The Monkey Temple was my favorite. Beautiful nature, authentic, scenic, relaxing area. I loved watching the monkeys...a must!
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Why is this to-do so low on the list? We were here for 3 hours and just had a blast the whole time. It's amazing to interact with monkey. Simply fascinating. We held and had numerous monkeys on us with no problems. Bring some peanuts....More
the place is amazing! the building are ancient and very interesting. the place is hidden between the mountains and the road is great. the experience with the monkeys was friendly and funny
We arrived after a long trip from Agra and made it to the Temple just before sunset. Barely a soul in the place. Made it very eerie. Like something out of an Indiana Jones movie. Even the ride to the Temple is cool. Passing through...More
Unfortunately, the site is a nest of fake 'guides', hawkers and beggars. Large groups of men hound visitors in a shameful attempt to extort money. This is even made even more disgraceful, given the religious significance of the temple. We were followed for almost 1km...More
Beautiful temple up in the mountain away from flat Jaipur city (not a far drive). Filled with monkeys so DON'T BRING FOOD and be cautious holding anything you don't want stolen. They're are known to snatch things if you have something they want. Overall a...More
We visited in September. I can't say that I was wowed by it. It's pretty, but not worth going to, in my option. We missed Albert Hall for it, which I would not do again. It's off the beaten path, not clean by any means,...More
Yes, this place is dirty, as every review here notes. However, I'd still strongly recommend it. First, it is fairly undiscovered and, thus, not nearly as crowded as other India tourist sites. Secondly, feeding the monkeys is just plain fun - the monkeys are not...More