Golden splendor amid the desert
Camel Safari in Jaisalmer
Vast stretches of desert land offer an opportunity to understand the mysterious life of Rajasthan. The Camel Safari in Jaisalmer
is the perfect answer to it. Indeed, there is no substitute to the shimmering glory of the desert sand and a camel safari that enables the tourists to explore and understand the life and majesty of Rajasthan. The ever enthralling beauty of desert land is all encompassing.
In fact, camel in Rajasthan is recognized as the 'ship of the desert
'. Riding a camel allows you to peep into the rustic lifestyle of Rajasthan. It truly exposes you to the desert people. Indeed, the camel safari traverses through the desert sand dunes making you to interact with the ancient havelis
, abandoned places, and temples.
Embarking on the Camel Safari exposes you to the experience the harsh weather of the desert in an apt way. Indeed the safari is superbly designed to suit travelers all across the globe. The tourists can easily enjoy the traditional cuisine of Rajasthan
along with their explorations and get enthralled with the traditional music
. What’s more, one can participate in tours equipped with cultural programs that are hosted in the deserts of Rajasthan.
How To Reach
|Devikot (40 kms), Ramdeora (150 kms), Sam Sand Duna (42 kms), Lodhruva (17 kms), Bada Bagh (6 kms), Wood Fossil Park (17 kms), Desert National Park (40 kms), Barmer (153 kms).
There are deluxe & semi-deluxe buses to Jodhpur in every hour.
Deluxe buses are also available for Jaipur, Bikaner & Ajmer.
There are so many express tains to/from Jaisalmer.
The Jodhpur-Jaisalmer Express leaves to Jodhpur at 11:15 PM & reaches at 5:15 AM, the same train leaves Jodhpur at 11:15 PM & arrives Jaisalmer at 5:05 AM.
The Jaisalmer Delhi Express departs at 3:30 PM & reaches Jodhpur at 9:30 PM, Jaipur at 5:20 AM & Delhi at 10:20 AM.
There are frequent flights to Jodhpur & Jaipur.
- Air: The nearest airport is Jodhpur (285 km)
- Rail: Jaisalmer is connected with Jodhpur by night train service.
- Road: Well connected by road with all the major cities of India. Direct bus services to Udaipur, Mount Abu, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Barmer, Ajmer and Jaipur. Ahmedabad and Bhuj (Gujarat),
Places To See
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Renew yourself amid the past galore, as you visit the commanding Jaisalmer Fort. The fort stands guard over the desertscape from its 250 feet high perch on the hill with its wall following the contours of the hills.
A rain water lake, adorned with an arched gateway. Many small shrines and temples are festooned a11 around the lake. Today, it is an ideal picnic spot, famous for boating.
Witness the legendary architectural wealth of Jaisalmer at Salim Singh's haveli, truly unsurpassed in splendor. Of particular note are the blue roof and rows of peacocks below the arched balconies. The haveli was once the residence of the Mohta family, ministers of Jaisalmer rulers.
It is the grandest mansion in Jaisalmer, not to be missed at all. This five haveli wonder has its ceiling supported by exquisitely carved pillars and its delicately chiselled balconies surely leave you mesmerized.
This haveli was carved by two brothers. One worked on right side and the other on left, but the harmony in design exists still. Screened windows, projected balconies and intricate carvings illustrate superb craftsmanship.
Jain Temples :
Within the citadel are the splendorous Jain temples, dedicated to Rishabdevji, Sambhavnathji and Parshvanathji.
Maximum of 46 degrees C and minimum of 35.4 degrees C
High of 14 degrees C and lowest of 1degree C