64 Miles Away from Delhi, There is a Little Jaipur
Yes you read it right. We have a little Jaipur near Delhi now!
Located on NH1, only one hour drive from Delhi, Chokhi Dhani in Sonipat brings a typical Rajasthani vibe to you. This traditional Rajasthani themed entertainment village is talk of the town.
Whether you are craving for an impromptu trip or you are in mood to spend an evening away from Delhi’s Hustle Bustle. Chokhi Dhani in Sonipat is the place to be.
Aesthetically planned landscape, folk dances, fun rides, games and sumptuous food, altogether make this place the best short trip destination amongst Delhiite.
The moment you enter the village, you will realize how amazing this small village is.
Chokhi Dhani is operational from 5PM to 11PM through out the year.
Worth Every Penny
Pre-booking is not required unless you in a group of 40 heads. They charges Rs. 350 for kids (3-9) and Rs. 600 for adults.
Entry ticket to Chokhi Dhani includes the visit to the village, welcome drink, snacks on arival, a free ride and skill game, and a traditional Rajasthani dinner.
Looooaaads of Things to do
Bullock cart riding, horse riding, camel riding, magic show, puppet show, train ride, tractor ride and a dozen of things are there, that will keep you hopping on from one stall to another for entire evening.
What is in Menu
Once you reach the dining area, again you get a warm welcome in Rajasthani tradition “raam raam sa/shethani sa”. Food is authentic Rajasthani and so lip-smacking that you will surely want to eat more and more.
Traditional rejuvenating thali meal is served in the typical plate made of leaves. The authemtic deliousness in your thali keeps coming untill your tummy is full to the brim. You will be served somewhere around 20 dishes. Daal, Baati, Jodhpuri Besan Gatta, Jaipuri Kadi, Churma, Maharaja Bajre ra Khichdo, Bajre ki Roti, Dhani Makkhan and lastly Malpua & Jalebi will make your evening so delightful that you would plan your next visit to Chokhi Dhani then and there.
Kaam ki Baat
To avoid waiting and crowd, try to make your plan on weekdays. On a weekend, plan to reach early as they allocate dinner time on first come first serve basis.