It is THE place to go to if you wish to experience a proper Rajasthani cultural evening. Although the ticket line was long and people were arriving in droves, the place did not seem crowded. There are Rajasthani folk dances, camel rides, horse carriage rides, pottery making, mehendi application, hair braiding, puppet shows, astrologers, shopping area, a maze and lots of mouth watering village snacks.... some included in the entry ticket and some on extra payment. And then there was the dinner, a vast array of typical Rajasthani food served with love and care. The only drawback was the dim lighting of the entire place which made us stumble a few times. On the whole a very good experience.
Fantastic place, so connected with Rajasthani culture and truly truly mesmerising. I stayed here for a day in a beautiful hut #107 , on the exterior it looks like a typical local village , but inside has modern amenities. The statues, murals, artefacts all over the place connects one with local traditions. The food here is just wow, I had met with the Chef , his name is Vikram Singh and he really made it very special. The ethnic Rajasthani meal with vegetarian and meat delicacies were great. They have this open air restaurant , Chopal which serves great dining experience. They have this restaurant called Vilage, which I wanted to visit but they operate only for dinner.
I would definitely like to go back and recommend this resort
Stayed here for one day as a last day of our Jaipur trip , and yes !! it was worth it . The scenes , the ambiance , the decoration and the way the resort projects itself is really a true rajasthani affair .At night it feels wonderful , just roam around and the whole resort impresses ,so in daytime also . Very neatly done and i must mention the reception area, which is another impressive stuff .Breakfast was also very good and i do recommend this place to visit for at least one day .
all went well... little bit of confusion when you get to registration desk... not sure which option to take... why to have so many options... may be two is enough... we stepped in thinking its all inclusive... took a boiled corn from someone sitting under the tree... tried moved forward to next stall... but vendor started shouting for money... that was a bummer!!! did not expect that... looks like they had displayed it on a small board somewhere up on the tree... but with dim lights how can u read everything when you were told it is all inclusive... and did not like someone claling for money from behind... but thats a business model... what to do... dinner was OK... they have written not to tip everywhere but all the service staff expects tip and were collecting it... apart from that, kids had good time.. shows were good
An interesting place to visit when in Jaipur, however I wouldnt put it down as a must do. We went on a Sunday night and it was very crowded. There were a lot of different stages for fire breathers, different types of ethnic dances, pavilions for games( much like a mela). The Rajasthani thali was for about INR. 700, and it was suggested that we stick to the regular, because the meal plan was the exact same except that it was served in an A.C. Place, for an extra 200 INR.
The food was very mediocre, and although there were a lot of signs indicating that the performers should not be tipped, almost every performer indicated that they wanted one or flat out asked for one. The different dances from Rajasthan were showcased in fair also. It was a little disappointing that the public did their own thing instead of learning and following the professionals. Come on, enjoy learning the ghoomar dance form or watching it and dont do the Bhangra on Rajasthani music. Overall, an average -good outing. Go with an open mind and enjoy!