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Rajasthan, the country of princes
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In Hindi, the name Rajasthan means "The Land of Kings" and, to this day, the place feels untouched by time. From the palaces of the Maharajas to impregnable fortresses, from the Thar Desert to luxuriant forests harboring natural reserves where tigers roam free, this trip is an exotic dream come true.

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SUJÁN The Serai, Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer - India 20 rooms - 1 villa

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Hotel and restaurant in the desert. The Serai, Jaisalmer, a luxurious camp, sits on a 100-acre private estate of indigenous desert scrub, drawing inspiration from the designs of the royal caravan sites of Rajputana; blending their dash and vivacity with modern amenities and services. Venture into the mystical environs of Jaisalmer, discover its fabled golden fortress, now a Unesco World Heritage Site. Amidst this haven of peace the SUJÁN spa offers treatments in enclosed gardens. We serve local delicacies and western selections from daily changing menus that are meticulously planned using fresh ingredients. The enchanting location makes for a perfect evening to succumb to the charms of the legendary Manganiyars musicians. ... Learn moreless

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Visit Jaisalmer with a local historian

Visit Jaisalmer with a local historian

At first, you will think you are gazing at a mirage. With its 99 bastions, the citadel of Jaisalmer seems surreal. The fortress, though, is very much "alive": In the middle of the desert, sheltered by walls, its winding alleys are home to thousands of inhabitants, magnificent havelis (small palaces),...

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Sunset on the desert

Sunset on the desert

The Thar Desert is largely arid land covered in scrub. Still, it is home to a few outstanding sand dunes, scattered about six miles from the city. Far from standard tourist attractions, you will have the chance to discover a long-forgotten site. Amidst these dunes, time stands still. Activities include...

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Mihir Garh

Jodhpur - India 8 rooms

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Hotel and restaurant in the desert. This superb “Fortress of the Sun” overlooks the Thar desert, right in the heart of Rajasthan. Mihir Garh, designed throughout by Sidhart Singh and his wife Rashmi, was born out of their desire to share this heaven on earth. The fortress mirrors the architecture of the local villages, with its rounded edges, open fireplaces and alcoves, and the colour of the stone merges seamlessly with the surrounding sand. Mihir Garh stands as a tribute to this land swept by the desert winds and has been designed as an eco-friendly hotel. Each suite provides a unique place to relax, where luxurious appointments act as a foil to the mineral sand of the surrounding desert. ... Learn moreless

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Horseback riding

Horseback riding

The Mihir Garh stables shelter splendid and rare horses of the Marwari breed. Horseback rides of one or several days are available, when you and your steed can walk or trot to the song of birds in spectacular landscapes. With a bit of luck, you may come across a few Indian antelopes, called blackbucks.

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The "Blue City" of Jodhpur

Less than forty miles from Mihir Garh, the city of Jodhpur still brings to mind Rajasthan's feudal splendor. The blue houses of the old city, the rich palaces, and the lively bazaars make the ancient "Blue City" an exceptional place to visit. In the shadow of the impregnable Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur...

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SUJÁN JAWAI

Bisalpur - India 8 rooms - 1 villa

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Hotel and restaurant in the desert. With spectacular views of a dramatic wilderness, life at Suján JAWAI celebrates the great outdoors. Spend unforgettable days on wilderness adventures and tracking leopards; breakfasts in the bush, yoga outdoors and delicious dinners under constellations of an unending starry sky. It is the most sophisticated and ecological way to discover a truly enchanting landscape. A wander to outlying villages allows immersive experiences of local culture and insights into some of the camp’s brilliant community projects. With just 10 tents including a Family and a Royal Suite, Jawai redefines sustainable luxury in the wilderness. ... Learn moreless

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Discover birdwatching in the heart of the steppe

Discover birdwatching in the heart of the steppe

Birdwatching is an art and the area around Jawai certainly provides a wondrous place to enjoy it: Depending on the season, up to 170 different species of birds can be spotted! The staff at Sujan Jawai will accompany you to the heart of the steppe to bring you to the favorite spots of both migrating and...

