Free Sightseeing in Jaipur for our Volunteers in India
This May, June and July we offer free sightseeing in Jaipur for all our volunteers in India!
In order to introduce you to the Indian culture, we included some cultural activities, Hindi classes and incredible sightseeing trips in Jaipur for you.
This fascinating capital of the state of Rajasthan is one of the best-planned cities of its time. Jaipur was established by the then Maharaja, Sawai Jai Singh in the year 1927. Since the graceful architecture of the city features many buildings painted in pink, Jaipur became known as “The Pink City”. Besides the beautiful architecture, Jaipur’s musicians, artisans and craftsmen contribute to the wonderful athmosphere. Today, the city attracts the travelers for its fine jewellery, varied textiles and sumptuous cuisine. Moreover, there are innumerable sagas and stories of culture, traditions, practices and valour. This diverse land of rich cultural heritage is a royal treat for tourists all over the world.
Some Highlights for your Free Sightseeing in Jaipur
- Hawa Mahal, the palace of winds
- Amber Fort, the earliest capital of erstwhile Jaipur state
- Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory
- City Palace, the residence of erstwhile Maharaja of Jaipur
- Nahargarh Fort, the hunting residence of erstwhile Maharajas
- Jaigarh Fort, the artillery storehouse of Rajput Rulers
Cultural activities in your first week at Jaipur
You may choose, whether you would like to participate in Yoga classes, learn Indian dances or have Indian cooking classes, including to bake chapati, You will learn about religion as well, experience Holi and Diwali celebrations, and even draw Mandalas! With this short introduction to India and the “Pink City”, as Jaipur referred to, we believe, you are ready to go ahead with your volunteer project.
What is unique about our volunteer programs in India?
The staff from the local organization is very welcoming and helpful, always ready to give you a hand with your program or giving you tips for your leisure activities. As Lea put it: “The people are very friendly. sometimes you can be a little bit too friendly, but it’s OK. You get used to it”.
Find out more about volunteering with us in Jaipur, India
Find all the volunteer programs in Jaipur, India on our homepage.
Have a look to Lea’s interview about her volunteer experience as well.