Possibly no city in Rajasthan is quite as romantic as Udaipur – the Venice of the East. Fairy-tale palaces and gardens, temples, the bustle and colorful bazaars, timeless streets and beautiful countryside create a picture perfect city. The placid lake Pichhola mirrors a feeling of wonder and tranquility. Yet Udaipur was once the epicenter of heroism, valour and chivalry. The homestay is located around 30 km from Udaipur city in a tribal village, Oda. It is surrounded by Aravali mountain range and situated in the vicinity of Kewra Reserve Forest and famous Jaisamand lake.
There are 5 traditional eco-friendly, Bhunga huts with attached toilet to stay and relax in dense aromatic and medicinal plants. Well maintained swimming pool, a small artificial water fall and two lawns with garden swings, indoor outdoor games are sufficient to make your holiday a memorable one. Camping facility is also available within the homestay premises. There are six huts in-house with a kitchen & dinning are. Each hut is equipped with AC, LED, fridge and attached bathroom with running hot and cold water. The whole place is overlooking the mountains.
Location: Vill. Oda, 30km from Udaipur
No. of Rooms: 5, Total Capacity: 15
Single Person: 2450/-
Double Room: 4000/-
Extra Person: 800/-
Tent: 700/- per person
Complimentary: Breakfast, morning and evening tea
Lunch/Dinner: 300/- per meal
Upto 6 years: Complimentary (No Extra Bed)
7-12 years.: 50% (Extra bed provided)
Note: What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for a discount.
AC • Television • Refrigerator • Wardrobe • Hot and Cold Water • RO • Swimming Pool • Garden • Bonfire • Portable Music System • Indoor and Outdoor Games
You get only vegetarian food here. Use of narcotics and smoking is strictly prohibited in the home. There is a well trained chef to cook fresh and hygienic food including traditional Indian, Rajasthani and Continental food.
Nature Walk • Trekking • River Bath • Bird Watching • Enjoying village life at local tribe’s house • Moonlight dinner on poolside
Lake Daya Dam (4km) • Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary (15km) • Jaisamand Lake (23km) • Cenotaph of Maharana Pratap (28km) • Khajurao of Mewar Ambika Devi temple Village Jagat (30km) • Kewra Reserve Forest.
Udaipur (30km) • Baghdaarah Nature Park (30km) • Jhameshwar Mahadev temple (32km) • Nathdwara Temple (85 km) • Ranakpur (100km) • Kumbhalgarh Fort (120km) • Banswara (134km) • Chittorgarh (145km)
You meet Dr. V. P. Gupta retired Professor of Agriculture with wife Aruna Gupta as your host. They resides in one of the hut to look after their guests. Dr. V. P. Gupta is a nature lover while Aruna Gupta is very social, friendly and always available to help her guests.
You may like to explore more Homestays in Rajasthan