Chanoudh Garh is just 120 kilometers away from hustle bustle of Jodhpur. It is unperturbed by the fast changing outside world. The walls of the fort are strong enough to keep the winds of change away from what is preserved within.
The delicate stone filigree Jharokhas, the rough marble pillared corridors, the Grand Durbars, the winding doorways that lead to courtyards or opulent lawns, the strong colonial and local influence in the rooms; all whisper small snippets of history.
Walk with the Rabari
The Rabaris a sheep herding tribe in the region are some of the most vibrant communities in Rajasthan and hence no trip to Chanoud is complete without meeting its village folk and its colorful Rabaris or shepherds. A couple of hours with them and you'll realize that their conversations are as colorful as they are.
Hop on this magnificent creature that is camel. A picturesque landscape, colorful markets and traditionally dressed residents are perfect to capture on your camera lenses.
Exceptional adaptation of the age old sport, the ship of desert which is the camel replaces the graceful horse. The players will give a demonstration of the game followed by an opportunity for guests to be seated on the camels & participate in the game.
Bicycle tour of the Village
Start early in the morning for a light bicycle excursing Le tour de India style along with a mild trek in the Rawvli range followed by a royal picnic lake side.