- Day 0
Depart from Delhi at 06:30 PM from IFFCO Chowk metro station.
- Day 1
Reach Jaisalmer- Jeep Dune basing- Overnight stay at Jaisalmer in camps.
- Day 2
Camel Safari- Visit Longewala and Kuldhara Village- Overnight stay at Jaisalmer in Hotel.
- Day 3
Visit Jaisalmer fort- Afternoon departure to Delhi.
- Day 4
Reach Delhi in Morning.
- 20th February – 24th February
|Departure Location||Departure Time||Trip Duration|
|Iffco Chowk Metro Station (Gurugram)||06:30 PM||2 Nights/3 Days|
Day 1: Jaisalmer Arrival | Jeep Dune Bashing
- Depart from Delhi by 6:30 pm.
- Travel overnight.
- Take a halt at Pokhran for breakfast.
- Reach Jaisalmer and get checked in to camps.
- Freshen up, relax and have lunch at camps.
- Enjoy a thrilling evening, going for Jeep Dune Bashing.
- Experience the culture of Rajasthan through a folk dance .
- Have your dinner and sleep for the night.
Day 2: Longewala Battle field
- Wake up early and enjoy breakfast in the desert.
- Go for camel Safari in the morning. See why camels are called the ships of desert.
- Get chills in your bone by exploring abandoned village of Kuldhara.
- Visit the border town of Longewala, the spot for Indo-Pak war of 1971.
- Return to Jaisalmer and have your dinner and get a good night’s sleep.
Day 3: Jaisalmer Tour | Departure
- Wake early and recharge with breakfast.
- Check out and go on to a guided tour of Jaisalmer City.
- Enjoy your lunch and get ready for departure.
- Depart for Gurgaon and travel overnight to reach Gurgaon next morning.
- Reach home with lots of amazing memories.
|Accommodation Type||Cost (per person)|
|Quad Sharing||INR 6999/-|
|Triple Sharing||INR 7499/-|
|Double Sharing||INR 7999/-|
- Entire travel as per the itinerary.
- Accommodation in Swiss Tents for 1 night & in a hotel for 1 night at Jaisalmer.
- 3 meals – 1 Meal (Day 1) + 1 Meal (Day 2) + 1 Meal (Day 3)
- Jeep Dune Bashing
- Camel Dune Safari
- Team Captain and throughout the trip.
- Driver night charges’, toll tax, parking charges.
- GST (5%) is applicable extra.
- Anything not mentioned in the inclusions.
- Entry Fees/Camera Fees for entering any monument.
- Tips to helper, cook, guide or any staff.
- Any other costing involved due to any kind of natural calamity, forced circumstances which are out of our control.
No Refund shall be made with respect to the initial booking amount for any cancellations. However
- If cancellations are made 30 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of the trip cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
- If cancellations are made 15-30 days before the start date of the trip, 75% of the trip cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
- If cancellations are made within 0-15 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of the trip cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
- In the case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be canceled and in such cases, the operator will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However, no refund will be provided for the same.
Things to Carry
Gear and Extra:
• A rucksack bag and a day pack.
• 3-liter water bladder or water bottle
• A sun cap and a woolen cap
• UV protected sunglasses
• At least 1 pair of inner thermals
• One cotton long sleeves and 2 short sleeve t-shirt
• 1 flees jacket
• 1 heavy Thick jacket/down jacket
• 1 pair of gloves
• At least 2 long pants (trek pants and cargo pants are favorable)
• 4 sets of undergarments
• 2 pair of socks
• A small towel
• A rain jacket or a poncho
• Above-the-ankle waterproof and breathable hiking boots with good grip
• Flip flops/sandals
• One strip of Diamox
• Glucose powder
• medicines for headaches, diarrhea, motion and altitude sickness
• Sprain relief spray
• Crepe bandage
• Any personal medication advised by the doctor
Personal & accessories:
• Toothpaste, toothbrush
• Paper soap, or sanitizer
• Sunscreen minimum of spf40 , lip balm, cold creams
• Body spray
• Led torch light
The fort of Jaisalmer is a breathtaking sight : a massive sandcastle rising from the sandy plains like a mirage from a bygone era. No place better evokes exotic camel-train trade routes and desert mystery . Ninety-nine bastions encircle the fort’s still-inhabited twisting lanes. Inside are shops swaddled in bright embroideries, a royal palace and numerous businesses looking for your tourist rupee. Despite the commercialism , its hard not to be enchanted by this desert citadel. Beneath the ramparts, particularly to the north, the narrow streets of the old city conceal magnificent havelis, all carved from the same golden-honey sandstone as the fort- hence Jaisalmer’s designation as the Golden City.
A city that has come back almost from the dead in the past half-century , Jaisalmer may be remote, but it’s certainly not forgotten – indeed it’s one of Rajasthan’s biggest tourist destinations.