Khimsar is situated 260 miles (418 kilometers) southwest of New Delhi, the national capital.
Visit the the Temple at Lalawas Khimsar when you are in Khimsar.
Don't limit yourself to Khimsar; this region contains a wealth of cultural and scenic attractions just waiting to be explored. Nagaur, lays 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southwest, and Phalodi sits 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the northwest.
If you need to escape the elements, head to Rajasthan's excellent history museums. These are great spots to learn a little about the region's culture and perhaps find a special gift or two. Rajasthan is blessed with some significant temples, sure to impress all visitors, regardless of faith.
Visitors who prefer getting off the main tourist trail will enjoy Khimsar's guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and wildlife safaris. Feeling bold? Why not sign up for a high-altitude experience during your time in this region. Try hot air ballooning; you'll be talking about it for years.
The food enjoyed by locals is an integral part of any culture and an excellent way to understand a region. Two of the regional specialties worth trying are panchratan dal (mixed dal curry) are besan wali arbi (taro root curry).
Sadly, vacations can't go on forever, so when it's time fly home, head to the nearest major airport in Jodhpur, 55 miles (89 kilometers) to the southwest.