Rajasthan
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Our most recommended Rajasthan Night Tours

  • Jaipur: Pub Crawl Walking Tour

    1. Jaipur: Pub Crawl Walking Tour

    Spend your evening on an exciting pub crawl tour in the heart of Jaipur. Experience the nightlife of the city as you hop from one pub to another and drink a free shot at each. Enjoy a night of games, dancing, local beverages, and food. Visit a total of three spots: Kafka Lounge, Hollywood Café, and Skyfall By Replay. Get a chance to meet new people in an energetic, fun, and friendly atmosphere. By the end of the night, get a new perspective of the city, its culture, and its nightlife. Leave the tour with insider info about the best booze in the city, perfect if you plan on continuing your night out.

  • Udaipur: 3-Hour Pub Crawl

    2. Udaipur: 3-Hour Pub Crawl

    Experience Udaipur's nightlife on a 3-hour pub crawl. Enjoy complimentary shots and the company of new friends as your guide takes you from bar to bar. Meet your friendly guide at the meeting point. Get to know other participants and head out into Udaipur's nightlife. This pub crawl visits 3 different locations with a complimentary shot at each. Make your way through Udaipur as the evening deepens and listen as your guide shares unique stories about the city and the local party culture. Enjoy various drinks, including one welcome shot from each of the pubs you visit. Make new friends as you exchange stories with your fellow travelers from all over the world. As you hop between pubs your guide will also share some insider information about the best booze in the area, where to get them, and even some souvenir shopping tips.

  • Udapiur: Night Walking Tour

    3. Udapiur: Night Walking Tour

    Your guide will meet you at your tour meeting point, from where you will be taken to your first attraction of Aravali Vatika. There you will explore its three-layer landscaped garden, which contains a small artificial lake. Following that you will advance towards Pearl Hill, which overlooks the Fateh Sagar Lake and is the memorial of the Rajput hero Maharana Pratap. You'll then visit the Hall of Heroes, which contains 20 large paintings on Mewar history and models of Chittorgarh and the Haldighati battlefield. Towards the latter end of your experience, you'll go to Sunset Point, the Fateh Sagar Garden, Circuit House, and Guru Gobind Singh Park. Your tour will eventually culminate with the Moteshwar Mahadev Temple and Fateh Sagar Paal, including the kilometer-long Fateh Sagar Lake which is one of the most beautiful places to watch the sunset.

  • Jaipur: Evening Walking Tour

    4. Jaipur: Evening Walking Tour

    Discover Jaipur's unique nocturnal atmosphere on a guided walking tour. Explore the city's best off-the-beaten-track spots and local favorites in the company of a local guide who will make sure you don't miss a thing.  Start the tour with a visit to Amar Jawan Jyoti and be mesmerized by the beautiful light of the memorial flame. You can also admire views of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly Buildings from here. Afterward, continue towards Ambedkar Circle, where you can admire a beautiful fountain made from recycled materials. Stop for a cup of chai at a local favorite spot before continuing your tour. As you stroll through the city, see sights such as Rambagh Golf Club, the building of Rajasthan High Court, Pant Krishi Bhawan, Secretariat Jaipur, and the Birla Planetarium. At the Statue Circle, admire a beautifully-decorated with brilliant lightings and multi-colored fountains. Finish...

  • Jaipur Night Tour

    5. Jaipur Night Tour

    On this night safari of Jaipur discover the vibrant colors of the city, which keep alive the 300 year old architecture and culture that the Mughals bestowed upon India. Visit the city in the evening and explore the antiquity of various monuments. Jaipur is a beautiful city during the day, yet it is even more beautiful at night. Although the monuments are closed, you can still appreciate them from the outside, get to know about the city and enjoy the beautiful night views of Jaipur.  

  • Mewar Evening Light & Sound Show with Dinner

    6. Mewar Evening Light & Sound Show with Dinner

    You will be driven to the City Palace for a 1-hour, hi-tech show in English known as "The Legacy of Honor". The show begins at 07:00 PM at the magnificent Manek Chowk in the City Palace complex. It is the deep, baritone voice of Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur (the present custodian of the house of Mewar) which welcomes guests at the start of the show and sets the mood for the evening. The 12 episodes in the show recreate the devotion of the dynasty's founding father Bapa Rawal, the glory of Rani Padmini & Chittorgarh and the sacrifice of Panna Dhai before moving to present the establishment of Udaipur in the 16th-century. Afterwards, you can enjoy dinner at a local restaurant before being driven back to your hotel. 

  • Jodhpur: Evening Walking Tour

    7. Jodhpur: Evening Walking Tour

    Your guide will meet you at your tour meeting point, from where you will be taken to your first attraction the Umaid Udhyan Park and Umaid Garden. You will then be presented with beautiful views over the Maharaja Umed Sigh Stadium, before continuing onward to the Sardar Government Museum. The building of the Rajasthan High Court will be next on your agenda, before you encounter the Office of the Wildlife, the Divisional Commissioner Office, and other sites of historical importance which are decorated with brilliant lights. Later, enjoy the view of the Kamla Nehru Mahila University and Circut House Jodhpur, before being taken to some local and tourist hangout points. You'll then enjoy a hot beverage at favorite local spot, before finally touring Lake Umaid Talab and concluding at the Umaid Bhavan Palace and Museum.

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What people are saying about Rajasthan

Overall rating

3.5 / 5

based on 4 reviews

Friendly and attentive

The guide (Abishek) was very friendly and accommodating. Good sense of humour too. He took photos for us which he later sent us. He says himself he is not actually a guide but has a basic knowledge.