NATURE WALK – Fresh environment, quiet ambiance, rugged streets, the open grasslands & the farms of Shekhawati villages where you will run into variety of birds roaming around and villagers with smiling faces. We are far from the city’s hustle & bustle but very close to tranquility. There are varieties of exceptional walks, from short jaunts to long leisurely strolls, around the village of Jhajhar and in the local area. So why not enjoy the fresh country air and stunning scenery as you walk through the beautiful landscape of our Camp hotel in India. With several walks mapped out around the Camp.
BIRDING – Bird watchers can explore here various types of local birds in the camp campus or around the village of Jhajhar. Few examples are Peacock, owl, Laughing Dove, Brown Rock-chat, Yellow-wattled Lapwing, Pigeon, Grey Francolin, parrot, Plum-headed Parakeet, Common Hoopoe etc.
JHAJHAR VISIT – Get off to the charm of 17th century Shekhawati village, Jhajhar. You will find here old cenotaphs, havelis, beautiful frescoes, temples, wells, people in colorful dress and many more.
Have an amazing walk on the old streets of this heritage village, interact with villagers, see their daily routine life, their colorful costumes, style of dressing, unique turbans. After experience the village by inside, please come out with a jeep safari and explore the vast wilderness grounds, Khejri trees, wild grass, akada plants, the local birds all are going to welcome you.
—–• RAGHUNATH JI MANDIR : A double storey Hindu temple built by Thakur Nathu Singh. Walls are beautifully painted by frescos in the typical style of Shekhawati art. Wall paintings based on the theme of the stories of Ramayan and Lord Krishna. Located in the heart of Jhajhar village. Old wooden doors covered with brass and the wall paintings are the main attraction.
—–• HAVELI (old mansions) : There are so many amazing havelis having attractive fresco paintings, carved wooden doors etc. The havelis of Shekhawati are a prime attraction of the region. In Shekhawati firstly, frescoes were introduced by Shekhawat Rajputs in their forts, castles and palaces. Later on this concept of wall painting also used by the other people in their homes.
—–• OLD WELLS & CENOTAPHS: Wells of Shekhawati are different from other regions. Because of the cenotaphs and the pillars.