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Samode Bagh

( Samode, Rajasthan )


Jaipur is known for its forts and palaces. Samode Bagh, however, offers you tents! 44 tents with dune-coloured tops spread across 20 acres of 16th century Mughal style gardens. 42 kms north-west of Jaipur, Samode Bagh was built about 250 years ago by Rawal Sheo Singh of Ajmer. The premises is enclosed by a 15 foot high stone wall that isolates you completely from the outside world. What more could you ask for on your honeymoon?

Cuisine: Rajasthani, Asian, European

Summer- Min 10°C, Max 37°C
Winter- Min 6°C, Max 32°C

Best time to visit: September-May


By Air: Jaipur Airport (59 km, 1 1/2 hrs)

By Rail: Jaipur Railway Station (47 km, 1 1/4 hrs)

By Road: Jaipur (50 km, 1 1/4 hrs)


The City Palace (Jaipur)- This palace hosts a sprawling museum with a vast array of courtyards, gardens and buildings. The Indo-European architecture of the palace is a treat to the eyes.

The Hawa Mahal- The “Palace of Winds” is a high screen wall originally built so Royal women could observe festivals from inside the palace. The structure built out of red and pink sandstone, is located at the edge of the City Palace.

Sheesh Mahal (hall of mirrors)- Within the grand Amber Fort stands a room with countless mirrors that is world famous. The mirrors are of convex shape and designed with coloured foil and paint which would glitter bright under candlelight at the time it was in use.

Ranthambore National Park- Ranthambore National Park is one of India’s largest and most well known national parks. Its desert-like flatlands are perfect for spotting animals including leopards, nilgai, wild boar, hyena, sloth bears and even the elusive tiger. In fact Ranthambore is considered the best place to spot tigers.

Malik Talao- Although this lake is the smallest of the three in Ranthambore National Park, it has the healthiest population of birds. Indian Marsh Crocodiles and kingfishers are also easily seen from a close distance.

Khandar Fort- Khandar Fort had never been successfully attacked and was truly once considered invincible. Placed strategically at the top of a cliff the fort includes 7 temples. Infact when perched perfectly one can spot the wild animals beyond, even the tiger.

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If you book your stay here, a trip to the Samode Palace will be free of charge for you. Make use of this offer, visit the Shish Mahal (Hall of Mirrors) and also check out the frescoes in the Durbar Hall


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