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Introduction: Camp Abhaneri is a walking distance from a great historical site of the 7th Century Step well or “Bawri”, which are the unique invention of the natives. It is one of India's deepest and largest step wells and is located in front of the Harshat Mata Temple, an ancient 7th Century sun temple. Abhaneri draws many tourists including OAT.
India means various things to various people. It is common for travelers to visit the major cities and landmarks that they have heard and read about, but their journey shouldn’t end there. India is a subcontinent with 70% of its mammoth population living in villages. If one is interested in a close-up on Indian culture, living, customs and tradition, there coudn't be any better place than villages?
In Indian villages, the simplicity and tradition is reflected in every aspect of life. Inhabitants here find satisfaction in their own simple ways. Aagman India Travel & Living offers its valued guests a chance to view and experience village life.
Location: Village Camp Abhaneri is located at an ancient village – Abha Nagri, 7 kilometers from the main crossing (Sikandra) of Agra - Jaipur highway with a well connected road till the camp.
Accommodation: Each tent is furnished to suit the needs of our guests. The living area is fully carpeted, the bed has carved wooden headrest, spring mattresses, safe-neck pillows, and teak-wooden-floored bathrooms with hot and cold running water. Tower Air conditioners and Oil heaters are installed for hot and cold climate.
We have a permanent dining hall with thatched roof that can hold capacity for 35 covers. The dining is air cooled and our cooks at the camp prepare excellent multi cuisine meals that suit the taste of foreign clients.
 
 
 
Evening enjoy cultural program by local tribes followed by dinner.
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