The state of Rajasthan was a popular destination for many royal figures as the kings and princes of those times would take elephant rides to the Amber Palace of Rajasthan. During the monarchy,
Jaipur embraces a royal past drenched completely in extravagance. The city possesses many lavish palaces including several legends, enchanting travellers and localities as well. The city is well known for its monuments, palaces, forts, temples and gardens. All these places are the bookmarks of the erstwhile traditional era, where royalty was once lived with complete power.
To ride on the luxuries of Jaipur, whether it is a horse ride or an elephant ride; all are full of fun and experience on some of the ancient modes of transportation.
Elephant Ride: By elephant ride, one can feel and enjoy the princely feeling which they have never enjoyed earlier. Elephant Safari adds a royal touch to your trip. This is the one of the simplest ways to examine the royal lands of Rajasthan. The slow and steady leap of the elephant allows travellers to examine Rajasthan amusement. The most popular places to explore by elephant safari in the Rajasthan Wildlife. They are usually allowed to watch the hills, countryside, magnificent forts, attractive temples, scenic spots, etc. In ancient times, the elephant was considered as Royal Safari for Rajas and Rajas took the round of the whole city by sitting on elephant’s back.
By taking an elephant ride one can feel like a Maharaja and enjoy the heritage trip of the Pink City, especially while visiting Amber Fort. As Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan, so many old royalties are still there in Jaipur, one best way to look at these royalties is from the back of the elephant. Elephant ride is very famous among the tourists. Elephant riding is a part of Rajasthan culture which reminds us the Royal days of ancient times. Maharaja used to consider elephants as a sign of wealth and prosperity and kings used to ride on ornamented elephants. During Holi festival, an elephant festival held every year in Jaipur. A game of Polo is the main highlight of the program. Elephants are trained by the trainers. The trainers or mahawats used to be a part of Department of Elephants, which is now not there.
Horse Riding: During ancient times the horses are used by the Rajputs and Royal families of Rajasthan in battlefields and for hunting. the Indian state of Rajasthan, where our rides are located, was once known as Registhan, “land of the desert”. You ride over a wide variety of terrain, including not only dessert but farmlands, rocky gorges, acacia forests, jungle scrub and the fertile Aravali hills.
Historically this is one of India’s richest regions littered with magnificent forts and palaces that were once home, and in many cases still are, to royal princes. Some of these are now hotels where you stay during the ride. A very special feature of the ride is the horses, the Marwari with their characteristic ears curling in at the top. The horses are forward going and fun to ride. Nowadays, these battlefields and hunting are not there but still one can enjoy exciting horse riding during Jaipur Tour. Horses are more reactive and sensitive. They have a lighter touch and are more responsive than any other animal. Horse riding is famous among the tourists. Horses are more sure-footed than camels. Doing horse riding at sunset time one can enjoy the beautiful view of the Jaipur City. Hunting animals by doing Horse Riding is a part of Rajasthani Culture.