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Swiss Luxury Tents with Breakfast and Dinner

Swiss Luxury Tents with Breakfast and Dinner

Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India

  • Private Rooms in Tents
  • 3 Guests
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bed
10500
Per Night
  • Room 1
10500 x 1 nights 10500
Service fee 525
Total 11025

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About This Tents

This resort is located approximately 30kms outside of Jaisalmer on the way to the Sam sand dunes. Situated like a golden mirage in the charming romance of the Thar Desert.

This Desert Camp has 10 deluxe swiss cottage tents with comfortable beds, either one king size or two twin size beds. All premium white bed linens and towels are included, as well as premium ayurvedic toiletries. Each tent has an attached modern bathroom with shower, western flush toilet, hot and cold running water. Each ten
This resort is located approximately 30kms outside of Jaisalmer on the way to the Sam sand dunes. Situated like a golden mirage in the charming romance of the Thar Desert.

This Desert Camp has 10 deluxe swiss cottage tents with comfortable beds, either one king size or two twin size beds. All premium white bed linens and towels are included, as well as premium ayurvedic toiletries. Each tent has an attached modern bathroom with shower, western flush toilet, hot and cold running water. Each tent has a fan, A/C and heater.

This Desert Camp is located approximately 30kms outside of Jaisalmer on the way to the Sam sand dunes. Situated like a golden mirage in the charming romance of the Thar Desert, the camp combines comfort, conveniences and modern facilities with the warmth and personal attention of traditional Indian hospitality.

CULTURAL EVENING WITH FOLK DANCE

We offer a unique opportunity for the traveller to experience the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan. In the evening, sit around our huge camp fire under the countless stars above. You will dine on delicious, freshly prepared Rajasthani food and be entertained by local musicians.

ASTRONOMY/STARGAZING

The desert night sky is remarkably free of light and other pollution giving you an amazing opportunity to view the stunning constellations and incredible pathway of the Milky Way as it stretches across the sky. Stay out long enough and you are sure to see many shooting stars.

SPIRITUAL WIND-DOWN

At the end of the day – whether it has exhausted you, refreshed you, or has just been all-around mind-blowing – take a walk to the nearby dunes and watch the golden sun settle gently beyond the horizon. Meanwhile your camp crew will light a roaring fire, prepare you chai, snacks, and a traditional Rajasthani dinner, and entertain you with traditional music and dancing. And if you still have not had enough of the day – we encourage you to take time to wonder at the magical desert night sky unhindered by pollution or other lights, before you go to sleep.

CAMP AMENITIES

Room service

A/C and heaters in every tent

Deluxe linens

Complimentary premium toiletries

Individual patio sit-outs

Air-conditioned dining area

Doctor on call

Lounge area

Board games and cards

Sandboards for use on the dunes

Ample parking space

JAISALMER FORT
Built in 1156 by the Indian King Rawal Jaisal, the fort is on a site that legend says he chose on the advice of a wise local hermit. In the Indian epic poem the Mahabharata, the mystic tells Jaisal that the Hindu deity Lord Krishna had praised the spot—and therefore, a fort built there would be almost invisible to the king's enemies. Indeed, from 30 miles away, visitors see only a sheer golden cliff, rising nearly 25 stories from the desert floor. The walls, of rich yellow sandstone unique to Rajasthan's quarries, shimmer like a mirage.

Jaisalmer was once home to the Rajputs—a tribe of warriors and traders who, for centuries, prospered by levying taxes on the merchants who wound between Egypt, Persia and India. Prone to warring not only against outsiders but among themselves, the Rajputs built a network of intricate fortresses to defend themselves and their accumulated wealth.

The fort's main gate, 60 feet tall and carved from Indian rosewood, has a crack that, according to legend, appeared when a Hindu saint crossed the threshold. Three concentric rings of sandstone walls open onto homes, stables and palaces that once housed Rajput kings. In contrast to the plain walls, these bear elaborate designs. Carvings of chariot wheels, fruit and flowers emerge from soft marble. Scalloped archways guard the walkways between buildings. Ornamented screens shade royal apartments.

