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This collection of luxury huts has been built outside Khimsar by the owner of Khimsar Fort who apparently used to be an Indian cabinet minister. The fort itself is a very nice hotel and the huts are very comfortable. There is however no reason to...More
After several days of travel to some of the bigger cities of the Golden Triangle we arrive at this wonderful hotel. Every room has its own identity....they are unique! Rooms are delightfully furnished, spacious and welcoming.
Many are around little private courtyards...others with roof top...More
If heaven were sandy..it would definitely be here at Khimsar sand dunes. The softest sand Dunes, the perfect sunset, a cup of tea/ coffee,an oasis across,
Dinner with a bonfire, under a carpet of stars and silence..i could not ask for more.
We stayed at the fort and drove to the sand dunes for the sunset; it is about 15 mins from the fort but I think it is available only for resident guests and fort guests;
There is a camel cart to take you inside the...More
Beautiful dunes you will enjoi every bit of it.So peaceful that you would not want to come back.Enkoi the dunes we went by our car and than we were taken inside the dunes by camel cart which was a great experience guys are beautiful gives...More
Oh no. It is a small one hour excursion. They'll do black buck and Neel gai sighting. Khimsar is more to sit back and relax. Are you going to Jodhpur and Jaisalmer? This place is around two hours from Jodhpur. You can stop... More
Oh no. It is a small one hour excursion. They'll do black buck and Neel gai sighting. Khimsar is more to sit back and relax. Are you going to Jodhpur and Jaisalmer? This place is around two hours from Jodhpur. You can stop by on the way to Jodhpur/ Jaisalmer from Jaipur. What route you are taking??