Walking Tours in Jaipur

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Walking Tours in Jaipur

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  • Kristinstella
    Bergen, Norway35 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I can not praise this company enough. From start to finish, we were very well taken care of. Comfortable car, clever and secure driver, clever guides who knew what they were talking of. This felt a bit like having a local friend, who was helping & taking care of us. We would never have figured out all the local stuff ourselves. Thanks to Annu for excellent company.
    Written 27 February 2024
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  • sallyannk131
    4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    What an experience! The Golden Triangle in India! I have always wanted to do it and this Tour company made it so easy for us. Anil our Driver was with us for the four days and despite the crazy driving, we felt so safe with him and he was smiley, helpful and respectful that it was a precious few days away for us as a couple. (No children for once haha!!) No obligation to talk on those 5 hour stretches. In each city we were allocated an excellent guide, so knowledgeable. Delhi, Agra and Jaipur! We'll be back!
    Written 17 April 2024
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  • Antonios
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The bikes were well prepared. The guides were amazing, friendly and warm, and helped that this became an amazing experience. The program they had set up, was the most real thing, one can experience as a european as far as visiting the urban india. It was a well protected real thing! And the family ranged from 16 to 80 years old! Well done!
    Just do it!
    Written 14 April 2024
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  • Lizzie R
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We had a great time exploring Jaipur with Pranshu in the evening. He took us to really authentic places and explained the history of each area - would really recommend if you’re in Jaipur and want an original tour!
    Written 24 March 2024
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  • Krista
    Minneapolis, MN1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Our driver Shiv took excellent care of us. We would arrive back to our car to find treats that he bought while we were on tours. He was able to adjust the schedule to meet the needs of our family and was always willing to share about his country and the places we were visiting. He was an excellent driver and we always felt safe with him. The Taj Mahal lived up to all of our expectations!
    Written 12 April 2024
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  • Sophia H
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    My 2 day tour was amazing, super seamless and well put together, i was able to just enjoy everything without any stress. My driver Sohan was great and gave me plenty of time when we would stop for a driving break. When i needed to be dropped off at my hotel at the end of the tour we had gone through hours of traffic and then we struggled to find the hotel as it wasnt where google maps said it was, and we spent probably an hour or more trying to find it to make sure i got back safe which i was very thankful for!
    Both of my tour guides Manoj and Raghu were brilliant, they new so much about the history of each building in Agra and Jaipur, and were obviously passionate about the sites, it made the tour even more interesting, I couldn't have asked for better guides! Also for the overnight stay, I opted for the 4* hotel and got put in amazing hotel in Jaipur, and also lunch on both days was a super tasty buffet.
    I would highly recommend this to anyone thinking about doing the tour, i did it solo and felt very comfortable also.
    Written 29 February 2024
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  • Maria Augusta Soares
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The street food tour was very nice and fun! We went to many places around the Pink City, trying different options of salty food and a dessert. All the delicacies were pretty good and interesting! The guide was kind and friendly, as the whole service provided by the company. I definitely recommend it and would do it again another time!
    Written 9 April 2024
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  • Carol C
    London, UK4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This golden triangle tour organized by Crystal tours is nothing short of exceptional. Rajender (our driver) was with us for the whole 5 days and was professional and caring. Our long drive to the different cities were comfortable and ensured that we have breaks throughout. He was punctual and proactive in all our communications

    We had Rahul as a tour guide in Delhi. He was full of energy and enthusiasm. Our tour guide manish in Agra ensured that we got in for sunrise and took amazing pictures for us at Taj Mahal. For Jaipur, Arjit singh was very knowledgable and accommodated to our needs.

    Overall, this tour was personalised, organised and comprehensive. We all enjoyed ut and highly recommend this tour to families and friends.
    Written 6 April 2024
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  • michaelliamo
    Ottawa, Canada7 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This tour exceeds expectation! The guides I had in each city (Banhu, Ashok, Pratik, Benit) were all very qualified, many teaching at the college level, and were warm and friendly, keeping the whole trip light and fun. The drivers I had (Sohan, Rakesh) were also excellent, going above and beyond. Everyone involved also accommodated extra requests along the way. Amit was very involved in oversight and provided prompt and easy communication, not to mention keeping a watchful eye over any flight changes made by the airlines, even before I knew. Highly recommend!
    Written 21 September 2022
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  • Monica J
    Chartres, France10 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Mudassir was a great guide. He is very knowledgeable and was happy to answer my many questions. He is passionate about his work and took us to many interesting places to experience Indian life. I highly recommend this tour.
    Written 28 March 2024
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  • James G
    4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We had a fantastic experience with Diksha. She showed us so many amazing dishes and some incredible deserts. She explained all the dishes so well and was super passionate about all the food. We were so full, but tasting the Kulfi at the end suddenly we had room for more. A great foodie experience, don’t miss out. Thank you Diksha!
    Written 15 March 2024
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  • TracyWilkinsonInBali
    Denpasar, Indonesia4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I booked a private auto-rickshaw tour of Jaipur, and had in mind specific sites I wanted to see. Soni picked me up at 5.45am for sunrise. He suggested the best spot given my list of sites. The descent from the mountain led to the water palace and I learned the lake is man made. I was ready for the hot chai tea made by a street vendor.

    I am grateful for Soni's advice on spending time at Amber Fort, especially timing it to avoid the heat of the day. It was impressive, and I took the time to explore its many secret passages. I would have loved to have seen it in its heyday when all the gardens and fountains cooled it.

