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CHOKHI DHANI DESERT CAMP - JAISALMER


27 luxuriously Deluxe and Swiss camp Luxurious Tents I Musical Performance & Folk Dance I Luxurious Facilities I Rajputana Era Experience I Open Sky Bar-be-que & Cocktails I Desert Safari I Bygon Era Glimpse I Camel Ride I Authentic Rajasthani Food I Chokhi Dhani Ethnic Village I Airport – 52 kms, 1 hrs. I Railway station – 149 kms, 2 hrs. 30 mins. I City Centre – 40 kms, 40 mins.


We offer an extraordinary combination of authentic Rajasthani desert experience and stay in luxurious tented accommodations for your ultimate Indian Thar Desert. All our Swiss tents are spacious, luxurious, with attached western bathrooms, running cold/hot water and all modern amenities.

Away from the hustle of city life, enjoy peaceful and indulgent days and nights at our large canvas Swiss tents. Experience an excellent outdoor dining with soulful food and wine (we have other choices available) under a starry night sky.
27 luxuriously Deluxe & Swiss Camp
      15 Deluxe Camp                                     12 Swiss Camp
Deluxe Camp: Desert Camp offer rustic and spacious tents with all modern conveniences.
Swiss Camp: Desert Camp offer rustic and spacious tents with all modern conveniences.


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Bindola
The multi-cuisine restaurant aesthetically treating your taste buds and also your mind with the right kind of decor.
The Village Dining Hall - Sangri
The village dining hall - Sangri is renowned for the mouth watering and typical Rajasthani food, served to you on a leaf platter in the tradition of Manuhaar.
Sangri: These cottages are ethnically designed with traditional elements, frescoes and wall-paintings, period furniture yet cozy enough. They represent the ethnic culture of Rajasthan.
Aragosa: Executive Cottages at Chokhi Dhani Resort are ideal for the executives and families looking for a home away from home offering extended-stay accommodation.

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Chokhi Dhani Luxury Desert Camp & Village Fair, Jaisalmer
has been the mirror of Rajasthan"s rich culture heritage & spirit of this colourful state.
The rustic look is pleasantly blended with a village fair theme every evening as an on-going celebration of the heritage of Rajasthan.
 
The Desert Camp has luxury water proof tents with its spacious verandah, bedroom &in-suite. From palatial living to desert safari, one can experience complete Jaisalmer, with Chokhi Dhani.
 
The Chokhi Dhani Desert Camp, situated near Sam Sand Dunes, ventures to bring its guests exotic, enthralling & exciting desert life.
 
The fully equipped luxury tent accommodation, with all 5-star facilities, allows you to be close to nature, & Rajasthani culture.
 

Along with camping, one can witness the bygone Rajputana era with Desert safari, camel ride, folk dance & musical performance & authentic Rajasthani food.

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Entertainment

Live dance and enthralling performances all through the evenings is one of the major attractions at Chokhi Dhani Desert Camp Jaisalmer. These Live shows capture the interest and made you spellbound.

Folk Dance And Music Show - Chaupal Nach Gan Re

There are many folk dances in Rajasthan and all are performed here on different occasions. Like Ghoomer, Potter Dance, Kalbeliya - the Snake Dance, Bhopa-Bhopi Dance and more. Kalbeliya dance of Rajasthan is famous all over the world for its high beat passionate music and fascinating all-round fast body movements. Traditional snake charmers, the folk dancers sway to the lilt of the "Been" and beat of the drum. Their graceful and sinuous dance movements captivate all visitors.

In Bhopa-Bhopi dance artiste tells some old folk stories of Indian Folk God or king in sort of song and they dance on it.

Ghoomer is the magical dance performance of Rajasthan which makes the foot tap to the tune of desert. In Potter Dance artiste dances with 7 to 11 pots on her head or in some shows they dance with taking lighted pot on their heads.

Acrobatics On A Bamboo- Nat Ro Kartab

See this gutsy feat live. The brave artiste balances himself on a bamboo without the protection of a safety net beneath.

The Puppet Show - Kathputli Ro Nach

The colorful Puppet Show transports you into the world of valiant Kings, beautiful princesses and all powerful magicians. The puppeteer makes episodes and scenes from their lives come alive to give you a glimpse of their lifestyle.

The Magic Show - Jadu Ro Khel

The magician performs his entrancing show with some hand tricks and hypnotism and puzzles your mind.

Hotel Information

CHOKHI DHANI DESERT CAMP - JAISALMER
Hotel Address :

Sam Road, Near Bunes Parking, Kanoi, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001, India


Phone :
08769561634
Fax:

Email:
som@chokhidhanijaisalmer.com

Hotel Manager Name :
Mohammed Umar
Hotel Manager E-mail:
som@chokhidhanijaisalmer.com
Reservations E-mail:
info@roohihotels.com
No. of Rooms:
27 luxuriously Deluxe Camp & Swiss Tents
Air-conditioning:
Partially air-conditioned
Travel Information and Tourist Attraction:

Nearest Airport:  Jaisalmer Airport , Air Force School Road, Kota Airport Area, Dhauwa, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001. Tel: 02992 250 048.