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The remarkable Ranakpur Jain temple

The remarkable Ranakpur Jain temple

In the shadow of the Aravalli mountain range, the small village of Ranakpur is home to some of the most important Jain temples in India. Among these is the enormous Adinatha temple, built in the 15th century and boasting 29 majestic halls and 1,400 sculpted columns and pillars. This true jewel of religious...

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Holi, the festival of colors

Holi, the festival of colors

In Bisalpur, like everywhere else in Rajasthan, there are "nine festivals a week"! Changes of season are particularly propitious times for village celebrations, and Holi is perhaps the most festive of them all. Dedicated to the god Krishna, this celebration heralds the arrival of spring to the rhythm...

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Jaipur, the enchanting pink city

Nicknamed the "pink city" for the color of the buildings in its old town, Jaipur fascinates visitors as much by its architecture as by the effervescence that reigns there. Founded in 1727 by Prince Sawai Jai Singh II, its unique checkerboard layout follows ancient astrological design rules. Linger in its streets and in the City Palace that Rudyard Kipling compared to the Palace of Versailles, or in front of the sumptuous Hawa Mahal (“Palace of the Winds”), which is worth the trip alone... ... Learn moreless

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Hawa Mahal, the “Palace of Winds”

Hawa Mahal, the “Palace of Winds”

Is it a facade or a magical postcard? Hawa Mahal is more of an icon than a palace, whose five floors of pink sandstone illuminate the city. Although the building has 953 vertical niches and windows, it is only one room deep! It was built in 1799 to enable the royal ladies to observe the hustle-bustle...

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Jantar Mantar, a peculiar observatory

Jantar Mantar, a peculiar observatory

Its name means both “instrument” and “magic formula”: Built in 1728 by the Maharajah Jai Singh II, the Jantar Mantar observatory is a collection of fifteen astronomical instruments of colossal dimensions. They were all designed to provide the astronomer-prince and his scholars with unprecedented precision...

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Suján Sher Bagh

Ranthambhore - India 8 rooms - 2 villas

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Lodge and restaurant in a game reserve. Nestled on the borders of world renowned Ranthambore National Park Suján Sher Bagh Bagh transports you to the 1920s, evoking life on safari during the heyday of the British Raj. The Suján family has played an active role in the conservation effort at Ranthambhore since 1974, and continues to do so more than 40 years on. Sher Bagh is a pioneering camp of 10 luxurious tents, and 2 exceptional tented suites. Enjoy crackling campfires under star lit skies, where naturalists to share the facts of the forest. It’s a place where comfort, style and conservation meet. Sher Bagh’s guides and offer an unsurpassed game drive experience. Their incredible knowledge of the park and the behaviour of its star inhabitant, the tiger, together with their passionate enthusiasm, make a stay here unparalleled. When not on safari, relax under the shade of sleepy neem trees with a book from the library or to take a dip in the private, heated swimming pool watching the sunset. The cuisine here combines Anglo-Indian style lunches and traditional Indian dinners cooked over the fire in clay ovens using homegrown ingredients, hand-picked from the gardens. ... Learn moreless

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Ranthambhore fort

Ranthambhore fort

Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ranthambhore fort is so old historians are unable to date its exact origin. It bears witness to the bygone glories of what was once the bastions of the Rajput dynasty of the Chauhans. It remains one of the most impressive forts in Northern India, and amongst its largest....

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At the heart of Ranthambhore National Park

At the heart of Ranthambhore National Park

A former home to Jaipur maharajahs who hunted tigers there, the Ranthambhore nature reserve is now the ideal place for wildlife lovers. Between October and April, mugger crocodiles, tigers (currently around 70 individuals), lynxes and the local sambar deer are all visible on the banks of lakes or the...

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Texts : © Guides Gallimard
Photos : © Amit Rauat, © Koshy Koshy, © Jean-Pierre Dalbéra, © Scan Sci, © Aditya Siva on Unsplash
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