    Soni took me to a tiny temple off the beaten track (Bihariji) and an interesting pool from which people used to collect water. The architecture was very clever and I was struck by how happy a man was to be pouring water into bird baths, singing for nobody in particular. I booked a private auto-rickshaw tour of Jaipur, and had in mind specific sites I wanted to see. Soni picked me up at 5.45am for sunrise. He suggested the best spot given my list of sites. The descent from the mountain led to the water palace and I learned the lake is man made. I was ready for the hot chai tea made by a street vendor.

    I am grateful for Soni's advice on spending time at Amber Fort, especially timing it to avoid the heat of the day. It was impressive, and I took the time to explore its many secret passages. I would have loved to have seen it in its heyday when all the gardens and fountains cooled it.

    Soni took me to a tiny temple off the beaten track (Bihariji) and an interesting pool from which people used to collect water. The architecture was very clever and I was struck by how happy a man was to be pouring water into bird baths, singing for nobody in particular. Sri Jagat Siromanini was delightful, especially a social interaction with some kids whose mothers were praying.

    I unexpectedly blew my daily backpacker budget to visit Ele Jungle and ride one of the elephants. I was pleased to see them happy and in good condition. I tend to avoid these places as they are often rushed and overly high priced.

    We had a lunch break at a lovely local restaurant, which was both affordable and delicious.

    I'm not into shopping, so the visit to the fabric store was wasted on me. The block printing was interesting though.

    I also wasn't planning to see the tombs of the Maharaja's family. The architecture is interesting, especially the marble from the different regions of India. I'd never have known had Soni not explained it to me before I entered.

    We finished a long day without having visited two of the sites on my list. So, I booked Soni for the following day as I was due to catch a train out at midday.

    We started at 7.00am to get an early start on Galtaji Temple. I wanted to see the monkeys, given I live in Indonesia and we have our own monkey temple. Soni organised a young man to give me a tour, including a motorbike ride up the mountain to save some time. I was horrified that the snack of choice for the monkeys was jelly candy and not fruit or nuts. Nevertheless, my guide was terrific at interacting with them.

    The temple itself has an interesting architectural position in nature. I was saddened by the filth of the holy water people were bathing and healing in. It seemed such a contradiction to the pure, fresh water sourced from a mountain spring. The human factor has a dreadful impact on it and it brought tears to my eyes.

    My final stop was Jantar Mantar, the ancient astronomy centre. This was important for me to see as my oldest grandchild wants to be an astronomer. The guides are hideously expensive and rush through as fast as physically possible to grab the next tourist's payment, which was disappointing given my purpose for sharing what I learned with my granddaughter. I took myself on a second tour of the instruments in the end.

    All in all, I enjoyed my time with Soni. He is knowledgeable, generous with his sharing and easy to communicate with. His instructions on getting the best out of a site is most helpful.

    My advice to anyone booking is to be clear about financial expectations up front. There were a few surprises.

    Siromanini was delightful, especially a social interaction with some kids whose mothers were praying.

    I unexpectedly blew my daily backpacker budget to visit Ele Jungle and ride one of the elephants. I was pleased to see them happy and in good condition. I tend to avoid these places as they are often rushed and overly high priced.

    We had a lunch break at a lovely local restaurant, which was both affordable and delicious.

    I'm not into shopping, so the visit to the fabric store was wasted on me. The block printing was interesting though.

    I also wasn't planning to see the tombs of the Maharaja's family. The architecture is interesting, especially the marble from the different regions of India. I'd never have known had Soni not explained it to me before I entered.

    We finished a long day without having visited two of the sites on my list. So, I booked Soni for the following day as I was due to catch a train out at midday.

    We started at 7.00am to get an early start on Galta Ji Temple. I wanted to see the monkeys, given I live in Indonesia and we have our own monkey temple. Soni organised a young man to give me a tour, including a motorbike ride up the mountain to save some time. I was horrified that the snack of choice for the monkeys was jelly candy and not fruit or nuts. Nevertheless, my guide was terrific at interacting with them.

    The temple itself has an interesting architectural position in nature. I was saddened by the filth of the holy water people were bathing and healing in. It seemed such a contradiction to the pure, fresh water sourced from a mountain spring. The human factor has a dreadful impact on it and it brought tears to my eyes.

    My final stop was Jantar Mantar, the ancient astronomy centre. This was important for me to see as my oldest grandchild wants to be an astronomer. The guides are hideously expensive and rush through as fast as physically possible to grab the next tourist's payment, which was disappointing given my purpose for sharing what I learned with my granddaughter. I took myself on a second tour of the instruments in the end.

    All in all, I enjoyed my time with Soni. He is knowledgeable, generous with his sharing and easy to communicate with. His instructions on getting the best out of a site is most helpful.

    My advice to anyone booking is to be clear about financial expectations up front. There were a few surprises.
    Written 10 April 2024
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
  • Hayley
    Bibra Lake, Australia6 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We just used Janu Private Tours to get the most out of a few days in Jaipur. Our guide, Naveen, was fantastic. He is so accommodating, friendly and knowledgeable and his English is excellent. He took us to a few key attractions and a number of lesser known places (including the best Lassi in town!). He also took us to great businesses when we wanted to do some shopping, e.g. a block printing factory for high quality clothes.

    I highly recommend Janu Private Tours. They are happy to take you wherever you want to go and will show you the best of Jaipur.
    Written 14 March 2024
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
  • Explore38171751012
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Driver was very courteous and good. Very well organized !! Loved it !! All the local guides from Delhi to Udaipur were very knowledgeable and explained well about the monuments visited. Great job !!
    Written 16 April 2024
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
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