Ranakpur Hill Resort

Address: Ranakpur Road, Post Sadri, Rajasthan, India | Resort
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This resort is located on Ranakpur Road, Post Sadri, Rajasthan.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ranakpur Hill Resort Rajasthan

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Rajasthan

A road trip to scare the hardest of men.

A travel blog entry by jb1961 on Nov 11, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... appear from no where and wander out causing all to swerve towards the oncoming traffic. The cows and Buffaloes are sacred so the drivers more prepared to kill themselves (and passengers) than the animals. Anyway you get the picture ....scary as hell , constantly for around 8 hours but we did get a couple of breaks to re-steady the nerves. (We passed a couple of nasty accidents and loads of abandoned crashed ...

Rajistan Adventure: More safaris and temples

A travel blog entry by johneklund on Apr 25, 2014

46 photos

... various exhibits including an armoury We also passed by Hawa Mahal - a pink-faced building with lots of small windows jutting out. This building enabled ladies of the Royal Household to watch the people of the city go by. We also had the usual sales experience where we were led to a couple of stalls selling paintings. It always feels a little awkward, we have the display and then they show us a range of expensive items for sale, then as the vendors see us hesitate they go ...

Goodbye Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, I'll be back !

A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 22, 2014

24 photos

... a picture but no chance, they elbowed each other out of the way until the got in front, it was hilarious. Then they want to see the picture on the tiny screen ! Hells delight I don't know how I stayed on my feet!

Often when visitors come (always via Alison, no one knows this place), when they get home they get snaps printed and send them to Nitin. He then distributes them in the village. The villagers love it ! They feel so special, their little faces light up when they ...


A travel blog entry by wild.rover on Dec 18, 2006

1 photo

... were these people and their children living in tiny brickhuts, spartan in the extreme and without any commodities or utilities. Though I suppose nothing should come as a surprise to anyone in India. Can I please say that children weren't misbehaved. They were boisterous and lively, maybe a bit of a nuisance, but lovely with it. Altough Jodhpur is one of the most touristy and photogenic of towns in India, the area whereI was ...

How do?...what day am i up2? 11-13?

A travel blog entry by stu_vause on Oct 24, 2006

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... and insurance? fill me in people. united beat liverpool too so all was good. monday 23rd did a bit of sightseeing...went and saw where gandhis ashes were spread at one of the ghats on the lake. i got me a pushkar passport, effectively a dodgy priest says a prayer for every family member/friend and wishes them alive and dead the best in life and afterlife....he gives them food to eat and basically tries to charge you 100 Rs for every family member/friend and 100 rs for every bit ...

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