Jodhpur is an ancient Indian city, once the capital of the state in Marwar region , also called the Land of Death due to the harsh natural conditions of the Thar desert, on the edge of which the city stands. Jodhpur has its history since 1459, its founder, Prince Rao Jodh, was a descendant of the legendary hero of Ramayana, the valiant Rama. Now Jodhpur is one of the major centers of the Indian state of Rajasthan and a popular tourist destination.
The most exciting part of the city, its historical core – surrounded by a 10-kilometer wall fortress Mehrangarh, towering on a hill above the Lower City. Seven gates in the fortress wall lead to a huge palace and temple complex. The Jasvan Thada memorial is especially attractive for tourists, where you can see the tombs of Jodhpur rulers, as well as the famous Umaid Bhawan palace. Originally the building was used as a royal residence, and now it has one of the most luxurious and Best Hotels in Jodhpur and a private royal museum. Also, the streets of Jodhpur are also impressive. Many buildings are painted in blue, and thanks to this, Jodhpur is known as the Blue City.
Heritage Hotel in Narlai
Narlai is an exceptional place to wander while you are staying in Rajasthan. It is abundant in characteristics and holds a unique rustic charm within itself. The Heritage Hotel- 5 Star Luxury Resort creates a long-lasting memory for the visitors. Besides the regular traditional heritage experience, this place puts an indulging and exciting holiday package for hotels near Jodhpur while you wander in the small town of Narlai.
Dinner at the step well
Have you ever thought of enjoying a dinner at the stepwells of the ancient times, constructed by some ruler in his times? If no, then Rawla Narlai is your destination to plan for! You can taste the authentic flavor of Rajasthani royalty and hospitality at 16th century old Baoli, also known as Stepwell. You can gather in the courtyard, enjoy a drink with the royal residents who will tell you about the tales and rich history of the locals and the heritage. You can also adorn yourself with traditional scarf and turbans or travel via bullock carts that are arranged at the hotel for the guests.
While traveling through the cart, you are accompanied by a local guide and have a glimpse of the peaceful and scenic villages. The step wells are lit by hundreds of lamp spreading their light under the star-studded sky. Once this phase has passed, you can start enjoying the food that will ignite your taste buds and enjoy the fare that runs for hours after the dinner session. A local Jogi is also present to entertain the guests with the devotional folk songs in traditional melodious voice. The culinary night ends as the guest will be returned to the hotel courtyard in jeeps and served with a cup of herbal tea to calm their minds.
Tea by the lake
For those guests who love to enjoy nature at its best and feel the royal experience of the can opt to take a trip to the nearby lakes, and get a view to beautiful migratory birds nesting around the lake and chirping in their sweet voices. Usually, the hotel administrators provide jeeps to take the guests towards the lake and provide them with a comfortable stay experience, a hot cup of tea while feeling the breeze and fresh air on their bodies.