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Jaisalmer Tour Packages

The Golden City of Jaisalmer has an inimitable charm; a charm that is simply ummatched. It is not just a city, it is a piece of history come alive. It is ethereal, fascinatingly colorful, and delightfully chaotic. Needless to say, you will not have a single boring moment here. That’s why our Jaisalmer Tour Package sells like hot cakes.

We offer best tour packages for the city that cover every aspect of the place so that you don’t miss out on anything.

About the city

Jaisalmer is almost as old as time itself. The Jaisalmer Fort stands as a reminiscent of the bygone days of Jaipur pride and glory, while the city finds its mention in the silk route during the days of the Yore. It is Rajasthan come alive. It is a city with shiny yellow desert citadel that entices you despite the commercialism.

The grand fort, vibrant bazaars, and opulent havelis, are ever so inviting, that you wouldn’t want to go back to the humdrums of life

Best Places to Visit In Jaisalmer


Jaisalmer, because of its rich historical and cultural significance, has no dearth of places to visit. Some of the must visit places here are-

● Jaisalmer Fort
Jaisalmer Fort is a fort throbbing with life, vitality, and activities. It has about 3000 people residing within its walls, and it provides a window to the life that the bygone days might have seen. The walls are lined with handicraft shops, guest houses, and restaurants.

The Jaisalmer Fort is proclaimed to be one of the largest forts in the world, and looking at its size, we don’t think it is an exaggeration or an over-statement. The entrance to the fort is from the east, near Gopa Chowk, and upon entering you are greeted with four massive gates that help you zigzag your way to the upper section.

The final gate takes you to the fort’s centre called the Dashera Chowk.

The fort was built in 1156 by the Rajput ruler Jaisel. It was renovated and extended by his successors and other rulers subsequently. It witnessed a lot of battles between the Bhatis, the Mughals of Delhi, and the Rathores of Jodhpur.

● Fort Palace
The Fort Palace is built over the fort’s main square and partly rests on the top of the Hawa Pol, the fourth gate of the fort. This majestic seven storey palace used to house the former rulers. Once here, pay a visit to the lavish Rang Mahal- the bedroom of the 18th-century ruler Mulraj II. It also houses a gallery of the impressive 15th century sculptures.

There is a room that features a vast collection of stamps from the former Rajput states. The major part of the palace is open for public viewing. There is a pavilion styled balcony on the eastern part of the fort, which was mostly used for surveillance, and the drummers used to raise an alarm whenever the fort was under siege.

In the last part of the tour, you will be taken from the King’s Palace to the Queen’s Palace, which is another breathtaking marvel

● Patwa ki haveli
It is one of the biggest havelis in Jaisalmer, and the fact that it is located in a narrow line makes for a beautiful contradiction. This haveli, built between 1800 and 1860, by Jain brothers who were proficient in brocade and jewelry business, is divided into five sections. The architecture of the haveli from the outside is superb, and the interiors give you an interesting insight into the life and times of the aristocrats in the 19th century

● Sam sand dunes
Just a little further from the city lie the silky Sam sand dunes. The band of dunes is about 2km long, and offers stunning views. You can either choose to camp here or stay only till sunset, and enjoy the mesmerizing views of the sun going down as you bask in the glory of the sand. You can also stay at one of the luxurious tent resorts.

The place is like a carnival come alive from late afternoon till the next morning

● Gadsisar Lake
This beautiful artificial lake was built by Maharawal Gadsi in the 14th century for rainwater conservation. In the arid regions of Jaisalmer, the people relied on this lake to quench their thirst. It is a beautiful place to visit during the wee morning hours when you can catch the golden yellow rays of the sun.

● Salim Singh ki haveli
Another extension to the haveli fetish of Jaisalmer, Salim Singh ki haveli is unusual and mystic to say the least. The top most structures of this haveli were destroyed but the remaining parts stand firmly to tell the story of past grandeur. The workmanship of this haveli is intricate and marvelous.

● Desert National Park
Situated at a distance of 40kms from Jaisalmer, it is a perfect place to witness unusual ecological biodiversity. It is teeming with wildlife such as Chinkara, Hare, Desert Fox, black buck, wolf, and desert cat.

Food in jaisalmer

● Dal Baati Churma
It is the quintessential Rajasthani cuisine, comprising of mildly spiced lentils, round balls of unleavened bread, and a sweet dish called choorma. Have it with ghee for a finger-licking experience.

