3 days Elephant Jaipur Tour Program
This 3 day Elephants Jaipur Tour program is for the traveler/volunteers which have a less time in India; willing to spend some time with elephants to care as a volunteer work and also looking to visit some of the famous tourist destination in PinkCity Jaipur. By doing this short term tour you can volunteer for the elephants to care with the help of elephant mahouts. The work will involved feeding the elephants, bathing them, cleaning the area & make the bundles of hay to eat. After finishing the care program you will going to visit the famous tourist destination in Jaipur like Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Wind Palace, Water Palace, Albert Museum, Monkey Palace & Birla Temple. Volunteers will get a chance to get the real feel of India by residing with an Indian host family for 3 days, enjoying their traditions and Indian meals. Spending time with elephants is consider as a top most things to do in Jaipur and also the city has one of the famous tourist attractions of Incredible India.
Add On Tour: 3 DAYS ELEPHANT JAIPUR TOUR PROGRAM
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- Pre-departure information and support by email/phone.
- Arrival Pick up service from Jaipur, India Airport.
- Transfer to your accommodation
- Accommodation and 3 Meals per day.
- Transport to and from your project.
- Program relevant materials.
- Local in-country team support and backup.
- Weekend Sightseeing’s
- Cost of Visas,
- Return transfer to the airport.
Day 1::On day 1 we provide pick up facility for you from your desired location in Jaipur ( Airport/Bus Stand/Railway Station/ Hotel). After pickups we will transfer to your accommodation. Spend time with your lovely Indian Family and took rest after your long travel. At 1:30 p.m our project taxi will come to pick you and bring you to meet our Elephants at the Village. It is like meet-greet program with Chapati making work. Make sure to arrive at least before 12:00 so that you have enough time for rest from your journey & meals at Indian Family House.
Day 2:At 8:30 a.m our project taxi will come to bring for the sightseeing tour of Jaipur which will be last until 12-12:30 p.m. Get Ready for the Tuk-Tuk ride to the elephant village. Our project taxi will pick you at 1:30 p.m. You will be caring the elephants for 3 hours which includes bathing them, cleaning the area, make bundle of hay for elephant to eat. After elephant care work you will reach the accommodation at around 5:30 p.m.
Day 3:Day 3 plan will be same as the day 2. This will be your last day to say Good Bye to your Lovely Elephants. You will going in the morning for sightseeing tour and in afternoon going for the elephant care work. After finishing the volunteer work you can go by your own to visit the nearby local market and temples. Our accommodation is in the main local city area where most of things available by the walking distance.
An unforgettable experience is promised indeed.
We, at Volunteering With India, strive hard to make you enjoy your trip to the core while you strengthen your bond with lovely elephants. So plan a trip to Jaipur and get a lovely dose of closeness with elephants along with enjoying the serene beauty of one of the most royal and breathtaking places of India.
Amer Fort: This fort is famous for fascinating Rajputana architecture, splendid sandalwood work and places like Sheesh Mahal and Diwaan-e-Khaas. A unique artistic brilliance is clearly visible in its construction and design and this makes a trip to this palace unforgettable.
Jaigarh Fort: Referred to as ‘Fort of Victory’, the fort boasts of secret passages, temples, residential complexes and water reservoirs. Jaivana Cannon, famous for being world’s biggest cannon, is the most famous thing about this fort.
Water Palace: Also known as Jal Mahal, this palace is situated in the Man Sagar Lake and is flanked by Nahargarh Hills all around. The beauty of the palace lies in its gardens and courtyards built in the royal style displaying Mughal tastes. Various species of birds all around the palace mesmerise the bid lovers to the core.
Wind Palace: Also famous as Hawa Mahal, Wind Palace is one of the most favourite destinations for tourists as it is a beautiful architectural masterpiece which has more than 900 small windows. The topmost floor presents a mesmerising view of the city.
Albert Museum: Located amidst Ram Niwas Garden, Albert Museum is constructed with pink sandstone and is famous for collection of rare paintings, woodcraft items, carpets, costumes, jewellery, weapons and many other ancient artefacts.
Monkey Temple: Galtaji Temple is also amongst famous tourist attractions in Jaipur. Monkeys surround this temple in huge number and this is the main reason behind its name ‘Monkey Temple.’ Umpteen numbers of tourists visit this temple every year to take a dip in the holy waters especially on the day of Makar Sakranti. Built splendidly just like a royal haveli, the very sight of the temple makes one spellbound by its architecture.
Birla Temple: Formerly known as Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Birla Temple. Birla Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi. The temple boasts of ancient quotes from Gita and description of historical events carved on the walls. The temple shrine owes its beauty to the white marble and is a real epitome of architectural artistry.