Hotel Deoki Niwas Palace

Address: Navkhunia, Opp. Kishan Ghat Prol, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Navkhunia, Opp. Kishan Ghat Prol, Jaisalmer, is near Stok Palace Museum and Tibetan Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer

    HUMP DAY

    A travel blog entry by yiasia on Nov 12, 2014

    13 photos




    We left our comfortable Udaipur hotel early, at 5am, (last Wednesday) to reach the bus station where we would catch our ride to Jodhpur, the blue city. We boarded a luxurious bus (complete with A/C!) for a speedy 5 hour journey. Arrival in Jodhpur found us once again haggling with the auto rickshaw drivers to take us to our quaint guest house, tucked in an alleyway that took some serious squeezing to get through.

    We didn't have as much time as we would ...

    The Ride from Ajmer,Bikaner to Jaisalmer

    A travel blog entry by brian.fearnley3 on Nov 09, 2014

    11 photos

    ... shower,meal and beer! Next morning up and on the road for 9,we had a Long ride to Jaisalmer the furthest point west before getting to Pakistan and right in the heart of the desert. The distance being 220 odd miles a long way in India,but we had been told the road was good,indeed it was,very wide and hardly any traffic,plenty of camels and oxen and cows,but we made splendid time being able to stick mostly to 70 mph,a rare thing in India,however it was ...

    Jodhpur/ Jaisalmer 01st to

    A travel blog entry by mcgrtwtrip on Oct 01, 2014

    4 comments, 26 photos

    ... out of the way basically. There are no road lines and few traffic lights and if there are any they’re ignored anyway. Rob was in the front of the car all the way there and he said that eventually he just couldn’t look any more - overtaking on blind bends and corners ALL the time, driving on the opposite side of the road regularly, overtaking on double lines, bypassing lights, overtaking on hills. It’s terrifying. Not to mention traffic obstacles namely ...

    Sunsets, stars and sand storms

    A travel blog entry by smeelog on Jun 27, 2014

    18 photos

    ... watched the stars burst into existence. It was also one of the most uncomfortable experiences you can imagine. The width of a camel’s body, coupled with the precarious place you take upon its back, the near waddle of its gait as it sways back and forth, and the general disdain the animal usually has for its passenger all worked against our efforts to cultivate an essence of relaxation and comfort. This was okay, though, because we were on a ...

    Princely Jaisalmer

    A travel blog entry by outbounders on Feb 25, 2014

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... and far between;
    - Expect being uncomfortable for at least 6 hours;
    - Keep your eyes closed and avoid looking at the road, Indians drivers are crazy!!!

    Arriving in Jaisalmer, the first thing you notice is the grand fort, which stands proudly amidst the golden stretches of the great Thar Desert, on Trikuta Hill in the heart of the city. Constructed from massive yellow sandstones, the fort reflects a tawny ...