● Kadhi pakoda
It is unlike any Kadhi Pakoda prepared in North India. This Rajasthani dish is a class apart. The chickpea dumplings are cooked in a slightly sour yoghurt gravy, like a normal kadhi, but the spices give it a unique taste that cannot be experienced anywhere else.

● Lal Maans
It is hot and fiery,and something you should not miss if you are in Jaisalmer. It is cooked by adding yoghurt, spices, and lots of red chillies to tender cooked succulent meat. And it is served red hot. People who are not accustomed to hot and spicy food might go a little red in the face while eating it, but the taste is worth the effort and the pain!

How to reach Jaisalmer


● By plane- Jodhpur is the nearest airport and it is located at a distance of 285 kms from Jaisalmer.
● By Train- Jaisalmer has its own railway station and has good connectivity on the western railway network.
● By bus- There are buses plying to Jaisalmer via Highway No 15.

Climate
The summers are extremely hot and dry but Jaisalmer experiences mild winters. So the best time to visit the city would be sometime in the months of winter from November until March. During this time, you will be able to roam around the city freely and enjoy pleasant weather. But if you can withstand the dry heat, and want to avoid the crowd, you can go there during summers as well.

Desert Festival
The Desert Festival is one of the most colorful events that happen in Jaisalmer. It is annual event that takes place in the month of February, so if you are interested in attending it, you can plan your visit around that time. It is celebrated three days prior to the full moon. It is an ecstatic celebration of life filled with energy, vitality, food, and music! The dry, arid region of Jaisalmer comes to life during these three days.

It is a spectacle to behold. Visitors get to see camel poloa, applaud camel races, gaze in awe at the gymnastic stunts performed on camel backs. After these competitions, other interesting events such as the Tug-of-War, turban tying, Border Security Force tattoo, Maru Shri etc

Conclusion
Jaisalmer is not just a city, it is an extravaganza of life itself. You will never have a boring moment here; hence it is not only the best place for family vacations, but also a great place to have an amazing time with your beloved on your honeymoon.Yes it is one of the best places to spend your honeymoon.

Jaisalmer boasts of a great history, amazing architectural marvels, colorful culture, and extremely hospitable people, enough to pay a visit!

Popular Jaisalmer Packages

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Boundless Rajasthan - Deluxe Rs 34,002 4 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Colourful Rajasthan Rs 27,000 7 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Majestic Rajasthan: Forts & Palaces + Camel Safari - Deluxe Rs 32,667 4 Nights Flights , Accommodation
Royalty In Rajasthan Rs 19,250 6 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Rajasthan: Splendid Heritage & Sand Dunes Rs 20,200 8 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
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  • Boundless Rajasthan - Deluxe
    Jodhpur (2) Jaisalmer (2)

    Boundless Rajasthan - Deluxe

    Jodhpur (2) Jaisalmer (2)
    Soak yourself in the earthy hues of the rural Rajasthan by taking up an enriching tour to Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. The royal Rajasthan offers you a chance to get insight into the beautiful culture of the desert land. This trip commences from Jodhpur and offers you a chance to experience a calm and serene rural village life. After exploring the ancient monuments and busy market lanes of Jodhpur, visit Jaisalmer. Famous for its sand dunes and camel safaris, the city promises a memorable experience for all.
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    EMI Rs.2,089

    Rs.34,002

    Per Person on twin sharing

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    • Rs.1,020
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    Colourful Rajasthan
    Jaipur (1) Jodhpur (1) Jaisalmer (2) Mount Abu (1) Udaipur (2)

    Colourful Rajasthan

    Jaipur (1) Jodhpur (1) Jaisalmer (2) Mount Abu (1) Udaipur (2)
    Embark on an exciting journey to Rajasthan, one of India's favorite getaway. Enter a different world of history and royalty as you visit some of the glorious palaces, the vast desert, forts, temples and lakes in the colorful state. You will visit and discover 5 of the most popular cities of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Mount Abu and Udaipur. Indulge in the true spirit of Rajasthan with our packages that suit you perfectly. This 8-day package also includes comfortable accommodation and intercity road travel.
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    Rs.27,000

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.810
  • Majestic Rajasthan Forts & Palaces + Camel Safari - Deluxe
    Jodhpur (1) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (1)

    Majestic Rajasthan Forts & Palaces + Camel Safari - Deluxe

    Jodhpur (1) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (1)
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    EMI Rs.2,007

