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Jaswant Vilas Restaurant & Camp (Between Bikaner & Jaisalmer)
Rajasthan, home to some of the finest tourist destinations in the world, offers visitors a unique blend of tradition and modernity, history and folklore, and adventure and royalty. With every passing year, its charm only becomes stronger. Even as the paths to some places become well-worn, there are newer tracks to tread, fresh mysteries to unravel. And spread across the rich and diverse landscape is roads that take you from one marvel to another.

One such road is National Highway 15-connecting Bikaner and Jaisalmer, two of the most visited cities of these parts, two bastions of heritage where ancient cultures thrive to this day. Stretching endlessly by the thar desert, this was a harsh road in the old days: travelers often speaking of parched throats and dried-up fuel tanks. Now a modern highway, it offers a smooth drive-full of excited banter more then anything else.

Along this desert road is Jaswant Vilas, poised atop a high sand dune half-way between the two great cities. A well-appointed restaurant and camp offering traditional rajput hospitality coupled with modern amenities, Jaswant Vilas is the perfect place to pull over. Refresh, renew, and hit the road again.

145 k.m. from bikaner to jaisalmer for Jaswant Vilas. jaswant villas built in an architectural style that resonates with the makings of a small fort. This is accentuated by the structure's perch on a sand dune, with uninterrupted views for miles in every direction.

The owner Kr. Dushyant Singh of Daudsar has a farm at the site that sprawls over 70 acres and is well-versed in the region's ecology and culture. Along with his staff drawn from nearby villages, he makes sure every guest is treated with personalized care and attention.

In addition to the dining hall, which is a 125 sq feet and can seat up to 40 guests, there are two huts constructed in traditional style using indigenous materials. There is also a campsite and caravan parking, with easy access to water and hygienic washrooms.

1. Restaurant
2. Campsite
3. Caravan parking
4. Jeep and Camel safari

About Bikaner and Jaisalmer
Bikaner was formerly the capital of the princely state of bikaner. The city was founded by Rao Bika in 1486 and from its small origins it has developed into the fourth largest city in Rajasthan the city is also known for its intricately carved Jharokas. These red Sandstone stone jails(screens) are found on the windows of the Junagarh fort, temples and Havelis(mansuions of Northern India). Attractions included the majestic Junagarh fort, Lalgarh Palace, Laxmi Niwas palace, and the revered shrine of Karni Mata.

Jaisalmer, nicknamed "The Golden City", stands on a ridge of yellowish sandstone, crowned by a fort, which contains the palace and several ornate jain temples, many of the houses and temples are finely sculptured. Lying in the heart of the thar desert, Jaisalmer is filled with many artistic structures and monuments of great historical importance. The medieval mud fortress and walled township acquire a stark, austere beauty in the desolate landscape.
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