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Jaipur to Abhaneri

Amazing Tour

Jaipur to Abhaneri

$40 per person

Enjoy a full day exploring the town of Abhaneri on this tour from Jaipur with a same-day return. No need to rent a car as all transportation is included. With commentary from your guide, highlights include Harshat Mata Temple, the famous step-wells (originally used to store water during droughts) and the Monkey Temple.

1 Days
12+ Age
  • Departure
    Jaipur
  • Departure Time
    In the morning, at 8:30
  • Return Time
    Approximately 6:00 PM.
  • Dress Code
    Casual, comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and light jacket.
  • Included
    Jaipur to Abhaneri
    Departure Taxes
    Entry Fees
    Breakfast
  • Not Included
    All Government Taxes (GST, Parking Charges, Toll Taxes & Interstate Taxes)
    Private transfers from hotel/airport/railway station
    Chauffeur Driven A/C Private Vehicle
    5 Star Accommodation
    Personal Guide
1
You'll get picked up
In the morning, there will be an 8:30 am pick up by your driver. You will be driven in a private air-conditioned vehicle to visit the amazing “Boris‟ (Step Wells) and Harshat Mata Temple
2
Visit the Abhaneri Step - well
The village of Abhaneri is believed to be established by King Raja Chand. Originally Abhaneri was named Abha Nagri, which means the city of brightness but due to the mispronunciation of the term, it is changed to the present name. Step wells are the unique concept of India. These big tanks were used as cool places of resort and water reservoir in parched days. It was a ritual to wash hands and feet before visiting the temple. Chand Baori is one of the oldest and most attractive landmarks in Rajasthan state in India.
3
Visit the Galta Ji Temple – Monkey Temple
The temple complex of Ramgopalji Temple is colloquially known as Monkey Temple (Galwar Bagh) in travel literature. This is due to the large tribe of monkeys who live here in the temples, which have been largely abandoned and only partially restored. It is a unique Hindu temple as it is centered around a natural spring that has been channeled to fill seven large pools. In these pools pilgrims come to bath away their sins while, at quiet moments, the playful monkeys can be found swimming in the holy waters.
4
End your Journey back in Jaipur
End your journey back in Jaipur where you will be dropped off at the place of your choice.
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