The Thar Oasis Resort & Camps in dechu operate a 24-hour front desk to welcome guests at all hours. Free WiFi is available in the public areas of thar oasis resort.
The accommodation will provide you with a cable TV and air conditioning. There is also an electric kettle. Featuring a shower, private bathroom also comes with free toiletries and slippers. You can enjoy pool view and garden view from the room.
Thar Oasis Resort, which is a jewel in the crown of Thar Desert. Thar Oasis Resort is built in a traditional way keeping the Uniqueness of the Culture & the Heritage. Conventional mud houses are equipped with modern amenities and enhanced with rich textures making your time spent inside just as beautiful as the time spent in the surrounding lush green fields, gazing into the infinite horizon.
It is 5 km from the Thar Desert, famous for its sand dunes and 10 km from Khichan Village which is famous for migratory birds and black buck antelope. Pokhran, famous for its camel safari is 45 km away. The Jodhpur Bus Station, Jodhpur Railway Station and Jodhpur Airport are all 130 km away.
The in-house restaurant serves multi-cuisine delights. Room service can be requested for in-room dining comforts. Thar Oasis resort is highly suitable for destination weddings and events because of its capacity to accommodate huge crowd, If YOU REALLY WANT TO ENJOY A UNIQUE AND TRADITIONAL WAY OF GETTING MARRIED go for THAR OASIS RESORT
26 km northeast of Mandawa, Jhunjhunu, the capital of Shekhawati, was founded in the mid 15century by Kayamkhani Nawab Fateh Khan and was overtaken by rajput ruler Sardul Singh in 1730 AD. This largest district town is known for its Khetri Mahal (the Wind Palace) built by Thakur Bhopal Singh of Khetri in 1770. Though it is in a state of disrepair, still a series of arches and columns and fresco art in natural pigments characterises it. It offers good views of the town and the surroundings from the rooftop.
48 km southwest of Kota, the temple complex of Badoli is one of the Rajasthan’s linest and oldest one dating back between 9-12 centuries. Many of these temples were destroyed by Muslim invaders but the ruins still attract; Particularly remarkable is the Ghateshwara ‘Ihmple which features God Shiva in various forms Shiva slaying the demon Chamunda, dancing Shiva and also the one with deities of Brahma and Vishnu and various other deities of the Hindu mythology.
50 km from Kota, it was once the hunting preserve for the royal family of Kota. Spread over an area of 250 sq km, here you can view animals like leopard, sloth bear, chinkara and Wolf. This is the place which inspired many Rajasthan miniatures of the Kota School with hunting scenes.
Jhalawar, 85 km south of Kota was created in 1838 by Zalim Singh. Located at the edge of Malwa Plateau, this well laid out city was an important commercial hub in the 19century. It was also a great cultural centre patronising music, theatre and art and boasted a theatre in the palace called Bhawani Natya Shala, built along the western style opera house.
Founded in the 18 century, a medieval fort here dominates the town with a painted arched gateway. Typical of the entire region, the havelis of Mandawa are adorned with gaily painted murals that illuminate the arid landscape. Mandawa, a remote feudal principality was a trading outpost on an ancient caravan route to China and Middle East. It was the strong hold of Rao Shekha, who founded a dynasty here.