Rajasthan Resorts & Camps, a brain child of Mrs. Ranjna Mudgill, the first woman entrepreneur who started the First Ever camp at Sam in the middle of Thar Desert in Rajasthan. Score of Indian and Foreign tourist used to visit this site on a day visit basis as there were no facilities to stay overnight. Mrs. Mudgill, despite being women, took the challenge and started Dune Safari Camp with just 15 tents to start with. There was no electricity; the nearest water source is 35 kilometers away. Since then she never looked back. Today Dune Safari Camp, with its 30 cottages, electricity back ups and running water, is the best and only permanent Camp in the area.
After successfully establishing Dune Safari Camp at village Sam, Jaisalmer, she has to her credit to bring Geejgarh Village, a tiny village in Tehsil Sikrai, Dist. Dausa in Rajasthan, to World Tourism Map. A keen conservationist, Mrs. Mudgill created a Village with in a Village and built up 20 cottages to give tourist their lifetime experience of Village Leaving. Set in the lap of the nature with agriculture farms all around, Geejgarh is a destination you would not like to miss. Just 90 kilometers from Jaipur, Geejgarh is very well located property. There are no TV’s in the room, nor will you find any plastic bottle in the area. One can enjoy the Organic food grown in house and enjoy the nature. For wellness freaks it is haven on the earth. Pick up your own veggies from the farm and take it to the cook. He will tell you how to cook these veggies. A free cooking class is organized each evening. Other activities available are Camel or Camel Cart Ride, Nature Walk, Yoga on demand, Cycle Tours, Village Safari, Visit to Organic Farm and Khadi Gram Udhyog, Tree Planting, Kite Flying and Village Olympics!
Besides having these properties, Rajasthan Resorts and Camp also markets Heritage hotel called “Windsor Lodge” in Ranikhet, Uttrakhand. This 37 Room property is one of the best places to stay. Windsor Lodge was built in the early 90s by Shaw Harkishan Lal Ji of Ranikhet and the old record suggests that British officers during the Raj era, used to stay here and the rent, even in those days, used to be Rs. 750 for the season.
There is a conference hall for about 100 people in theatre style seating. Very charming bar overlooking the Golf Course of Ranikhet and on a clear day you can see the entire Himalayan range. Paradise for the Bird Watchers, book lovers and nature lovers.