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Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary | Near Gajner Palace, Bikaner, India
+91 1534 275 061
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I went to Gajner Lake. Boating can be enjoyed in the solar powered boats at the lake. During winter months, the lake becomes home to more than a hundred species of migratory birds including the Imperial Sand Grouse. It is great place to go.

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 1 April 2018

beautiful hotel and lay out, went to see all rooms and cheked Tarrifs, will definately go there and stay next time

Thank VJR0207
Reviewed 16 March 2018

Those who are nature lover ..for them , yes they can enjoy the beauty of the lake from Gajner palace

Thank sona83bhar
Reviewed 5 March 2018

A must go place for relaxing as very peaceful place. Must do boating in lake and enjoy the surrounding view. Worth to visit after monsoon.

1  Thank vps15
Reviewed 23 January 2018

It is 32 km En route to Jaisalmer,the flora and fauna are marked out furthe by protected species,namely blue bull,chinkara,blackbuck and flocks of imperial sand grouse.Within sanctuary is the Gajner Palace

1  Thank nbbhagodiya
Reviewed 17 January 2018 via mobile

This palace is about 37 KMS from Bikaner going towards Jaisalmer. This was used as a hunting palace in old days by the royal family. It has been converted into hotel now. Recommended.

Thank Faliksha
Reviewed 10 January 2018

it's a Fort converted in a Hotel. Rs. 250/- per person to Visit this Place, that's Too much. there are only a Small Temple, a Garden and Lake. if you want Boating in lake then you have to pay Rs. 330/- per person for that....More

Thank Rajuetc
Reviewed 3 January 2018 via mobile

It's not worth a cost of visiting the premise. If you are staying in the palace accommodation, it's a different matter altogether. Not as splendid as the price tag but the lake is a quite serene setting if that is what you are looking for.

Thank ChiragKhara
Reviewed 1 January 2018 via mobile

Its a fort converted to hotel....And does not offer much to visitors...A small temple , a courtyard, and a two royal rooms to watch...Took 10mins for us. Gardens are nice...Lake is not clean. We felt some of the areas including restaurant were not that clean....More

Thank Sumit P
Reviewed 31 December 2017 via mobile

it is a artificial lake in bikaner but the entry fee i very high ..so better to see it from far ..small shops are there near the lake ..there is calm and cool air near lake

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29 October 2017|
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Response from pamela m | Reviewed this property |
Hello, to visit lake and palace maximum 3 to 4 hours are enough to see the place
30 September 2017|
Response from kschouhan | Reviewed this property |
It is a heritage hotel,hence open all the day. As a visitor better reach there between 10 A M to 5 P M, so that you can reach back to your hotel in bikaner by evening.The distance between bikaner and gajner palace is 32... More
27 January 2017|
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Response from kschouhan | Reviewed this property |
Gajner Palace was originally a hunting lodge for the Maharaja and his family which was built by Maharaja Ganga Singh on the banks of Gajner Lake. It is a lakeside paradise in between the Thar Desert. The palace was converted... More