Golden Haveli

Bera Road, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India
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Inside the cool Dhani, overlooking their gardenInside the cool Dhani, overlooking their garden

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Jaiselmer on 3-6th dec

by mantru

Hi all if someone can help me with info on Jaiselmer ,i'll rech Jaiselmer on 3 rd morning one return to delhi on 6 th afternoon,can someone suggest places to visit must do's,i would like to try the camel safari for two days if possible ,does any one have any idea about the the cost for two days safari...what else apart frm fort and havelis?

Re: Jaiselmer on 3-6th dec

by mickybleck

I payed about 600 rupees for a 2-day-safari. Desert Haveli is a nice place to stay and they also offer tours (that you do not have to take to stay there as in other places). It is located inside the fort. Be warned of the huge amount of people who will wait for you upon arrival to get you to take their hostel/tour.

Re: Jaiselmer on 3-6th dec

by ottorickshah

Consider staying outside the fort. Visitors' need for lots of water is apparently hastening the sinking of the fort. I can recommend the Shahi Palace. They are close to the fort and they will pick you up at the train station. (Do not underestimate this service) The hospitality is good, as is the food in the rooftop restaurant. They have a good rep for arranging camel safaris. I did not go on one with them, and at no time was I pressured to do so. This is not always the case in some of the hotels. Enjoy Rajasthan. Enjoy the colours!

Re: Jaiselmer on 3-6th dec

by Indiandream

Hi ! the camel safari is a very good idea, but make sure you will seleep on a tent. After 2 hours ride we got to the middle of the desert and no tents were awaiting for us. We slept under the stars ... very romantic.. but it wasn´t exactly what we expected. We only spent 1 night... enough for an experience. I don´t remember the cost, too many years..
You must go to the Fort, it´s incredible, it´s one of the best places i remember from my trip in India.

Re: Jaiselmer on 3-6th dec

by shoma

hello mantrana,

dont forget to spend a night at the sam or khuri dunes and listen to the singers at night. its an experience not to be missed.

a long camel safari can give u a horrible back ache so try to get down from the camel often and mix with the locals. one day safari costs about 2000 rs per person including food and night stay and that was 2 yrs back. hotels arrange these trips and better to go in a group rather than alone.

hapy travels

Travel Tips for Jaisalmer

Choose accomodation OUTSIDE the fort-here is why

by lynnehamman

This mighty fort is in trouble. The infastucture is struggling to cope. Being home to not only a quarter of the population of Jaisalmer, it also is first choice for tourists looking for accomodation. The drainage system cannot handle the demand, and part of the walls have already collapsed. There are many hotels outside the walls of the fort, and it is a good idea to stay there rather than inside the fort itself.
Staying outside the walls of the fort poses no problem to visitors- Everything in Jaisalmer that is worth seeing within the Fort is close to nearby hotels and guest=houses outside the fort.
Staying in a hotel outside the fort gave us a magnificent view of it at sunrise and sunset. Staying OUTSIDE the walls of the fort, and being able to see it at sunset- gleaming like a jewel

Religious Icons

by herzog63

As you wander the streets of Jaisalmer you will spot small shrines with stone icons placed inside. I assume these are for praying and making offerings to the gods. I don't really know a whlole lot about them. But they are quite common. Sometimes there will be incense burning inside too.

camel safari to the dunes

by mantru

there are various safari you can choose from from an evening sunset and dinner to overnight,from one day to days ahead....we went for an overnight safari,we were taken by a jeep to the outskirts of jaisalmer there the camels were waiting for us we had a 2 hour ride and reached the dunes where we would be halting for a night...the sun was about to set so we got sometime to play in the sand....we were 5 people who set together and 4 people had started early morning,we would meet in the same place for dinner as we were from the same agency....we awere two indians two irish two french one from uk and two canadian...we enjoyed the sunset took some photographs...then settled around the camp fire...introduced each other had loads of fun chatted away till late night had food and slept under the stars thought it will be cold but with two quilts and a blanket we did not feel the cold...next morning got up early to catch the sunrise had breakfast....then we had another two hour camel ride the race was fun my camel was too smart he was the leader always ahead of everyone actually i was scared coz all the group would lag behind with my camel trotting away to glory and at one point when the group was far behind he sat down till they caught up...ha ha ...the jeep was waiting for us and we drove back to jaisalmer....you can reach Mr Bissa(Mr Desert) of sahara travels

Camel trek

by munki


As camel safaris are big business in Jaisalmer, different parties take you to different routes. My advice is to choose a different destination to San dunes which is an extremely popular spot for travellers if you are after peace and solitude.

Camel safari

by renatob

it s the major attraction here.Even if it is a real pain,its worth of doing it.Check around for prices and tours,your hostel will surely propose you one"700 hundred rupies and you go where no tourists are".Women travelling alone,India is a safe country but don t do this camel safari alone,find someone first,even if they tell you there will be loads of people with you,sometimes it s not true.Last thing if you can ask for Isaak as a guide ,he is a marvellous cook and a very nice guy.Enjoy the ride and the gas.........

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Address: Bera Road, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India