Restaurant: A multicuisine pure vegetarian restaurant serving Indian, Chinese, Continental and Rajasthani cuisine . The restaurant is decorated in fresh & lively the dyed traditional textiles. Bright & alive like Rajasthan. It offers a choice of continental & Rajasthani buffet. Multi cuisine restaurant offers a spectacular nature view of Pushkar. AROMA offers a relaxed and contemporary atmosphere in which to enjoy a lively mix of traditional and evolved modern Indian cuisine. As an upmarket Indian restaurant, Rajasthan has become synonymous with going beyond expectations. We have always strived to be at the cutting edge of eating out and tried to pay that little extra attention to detail, which hope makes dining with us an experience to savour. We know that a this is the satisfaction it continues to give to customers. More >>
Camps: Deluxe tents which are spacious and well decorated. You will impressed by the fine decor and the elegant beauty of the Camps. All the Camps have balconies overlooking the beautiful Thar desert with 2 chairs and a table so that you can enjoy the charming view with your morning tea or with your evening snacks. There is an onsite open-air restaurant, overlooking the beautiful Thar desert which serves various kinds of delicacies. The business travelers can avail of the conference rooms where meetings or any event can be organized.
As far as recreational facilities are concerned, the camp looks lively in the evening. Rajasthani folk music and dances are performed by the trained people. Trips on camels as well as on Jeeps are organized to view the desert and some desert animals. For those who are bird lovers this hotel arranges a trip for bird viewing too. Various other facilities offered by this luxurious hotel include laundry cleaning, parking, car rental.
Taxi: This dedicated consultant listens to you carefully, analyses your needs and offers the complete solution. We offer a complete travel management, in other words everything from planning to execution of Rajasthan tours. Whether you are a large group demanding custom travel services or an individual traveler looking for a weekend getaway, you will always receive our professional and personal attention.
Camel Safari: The sights en route will captivate you and become a part of your most treasured memories. There may be barren land for as far as the eyes can see. The sea of yellow shimmering sand looks extraordinary. Closer to the village you can see herds of cattle and sheep roaming around purposelessly. Stop over for a taste of the authentic Rajasthani food. The hospitable men and women will be at your service, eager to fulfill your every request.
Jeep: Riding in the open jeeps as a part of a jeep safari is much different experience from hiring an open taxi to commute between two places. More popular in winters, when sun is pleasanter and winds are cool and sometimes chilly, jeep safari takes you on an exploration of destinations that are not so well known but not any less majestic. Off the sands and sometimes off the roads, it is an enchanting experience to travel Rajasthan with a whole new perspective through the most romantic city of Udaipur and the thick forests of uneven terrain of Mewar. Rocks and hills surprise you in this desert land while the tribal areas, rural life and ruined forts and sacred temples all captivate you with an ethereal beauty of their own. You may travel through the Shekhawati belt and wonder at the painted towns huddled together in the arid scraggy desert surrounded by nothing but sand for miles and miles.
Horse: Horses have always been the favorite among the warrior-class of Rajputs. Though, the camels are most suitable of all the species for roaming in a desert land but cavalry of Rajasthan was certainly not neglected or trivialized in the least. Thakurs bred special horses at their thikanas (refined homes) and kept ready the best horsemen to serve their kings in the time of need. The native Marwari horses are hardy and agile and are still considered one of the world's best breeds of horses. The other notable breeds of horses that have served here are the Kathiawadi and Sindhi. The routes covered in these Horse safaris pass through villages, ruined historical monuments, forts and temples and are much fun along with the heritage hotels on the way where you camp for relaxation and to have some exotic meal.
Cart: In most cases, one camel is provided per person, and a camel cart accompanies the entourage, laden with food, utensils and other supplies; it’s also an option for anyone who gets sick of sitting on a lurching camel.
Tents, food, mineral water, mattresses and an escort are invariably provided, and most operators will also make sure you get a full dose of local entertainment in the evenings.
For longer camel safaris, which cover a few days, camps are usually set up at night in the vicinity of villages.