Take a walk through the ancient alleys; immerse yourself in the rich culture; enjoy the tasty food and treat your eyes
and ears with vibrant folk music and dance with our affordable Pune Rajasthan kit. Located in the north-western part of
India, Rajasthan gives you an opportunity to experience the intense geographical richness that brings to its vibrant
cities an undeniable beauty. To witness the past age of royalty, beauty, and passion, visit the buzzing bazaars,
resplendent fortresses, and hop on camel safaris in Jaisalmer’s Sam Sand Dunes.
Day 1 : Jodhpur: Arrival and Sightseeing
Discover a mesmerizing history
To embark on a thrilling trip, arrive in Jodhpur. As our representatives drop you off at your hotel, refresh yourself and get
ready to enjoy the sightseeing of magnificent monuments, such as Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada and Umaid Bhawan
Palace Museum, to dive into its rich past and witness its beauty at its finest. Before you check-in back to your hotel for an
overnight stay, take a sumptuous tour of nearby markets later on.
Undoubtedly, Mehrangarh Fort is the best tourist spot in the city of Jodhpur, as it is the one most visited by tourists visiting
Jodhpur. Therefore, it tops the list of Jodhpur places to see. Formerly one of the most majestic palaces in this town, this
royal abode is now transformed into a museum that depicts Jodhpurs rich culture and heritage. It is one of the nations
largest forts and hosts many mahals within it.
Umaid Bhavan Palace
One of the last built places in India is Umaid Bhavan Palace. Therefore, it is also famous for its designs and architecture,
which is of great interest to Jodhpur tourists. This palace, situated inside the city premises, is a mirror of Jodhpurs princely
period. Umaid Bhavan Palace is currently divided into three areas, one of which is still owned by Jodhpur Citys royal
Jaswant Thada is situated next to the mighty Mehrangarh Fort, considered to be one of the many brilliant architectural
landmarks in the city of Jodhpur. As it gives a larger and better image of the mighty Mehrangarh fort, the location of
Jaswant Thada itself is a well-equipped tourist spot. Jaswant Thada is one of its kind, among the many Jodhpur tourist
places that are renowned for being artistic wonders. It is a cenotaph built in honor of Maharaja Jaswant Singh, or an empty
Day 2 : Jaisalmer: Sightseeing and Leisure Time
Visit the Fort of Golden
Cherish a lip-smacking breakfast, and transfer to Jaisalmer, a breathtakingly gorgeous place. In a hotel there, refresh
yourself and get ready to witness one of the greatest fortresses, Sonar Kila, originally named the Jaisalmer Fort.
Later, enjoy your leisure time in the serene surroundings of Lake Gadisar, and stay overnight at your inn.
Jaisalmer Fort is the largest of all the places to see in Jaisalmer. In fact, it is one of the largest fortresses in the world.
Situated on Tirukuta Hill, this fort was built by Rao Jaisal, one of Jaislams most powerful rulers. This fort is also known as
the Sonar Quila or the Golden Fort because of its position in the golden stretches of the Thar Desert.
This lake was founded in 1400 AD by Maharwal Gadsi Singh, then the Maharaja of Jaisalmer. Originally, the lake was
established as a rainwater storage reservoir; in ancient times, it was one of the key sources of water for the entire region.
Day 3 : Jaisalmer: Sightseeing
Walk the ancient silk road
Get ready for a sumptuous breakfast and visit the Thar Desert near Jaisalmer. Start your journey with a visit to Baba Bagh,
followed by Lodurva, Kuldhara’s abandoned village, and Khaba Fort. Hit the Dunes of Sam Sand and enjoy the beautiful
sunset and Camel Safari. Wind up the day in spacious Swiss tents as you enjoy some folk music and dance.
Kuldhara Abandoned Village
Kuldhara village, situated 18 km away from Jaisalmer, is known as the ghost village. This village, deserted since the last
few decades, has no signs of human life and is also known as one of Rajasthans haunted places. In modern times,
however, this hamlet has become one of the most visited places in Jaisalmer.
Lodrawa, also known as Lodurva or Lodarva, is a town in the Rajasthan State district of Jaisalmer in India. It is 15
kilometers north-west of Jaisalmer, a famous town. Until 1156 AD, when Rawal Jaisal established the Jaisalmer state and
moved the capital to Jaisalmer, Lodrawa was the ancient capital of the Bhatti dynasty. This town is a popular tourist
destination, known for its architectural ruins and the sand dunes surrounding it.
The Khaba Fort is an abandoned building situated in the vicinity of the village of Kuldhara, which is yet another eerie place
in Jaisalmer. This fort has great potential for photography enthusiasts and is one of the best places to visit to click on
stunning snapshots in Jaisalmer. The atmosphere of the fort is interesting enough to encourage you to have a chilling
Sam Sand Dunes
Indeed, Sam Sand Dunes is one of the most authentic desert dune sites in all of India and really deserves to be on your
Jaisalmer list of things to do. Youll find 30 to 60-metre-high sand dunes here, and many travelers enjoy Desert Safari on
camels or jeeps. Sam is 45 kilometers west of the town of Jaisalmer, which you can reach by renting a car. You may also
opt to stay in one of several desert camps, most of which are built in a radius of 2 to 3 km of sand dunes.
Day 4 : Jaisalmer: Sightseeing and Departure
Stand by the standard townhouse
Wake up to witness the glorious glory of a nutritious breakfast offered by this lively state message. Patwon ki Haveli, Salim
Singh Haveli, Thar Heritage Museum, and other magical places that leave you with some sweet memories before you
leave for your house.
Salim Singh-ki Haveli
This Haveli is one of Jaisalmers popular tourist attractions. Salim Singh-ki Haveli has an older structure built on it. During
the early part of the 18th century, this building was built. It was the residence of the Mehta family, during the early 18th
century, one of the prominent families in Jaisalmer. The design of this haveli was commissioned by Salim Singh, the then
prime minister of Jaisalmer.
Patwon Ki Haveli
Patwon ki Haveli is an architectural wonder in the streets of the city, characterized by intricate carvings and murals. This
Patwon ki Haveli, built in the 19th century, is a synthesis of five separate havelis in a single premise. It consists of a
museum with rare objects, work on furniture, miniatures, mirror work and a large collection of paintings and, surprisingly,
used to be a hotspot for travelers all over the world.
The Thar Heritage Museum
There is a fascinating collection of Jaisalmer antiques in this private Thar Heritage Museum, from turbans, musical
instruments, fossils and kitchen hardware to shows about birth, marriage, demise and opium rituals. The guided visit you
will get from its organizer, neighborhood history student and folklorist, LN Khatri, has brought it alive.
- Free Wi-Fi
- Breakfast at hotel
- All taxes
- Cultural Program at Camp
- Breakfast and Dinner at Camp
- Camel Ride
- Pick up and Drop
- Monument Charges