Caravans in Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is indeed a jewel of India in the Thar desert. This royal Rajasthani city is charming and mysterious. This furthest tourist spot on the west side of Rajasthan boasts of forts and pristine dunes. It is the only place in India where you can enjoy the thrill of a desert safari. Acclaimed as the “golden city” of Jaisalmer, the place sits at the edge of the vast desert of Thar. The central feature of Jaisalmer is the golden sandstone fort that dominates the city. The fort complex is a “living” fort with buzzing shops, holy temples, and lively homes. Jaisalmer has a long list of places to visit and things to do. It brings memorable gateways from the hustle and bustles of the modern life. It is guaranteed that you will fall prey to the charm of Jaisalmer.

Our caravans in Jaisalmer are just 2 kilometers away from Sam dune in the open desert. It is a breathtaking experience to spend a night under the dome of a star-filled sky. The mesmerizing surroundings and serene atmosphere make you speechless. The second campsite is at “Mamas resort and camp” in Khuri village. You must plan your visit well to cover the long list of travel attractions offered by Jaisalmer.

Jaisalmer is home to gorgeous havelis, exciting dune bashing, and a true reflection of the magnificent culture and tradition of the Royal state of India-the Rajasthan!

Activities

You need to fasten the seat belts for an unforgettable ride in the widespread desert of the Thar. It is a “never miss” activity opted for exploring the sand dunes. Unleash the adventure within and add some thrill to the vacation. It is guaranteed that you would leave captivated by the picturesque surroundings and pulsating moments!

Riding a large sports utility vehicle, because it is an adventurous sport that needs the expertise in off-roading and bashing. Professional drivers take you to the exotic desert that calms your adrenaline rush. Dune bashing takes you to the roller coaster of unmatched experience.

Jaisalmer Fort:-

One of the largest forts in the world, this gorgeous yellow sandstone building shines like gold in the bright sunshine of the Thar.

Patwon Ki Haveli:-

Impressive architecture and intricate interiors mesmerizes you with its beauty in the Patwon ki Haveli, a cluster of five massive buildings.

Gadisar Lake:

A manmade water reservoir and an important tourist attraction. Tourists love the magnificently carved archway and clear, blue water.

Bada Bagh:

It is indeed a huge park near the dam as the name suggests, featuring “chhatris” or memorials of the royal family. These 16th century masterpieces bring intricate and delicate carving.

Around 150 kilometers away from Jaisalmer at the Indo-Pak border, this temple is a place not to miss. It carries a legend associated with wartime when thousands of bombs were dropped in the temple premises, but not even one exploded. Some of these bombs are still on display in the museum.

There is nothing more thrilling than witnessing the spectacular beauty of the Thar desert in the royal Maharaja style The Camel Safari takes you through the rustic terrains across sand dunes that are as huge as a double-storied building. Explore the countryside of Jaisalmer and feel its magnificence.

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