A ride on the ship of the desert is best way to enjoy the sunset.
Joggan Jaisalmer Camp offers a complete tour on camel, Camel Safari, back with escorted guide to show you the desert life along with the manganiyas, local birds and animals on the route.
Jeep safari also known as dune bashing is a complete adrenal rush activity offered by Joggan Jaisalmer Camp, where a complete 45 minutes run on the dunes, the speed and skates of the jeep tyre keep you high. It is a must experience when in Joggan Jaisalmer in Jaisalmer.
The four tyre motorbike is another way to enjoy dunes and desert land on your own, the ride along with the horizons of desert and rocky land make you feel like a super hero on a rescue mission.
If you are cultural bug then Joggan Jaisalmer in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan is one destination you should never miss It . Our Camp offers you a cultural walk in the Lakhamana village, where you see the Traditional life, Mud Tandoors, Water Wells and mud storage system for grains. You can relax and play Traditional games like – marbles, Kho Kho and Kabaddi. The movement from our Desert camp will be done on by walking.
The Royals of Rajasthan can never be missed if you are on a Rajasthan visit. Jaisalmer is called the "Golden City of India" because the yellow sandstones which were used in construction of the city offer it a yellowish-golden tinge. The Royal Tours include several tourist attractions like Jaisalmer Fort, Patwahaveli, Gadisor Lake, Salam Singh Ki Haveli and other interesting sites.
The Museum & Fossil Tour to the city includes Desert National Park, Akal Fossil Park, The Folklore Museum, Desert Cultural Center, Government Museum, Gyan Bhandar, Silk Route Art Gallery, Thar Heritage Museum with many other options.
The Khabha Tour features a visit to Khabha, which is a small village almost 35 kms from Jaisalmer. The main attraction here is the Khabha Fort which also has a Geological Museum. More than 50% of the village is uninhabited with ruins of houses more than 250 years old, scattered around.
The temples are one of the most famous tourist attractions in Jaisalmer. Some of these temples are; Baba Ramdev Mandir,or Tanot Mata Mandir, Shanti Nath Mandir and Rishabh Dev Mandir.
Longewala is a village in the Western State of Rajasthan in District Jaisalmer of India. It is close to the border with Pakistan, and is very close to the battle site of Longewala of the Indo-Pakistan War of 1971. Tourists cannot go beyond a certain point to see the Indo–Pak Border. The area is said to have oil and gas reserves. It is said that during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1965, Pakistani Army dropped several bombs targeting the temple located at Longewala, but none of the bombs could fall on the temple and large number of the bombs in the vicinity of the temple did not explode. Featuring a Museum within, there are collections of the unexploded bombs dropped by Pakistan during the war.
On the Pakistan border, there is one temple of Tannot Mata which is 160km from Jaisalmer Desert Camp. While driving, you can find the typical village where you can see the most beautiful Dhanis (villages) of Jaisalmer.
We serve you the packed lunch which you can either have in the temple or in the dhani's enroute. You can find the desert foxes, Groups of Camels, Desert Donkeys, Indian Army Bunkers and beautiful dunes.
At the end of the tour, you will stop at border, where you can have a glimpse of Indian army protecting our borders. On the way back, you can halt at villages of Thar Desert where you can see traditional, cultural and local customs of the villagers.
Pickup and drop facility is available at the point where we start safari. This is a grand Rajasthani cultural show with professional performers like Manganiyas, Joggan, Bawai dancers, fire eaters, desert magicians and human puppets telling the story of love and royals, also reliving the four festivals of Rajasthan, Holi, Teej, Gangaur and Diwali.
This is a specially designed feature for the NRI and corporate people who would love to experience the re-creation of the festival only (our suggestion is that you should be a group of 20 or more for real good experience)