Nika House has 3 huts built in local materials that respect nature.
We offer you a stay closer to nature in the heart of the natural areas of the Thar desert so we contribute to the protection of nature and the well-being of the local population.
That is why, Nika house does not have electricity, the water is at your disposal at the well in front of your hut.
Currently, we offer a tent for the shower while waiting for the construction of a stone bathroom.
Breakfast is included in the price.
Upon arrival in Chhatrel, a chai (Indian tea) of welcome will be offered, a treat for the taste buds !!
Then we'll take you to Nika house rickshaw or walk at your convenience through the mini dunes.
You will have access to your room a shared bathroom with toilet, the water draws the puit.Il no electricity, we want to preserve the spirit écologique.Nika house has 3 small huts built with environmentally friendly materials and methods of local manufacture.
Caution !! From that moment, away from the noise of the city we invite you to take just a moment to let you board the calm and silence of the desert ..........
According to your desire, we can organize a trip by camel or why not a safari with a night under the stars.
Then the dusk, you will have the opportunity to admire the sun setting along the dunes of the Thar desert face Nika house, a magical moment !!!
After that, you will be invited around the fire to share your day and if you wish to accompany Rajasthani musicians.
The next morning, breakfast will be offered.
Disponible para huéspedes
Upon arrival in Jaisalmer train or bus, we will be there to greet you.
The journey will be up Chhatrel rickshaw, which is 2 km from Nika house.
It will last 40 minutes 300rs and back.
The opportunity to discover a first glimpse of the edge of the Thar desert, with a little luck, to see the living emblem of Rajasthan, the peacock often in groups.
A magical moment !!
If you come here on your own road to follow:
Railway station or bus station
217 National Highway 15 Indira Colony Indira Colony Jaisalmer Rajasthan 345001
Continue onto Gadisar Rd
Go through 5 roundabouts
Hindustan Pass by Petrol Pump (on the left in 1.6 km)
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit
Pass by Moomal Hotel (on the left in 750 m)
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Jaislmer-Sam-Dhanana Rd
Pass by Dera Jaisalmer The Camp - Village Kanoi Sam Road Jaisalmer (on the left in 3.5 km)
Atención a los huéspedes
Other activities are possible around Nika house:
Kuldhara Deserted Village, Kuldhara is an abandoned village in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan, India. Founded around the 13th century, it was once a thriving village inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins. It was abandoned by the early 19th century, for unknown reasons, possibly because of reduced water supply, or as claims of local legend, because of persecution by the State Jaisalmer Minister Salim Singh.Peu little, she gained a reputation as a haunted site, and the state government of Rajasthan has decided to develop it as a tourist attraction.
Khaba Fort, Fort Khaba, was once inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins. He was then suddenly abandoned for mysterious reasons. The fort still has the ruins of houses some 80 families who lived here there are more than 200 years.
Desert National Park, one of the largest national parks in India, Desert National Park located near Jaisalmer covers an area of 3,162 square kilometers and is home to a variety of flora and fauna, including migratory birds such as kestrel, the Laager falcon, buzzards, vultures and more.
Jain temples, Tanot Mata Temple, Ramdev Temple ....
Soon for a great adventure .......
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My name Ratan and I live 22 kilometers from Jaisalmer, in a small village called Chatrel.
It is a chance to meet so many different people with their culture and sharing.
It's a nice human adventure and what I want most to have this done in good spirit who can respect our mother earth.
That is why I am choosing that Nika House has no electricity and the water takes the well face huts.
It is for us to take care of nature and what it offers.