Trips and Itineraries for Dhoba
Registhan Guest House - An Oasis In The Thar
Experience Rustic Life in Khuri Desert
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The Great Indian Thar Desert is a unique and the only terrain of its kind in India.It offers you a wide range of Travel possibilities ranging from Trekking,cycling,eating,art ,culture,leisure,shopping to Wildlife Photography and artistic landscape.It offers you an experience like none other like sleeping under the starry nights watching the comets in the dunes to testing your endurance in trekking through this difficult terrain to reach the end of the world.The easiest way is to take a train(old delhi railway station) or bus(Bikaner house) to Jaisalmer which is the last station of India towards this side of border.There are many budget as well as luxury hotels available as per your need.The ideal time to go is in Winters. from december to March .Visit the fort, the museums,the sunset points as per your interests.Go to Hanuman Chowk and try Chaats and eat Pyaaz Kachauri at Chandan Restaurant.The 'Ghotuan' ladoo is very famous in the Bhatia Market at Bhopa chowk. It would be a shame if you didnt try 'laal mans' here.It is a unique mutton dish made only in this part of rajasthan and you'll crave for it for days after you are back.There are two major dunes in Thar- Sam and Khuri. Go to either one and frankly homestays are better than anything.If you go to Khuri, Stay at Badal House.We have been going there for years and he is very gentle and non commercial man.Take a camel ride and spend the nights in dunes,do a bonfire,on the way from jaiselmer to khuri -visit amarsagar,Kuldhara village,Desert National Park! The emporium and a few markets at Gandhi chowk are good places to shop and comment here and let me know if u find something new there! Bon Voyage!
Weekend Getaways from Dhoba
260 Kms from Dhoba
Best time to visit - January,February,September,October,November,December
Popular, colourful and culturally rich, Jodhpur is one of Rajasthan's most beautiful cities. It is also known as the Sun City of India and is said to have been built in the 15th century by a Rao Jodha. This city was earlier known as Marwar and is currently the second largest city of Rajasthan. From the stunning Mehrangarh Fort (from where you can see the stunning blue city), Umaid Bhavan Palace to the bustling Sardar Market, there is tons to do and explore in this touristy city. If you like your holidays to be quiet and laidback, Jodhpur may not be for you – atleast for the first couple of days. There is too much to keep you busy. Like almost all cities in Rajasthan, there are historical forts and palaces to explore and admire. Do carry a scarf and water for your afternoon expeditions should the heat tire you out. There are also umpteen restaurants and small cafes in Jodhpur which offer you delicious food and are also very welcoming. Jodhpur is also a great place to meet like-minded travellers. Jodhpur is well connected to all the major cities of the country via rail, road and air.