Reach out to the most exotic holiday resort in Rajasthan- Rawla Narlai


The monsoon along with shower brings happiness and a desirable zest to go out somewhere hilly or nature covered holiday destinations. To ease your search for new and beautiful natural destinations, we’ll take you to Narlai’s premium heritage resort which is like a dream come true.


Rawla Narlai is a magnificent heritage resort that evokes the nostalgia of the bygone rajputana era. En-route Ranakpur in Rajasthan, the marvelous heritage resort is located in the quaint Narlai village surrounded by superb greenery. The erstwhile hunting lodge of the royal family of Jodhpur has a rustic charm that draws visitors for delightful holidays.

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Set in the lap of Aravallis, enveloped by rocky outcrops, and a huge granite rock, it is a breathtaking getaway. Enjoy a delightful stay in the luxurious heritage resort. Rajasthan’s legendary hospitality and modern facilities add to the wonderful experience here.



Rawla Narlai is located in Pali. Pali, near Ranakpur, is famous for its natural beauty, for the black bucks and Chinkaras as well as age old temples. The major tourist attractions of Pali are Hatundi Rata Mahabir Temple, the Surya Narayan Temple and also the Ranakpur Jain Temple.


How to reach Narlai

Narlai is a village in Desuri tehsil of Pali in India. It lies 36 km to Ranakpur and is at base of a hillock crowned by a colossal statue of an elephant. It is very well connected by roads. The nearest city is Udaipur 125 kms, which is well connected to all major cities by all possible means of transport. The nearest airport is Dabok Airport, Udaipur. Jodhpur is the second nearest city which is 160 kms away.

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One comment

  1. gotravo · July 5, 2016

    amazing, incredible rajasthan..!!


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