    Rs.32,667

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.980
  • Royalty In Rajasthan
    Jaipur (2) Bikaner (1) Jaisalmer (2) Jodhpur (1)

    Royalty In Rajasthan

    Jaipur (2) Bikaner (1) Jaisalmer (2) Jodhpur (1)
    Join us on an exciting journey across the royal state of Rajasthan and experience its pulsating culture. A land with battle-scarred forts, opulent palaces and bustling markets, Rajasthan is sure to delight the explorer in you. It has a plethora of architectural marvels like the mighty Mehrangarh Fort, Jaisalmer Fort and the many city palaces. Lose yourself in the streets of Jaisalmer and visit its old havelis, which will vicariously transport you back in time. Spend a night camping under a star-studded sky at the desert in Jaisalmer, which will be one of your best experiences in Rajasthan.
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    Rs.19,250

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    • Rs.577
  • Rajasthan Splendid Heritage & Sand Dunes
    Jaipur (2) Jodhpur (2) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (2)

    Rajasthan Splendid Heritage & Sand Dunes

    Jaipur (2) Jodhpur (2) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (2)
    Get an insight into the rich cultural heritage of the country with a visit to the historic state of Rajasthan. A large number of edifices and museums dotted across the region provide information about its royal past. Visit the remarkable City Palace and the beautifully constructed Hawa Mahal in Jaipur. The city of Jodhpur is sure to amaze you with its architectural splendour and historic significance. Jaisalmer is also a famous destination in Rajasthan that must not be left unexplored. A camel safari in the desert area of Bikaner marks a perfect end to the vacation.
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    EMI Rs.1,241

    Rs.20,200

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    • Rs.606
  • Rajasthan Holiday With Sand Dunes
    Jaipur (2) Bikaner (1) Jaisalmer (1) Jodhpur (1) Udaipur (2)

    Rajasthan Holiday With Sand Dunes

    Jaipur (2) Bikaner (1) Jaisalmer (1) Jodhpur (1) Udaipur (2)
    The Indian state of Rajasthan tells a tale of its rich culture and history through its ancient forts and palaces. A visit to this land of royal riches opens up your eyes to the colorful traditions of India that are alive even to this day and have added to the undying charm of our country. Embark upon this wonderful 8-day Glimpse of Rajasthan Tour and explore some of the most prominent attractions of Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner and Jodhpur such as the Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, Junagarh Fort, Nathmal ki Haveli, Lake Pichola, Jantar Mantar and much more! So book this package today and get ready for a memorable holiday in Rajasthan.
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    Rs.20,700
    Rs.18,900

    Per Person on twin sharing

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    • Rs.567
  • Jodhpur - Jaisalmer - Bikaner  Rajasthan Glory - Deluxe
    Jodhpur (2) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (2)

    Jodhpur - Jaisalmer - Bikaner Rajasthan Glory - Deluxe

    Jodhpur (2) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (2)
    Plan a vacation in the upcoming season to one of the amazing holiday destinations in India – Rajasthan. Vibrant culture, friendly people, rich heritage, ancient forts and palaces, there is much to see and do at this destination. During the trip, visit three of its most prominent cities – Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Bikaner for a splendid time. Go for camel safari for a unique experience and indulge in shopping at local markets to purchase gifts and souvenirs.
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    EMI Rs.2,713

    Rs.44,165

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,324
  • Beautiful Rajasthan
    Jaipur (1) Jodhpur (1) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (1) Jaipur (1)

    Beautiful Rajasthan

    Jaipur (1) Jodhpur (1) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (1) Jaipur (1)
    Join us on an epic journey across the beautiful state of Rajasthan. This place has always captivated the traveller's mind, with its historical forts, opulent palaces, the golden Thar Desert and stunning lakes. You get to spend the best time in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, and Bikaner, the 4 major desert and fort cities of Rajasthan. We allow you to experience the true spirit of Rajasthan with packages that suit you perfectly. This 7-day package also includes comfortable accommodation and intercity road travel.
    • Meals

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    Rs.21,000

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.630
  • Wonderful Rajasthan
    Jaipur (2) Ranthambore (1) Udaipur (2) Mount Abu (1) Jodhpur (1) Jaisalmer (2) Ajmer (1)

