Meals at the homestay
The room tariff prices do not include meals. Food and beverages are provided on request with additional charges. The kitchen serves vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian food, although cooking and serving chicken is traditionally barred. Quail served here can be a great alternative.
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Things to do during your stay at Kila Dalijoda
Take a property tour
The fish pond, bio-gas set up and the vegetable garden can be a delightful experience in self-sustainable living at this offbeat location. This could also be a chance to get yourself acquainted with the eco- sensitive methods acquired by the hosts.
Scout the nearby villages
The host can arrange transportation to local villages during the stay. This craft village tour can be a great way to learn about the skill of weaving and dyeing that the villagers excel in. Visitors can buy local handicrafts as souvenirs at Dhokra village.
Go angling with the host
The hosts at Kila Dalijoda can take visitors on a special leisure tour that includes angling and sport fishing during the stay. This could be a great day tour for outdoor enthusiasts who wish to explore the wilderness around the palace.
Explore the Kapilas Elephant Sanctuary
You can walk to the nearby forest area or go on a cycle tour arranged by the hosts. Quiet mornings are the best time to explore the wilderness around the region.
Participate in special cooking classes
The wonderful hosts also offer special cooking classes for visitors who would like to connect with the local culture through food. Coconut dal, delectable fish cutlets, and steamed rice-based dishes are some of the local gastronomical delights you can learn to cook during your stay.