Entry Fee - Rs.750 per head for Rajasthani Thali Unlimited (Veg), Rs.1,200 per head for your choice of Veg and Non-Veg Buffet, with no extra charges for Photography/videography.
Visiting Time - 5.30 pm to 11 pm
We roamed around the area for some time, had tea and then booked an Ola Cab to Chokhi Dhani (Rs.400). Ola Cab driver tried to convince us to book a round trip at an additional cost of Rs.600 by saying that you wouldn't get any transportation from there at night but we decided to stick with the one-way trip which turned out to be a good decision. We reached our destination at 8 pm.
As soon as we entered, we were welcomed by a group of people singing, dancing, playing dhol and other traditional musical instruments.
The entrance door was huge and the wall followed had Diyas all over it. The view and music was enough to cheer us up instantly. Then we went inside and bought tickets for traditional Thali (Rs.750 per head). Each and everything we could see inside had minute detailing and reflected the Rajasthani culture. There were different stalls where you can get a mehndi done, magic show, games, palmistry, tarot card reading, camel ride, live dancing, and what not!
Few events were free but few had a separate ticket. We enjoyed there to the fullest and also rested for some time. Then it was time for dinner and we were pleased by the hospitality of staff serving it. There were various items like Daal Bati Churma, Gatte ki Sabji, Makke di Roti, Bajre ki khichdi, etc. After dinner, we rested for some time and headed back to the hostel by Ola Cab (Rs.236) (Thank god we didn't pay extra Rs.600 for a round trip).
After reaching the hostel we packed our bags before sleeping as we had an early morning flight back home.
Our total trip cost was 8K including Food, Travel, Hostel stay and Excluding Flight tickets (6K for round trip from Mumbai).