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If you are looking for a great place in Ranthambore without being in a big hotel ... go to Khem Village. The tents are beautiful, well equipped and very very quiet ... the food is excellent ! There is a small pool, enough to refresh...More
Khem villas is an incredible place which teaches us that even in this modern era it is possible for man and nature to live in harmony with each other.
I visited the place with my family from 25 th to 28 th may 2018.
Just come back from a small tour of India and stayed her for 2 nights and we were blown away. The food was amazing and I am not vegi they grow their own food and it is so fresh. The whole place is trying to...More
Location: Great, on the periphery of Ranthambore National Park
Check-in: Seamless with traditional Indian welcome.
Room: Standard room in the main block. Spacious, comfortable. Well-equipped tents and cottages also available.
Rooms are locked by means of a padlock, and a padlocked cupboard serves as your...More
We stayed in a tent for 2 nights. The accommodation was very high quality and comfortable. The attention to detail is impressive. They provide you with meals as part of the package and these were all good with excellent service. Again, the details matter so...More
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After over two weeks in Nepal and a few days in India, we arrived at Khem Villas. We had not been consuming uncooked vegetables during our trip but I could not resist the salad any longer! Every meal here was extremely... More
After over two weeks in Nepal and a few days in India, we arrived at Khem Villas. We had not been consuming uncooked vegetables during our trip but I could not resist the salad any longer! Every meal here was extremely delicious and most of the produce is grown there and cleaned well. You will not have any problems! We did stick to bottled water though (it was provided in the room).