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Tue, 03 Apr – Wed, 04 Apr (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Pushkar , Pushkar , 305022 | Show on Map
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Every year in the months of October and November, Royal Safari Camp offers shelter to thousands of pilgrims, tourists and villagers visiting the Pushkar Fair. Set in the tranquil environs of a rural locale, this exclusive campsite comprises 20 AC Tents and 80 Non-AC Tents for accommodation.
Designed in traditional Marwar style, these tents offer all modern comforts like attached bath, water closet and veranda. Set in the middle of the campsite is a large muslin tent where guests can relish delectable flavours of multi-cuisine vegetarian fare during breakfast and lunch.
Dinner, on the other hand, can be enjoyed under the stars or around a bon-fire while enjoying kalbeliya dance performances by an internationally renowned Rajasthani troupe. Puppet shows are also organised at the Royal Safari Camp for children.
To ensure a pleasant stay, Royal Safari Camp offers an array of services including room service, telephone, laundry, doctor-on-call, safety locker and travel assistance. For an alluring experience, the campsite also makes arrangements for camel safari that allows guests to explore the rugged terrain of the Great Indian Desert.
Proximity of the campsite to the Pushkar Temple further makes it a favourable choice.
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Price for 1 NightRs. 8,000
Non A/C Swiss Luxury Tent
by Eliza J on February 17, 2018
We arrived here from Jaipur and stayed for two nights. I think the asking price for this was $75 a night. We got it at $25 a night as we booked last minute. We arrived and they asked for our passports. we waited 5-10 minutes at the desk he then said the electricity was down so he cant scan them right now. We asked for the wifi password and he gave us the wrong password and then advised because the electricity was down it wouldnt work. This was not the first and only time the power would go down during our stay. We arrived to tent 302.... and it was disgusting. The bed had been made but I had to get them to get new sheets and pillow covers as there were multiple giant stains on them. He did so. There are holes in he floor rugs. The toilet leaked so much water when we flushed it. And during our two nights we had NO HOT WATER. It is stifling hot in the tent during the day and if the electricity is off the GIANT aircon/fan hey have in the room doesnt work. Mind you it doesnt do too much anyway. At night it is absolutely freezing and the blankets on the bed arent enough. We had to wear socks, jumper,pants and jacket to bed. I asked them for extra blankets which they did provide the next night. Not the properties fault but there is loud sounds/music from surrounding temples being played late at night and early in the morning (5am) that WILL WAKE YOU UP!! Breakfast was the most horrible thing Ive ever eaten. I ordered pancakes which were cold and rubbery and my partner ordered the Spanish potatoes. They were 4 cold potatoes, three slices of bread, a stack of butter and some jam. I would advise NOTTTT to stay here. There are some beautiful places around here for the same if not cheaper prices that I would definitely recommend!!
by Carey2016 on November 8, 2017
The tents, themselves, are not bad. Bed was mostly comfortable and the bathroom was decent. Water flowed well and the hot water was plentiful. We visited Pushkar for the annual camel fair. So it was hot during the day. You cannot stay in the tent during the day, as you'll broil. And at night, it can get pretty cold, so ask for an extra blanket! Be sure to get your meals once the restaurant tent opens, especially for lunch, as after about 20 minutes, the flies are everywhere. This wasn't as much of a problem for breakfast and dinner. Just keep in mind that this is a tent. Dirt is all around the camp, though not in the rooms. So be prepared!!
by travelingmom59 on November 12, 2016
This "hotel" is a large group of tents erected each years for tourists visiting the camel fair. Each tent has beds, folding chairs, a toilet, sink, and facilities for a sponge bath. The camp is located several km from the fair which means you have to get transport to and from, but also means you're a little protected from the loud music and firecrackers. The facilities are very basic and there is nothing to do when you are not at the fair. The camp is very hot during the day and very cold at night (ask for an extra blanket, you'll need it). Three meals a day are provided but the food is not only vegetarian but bland and monotonous. I suspect that the hotel accommodations in Pushkar are limited but I wished I could have stayed closer to the fair in a hotel with a proper shower and near restaurants Our group was happy to move on.
by Larissa D on November 8, 2016
We had 8/11/16 booked and rang to change for the day after, as plans changed, on the phone he said it was fine just email the changes. So we did, no reply until 2pm the next day (the tour goes at 3) saying no longer possible. We only got the message at 5pm and tried to sort it out but the guy we talked to wasn't helpful at all said we could go on a day we were no longer there or stay outside for the same price! As it was so late in the day we could no longer take the camels into the desert we would be going by jeep which defeats the object of a camel safari. Wouldn't do any sort of discount for messing us about and we ended up with nothing and being told it was our own fault!! After stopping in pushkar there are many more options which are significantly cheaper (1000 rupees each) anyways so I would advise people to not even bother with this company as there customer service is appalling and highly over priced.
by Jill D on December 29, 2015
We stayed here fore the Pushkar Camel Fair in November. This is a tent camp with large comfortable tents that sleep 2 people. They have a separate bathrooms inside the tent with running water in the sink, toilet and a handheld shower. The single beds were comfortable with warm comforters. At this time of year it is chilly in the evening but the weather is beautiful during the day and the tent accommodations are very comfortable and certainly warm enough for the conditions. In addition, there are 3 very good meals per day prepared for the entire camp by the staff. This is like camping out without any of the work. In addition, there are jeeps on standby to take you into town (or the Camel Fair). The camp operators are great, all of the staff friendly and helpful, making arrangements for jeeps, personal tours of the camel fair or helping with your luggage. Don't compare this to a hotel with a buffet. These are large, comfortable tents with lots of friendly helpers. We would certainly recommend this tent camp for others.
by Rae M on January 20, 2014
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