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Rusirani Village

| Near Abhaneri Stepwell, Jaipur, India
09784541515
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Rusirani & Sariska national park

Me and my friend went here in july (don't worry about the rain season) and it was amazing. We met... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Milan B
A Beautiful Must Have Visit / Experience Rusirani Village!

Rusirani Ka Village Rusirani village is about 5000 or more years old village near Alwar ( 35 KM... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
suruchi99
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Rusirani is a village near Jaipur which is about 2500 years old. The culture, people and ancient remains in the village have been appreciated by almost every traveller who visits the village. If you are a couple / family / university student who want to experience and learn about the real authentic Indian living like hundreds of years ago, Rusirani villagers are ready to welcome you in their families for a day ( three hours).
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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| Near Abhaneri Stepwell, Jaipur, India
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Me and my friend went here in july (don't worry about the rain season) and it was amazing. We met the locals, visited the village that was completely surrounded by nature, and afterwards we went for a trip into Sariska National Park. The host family...More

Thank Milan B
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Rusirani Ka Village Rusirani village is about 5000 or more years old village near Alwar ( 35 KM approx.), Abhaneri step wells, Bhangarh fort, and Jaipur ( 130 KM approx.). You can club a visit to any of these places (preferably only one), while also...More

Thank suruchi99
Reviewed 7 February 2016 via mobile

Another great evening with the people here. Great place to have a rest and escape from the busy life of the cities in Jaipur. If you are in Jaipur do visit this place. Make sure you contact them early since its not a tourist spot...More

Thank SyibliFakih
Reviewed 19 December 2015

Our family selected this activity so that our teenage children could experience farm life in India. We had seen the bustle of the cities and wanted to see how many of the India people live. We were not disappointed. The village is in a fairly...More

2  Thank Kathyandfamily365
Reviewed 1 December 2015

A traditional Indian village which has retained the customs of many many generations. No electricity, no TV, planting crops, herding animals and close family ties.People are friendly yet they continue their traditional routines. You get a view of the real life of the villagers. You...More

Thank Miklos F
Reviewed 31 October 2015

The journey to the village was simply amazing...a jeep ride up the side of a mountain on a one-lane rough rock road! Meeting the villagers and interacting with them was inspiring. It was humbling to meet them...to learn that their daily lives consist of working...More

1  Thank Sosayweall
Reviewed 9 October 2015

Came here with our guide as I always wanted to experience Indian village life. This village is quite close to Jaipur and the best delight was the food and the tea, will there is no comparison between Indian and European tea, Indian one is sweet...More

Thank garlandcasgrain
Reviewed 26 July 2015

Though I have been first time in any village but I had such a nice experience their . The peaceful environment, the culture and the people all were so nice that I felt really great being their. If anyone wants to visit any peaceful place...More

1  Thank Anjalichandra
Reviewed 4 June 2015

A perfect place to escape the city life and go live the simple village life with no traffic noise and phone signals. Russirani village is located on a hilltop surrounded by Aravali mountains. It is roughly 100km from Jaipur which comes before Alwar. It is...More

4  Thank AvineshPVS
Reviewed 4 June 2015

One of the best experiences we've had in India. Rusirani is an eyeopening trip back in time to a few centuries ago. There is no running water, no electricity, no modern amenities. Sheltered from the modern world, most people have lived here their entire lives....More

2  Thank strouthos
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Brummyvic
28 October 2015|
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Response from Rusirani_villagers | Property representative |
Dear Guest, we feel sorry as we couldn't reply on time. We operate from our village. In Rusirani, there is no internet, telecom facility and electricity. So we need to go to certain places to have internet access. We check... More
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GeogProf
Greetings, Strouthos and others who have been to Rusirani. I'm having trouble understanding the logistics of visiting Rusirani, so would like to ask you a few questions, if I may. We plan on taking a small group of American travelers to Rusirani in November/December. I see that there are some package offerings that start in Jaipur - visit Rusirani by day - then return to Jaipur in the evening. Did you travel that way or did you simply begin your exploration of Rusirani at the Village itself? Is there any chance you stayed at Abhaneri Village Safari Camp? Is one day sufficient to spend at Rusirani or would you suggest more? And was seeing the step wells part of your day at Rusirani? While at Rusirani, were you able to see quite a bit of Village life and get a cultural experience, in addition to having time to shop for some art/craft pieces? I very much appreciate your time in answering these questions.
6 August 2015|
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Response from Rusirani_villagers | Property representative |
Most people visit Rusirani when they are going from Jaipur to Agra ( or Agra to Jaipur). You need to book ( you can book directly or you can ask your travel agent to book) with the village committee in advance as only one... More
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jennyjoy
9 July 2015|
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Response from Rusirani_villagers | Property representative |
You can book through email or face,book page. It is a day tour but some families provide homestay.
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