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Jaipur Villagers Private Tours - CLOSED

7, Khannipura Road Jalsu | Amber, Jaipur 303701, India
+91 97845 41515
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I hade Excellent village sfari tour

Dear visiter , I went to samode with my Friends , its very good village there is a small and... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2013
loter
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Stuttgart, Germany
Walk through old bazaar

Not sure if actually with villagers but walk organised by our tour company. Went with extremely... read more

Reviewed 20 December 2012
Sue W
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Doncaster
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30 Aug 2013
“I hade Excellent village sfari tour”
20 Dec 2012
“Walk through old bazaar”
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7, Khannipura Road Jalsu | Amber, Jaipur 303701, India
CONTACT
+91 97845 41515
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Reviewed 30 August 2013

Dear visiter , I went to samode with my Friends , its very good village there is a small and toll sandues and niche place to celebrate party , Samode is realy cool and pleasant village , there are few havelies and nice palace Hotel...More

Thank loter
Reviewed 20 December 2012

Not sure if actually with villagers but walk organised by our tour company. Went with extremely passionate guide who was excellent. He really cared about the old town and took us to the haveli the locals are renovating. Very informative re crafts and merchandise and...More

Thank Sue W
Reviewed 18 December 2012

Don’t go with your own car otherwise you may stuck in the middle. People are very welcoming but don’t like if you drink alcohol and eat meat. Good food and lonely neighbourhood.

Thank kd0123
Reviewed 18 December 2012

I was really surprised to see such an amazing architecture and culture. The place is completely away from tourist as there is no transport. Villagers never saw electricity in their village since they are born but the village is rich in heritage (which is almost...More

Thank pirates_m
Reviewed 18 December 2012

I was picked up from my hotel on 8 am. We were people in the jeep. After a nice road we had to scatter within the jeep for almost half an hour before we reached the village. On the main gate of the village we...More

Thank momotdelho
Reviewed 19 November 2012

When I visited Abhaneri Stepwells. The village culture of Rajasthan attracted me. When I was back in the hotel and asked to my hotel staff to suggest me a cultural attraction, He told me about jaipurvillagers with a hesitation. I was picked up from my...More

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