The Mama's Resort & Camp

Address: Village Khuri, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Village Khuri, Jaisalmer, is near Stok Palace Museum and Tibetan Market.
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      Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer

      Day 8 - The Thar Desert Manver

      A travel blog entry by suebell on Nov 25, 2014

      16 photos

      ... destination but also an economic hub from which a large portion of the neighbouring villages draw their sustenance. Manvar is an ideal base to explore desert life, culture, wildlife and landscape of breathtaking beauty. It offers a stark and contrasting desert experience. On one hand is the Manvar Desert Resort, built in traditional desert village style with eco-friendly innovations. On the other hand, and even more precious in today’s commercialized ...

      Jaisalmer - The Golden City

      A travel blog entry by magnoliakitties on Nov 16, 2014

      67 photos

      Last night we left Udaipur for Jaisalmer which was about an 18 hour train journey. Throughout the night you could hear the chugging of the train, the whistle blowing and at times another train passing by. It also required us to change driving crews a few times during the trip.

      We were about an hour late ...

      Rajasthan cont. Jaisalmer & Jaipur

      A travel blog entry by neilm_83 on Nov 05, 2014

      9 photos

      ... night a definite highlight of our time in India! After a decent nights sleep in the open air we woke up as the sun rose and our guides brought us tea and toast. Our legs and bums had barely recovered from the day before and we were back on the camels for another 2 hour ride where we were met by our driver who took us to a deserted village and lake before heading back to the hotel. We had a well needed shower and packed ready to get our next train at 5 o'clock, ...

      Jodhpur/ Jaisalmer 01st to

      A travel blog entry by mcgrtwtrip on Oct 01, 2014

      4 comments, 26 photos

      ... we set off, bouncing up and down, hanging on for dear life.There are no stirrups so you just bounce. By the end of the evening we all had sore bottoms - Rob’s was blistering - what a sensitive little bot he has! We joggled through tall dunes and dusty old barely seen paths through the desert - probably been there for centuries. Our guide told me he had been working with camels since he was 11 and was married at 14 - I guessed his age at early 40s but he told me he ...

      Sunsets, stars and sand storms

      A travel blog entry by smeelog on Jun 27, 2014

      18 photos

      ... the desert, one of the most unlikely and wonderful things we've found ourselves doing. Being a little off-kilter was more than worth it. But boys, be warned: the anatomy of a camel is such that if you ride behind the hump, as most tourists are forced to do, you have an immoveable object in front of you. You cannot get around it or away from it. The slow lurch of the walking camel for some unknown reason pushes you forward just as the front end is ...