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Khem Villas Rd Ranthambore, Sawai Madhopur 322001 India
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#3 of 60 B&Bs / Inns in Sawai Madhopur
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Khem Villas is a small wilderness camp located on the edge of Ranthambhore National Park created on 25 Acres of reclaimed barren land that offers small lakes, open grassland and thick forest areas. All of which combines to offer an unparalleled wilderness experience that is tranquil with nature trails and sit outs from where visitors can view a wide variety of birds and animals. The camp is run by Dr. Goverdhan and Usha Rathore. Goverdhan is the son of Fateh who is India's leading Tiger experts and he himself is an internationally acclaimed environmental activist providing health care, education, alternate energy projects to the local community.
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jai k wrote a review Oct 2020
India17 contributions3 helpful votes
We stayed at Khem villas with our two kids, for 3 nights at their cottage overlooking the small pond. The hotel is very well maintained, very clean sheets and rooms. They only serve Veg food, with set menu, but we really enjoyed the food as everything is made fresh and mostly grown from their in-house organic farm. The staff was very accommodating, made us feel very comfortable. They made sure all our requests were catered to. They even went out of their way to prepare Dal batti churma for us on special request. One of the staff gave us lot of information about the tigers and other stories of the jungle and kept the kids engaged and interested every evening in the properties beautiful sit out where they have bonfire every evening. The pool is small and more like a plunge pool
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Date of stay: October 2020
Camping Mom wrote a review Jun 2020
California10 contributions1 helpful vote
This incredible location did not disappoint! We stayed 2 nights in the tents and went on 3 safaris into Ranthambore National Park. Every aspect of our stay was memorable - the staff, food, campfires, astronomy, nature walks. Your wake up call was coffee or tea delivered to the patio of your tent! The store on property was the BEST shopping we did our entire trip in India. Prices couldn't be beat and he has a very quick turnaround time for ordered garments.Only complaint was I wished I had an extra day with no safaris just to enjoy the property even more. Thank you for this bucket list experience!
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Date of stay: March 2020
davemartin3 wrote a review Mar 2020
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom780 contributions243 helpful votes
We decided to go for the rooms in the main house rather than in the lodges and were glad we did so. They more than met our needs and were very convenient. The cost difference was substantial. The food was excellent but was let down on occasions by some pretty random service where no one seemed to be in charge. The free wildlife walk was good and the facilities were well above average. Would certainly commend to others as an alternative to less characterful but glitzy hotels in the town.
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Date of stay: March 2020
Richard N wrote a review Mar 2020
Johannesburg, South Africa187 contributions80 helpful votes
Stayed here for three nights after Agra. Long drive but nice to see proper countryside. Accommodation was in tents. Very nice tents and well appointed. Note that there is no aircon in the tents. In March was fine and did not have the fan even on but in hot season I would avoid. Beautiful views from the tent. Note also the camp is not far from the village and we heard misused a couple of times - a bit telling that the hotel provides ear plugs as standard :). The villas face the other was and may be better option. Food was good vegetarian fare. Note that there is no meat served at all. I was not aware of this as an avid meat eater and quite strange to go 3 days with no meat. But I made it!! The food is a buffet and everything put on a tray to eat. Not first prize for me but
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Date of stay: March 2020
Davidedwards123 wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom22 contributions7 helpful votes
A beautifully situated hotel in its own grounds. We stayed in one of the cottages overlooking a lake with it's own resident crocodile. Just walking round the extensive grounds was a memorable experience. The staff are friendly and helpful - and the service included hot water bottles and blankets provided for early safaris. The food - all vegetarian - was excellent, and sitting round the campfire with a cold beer in the evening was something not to miss. Thanks especially to DV, the resident naturalist, who was most informative. Definitely recommended.
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Date of stay: February 2020
US$ 386 - US$ 394 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
khem villas hotel sawai madhopur
IndiaRajasthanSawai Madhopur DistrictSawai Madhopur
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