Khimsar Sightseeing Tours
Khimsar is a small town located in the Nagaur district of Rajasthan, India. The town is famous for its magnificent Khimsar Fort, which was built in the 16th century and is now converted into a luxury heritage hotel. Khimsar tours offer visitors a chance to explore the town's attractions and learn about its rich cultural heritage.
The tour includes a camel ride, jeep safari, and traditional Rajasthani folk performances. For those interested in experiencing the local culture, the Khimsar Village Tour takes visitors on a journey through the nearby rural areas, where they can witness traditional lifestyle, crafts, and cuisine.
Now converted into a heritage hotel, and a part of it is occupied by the descendants of the royal family. The magnificent fort offers an enthralling experience to the visitors. It is one of the most beautiful forts and palaces in Rajasthan due to its marvelous architecture and splendour.
Nagaur Fort, also known as Ahhichatragarh Fort, is an ancient historical fort situated in Nagaur District in Rajasthan. Built by Mughal rulers Shahjahan and Akbar under the Kashatriya rulers, the fort is known for its striking architecture - its high walls and big campus.
Sand Dune Village
This so called separate village is actually an amazing place to be. It lies in the middle of endless expanse and one can spend forever just seeing the different shades of the sand. The camel safari is definitely worth it and a great experience.
Local Village Tour
Khimsar Fort and the Khimsar Dunes Village compliment each another precisely. History, leisure, desert adventure, sports, wild life safaris and historic sightseeing tours make it a complete package for a holiday stay.
Panchala Black Buck Reserve
Best place to visit for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts as it is home to three distinct species of antelope- Chinkara, the Blackbuck, and Blue Bull. It also houses demoiselle cranes that migrate from north Asia and southern Europe between March and October.
Dhawa Dholi Wildlife Sanctuary
Situated around forty-five kilometers southwest of Jodhpur city, this sanctuary boasts of varied wildlife comprising blackbucks, sambhar, Desert Rats, cheetal, and Antelopes, nilgai, and desert foxes. This sanctuary is also home to a wide variety of migratory as well as native birds.