Double Sharing

Triple Sharing

Ahmedabad To Ahmedabad

(With A.C Bus Transportation)

5,550/- per person

5,150/- per person

Jaisalmer To Jaisalmer

(Without Transportation)

4,250/- per person

3,850/- per person


Jaisalmer, the “Golden City”, is located on the westernmost frontier of India in the state of Rajasthan. One end of the city is Close to Pakistan Border.

The city is known for its proximity to the Thar Desert. A desert safari in the sand dunes of Jaisalmer is an unforgettable experience. The city is dominated by the Jaisalmer Fort. Unlike most forts in India, the Jaisalmer Fort is a living fort.

There are shops, hotels, age old Havelis inside the fort area. The fort is also a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Places To Visit:

  • Jaisalmer Fort:

Jaisalmer Fort is one of the largest forts around the world. Located on the Tirukuta Hill, this fort was built by Rao Jaisal, one of the mightiest rulers of Jaisalmer. Due to its location at the golden stretches of the Thar Desert, this fort is also known as the ‘Sonar Quila’ or the ‘Golden Fort’.

  • Patwon Ki Haveli:

Patwon Ki Haveli is one of the architectural marvels of Jaisalmer due to the extensive trading and commercial activities, many people became affluent in the city within a short span of time. The exteriors and interiors of this haveli are expositions of fine craftsmanship. Walls of the haveli are decorated with intricate carvings and murals and are painted in golden colour.

  • Gadisar Lake:

The Gadisar Lake was built by Raja Rawal Jaisal, the first ruler of Jaisalmer. In the later years, Maharaja Garisisar Singh rebuilt and revamped the lake. This historic lake is located towards the south of Jaisalmer city and the entrance to the lake is through Tilon-Ki-Pol, a magnificent and artistically carved yellow sandstone archway. The Tilon Ki Pol is adorned with an idol of the Hindu deity Vishnu, installed in the year 1908.

  • Kuldhara Heritage Village:

It is located 18 km away from Jaisalmer and also 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.

  • Desert National Park:

Desert National Park is one of the largest Desert national parks in India. The Desert National Park is also a protected sanctuary. The total area of the National park is about 3162 square km. The desert is a harsh place to sustain life and thus most of the fauna and flora live on the edge. It will give a better understanding of how the plants and animals have survived the aridness of the Thar Desert. Displaying the unique range and collection of different species of flora and fauna, this museum attracts the nature enthusiasts and the botanists to a large extent.

  • Jaisalmer War Museum:

The Jaisalmer War Museum is located 10 km short of Jaisalmer on the Jaisalmer – Jodhpur Highway. The inauguration of the Museum took place in the Golden Jubilee Commemoration Year of the 1965 India Pakistan War. It was conceived by Lieutenant General Bobby Mathews, AVSM, VSM, General Officer Commanding, and Desert Corps and constructed by the Desert Corps of the Indian Army.

  • Bada Bagh:

Bada Bagh was one such endeavour that stood the test of time and is now a sprawling garden. The ruler made attempts to add some greenery to its landscape. It is located six kilometres from Jaisalmer, this garden complex is home to the royal tombs and is among the popular places to visit in Jaisalmer. An artificially built dam is the main source of water to this garden. Commissioned by Maharaja Jaisal Singh, this artificial dam also served as one of the major sources of water for the inhabitants of the city.

  • Sam Sand Dunes:

Sam Sand Dunes is one of the most authentic desert dune sites in whole India, where you will find 30-60 meter tall sand dunes, and many travellers enjoying Desert Safari on camels or jeep, Sam is 45 km west from Jaisalmer. The best time to reach Sam sand dunes is around evening (sunset) at around 4-7 PM or early morning, during the sunrise time of 4 to 6 am. As many travellers love to attend the evening musical program at Sam Sand Dunes.

  • 4 Nights / 3 Days

  • Any Age Group

  • India

Day 00 Departure from Ahmedabad

Reporting at 10:30 PM at Iscon Cross Road, Ahmedabad.

Day 01 Arrival at Jaisalmer

Arrival at Jaisalmer around 11 PM, Check in at Hotel in Jaisalmer, Freshen up and Take a Lunch. After Lunch, Half Day for Jaisalmer City Sightseeing which you will explore on this day are Vyas Chhatri, Gadisar Lake and Puppet show near Lake. Back to Hotel and Dinner, Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 02 Sightseeing, Desert Activities & Musical Dance Programme

After breakfast, Drive for Visit to Jaisalmer War Museum & Bada Bagh, Back to Jaisalmer Take Lunch and Drive for Sam Sand Dunes on the visit Kuldhara Heritage Village & Desert National Park At Sam Sand Dunes, You will enjoy the Desert Activities, and Musical Dance Program at the Desert Camp.

Day 03 Free Day for Shopping and Sightseeing

Wake up in the Early Morning and Sunrise Trek near Camp and Enjoy Sunrise, Back to Camp and Take a Breakfast We will leave the Desert Camp by 9 AM and Drive for Jaisalmer Today, Free Day for Shopping and Sightseeing places like Golden Fort, Patwon & Salim Singh Haveli, Jain temples etc.. By 6 pm, we will leave for Ahmedabad, Reach at Ahmedabad in the next day Morning with unforgettable Memories!!!


  • 1 Night Hotel Stay
  • 1 Night Swiss Tent Stay
  • Pure Vegetarian Food
  • Camel Safari
  • Rajasthani Cultural Program
  • Transportation (For Ahmedabad To Ahmedabad Package)


  • Free Day food on own expense
  • Monuments Entry Fees
  • Other Desert Activities Fees
  • Personal Expense