Thu, 04 Jun – Fri, 05 Jun (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Chawandia Road, Village Ganahera, , Pushkar , 305022 | Show on Map
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Royal Rajasthan Camp arranges desert sightseeing and camel/horse/jeep safaris for its guests.
This accommodation in Pushkar is at 3 km from the Pushkar Railway Terminus and 1 km from Pushkar Lake.This property has 20 well-appointed camps with attached bathrooms that are supplied hot and cold water.
Each room is equipped with a telephone.This Pushkar camp organizes puppet shows, folk dance programs, and tribal dance shows.
Guests can avail of doctor-on-call and round-the-clock room services.
It also has a restaurant and a conference hall.Some of the tourist spots that guests can visit during their stay at Royal Rajasthan Camp are Brahma Temple (0.2 km), Anasagar Lake (11 km), and Ajmer Sharif Dargah (place of worship; 14 km).
The camp provides pick and drop service to guests from the railway station and the airport.
The property is accessible from the Choti Basti Bus Station (1 km) and the Jaipur International Airport (151 km).
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by sharad p on
It was just amazing 3 days experience staying here. Excellent ambiance, yummy food, unmatched service and top of all nice people around. I would suggest everyone to pay just one visit. Homely feeling... Must go place.
by vinodadnani2014 on
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. Close to town but one needs transport to get here. Staff is very under trained need to step up but are sweet & friendly. So check it out.
by kaushal874 on
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 meals . Food was good !! Typical Indian food with Break fast.
by Global10Nomad on
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. The camp resort organises great evenings with music and dances by the local village dancers and it is intoxicating over a drink an dinner. Me and my husband could not resist in joining the performance. Food the tasty and sumptuous. From local rajasthani delicacies to a few continental inclusions. As the sun sets this place comes to life. Highly recommended.
by murshidam on
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 the camp. If you're up to it, you can probably walk too. Most of the attractions in Pushkar are located ard the lake area so if you don't mind the crowd and noise, you should stay in the lake area. For us, the plus about the camp was its quiet tranquility. We were the only 2 tourists in the camp. Most of their visitors were local. The camp manager was very helpful during our stay but it's quite annoying that he decided on our breakfast and dinner menu for us as there was not much food selection available. We opted to eat at Pushkar town on our 2nd night there. The "reception" area is usually empty and one needs to walk a bit to look for the staff if one has any questions. We booked for 2 nights in the luxury camp but on the 2nd night, we moved to a smaller tent as the management had overbooked. They had double booked the tent for a yoga group who were coming to stay. They compensated us with a free mineral water, a bottle of pepsi and free drop off to the pushkar lake area by the camp taxi. Tent amenities were very basic. No wifi or tv of course. There is a small heater which was not very helpful. Ask for a double blanket if you're there during winter. Expect frequent power cuts so be prepared to wash up in cold water or be prepared to wait for abt 20 mins b4 power is restored.
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