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“A lot of fun and great way to see another side of Udaipur”
The walk offers a unique opportunity to interact with diverse communities of Udaipur's artists that work on alternative and sustainable ways of life. You will be able to meet potters, puppet-makers, zero waste designer who is working on recycling...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
| Pichhola Lake, Near Hanuman Ghat Hotel, Nayi Puliya, Outside Chand Pole, Udaipur 313001, India
We met the friendly guide and he first took us to someone's home who made pottery. This was interesting and we had a go. We then went to see puppetry but this was unfortunately not possible on that day. We understood the reasons but would...More
My friend and I were on the fence about doing this tour at first (we thought maybe it'd be too family oriented/for kids) but I'm really glad that we did it. It's a tour for all ages. Nirmal is a really cool guy and we...More
This was one of the most beautiful, interesting, fascinating tours EVER!! Nirmal organized a wonderful visit to many artisans, and connected us with the people - who were warm, friendly and incredibly talented! Bring walking shoes! I loved meeting a family of potters (many generations)...More
We found every aspect of the tour Incredible.Lead by an energetic, knowledgeable local, we were given a relaxed and interactive insight. Each different artisan community we visited was fascinating. Exposing us to hidden cultures of great talent. It was a refreshing tour to be among...More
It was so interesting to see the local art forms and actually try a hand at them! I completely enjoyed the visit to the potters family and getting my hands dirty making some diyas, piggy bank, cups and even a "Tawa" (flat pan)! We visited...More
Highly recommend this tour to any travellers - single, families or couples - anyone who would like to partake in a bit of real life India in Udaipur and spend time with a very engaging and open young man the charming Nirmal.
I'm currently living...More
When we arrived in Udaipur earlier this week, we looked for a guide that would provide a cultural walk through the city, and we definitely found it with Nirmal's Fish Eyes Artisan Walking Tours.
Experiencing Udaipur through visits with potters, puppeteers, painters and upcycling crafters,...More
If you have been on "the Other Tour of Istanbul," this is the Udaipur version. However they concentrate on local artisans. The tour includes, a painter, a family of potters, and group that uses recycled materials, and a puppets show. All are "hands on." You...More
This tour is a wonderful way to see outside of the very touristy area by the lake without going to any great effort to get out of town. We saw a very interesting cross section of artists and got to try our hand at the...More
This arts and trip is worth the whole visit to India ! This polite, innovate young guide showed ud around for 5 hours on an amazing trip-
You can find him in Millets of Mewar and the whole trip costs 2400 for 2 persons...and it's...More