Uju’s Homestay – Jaisalmer

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  • Type : Desert City
  • Rajasthan / Jaisalmer hotels
Contact :
Ph: 09772730399

Uju’s Homestay is located in a quiet street in the North part of city – around ten minutes’ walk from the Jaisalmer Fort. The Home has an authentic historic Jaisalmer charm whilst providing modern service and comfort. This Jaisalmer homestay is a popular choice amongst travelers in Jaisalmer, whether exploring or just passing through. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel’s facilities and services. Facilities like Wi-Fi, restaurant, coffee shop, 24-hour room service, tours are readily available for you to enjoy.

This Jaisalmer homestay has 8 Deluxe and Super Deluxe rooms with attached bathrooms and the tariff ranges from Rs.1000 to Rs.1500 for one bedroom per night.

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  • Rooms 8 rooms

    Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and convenient amenities like attached bathrooms, satellite/cable TV, internet access – wireless (complimentary), balcony/terrace, in room safe, and air-conditioning.

  • Food Multi-cuisine

    Healthy and delicious variety of food is served to the guests on prior notice by the hostess who is an expert cook and also gives cooking lessons.

  • Hosts Mrs. Ujwala and Mr. Pankaj Joshi

    Mr. Pankaj Joshi runs the overall functions of the homestay and ensures that the guests are welcomed and treated like personal guests of the family. Mrs. Ujwala cooks a variety of delicious home-made dishes at the requests of the guests to complete their ‘homestay’ experience.

  • Suggested Activity #1 Jaisalmer Fort

    The extraordinary 12th century Jaisalmer Fort, also known as the Golden Fort of Rajasthan, is renowned as one of the largest forts in the world. Rising out of the Thar Desert, the golden sandstone complex was built in 1156 and was home to the entire population of Jaisalmer.

  • Suggested Activity #2 Desert National Park

    The spectacular Desert National Park is a proposed UNESCO World Heritage Site, recognized for the beauty of its desert ecosystems and fascinating diversity of plants and wildlife. Home to migratory and resident birds of the desert, the park is a haven for the endangered Great Indian Bustard. Visitors are guaranteed incredible sightings of birds of prey, reptiles, blackbuck, desert fox, wolf and chinkara. The Desert National Park is also rich in fossils of dinosaurs and plants, most notably the Wood Fossil Park at Akal with tree fossils dating back to the Jurassic era.

  • Suggested Activity #3 Camel Safari

    The best way to experience the intriguing Thar Desert and sights around Jaisalmer is on a fully catered camel safari. One and two day excursions take in a few historical sites, interesting traditional villages and an oasis. Part of this magical experience is sleeping on the dunes under the stars

  • Suggested Activity #3 Gadisagar Lake

    Built in 1367, this freshwater lake was once Jaisalmer’s only source of water and is fringed with golden sandstone temples and ghats. The beautiful two-storey Tilon ki Ol Gateway topped by an effigy of Krishna stands at the entrance to the lake. It’s a popular spot for picnics, boating and even camel rides.

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