○ The Galta Temple Complex and the Galta Valley
○ Sisodia’s Gardens
○ Temple Complex
○ Sun Temple at Mountain top. (Sun-set Point)
The Galta temple complex was built in the 18th century for pilgrims travelling through the Aravalis. It is famous for its 7 different Kunds (Holy pond) which immersed 500 years ago from a natural spring. It also houses the picturesque Temples of Lord Krishna, Hanuman, and Ram constructed in the typical Rajput architecture. Galta is also very well known because of its notorious Galta Gang – A mischievous gang of Monkeys. The Galta monkey gang was also featured in the National Geographic documentary – Rebel Monkeys.
This decorated garden palace was constructed by the Emperor of Jaipur Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II in 1728. The palace was built for the emperor’s second queen, the princess Sisodia. It was built as a retreat away from the bustle of Jaipur’s court politics. The walls are engraved with murals of Radha and Krishna to symbolize the love, the Emperor had for his beloved wife.
We start riding from Princess Sisodia gardens along the dense forested valley in towards the Galta Temple Complex. Climbing through a rolling terrain we take a few short off-road trails in this picturesque forest.
With a short briefing we take a walking tour of Sisodia Princess’s gardens and start riding deep into the Aravali forests taking some exciting off-road trails and further pedal up this rolling mountainous road. Riding into the forest we reach the Galta Temple complex as we bid adieu to our bikes and walk into the temple.
We rejuvenate ourselves with some snacks and head into the temple complex and walk through the beautiful temples. This is also where the territory of the notorious Galta gang of monkeys begins. We can feed the monkeys, there is a slight chance that the gang conspires and snatches away our food basket.
Hiking up a cobbled path we walk towards the Sun Temple. The Sun Temple, situated on top of this hill holds utmost importance for a Jaipur local. This hill is also a great spot to enjoy the wonderful sun set. As we watch the red sun drowning into the city. We start walking down towards the Galta Gate.
Taking the cobbled path down towards the Old City where we bid goodbyes as we end the tour with a souvenir to make this memory a permanent one.
As this lovely bicycle safari ends here we part ways with a souvenir for you to show your friends back home when you share your Jaipur memoirs.
1. Bottled Mineral water and energy drinks.
2. Route map
3. Light Refreshments en-route
4. Brand new bicycles with helmets and european style breaking for added safety.
5. Well experienced bicycle tour captains who are well versed the route.
6. A tour escort at the end following all the cyclists.
7. A support vehicle with first aid kit and a stand-by bicycle.
8. There will be a trained bicycle mechanic present throughout the tour.
INR 2400 per person
Minimum number of guests - 02
Maximum number of guests- 30
1. Booking is subject to availability.
2. Minimum 02 Persons are required to confirm the booking.
3. Should be at least 20 years of age,
4. Please inform us at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure date.
5. Please note Transfers from hotel to start and end point is not included in the tour cost.
6. Late turn-up for more than 20 Mins from the scheduled meeting time will be considered as No Show.
7. Indemnity Bond is must be filed by all participants.