Rojani resort best resort in jaisalmer.we find many hotel in Jaisalmer but finally book rojani such a really experience NYC accommodation nyc food culture show sincerely staff well service finally m recommended visit rojani
Rojani resort.....nice stay We saw so many camps online and were confused so lastly we booked rojani having no other options but when we reached there our decision was good that we thought. Resort was good, maintain. Camel ride and all food and function are included in our package. Very nice stay. In evening we reached then they gave camel ride for sunset. Came at 7 pm ....then snacks of bhajiya, potatoes chips and peanuts with tea coffee served. Then all folk dances and music program started till 10 with DJ dance. In between we can do dinner. Morning 6 we went for sun rise point with keep safari. But don't take resort Jeep as they are charging 2500/....we took it from outside in 800/-. Came back n took breakfast. N then check out.
Beautiful location. Good hospitality, Nice and humanity staff, Beautiful evening dancing and singing programmes, Reasonableable price, Hygienic,fresh tasty food Only vegetarian food this is bad Beautiful tent
We stayed at this resort for a night and it was an experience to remember. The resort is located just opposite to the Sam sand dunes. The tents are spacious and well equipped. The staff is cordial and helpful. Food is very good. They serve traditional food and its very tasty. They also organize a campfire and cultural evening which is really wonderful. Our package included camel safari and they ensured that we enjoyed the most in it. And the cherry on the cake was the mesmerizing sunrise that we saw the next day from our tents. I guess it was one of the best views I have had in a long time. The place has great VFM and its worth staying there if you are visiting Sam.
After visiting Khoba fort, our driver took us to Rojani Resort for a camel sunset ride and evening. They were very welcoming and had great fun bargaining with them. The camel ride was pretty standard, but they all are. At least the riders were nice and chatty explaing their daily life. After the sunset, we came back to the base, where we were welcomed for dinner and a show. Even if we were very few (we are not travelling during the touristic period), we had great fun with the few Indian tourists there and the musicians. Great music and dances. The dinner was excellent and offered a large variety of Indian food, that allows anyone to find something that suits him.