It is not worth the gas going there.. Dirty pools full of monkeys, everything is almost in ruin. Jain priests try to invite you the temples.. that are nothing special.
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The site itself is quite dirty, however the monkeys are harmless and can been seen jumping off the temple into the fountain. We approached from the bottom of MI road so ended up going to sun temple first with views over jaipur. To get to...More
Long walk and a bit hidden but worth the trek. We accidentally went to a different temple first (I think it was the sun temple), but it was a nice surprise. Don't forget to feed the monkeys on the path to the temple. Loved feeding...More
The actual temple isn't impressive, it's very small and badly looked after - but oh my gosh the walk was such fun. Monkeys are everywhere on the sweaty walk up, they run across your path and you can get quite close, even to the babies....More
Galta Ji was one of the biggest surprises for me in Jaipur. I went there in the end of the day (arrived around 5:30 PM) and started exploring the place as sunset started to take place. I was impressed with the buildings and how beautiful...More
Ok let's start with the negative. The place is a filthy dump but you try keeping a place clean when several thousand monkeys run wild! It is no more a dump than many streets in Jaipur or any Indian city. That's not a criticism of...More
You arrive, buy some nuts to feed the monkeys. There are a lot of monkeys so all seems well. A man approaches you. He tells you that the bag of nuts in your hand has made you the subject of attention to the horde of...More