Rajasthan and its desert areas are inextricably linked with camels. This tour will introduce visitors to this bond while also taking them to some of the remote villages that surround Jaisalmer.
The majority of this tour will be spent in the desert, camping, and going on camel safaris. Visitors will be able to experience the splendor of Thar Desert’s golden sands while camping in the desert and will also become acquainted with desert life.
Take a ride on the desert ship on a camel safari.
The camel safari in Jaisalmer is the most popular activity when planning a desert safari in the dunes of the ‘golden city,’ as it includes all of the desert’s major attractions. Hold on to the hump of a camel for a bumpy ride across the Thar.
The ride takes you to remote desert areas and reveals the best of the desert’s flora and fauna. There are also several settlements where the indigenous residents of the area live. Explore the vast riches of the desert and take in the breathtaking sunset, ensuring that your camel safari is the best desert safari in the world.
If time is of the essence, take a short camel safari in Jaisalmer and explore the stunning dunes of Sam Desert. Expect to see one of the most beautiful sunsets behind the dunes shortly after the ride. Arrive at the camp in the evening for a grand traditional welcome, complete with aarti-tika and dhols. Enjoy a welcome drink as well as Rajasthani folk dance and music at your preferred Jaisalmer desert safari camp.
Jaisalmer’s camel safari attractions include:
- Enjoy the breathtaking sunrise, Kuldhara—desert wildlife, an oasis, and a mystical sunset.
- Time required: A full day ride takes about 5-6 hours and is typically divided into two camel safari sessions, one in the morning and one in the evening. People frequently rest by the oasis in the afternoon because the afternoon is like a furnace.
- Sunset camel safaris start at INR 1500 per person and go up from there (dinner included)
- Overnight camel safaris start at INR 1850 per person and go up from there.
A Jeep Safari through the brisk wind
After camel safari, the most popular activity in Jaisalmer is jeep safari, which takes you through the unexplored beauty of the Thar Desert in ease and comfort. Jeeps are faster than camels and provide a more enjoyable ride through the glittering dunes.
The fact that jeep safari is the most popular activity among tourists visiting a Jaisalmer desert safari camp says a lot.
Safari jeeps are typically four-wheel-drive vehicles with an open top. It typically begins with a visit to the Fossil Park or Desert National Park, is followed by a stop at Sam Sand Dunes (detailed below), and concludes with a visit to Padholi Sanctuary, covering the best of what the area has to offer.
Jeep Safari in Jaisalmer attractions include:
- Excursions to the Fossil Park or Desert National Park, the Sam Sand Dunes, the Padholi Sanctuary, and staying overnight in one of the Padholi village households are all worthwhile. Outside forces continue to not affect them.
- Time commitment: 5-6 a.m. to catch the sunrise
- Sunset is between 6-7 p.m.
- A Jeep safari in Jaisalmer starts at INR 1200 per person and goes up from there.
Jaisalmer desert safari tips
- Wear a hat, cap, or turban, and bring sunscreen and sunglasses.
- Dress appropriately, wearing a long-sleeved shirt, long pants, and sneakers or boots.
- Keep in mind that the sun becomes hostile in the desert.
- Maintain a fully charged camera battery; there will be plenty of incredible shots to capture.
- Bring a flashlight, a towel, toilet paper, and a first-aid kit.
A lot of sunshine and an endless stretch of sand are what make Jaisalmer’s desert so appealing to visitors. And what better way to appreciate its magnificence than on a desert safari in Jaisalmer, the golden city? There is plenty to do in Jaisalmer, from strolling through the dunes to admiring the sight of traditionally adorned camels. It is an excellent choice for a Rajasthan vacation.
Jaisalmer’s desert safari camp’s vibrant nights are its heart and soul. Where you can sway to the beat of live music and bask in the glory of the moment. Folk dance, traditional music, and the grand Rajasthani Thali characterise these nights.