The Rawla Camp Retreat, Jaisalmer

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The Camel Safari Camp Retreat is located at village kanoi, 32 kms from Jaisalmer city on the Sam Sand Dunes Road. Its unique location ( 4 kms inside the main road ) with its own sand dunes is no better way of experiencing the romance & mystery of the desert. Its exactly 2 Km. south of the main road in village.The camp promises a truly unparalleled experience of the desert in its element. It is a toast to the erstwhile Maharajas and you are treated to one with a panache that leaves you overwhelmed.

Traditional Hut ( Double)

There are ten huts, each look like a typical desert hut, circular and cylindrical in shape with conical thatch roof on top. That is what you see in the interior of the desert villages. Inside are two beds with cotton cushion, mattresses, bed covers, pillows and cotton-quilts.There are tiny windows to look out and receive fresh air. And fresh air always comes through the thatch roof. The toilet and bathrooms are adjecent to the hut complex and is on sharing basis.


Traditional Hut ( Single)

There are ten huts, each look like a typical desert hut, circular and cylindrical in shape with conical thatch roof on top. That is what you see in the interior of the desert villages. Inside are two beds with cotton cushion, mattresses, bed covers, pillows and cotton-quilts.There are tiny windows to look out and receive fresh air. The toilet and bathrooms are adjecent to the hut complex and is on sharing basis.The huts are made of local clay and lime with a plaster of organic material.


Swiss Tent ( Double)

The Camp is having an inventory of over 45 swiss cottage tents with attached bathrooms, and owns platform to enjoy the cultural festivities in the evenings, making it the best bet. Just as the royalty camped in tents (khemas) away from the palaces, the resort spins a similar ambiance with its modern swiss cottage tents right in the midst of the desert.


Swiss Tent ( Single)

The Camp is having an inventory of over 45 swiss cottage tents with attached bathrooms, and owns platform to enjoy the cultural festivities in the evenings, making it the best bet. Just as the royalty camped in tents (khemas) away from the palaces, the resort spins a similar ambiance with its modern swiss cottage tents right in the midst of the desert.



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5
by Deepali vichare
from Mumbai, India

Recommended
for Everyone
Superb

Safari tent was spacious with all the facilities. I had my meal in the restaurant it was fantastic in taste. The location was wonderful near the hotel. Staffs are co-operative and helpful. It was an excellent stay in this hotel.

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by Mr. Chirag Shah
from Bharuch, India
Below Average

It was a pathetic experience with this property. No facilities.

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4
by Tyaga Pati
from Kolkata, India

Recommended
for Everyone
Excellent

The staffs were very kind and polite in their work. Rooms were neat and clean but the facilities were missing in the room like shampoo, soap, towels etc. The hotel is located in a very peaceful place.

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3
by Abdul Pasha
from Bangalore, India
Good

Rawala camp, we had booked 2 safari tents.. what found were small(tiny) tents.. just two people can get in and sleep.. so had to upgrade to swiss tents paying extra 2100/- per tent per night.. again there is no running hot water.. only in morning they provide.. for our bad luck.. they said heater did not work.. so they provided one bucket.. of water.. again no professional service.. just. Location wise its 5/6 km before actual sand dunes.. it has both advantage and disadvantage. somewhat peaceful.. but u miss sanddunes..

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4
by Mr. K Srinivas
from New Delhi, India

Recommended
for Everyone
Excellent

Cultural programmes at night and bonfire that was great. Food was very bad in taste needs to improve a lot. We were staying in tent it was very spacious and finely cleaned. Staff and service was ok. Over all it was an average stay.

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by jaimohan nair
from bangalore, India
Good

Only on our arrival we came to know that the safari tent does not have a separate Toilet for each occupant and also it is not as safe as the other tent. We had to upgrade to Hut as the amount charged for the Swiss tent was exorbitant. The food served had only one Non-veg curry which was not sufficient for all the guest. It is one resort where I see that the Drivers of the taxi are allowed to freely roam inside the Camp at odd times,They are not provided separate area. We also observed that some of the huts were used by the Drivers of the Taxi as the rooms were vacant. Also the common toilets for the Safari camp and the Huts were used by the other local inhabitants. Also the place from where the camel ride is done has to be reached on our own vehicle. We had to pay extra Rs.200 to the taxi to reach that place.

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Attractions travelers recommend

Airport
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City Fort
32 KM
Great Desert National Park
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Jaisalmer City
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Jodhpur
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Kanoi Village
2 KM
Railway Station
32 KM
Rama Kunda
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Sand Dunes
0 KM
The Akal Wood Fossil Park
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