Sky Waltz is a Government approved hot air balloon safari that has activities all over the country. It consists of a team of professional pilots from UK, Europe, India and USA who give you the experience of a lifetime. Sky Waltz is India's first licensed balloon operation programme.
Elday in Jaipur gives you the opportunity to live in an elephant village. The park's sole purpose is for the conservation of elephants. Learn about elephants eating habits, traditional decoration and life all in this very park. One also gets the chance to feed them, bathe them and water them. It gives you the feeling of taking care of your own pet.
The Man Sagar lake is named after the king who commanded the lake to built, Raja Man Sigh I. This lake dates back to as early as the 17th Century and houses the Jal Mahal, a one-of-a-kind palace in the middle on the lake. Strategically designed, the lake was built as a water reservoir in the drought-trodden land of Rajasthan.
An ingenious conception of the Department of Science and Technology of Rajasthan, the Science Park was built in 1998 to spread scientific knowledge and create environmental awareness among Jaipur's people. As you walk through the park you'll come across models explaining the various laws of science. Visitors here get acquainted with concepts like Newton's Law of Motion, gravity, conservation of energy and Kepler's law of celestial motion. The interactive displays, illusion-like effects, and three-dimensional mirror images at the 'Fun gallery' leave every visitor intrigued. Make sure you visit the mini-planetarium and the Information Technology gallery. Indeed, learning science was never this much fun! Please note this great attraction is closed on major holidays.
Nestled away cozily in the north of Jaipur, lies the lush green Kanak Vrindavan Valley. It was christened by Sawai Jai Singh, who was the ruler and founder of Jaipur. This natural attraction is one of the most visited tourist spots in Jaipur owing to its gorgeous ancient stone temples and the picturesque scenery it offers. The valley is also a favorite spot for film shooting and picnickers, and is also a perfect spot to watch exotic migratory birds.
Located at a driving distance from Jaipur, Chandlai Lake is a beautiful site to visit. The lake is known for housing several migratory birds who visit this lake throughout year. Enjoy some time away from the city and relax by this serene lake or come here for bird-watching, you are sure to enjoy your visit here.
Virasat Experiences takes you on a nice long evening walk to try some of the culinary delights like Samosa Kachori, Kulfi and Lassi. You also get a chance to try some of the finest sweets in the area. Get to meet the locals and experience their hospitality.
Virasat Experiences takes you on an outdoor trek with an amazing scenery and fresh air in the surrounding area of the Aravali hills with the Heritage Walks. Whether you are interested in history, local culture or the local cuisine, Virasat Experiences chalks out four different types of tours that cover your area of interest. For those interested in history can enjoy Amber Heritage trail where you will a ruined fort, shrines and also the Meena community to know about their everyday lives. If you want to experience the local scene and food of Jaipur, Bazaars,Crafts & Cuisine Walk is just for you. Besides, there is Temples & Havelis walking tours for those interested in exploring India and the Art & Antiquities Of Old Jaipur tour is designed for the art enthusiasts.
The Mansarovar Stadium is also known as the KL Saini ground or Jaipur District Cricket Association Ground. It is located in the Masarovar area of Jaipur. The doors to this ground were opened in 1990 and it is home to the Rajasthan cricket team. It can accommodate a crowd of 5000 people.