From Jaisalmer: Fort and Desert Safari with a Camel Ride
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Explore the gigantic and only living fort in the world along with a chance to visit the haunted ghost town of Kuldhara. Go on a super-fun desert safari with a camel ride and enjoy a pristine sunset followed by a cultural dance and music show under the stars and a delicious Rajasthani Dinner.
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Make the best use of your day in Jaisalmer and also make the best of both worlds with this exclusive tour which covers a detailed exploration of the fort followed by a fun trip to the desert!
Your tour will begin with your guide picking you up from your hotel at around1:00 PM Make your first stop at the grand fort of Jaisalmer Built-in the 12th century, this 800-year-old fort is the second oldest to be built in the whole of Rajasthan
Follow your guide as he gives you hidden insights about this massive structure while taking you to the ancient temples and other places inside
Post this, get ready to go on a scenic drive to the countryside, and make your next stop at the haunted and abandoned village of Kuldhara Another very famous tourist attraction, this cursed village has a handful of tales to tell Explore this eerie place before making it ahead to the desert safari
Next up, get ready to get on an exciting and absolutely fun desert safari on a camelback! Witness the sun setting on the beautiful golden land and the surreal beauty of the vast Thar desert before coming back to the tents for a cultural night of folk dance and music with a bonfire Call it a day with a delicious Rajasthani vegetarian dinner (complimentary) post which you will be escorted back to your hotel at Jaisalmer
- Hotel pickup & Drop.
- Transport throughout the trip in an air-conditioned chauffeur-driven car.
- A private, live English speaking tour guide
- Entrance fee to Kuldhara village
- All parking, tolls, driver allowances, fuel, and taxes
- Additional Meals & beverages
- Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
- The desert tends to turn cold at night and hence it is recommended to carry some warm clothes for the night.