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Jaisalmer Trip

Jaisalmer Trip

INCLUSION

  •  Accommodation on double / twin sharing basis
  •  02 Nights in the above mentioned / similar hotels.
  •  Breakfast in the respected Hotel during the tour.
  •  Rajasthani Dinner at Desert Camp jaisalmer.
  •  Camel safari at thar desert jaisalmer.
  •  All Transfers and Sightseeing throughout the tour by an individual Air Conditioned vehicle.
  •  Services of qualified English Speaking Guide for Local Sightseeing tour
  •  All currently applicable taxes.

Jaisalmer Trip

EXCLUSION

  •  Monument entry fee are not included
  •  International flights and airport taxes
  •  Transporte, trips and excursions not mentioned in the program Meals
  •  Passport and visa
  •  Any tip porters, drivers, guides, waiters in restaurants and airport representatives, etc.
  •  Breakage personal as drinks, laundry, telephone calls.
Day : 1 Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer Trip,we will be gotten at Railway Station and exchanged to Hotel. In night we visit Gadisar Lake and Vyas Chhatri. Medium-term at Hotel

Jaisalmer Trip

Day : 2 Jaisalmer

After breakfast we visit Jaisalmer Fort, Jain Temple and Patwa Haveli. By the night we go for a one of a kind ordeal of the Desert alike Arabian night by making medium-term remain over sand rises with rose convenience with social program and furthermore appreciate photogenic nightfall on camel back. Medium-term at Desert Camp.

Jaisalmer Trip

Day : 3 Jaisalmer

After breakfast we checkout from Desert Camp and investigate, Kuldhara, Amar Sagar and Badabagh. At the season of onwards travel, you will be exchanged to Railway Station.

Kuldhara Abandoned Village

Located 18 km away from Jaisalmer, the Kuldhara village is known as the ghost village. Lying abandoned from the past few centuries, this village has no signs of human life and is also known as one of the haunted places in Rajasthan. However, during the contemporary times, this hamlet has become one of the significantly visited places in Jaisalmer.

A clan of eighty-five villages, Kuldhara was once inhabited by the Paliwal Brahmins, but due to some adverse happenings, the natives evacuated the village within a night. Also, there have been no traces, where and how the villagers left their homes; only assumptions and wild guesses hinted their invasion to some of the nearby regions. Since then there has been no signs of human dwelling or any other activities within the surroundings.  It is also said that while leaving the village, the villagers put a curse on it. According to the curse, anyone dwelling within the village will have to meet a fearful fate, death in the worst cases!

Jaisalmer Trip

Khuri Sand Dunes

Located on the outskirts of Jaisalmer, Khuri sand dunes are a popular visiting spot. The Khuri village is one of the best places to visit in Jaisalmer to witness how people live in a desert. You can see the many mud and straw houses at Khuri. These homes have impressive exterior decorations.Camel riding is one of the main activities in this village and while visiting this village, you can explore the vast expanses of the desert outskirts on a camel back. The crests and troughs of the dunes will intrigue you. Some dunes reach mesmerizing heights.

Whilst experiencing the terrain of the desert, you can also visit the local settlements to experience the culture. Sit in the verandas of the straw thatched homes. A visit to the local bazaar will get you acquainted with the way of trading in the Thar Desert and will also offer you the chance to live their lives. The music of the Kalbeliyas is something you should not miss when at the Khuri Sand Dunes. The vast expanse of the Khuri Sand Dunes stretches into the horizon. It is a perfect place to find unparalleled solitude as you ride your camel into uninhabited areas. It is a unique adventure activity where you feel like a nomad wandering through the desert in search of an oasis. Campfires during the night are one of the main attractions in this region.

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