Overview/Itinerary

Jaisalmer Camping - The Golden City

Amongst the magnanimous desert expanses in the world, the Thar desert of Rajasthan cocoons the royal city of Jaisalmer. In the soul of the supple gold, sand resides Jaisalmer, conjuring a marvelous portrait of speculative chemistry and enthralling radiance of the desert. Famously known as the 'Golden City of Rajasthan,' Jaisalmer is the land of grandeur landscape of desert camps, regal palaces and forts, provincial desert way of life, cultural amalgamation, and prestigious architectural splendors. Jaisalmer is a dazzling gem in Rajasthan, mirroring the accounts of an exciting past and rich social heritage that is weaved in the story of Rajputana's graciousness and honor.

In light of Rajasthan and the Thar Desert's popularity, this old-world town of Jaisalmer seems to be overlooked. Because it is unexplored, it is less crowded, which makes it the perfect place to venture out on your upcoming vacation. Jaisalmer is among the most colorful and lively destinations on India's northern side, with an entrancing desert terrain. An abundance of sunlight and an endless smooth stretch of sand is what lures the travel enthusiasts to the desert of Jaisalmer. From sauntering the sand dunes to admiring the sight of traditionally ornamented camels, there countless things to do and experiences to indulge in Jaisalmer that make it a backpacker's paradise. We believe it's time to discover the astonishing and mysterious marvels of Jaisalmer. 

 

Desert Camps in Jaisalmer

Residing in the Thar Desert, the topography and geographical location of Jaisalmer makes it a suitable spot for desert camping. Camping in the desert is one of the best ways to experience Jaisalmer when the weather is perfect. There are ample choices available for staying out in the desert these days. The deserts camps of Jaisalmer have it all, ranging from basic to stylish as well as ultra-luxurious tents with all the modern-day facilities. All the tents are designed according to the Rajasthani traditional look, and the tents are brilliantly decked up with impeccably designed wooden furniture and attached modern bathrooms. They are clean, convenient, comfortable, and have all the necessary amenities and items you might require during your overnight stay.

The nights that are the heart and soul of desert camps in Jaisalmer replicate a page out of Arabian nights. Wherein you vibe to the melodies of homegrown music and lounge in the magnificence of the moments. The evenings at these desert camps are epitomized by cultural programs that comprise folk dance, traditional music, and the grand Rajasthani Thali.

As the night first lights itself, the desert's mysterious excellence can be enjoyed in Rajasthani style with loved ones. Overnight camping in Jaisalmer includes lodging in cozy tents pitched underneath vivacious star-lit skies. The desert camping will be an unforgettable experience when you go out in groups in the pitch dark night, with a guide to spot nocturnal creatures. The tales you will hear after mingling with the locals of the deserts are worth mentioning to your friends and families. Gaze the stars during night time, while at the same time tuning in to the music next to the bonfire. The stunning climate, melodic folk music & traditional dance will definitely give you the most extraordinary time of your life.

Wake up with the beams of desert dawn as the delicate light gives a tranquil feeling and relish the warm morning breakfast in Rajputana style. Besides, you can attempt a couple of adventure activities like camel safari and dirt biking. In fact, outdoors in the desert offers different encounters. All the desert camps in Jaisalmer have different activities like touristic and non-touristic desert safari and jeep safari.

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How to Reach Jaisalmer Camps

Jaisalmer is perhaps the main urban area of Rajasthan that has seen an immaculate expansion in the footfall in the previous few years. Jaisalmer is situated in the Thar Desert and is very much associated with all the country's significant pieces through different means for transport. Jaisalmer shares its boundaries with Bikaner on the North, Barmer on the South, and Jodhpur on its East. Once in the city, to arrive at the deserts and the camps, one needs to recruit a jeep to cover the distance.

By Air

Jaisalmer airport is 17 km from the city and is well-linked with Delhi, Jaipur, and Jodhpur. This airport is well-connected with domestic flights to and from major destinations. From the airport, one can easily take private taxis to reach Jaisalmer. And from there, they can book themselves a jeep to arrive at the deserts of Jaisalmer. If not Jaisalmer, then one can opt for Jodhpur airport.

By Railway

Jaisalmer has a vast network connected with various cities through the broad gauge and meter gauge railway tracks. Jaisalmer railway station is 2 km from the city. Popular trains like Lalgarh Jaisalmer Special, Jodhpur Jaisalmer Express, Howrah Jaisalmer Express, and Palace on Wheels provide their services in the railways. There are also direct trains from the cities of Delhi and Jaipur to Jaisalmer.

By Road

Jaisalmer has decent road connectivity with numerous cities of Rajasthan, Jaipur, and Gujarat. Many state transport and private buses operate on the routes between these cities. The Golden Bus Terminal and Roadways main bus stand are the two main bus stands in Jaisalmer. Thanks to the national and state highways, Jaisalmer is also easily accessible by road from Jodhpur, Bikaner, and Ajmer. Right from cabs to the public buses, there are many vehicles available to reach Jaisalmer by road. Inter-state buses run from Jaipur to Jaisalmer frequently. 

 

 

Indulge in many adventurous activities at Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer opens various thrilling avenues for its guests to experience. The deserts have several kinds of safaris that you can opt for. Now, you can find an opportunity to visit wonderful forts, magnificent palaces, and you decide to choose from a "jeep safari" or even a "camel safari."