"Rajput forts were not easy to build," says Vikramaditya Prakash, an architecture professor at the University of Washington. "The palaces and temples are filigreed in unbelievable detail." Although it has been generations since any Rajput kings ruled here, Jaisalmer Fort still houses some 2,000 residents, which makes it India's last "living fort." (India's other famous forts are abandoned, except for tourist guides.) This too, draws visitors to Jaisalmer.

DESERT FESTIVAL (JANUARY - FEBRUARY)
Once a year in the middle of winter the empty sands around Jaisalmer come alive with the brilliant color, music and laughter of the Desert Festival. The festival is organised by the tourist authorities as tourist entertainment around January-February.

The very rich and colourful Rajasthani folk culture is on show here for a few days every year. Rajasthani men and tall beautiful women dressed in their brightly colored costumes dance and sing ballads of valour, romance and tragedy. Traditional musicians attempt to outdo each other in their musical superiority.

The high points of the festival are - snake charmers, puppeteers, acrobats, and folk performers. Camels, the lifeline of the desert play a foremost role. Proud moustached villagers, dressed in their ethnic best come astride their picturesquely caparisoned camels to join in the camel dances and competitions of camel acrobatics, camel races and décor, camel polo, tug of war and the like.

The tourist dances, turban tying competitions and tug of war are big draws and laughter. The Mr. Desert competitions, which are focused around the length of moustaches by and large, attract many hopefuls.

GADI SAGAR LAKE
This tank, south of the city walls, once held the town water supply, and befitting its importance in providing precious water to the inhabitants of this arid city, it is surrounded by small temples and shrines. The beautiful yellow sandstone gateway arching across the road down to the tank is the Tilon-ki-Pol, and is said to have been built by a famous prostitute, Tilon . When she offered to pay to have this gateway constructed, the Maharaja refused permission for it to go down to the tank as he felt that this would be beneath his dignity. While he was away, she built the gate adding a Krishna temple on top so that king could not tear it down.

SALIM SINGH KI HAVELI
This haveli was built about 300 years ago and a part of it is still occupied. Salim Singh was the prime minister when Jaisalmer was the capital of the princely state and his mansion has a beautifully arched roof with superb carved brackets in the form of Peacocks. The mansion is just below the hill and it is said that once it had two additional wooden storeys in an attempt to make it as high as the maharaja's palace, but the maharaja had the upper storey torn down.

The Camp is located approximately 30kms outside of Jaisalmer on the way to the Sam sand dunes. Situated like a golden mirage in the charming romance of the Thar Desert.

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Amenities
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Heating
  • Parking Included
  • Breakfast
  • Family/Kid Friendly
  • Dinner
  • Pets Allowed
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Internet
  • Air Conditioning
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  • Smoking Allowed
  • Heating
  • Parking Included
  • Breakfast
  • Family/Kid Friendly
  • Dinner
  • Pets Allowed
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Internet
  • Air Conditioning
  • Elevator in Building
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Kitchen
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Gym
  • Hot Tub
  • Buzzer/Wireless Intercom
  • Shared Pool
  • Private Pool
  • Lunch

Prices

House Rules

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Availability
  • Checkin After: 15:00 pm
  • Minimum Stay: 1 night
  • Checkout Before: 11:30 am

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Price Calculation
Checkin 21-09-2017 Nights 1
Checkout 22-09-2017 Units 10
Total Price Rs 11025 Extra Guest 0
Price Details
From Date To Date Nights Price (PPN X Nights X Units)
12 Dec 2014 14 Dec 2014 3 Rs 36,000 (Rs 4,000 X 3 X 3)
15 Dec 2014 16 Dec 2014 2 Rs 30,000 (Rs 5,000 X 2 X 3)
17 Dec 2014 19 Dec 2014 3 Rs 40,500 (Rs 4,500 X 3 X 3)
Extra Guest Price Details
From Date To Date Nights Price (EPPN X Nights X Units X Extra Guests)
12 Dec 2014 14 Dec 2014 3 Rs 18,000 (Rs 1,000 X 3 X 3 X 2)
15 Dec 2014 16 Dec 2014 2 Rs 15,000 (Rs 1,250 X 2 X 3 X 2)
17 Dec 2014 19 Dec 2014 3 Rs 21,600 (Rs 1,200 X 3 X 3 X 2)