Book My Show and take a flight over the magnificent forts and palaces. This one-hour ride is worth trying, even if it is a bit pricey. It is, without a doubt, the most opulent activity in Jaipur.

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