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“An eco-friendly resort popular with wildlife enthusiasts. Charming traditional mud-plaster cottages with local fabrics and inset mirrorwork. A large open-sided restaurant, swimming pool and small lake. A great choice for safari adventurers, local explorers and wildlife lovers.”

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“An eco-friendly resort popular with wildlife enthusiasts. Charming traditional mud-plaster cottages with local fabrics and inset mirrorwork. A large open-sided restaurant, swimming pool and small lake. A great choice for safari adventurers, local explorers and wildlife lovers.”

Hotel Overview

“Rann Riders is a charming, leafy resort, with a collection of round, mud-plaster cottages and a large open-sided restaurant and sitting area. The cottages, simply decorated with local fabrics and inset mirrorwork, are traditional and comfortable. Included in the full-board tariff is a safari to the sanctuary with one of Rann Riders enthusiastic and well informed guides. The attractive orange and fuchsia sitting area is the place to relax with a lime soda after a swim or a tiring day behind the binoculars. Dinner is local, good, and much of it produced in their own gardens. Riding safaris are starting this year on beautifully kept Marwari and Kathiwari horses.”

Recommended for
  • Local exploring
  • An ideal base for exploring the local villages, wetlands and desert, as well as learning about the people and their way of life.
 

Written by Geraldine Keith

Facilities

  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Parking
  • Suites
  • Child friendly
  • Garden
  • Swimming Pool
  • Lovely Outdoor Pool.
  • Restaurant
  • Buffet-style meals.
  • Air conditioning

Activities

  • Hotel Entertainment
  • Traditional music and dance performances by local communities can be arranged for evening entertainment.
  • Sights nearby
  • Visit the archealogical site of Dholawira which shows signs of civilisation from 2900 to 1600 BC.
  • Safari
  • There are jeep, horse and camel safaris on offer from the resort.
  • Fishing
  • Fish in the properties lake and choose to eat it for dinner or throw it back in.
  • Riding
  • The resort boasts well trained horses and gorgeous treks up to 40km per day.

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28 rooms from $71 per night

Hotel Overview

Recommended for
  • Local exploring
  • An ideal base for exploring the local villages, wetlands and desert, as well as learning about the people and their way of life.
Activities
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • Traditional music and dance performances by local communities can be arranged for evening entertainment.
  • Sights nearby
  • Visit the archealogical site of Dholawira which shows signs of civilisation from 2900 to 1600 BC.
  • Safari
  • There are jeep, horse and camel safaris on offer from the resort.
  • Fishing
  • Fish in the properties lake and choose to eat it for dinner or throw it back in.
  • Riding
  • The resort boasts well trained horses and gorgeous treks up to 40km per day.
Other highlights
  • Eco
  • Traditional
  • In/by the desert
  • Child friendly
  • Restaurant
  • Buffet-style meals.
  • Sit-out Terrace

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