A trip to Jaipur, India’s Pink City is a unique experience for every tourist and top of the list. If you add Ranthambore and chokidhani no doubt the fun just multiplies. The city became more attractive while its tradition blends with modernity. instantly you will fall in love with this city because of its rich heritage, colorful culture, and friendly local people.
Ranthambore, one of the most beautiful tiger reserves in India, is now well-known for its three large lakes and the relatively easy spotting of tigers, leopards, and a variety of birds inside the core zones. The forest of Ranthambore used to be a popular hunting ground for the Maharaja of Jaipur before it was converted into a Tiger Conservation Sanctuary. Besides the wildlife, you will also find ancient temples and mosques, hunting pavilions, and vine-covered chhatris (burial tombs) scattered around the fort. Ranthambore will give you and your little ones a chance to view tiger and other wildlife in their natural habitats.
Chokhi Dhani will give your family a taste of Rajasthani culture, like nothing else. Filled with immense life and unique cultural experiences, Chokhi Dhani, means ‘special village,’ is a mock Rajasthani village, complete with open-air restaurants, a bevy of traditional entertainment with dancers, acrobats, and other entertainers, as well as adventure park-like activities for your little ones. Chokhidhani décors are full of the famous Bani Thani paintings. The dedicated Deepak wall, evening performances, and food served by people in traditional costume will make Jaipur definitely an experience to cherish for a lifetime of tourists.