Former Maharaj's Palace

Nimaj Tours and Travels

About Nimaj

Commanding breathtaking views of the surrounding greens and the Chatter Sagar dam, this is a nature lover's haven. The birds flocking to the dam are a delight to watch from the comfort of your tent. Black Buck spotting in the neighboring wildlife sanctuary and interesting nature walks can be enjoyed.

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Listening to engaging folklores around cosy bonfires while enjoying traditional delicacies beneath the star-lit sky is something you wouldn't want to miss! Nimaj is the place to be for nature enthusiast.

The Nimaj temple in Jodhpur, India was built in 9th century. The Nimaj temple is dedicated to goddess Durga. Also within this place, is a unique art gallery, showcasing some masterpieces of sculptural art.

Nimaj also features a palace called Nimaj Palace. Originally built as a residential palace of the Thakurs of Nimaj, the palace has now been converted in to a heritage hotel. Nimaj Palace is one of the oldest heritage hotels in India.

Nimaj Hotels

If you are planning a Nimaj holiday, have a look at some of the accommodation that we recommend. 'Our Rating' indicates how we feel each property rates according to normal Western hotel standards. 'Local Rating' indicates how the property is categorised/rated locally:

Chhatra Sagar Nimaj

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: Standard Camp

All tents face east overlooking the lake and have private sit outs offering panoramic views. Each tent is carefully hand stitched with interiors block printed in traditional floral motifs. They are spacious, comfortably furnished with locally crafted furniture, and have well appointed private facilities.

Nimaj Palace Nimaj

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: Deluxe Heritage

Nimaj Palace is a beautiful heritage property, with luxurious and traditionally styled rooms. The former ceremonial Banquet hall is no the restaurant, serving Marwar cuisine.

Other Places to Visit in India

Central India

Indian Himalayan Region

North East India

North India

Rajasthan

South India

Western India

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