 

Desert Jeep Safari in Jaisalmer

On the off chance that you wish to appreciate the majestic land of Jaisalmer, there is no better way to enjoy the magnificence than a Desert Safari. You can take pleasure in the superb driving experience in the desert. Experience the euphoria of an invigorating thrill ride as our extravagance 4X4 vehicles drive you across the soft sand rises, leaving you spellbound. These safaris give a stunning perspective on the desert, allowing you a chance to appreciate the serenity of the ageless desert. The Desert Safari has been planned particularly for vacationers to encounter the desert's authentic sounds and embodiment. Snap fascinating photos of the natural life you will spot in the desert. They will make good memories of your outing in the deserts of Jaisalmer. Visit the most antiquated towns like Kuldhara, Jaisalmer Fort, Salim Singh Ki Haveli, and Bada Bagh. The jeep additionally drives you towards Longewala Border and Sam Sand Dunes.

Camel Desert Safari in Jaisalmer

If the jeep isn't your style, at that point, the Ship of the Desert, indeed, the camels will be your vehicle. An extravagance Camel Safari on your Jaisalmer trip packs in an authentic desert experience. A trip to Jaisalmer would be a waste without this original and romantic Camel Safari into the infinite heart of the desert. The Camel takes you to exciting statures of the Thar Desert. You will adore the safari on camelback that would take you along peaks and box, and you could watch the pleasant sunset in the desert. If you wish to get familiar with the traditional Rajasthani culture's legacies, it is undoubtedly the best approach to encounter it. Camels can be employed effectively, and you might be able to click your #1 picture with a solitary camel on a desert track and the setting sun in the scenery.

Interesting places to explore in Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is home to royal palaces, historical forts, striking sand dunes, huge deserts, old Havelis, marvelous temples, beautiful gardens, and splendid lakes. Some of the famous places include the Indo-Pak border, Khabha Fort, Mandir Palace, Vyas Chattri, Amarsagar, and Lodarwa Jain Temple, Palace, folklore, and Army War Museum and Barabagh and Kuldhara Village. The list of places to visit goes on and on.

Sam Dunes and Khuri Dunes

Sam dunes which are 40 kilometers from Jaisalmer, is the most famous tour to witness the absolute sandy shrub less desert. It has a radiant stretch of clearing sand rises. It is ideal to be here at dawn or dusk, and numerous camel safaris go through a night at the rises. Sam dunes are quite famous, hence, crowded. A small hamlet popular for its sand dunes, Khuri has picturesque sunset belvederes and offers a good expression in Thar's ecosystem because of its location. This is a reasonable and cheap substitute to Sam Sand dunes and would be perfect for individuals wanting to chill unwinding among less crowd.

Jaisalmer Fort

Jaisalmer Fort, also known as the Golden Fort of Rajasthan, ranges among the world's biggest fortresses. The brilliant and yellow blended sandstone offers a mystical look to the Fort. Ascending from the desert sands like a hallucination, the stronghold is a natural sight with its 99 turrets during the night. The Fort stands tall and pleased, showing the wizardry of Rajasthani engineering.

Jain Temples

Situated inside Jaisalmer Fort, Jain temples are a progression of temples committed to Jain Tirthankaras and can be followed back to the twelfth century. The temples are known for their unmistakable building style demonstrated after the Dilwara temple of Mt. Abu. Wonderfully cut and very much interconnected, these temples are a dream to see and are comprised of yellow sandstone.

Gadisar Lake

Gadisar Lake is found a kilometer from the Jaisalmer fortress. The individuals of the desert city relied upon this tank for their water needs. You will discover sanctuaries, Holy altars, and Chhatris around the banks of this lake. The creatively cut passageway made of yellow sandstone offers a great perspective.

Bada Bagh

Bada Bagh signifies 'Colossal Garden.' The nursery filled in as a dedication where the aristocrats and their families were cremated. The nursery offers a dazzling view. The spot is disengaged. If you visit the spot during dawn and nightfall, you are ensured of excellent moments, which you can't resist clicking.

Patwon-Ki-Haveli

PatwonKiHaveli is situated in the central city. This massive five-storeyed development has five unpredictably brightened gigantic suites. The vast halls and the embellished dividers are fantastic portrayals of the fine art that prevailed over that period. The whole development is made of yellow sandstone. The glory and the design of the landmark enhance the social legacy of the city.

Nathmal Ki Haveli

A blend of Islamic and Rajputana engineering, Nathmal Ki Haveli is all around defended as being perhaps the most delightful haveli in Jaisalmer. Aside from its phenomenal external carvings, this haveli is known for its wonderful insides loaded up with artworks and furnished with current offices.

Salim Singh Ki Haveli

Among all the Havelis in Jaisalmer, Salim Singh Ki Haveli is known for its unmistakable and eye-getting engineering. It has 38 galleries with their unique style of engineering and a peacock molded rooftop. This haveli gives a hint of the past look, and the photos taken here would be remarkable.

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Retail Therapy in Jaisalmer

What is a trip to Jaisalmer without foraging antiquities and Jaisalmer specialties from its markets? If you want to take a piece of Rajasthan back to your hometowns with you, come and shop in these beautiful bazaars of Jaisalmer. Sadar Bazaar is famous for Dupattas to mirror work and shawls, gem jewelry, wooden stuff, and leather items. The most notable items of Manak Chowk are its antiques and artifacts that come at reasonable prices. Among other things, there are leather goods, jewelry, and traditional Rajasthani dresses. In Bhatia Bazaar, you can find colorful silk clothing, famous Jaisalmer mirror work, and leather items as an old-school oil lamp, designer wooden boxes, carpets, and much more.

The name Sonaron ka baas means "residence of the goldsmiths." However, this spot isn't limited merely to the goldsmiths. It grasps all the sort of lapidaries. You will discover the absolute best street gems ever in this spot, which is special to Jaisalmer. There is an assortment of reach on the proposal here, from uncommonly planned Gold and Silver gems to valuable and semi-valuable adornments. Pansari Bazaar, otherwise called Villager's market; this market is acclaimed for its knickknacks, materials, and little gifts to get for your friends and family and yourself, particularly one of those adorable manikins or puppets.