Day 6 JAIPUR
Post early Breakfast, visit Jaipur’s famous Amber Fort - built in the 16th century. The fort is a mesmerizing
blend of Hindu and Mughal architecture. Amber Fort was used by the Rajputs for the dual purpose of
defense and private residence. The fort encompasses charming gardens and magnificent palaces made
from marble and precious stones, richly decorated with intricate stonemason works and paintings, which
represents royal splendor and luxury of the Rajput era. To ascend up the fort, use a jeep.
Later on, you can spend some magical moments with elephants in Jaipur, where you get to interact with
this majestic animal by the way of Washing and Scrubbing them on the Pool side .You get to feed them
while learning their feeding habits, and create traditional painting on the elephants face.
Lunch at the Samode Haveli
Post lunch, visit Sanganer, a small township situated a little away from Jaipur. If you love the Rajasthani
art, if you want to know the intricate process of how the carvings are done, if you want to know something
about textile block printing, if you like shopping more than anything else, then Sanganer is a must-visit place
for you. Sanganer is a shopper's paradise in true sense. It is famous for textile block printing, papermaking,
and Jaipur blue pottery. Besides shopping, there are several temples and an old Palace to spend a
Later in the evening, you will be dressed in the traditional Indian dress - Saree. Learn the art of wearing it
& drape yourself in this graceful Indian attire and visit the house of Indian Royal Family for a cooking
demonstration followed by dinner with them. The lady of the house along with other members of the
family will demonstrate cooking in your presence. Indian cooking is a diligent process involving a unique
combination of various ingredients such as spices, pulses, grains, and oils. Enjoy the fruit of your labour in
the form of the Dinner.
Overnight stay in Jaipur.