Airport – 52 kms / 1 hrs.
Railway Station – 149 kms / 2 hrs. 30 mins.
City Centre – 40 kms / 40 mins.

Tourist Spots: 30 sight-seeing options in and around Jaisalmer.

Jaisalmer is a former medieval trading center and a princely state in the western Indian state of Rajasthan, in the heart of the Thar Desert. Known as the "Golden City," it"s distinguished by its yellow sandstone architecture. Dominating the skyline is Jaisalmer Fort, a sprawling hilltop citadel buttressed by 99 bastions. Behind its massive walls stand the ornate Maharaja"s Palace and intricately carved Jain temples.

Weather: 30"C, Wind SW at 11 km/h, 66% Humidity

Population: 65,471 (2011)

Places to visit in Jaisalmer:

Jaisalmer Fort: The most famous landmark in the city, Jaisalmer Fort is one of the largest forts in the world. Built in 1156 AD, the fort is also popularly known as Sonar Qila. Unlike other forts in the country, Jaisalmer Fort is a massive fort with a museum, shops, hotels, houses etc.

Patton ki Haveli: One of the largest havelis in Rajasthan, Patwon ki Haveli is a cluster of five small havelis. Started by Guman Chand Patwa, a wealthy banker, Patwon ki Haveli took almost 55 years to be built and was completed by his sons. 

Salim Singh ki Haveli: Salim Singh ki Haveli was built by Salim Singh, who was the formidable prime minister of Jaisalmer when it was the capital of the princely state. Almost 300 years old, the haveli adorns a beautiful, arched roof in the shape of a peacock. 

Nath Mal ki Haveli: Once the residence of Diwan Mohata Nathmal, who was the Prime Minister of Jaisalmer, this grand haveli has an interesting story behind it. It is said that the construction of this structure began from two sides at the same time. With huge life-size elephants carved out of yellow stone.

Sam Sand Dunes: The most exciting excursion that you can plan around Jaisalmer would have to be to Sam sand dunes. A vast area covered with rolling mounds of fine sand, Sam is barely 42 kilometres away from the city and is very popular for day trips as well as overnight camp excursions.

Bada Bagh: Located approximately 6 kilometres off Jaisalmer, Bada Bagh is a popular attraction that is frequented by tourists who come to visit the various chattris or royal cenotaphs which exist here. The Jait Sar Tank and the Jait Bandhare also popular attractions to check out while visiting Bada Bagh.

Jain Temples: The Jain temples are the most important religious attractions in Jaisalmer. Constructed in the 12th century, the temples are situated within the Jaisalmer Fort campus. 

The Jain temples are famous for their intricate carvings and architecture and bear striking similarity to the Dilwara Temples near Mount .

Gadisar Lake: A man-made water reservoir, the Gadisar Lake was once the only source of water in Jaisalmer. Constructed by the first ruler of Jaisalmer, Raja Rawal Jaisal, it is surrounded by temples and ghats (banks). One can spend some peaceful time in the serene surroundings of the lake.

Churi Dunes: Situated on the outskirts of Jaisalmer about 40 kilometers away, Khuri Dunes is an offbeat tourist attraction. The vast desert is ideal for those who want to experience solitude and peace in the desert. Visitors can also enjoy camel safaris at Khuri Dunes. There is a small village with houses .

Desert Culture Centre and Museum: Located close to the Jaisalmer city centre, Desert Culture Centre and Museum houses a large collection of traditional ancient scriptures, artefacts and instruments in addition to a vast collection of weapons, jewellery and handicrafts. The museum is maintained by the tourism department and is a must-visit for history buffs. 

Jaisalmer Fort Palace Museum and Heritage Centre: Situated inside the majestic Jaisalmer Fort, the Jaisalmer Fort Palace Museum and Heritage Centre was an erstwhile royal residence, which was later converted into a heritage centre and museum. The museum houses a great collection of artefacts depicting the rich culture and heritage of Jaisalmer. 

Desert National Park: One of the largest national parks in India, Desert National Park, situated near Jaisalmer extends over an area of 3,162 square kilometres and is home to a variety of flora and fauna including migratory birds such as kestrels, laager falcons, buzzards, vultures and more. 

Jaisalmer Desert Festivals: Celebrated in the month of February every year, this three-day festival depicts the rich heritage and culture of what Rajasthan symbolises. Watch folk singers and dancers performing on the lyrical Rajasthani songs. Some of the other activities to watch out for during this festival are the traditional acrobatics by locals .

The That Desert Museum: This is a great place for history enthusiasts who will love the artefacts preserved here. The museum displays ancient coins, manuscripts, photographs, weapons and musical instruments. The owner of the museum is a history buff himself and you can ask him for a tour of the museum.

Tazia Tower: Tazia in Urdu refers to a float taken during the procession of Muharram. The old Muslim craftsmen of the time gave this structure the shape of a Tazia as a symbol of their religion. The architects of the tower gifted the palace to the Royal patrons of Badal Palace. 

Dussehra Chowk: Dussehra Chowk is a huge courtyard inside the famous Golden Fort or Sonar Kila of Jaisalmer. It is known to be the perfect place to marvel at the architecture and craftsmanship of the palace. Dussehra Chowk can be reached through Hawa pol.


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