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Camp like Maharajas in Rajasthan!

Maharajas of the past were used to a grand lifestyle and never compromised on luxury even when on-the-go for hunting expeditions or even, war. Tents were the only luxury available and soon these “homes away from home” evolved into mobile, mini-palaces. HighOnTravel compiles a collection of luxurious experiences in tents and camps either pitched amidst the desert, overlooking a valley, close to a forest reserve or beside a swimming pool!
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The Wilderness Camp, Rohet Garh: Indulge in the famous Rohet /Village Safaris imbibing culture and royalty; eat splendid food on picnics and bird watching, where everything makes for regal odysseys

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Siana Camps and Safari, Jalore - Rajasthan: Camp along the Aisrana Valley while joining safaris exploring south-western Rajasthan, explore rural villages via horses and jeeps and watch for rare migratory birds.

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Blend of Nature and Culture | Alwar and Jaipur | 4 Nights/5 days Discover the mesmerizing perspectives of Rajasthan through cultural events featuring vibrant performances and indulge in the unique flavours of Marwar through a sumptuous and unique stage of cuisine.

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Khem Villas, Sawai Madhopur: Relive the lifestyle of traditional Rajputs with hand-stitched tents and period furniture, and partake a unique cuisine passed down from generations.

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Chhtra Sagar, Nimaj: Relive the lifestyle of traditional Rajputs with hand-stitched tents and period furniture, and partake a unique cuisine passed down from generations.

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Rawla Narlai, Rajasthan: Indulge in the famous Rohet /Village Safaris imbibing culture and royalty; eat splendid food on picnics and bird watching, where everything makes for regal odysseys

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Ranthambore Bagh, Ranthambore: View a checklist of over 150 birds within the Bagh itself and visit nearby villages for an insight into local culture and cuisine.

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Sher Bagh, Ranthambore: Journey to the nearby lake to see various species of migratory birds and acquire objects of extreme aesthetic value, steeped in antiquity, at the Boutique.

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Tiger Machan, Ranthambore: Camp along the Aisrana Valley while joining safaris exploring south-western Rajasthan, explore rural villages via horses and jeeps and watch for rare migratory birds.

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Desert Haveli, Jodhpur: Among pastoral surroundings enjoy traditional architecture, camp in the desert with safaris and adventure activities seeking to thrill, and unique gala dinners under starlit skies.

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