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Stayed here during the puskar mela. Prices a bit steep but includes decent veg food
All meals included. Rooms are nice with cute decks. They didn't give us the tents but that was fine with us as we found this accommodation more comfy.
Rajasthan Camp in pushkar is a great option for all who are looking for quiet and calm place to stay with their family.In the night time lights and event was awesome under the open sky. It has a tour desk and a restaurant offering buffet-style...More
We stayed at this camp during the Pushkar festival and loved it.
A true rajasthani experience from the word go. The inside of the camp has a comfortable bed and is neatly furnished with all the amenities. They have a writing desk as well.
Stayed in Royal Rajasthan Camp for 2 nights on 30 & 31 Dec. The place is located about 10 minutes drive from the lake and shopping area. If you take a tuk tuk, it'll cost about 150 rupees to go to the lake/shopping area from...More
went ther with my friends ad ad a geat exeperience..Best place for nature walk with beautiful green , landscaping, & lush green lawns.ur plan was to head to Jaisalmer and head onwards to Kurhi to have a camel safari. we al had a great tie...More
US$ 45 - US$ 105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Murshida M | Reviewed this property |
Hi Kersy A, there is no camel safari from the camp. You may wish to email the camp and enquire if they can help you book a camel safari from one of the vendors and they may be able to pick you up from the camp for the... More
Hi Kersy A, there is no camel safari from the camp. You may wish to email the camp and enquire if they can help you book a camel safari from one of the vendors and they may be able to pick you up from the camp for the safari.
There is also no folk entertainment at the camp. No activity at all to do in the camp at night aside from sleeping.
If you are going to Jaisalmer, I will recommend doing the camp safari there. You can even try the jeep safari (which is really really fun) at Jaisalmer. I will recommend Winds' Desert Camp in Jaisalmer. The camp stay comes with a camel safari in the evening followed by folk entertainment and dinner at night.
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