    Wonderful Rajasthan

    Jaipur (2) Ranthambore (1) Udaipur (2) Mount Abu (1) Jodhpur (1) Jaisalmer (2) Ajmer (1)
    Join us on an exciting trip to the regal state of Rajasthan and discover its many gems. Might forts, charming little towns and a diverse range of wildlife in its forests make this state the perfect destination. You will be visiting attractions and landmarks in 8 of the most popular cities of the state. You will get to experience the best of Jaipur, Ranthambhore, Udaipur, Mount Abu, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Ajmer and Pushkar. Our package lets you enjoy the finest that Rajasthan has to offer. This 11-day package also includes comfortable accommodation and intercity road travel.
    • Meals

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    Rs.38,000

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,140
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    Captivating Golden Triangle Tour
    New Delhi (1) Agra (1) Jaipur (1) Jodhpur (1) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (1) Jaipur (1)

    Captivating Golden Triangle Tour

    New Delhi (1) Agra (1) Jaipur (1) Jodhpur (1) Jaisalmer (2) Bikaner (1) Jaipur (1)
    Take this 9-day trip as you leave behind the crazy rigmarole of daily life. Head to Delhi, a perfect blend of old and new. Visit Agra and soak in the beauty of the magnificent Taj Mahal. Visit Rajasthan's enthralling capital, Jaipur, and explore various places of interest like Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. Make your way to Jaisalmer and soak in the breathtaking site of the Mehrangarh Fort. Also, visit the colourful city of Bikaner. The star attraction is the Junagarh Fort. Return back home with memories to cherish for a lifetime.
    • Meals

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    Rs.32,800
    Rs.29,520

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.885

Jaisalmer Package FAQs

Q. How to reach Jaisalmer?
A. Jaisalmer - The Golden City does not have an airport on which the civilian flights can land. Therefore, the closest airport is the Jodhpur Airport which is very well connected to other major airports in the country. One can easily get a cab for Jaisalmer outside the Jodhpur Airport. The journey connecting both these towns will take around 6 hours to complete by road.

Jaisalmer is well connected to the entire country via trains. There are around 4 trains that run between Delhi and Jaisalmer. There is also the luxurious ‘Palace on Wheels’ experience that starts from Delhi and goes through different cities in Rajasthan, including Jaisalmer.

There are no direct buses to Jaisalmer from Delhi but Jaisalmer is well connected by the bus route to other towns of Rajasthan. Travellers can switch the buses from Jaipur or Jodhpur and then continue their journey to Jaisalmer. There are also a plenty of Jaisalmer Travel Packages available that’ll help you explore and experience the Rajasthani culture like never before.


Q. How is the climate of Jaisalmer like?
A. Jaisalmer has a dry and arid climate throughout the year. The summers are very hot and the temperature ranges from 25 degree Celsius to around 45 degree Celsius and the winters are mild cold with the average temperature being around 16 degree Celsius. The duration of the monsoon season is pretty less and the city remains dry all through the year. Travellers should choose their Jaisalmer Packages according to the weather.


Q. What are the things to do in Jaisalmer?
A. The Golden City of Rajasthan has a number of places to visit and things to do. Some of them are listed as under:

Jaisalmer Fort - One of the foremost things to do in Jaisalmer is visiting the Jaisalmer Fort. It is one of the very few living forts in the world and thousands of people reside in it and it is also home to numerous hotels, temples, handicraft stores and restaurants. You can also end up at a cafe at the edge of the fort with an epic view for dinner or sunset drinks.

Jain Temple - Inside the Jaisalmer Fort is the Jain Temple. It is spectacularly detailed and intricate and the minute details inside the multi level and multi roomed temple are phenomenal. There are seven interconnected Jain temples inside the Fort that date back to the 15th and 16th centuries.

Havelis - Jaisalmer is known for its architecture and magnificent havelis. Patwa Haweli is the city’s biggest and the oldest haveli. It has intricate stonework done all around and has now been converted into a museum.

Camel ride - It is a quintessential Jaisalmer experience and will give you the opportunity to witness the rustic and rural desert life of India.


Q. What is the best time to visit Jaisalmer?
A. The winter season is experienced during the months of November to February in Jaisalmer and this time is considered to be the most ideal to pay a visit here. Sightseeing and other outdoor activities like camel ride, desert safari are more fun and enjoyable during this time and the temperature also does not go beyond 22 degree Celsius.


Q. When is the Desert Festival held in Jaisalmer?
A. Desert Festival in Jaisalmer is a three day long annual event that falls in the month of February. According to the Hindu Calendar, it is held three days prior to the full moon night in the month of Magh. This festival is celebrated amidst the beautiful dunes of Thar Desert, approximately 42 kilometres away from Jaisalmer.

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