5 Days - Rajasthan Desert Safari Tour

Duration 5 Days Places Covered 3 Places Best Time September - April
Includes : Camp Stay + Transfers + Sightseeing + Guides
Places (Cities) Covered : Jodhpur - Sam Dunes - Jaisalmer
Desert Safari, Jodhpur


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Magnificent deserts, stunning palaces, and alluring grandeur make Rajasthan a popular destination for visitors. 

Carefully designed Rajasthan Desert Safari tour provides exciting opportunities to create lifetime memories among the desert state's golden sand dunes. The very well-planned schedule gives you enough time to visit two beautiful towns, namely Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. 

The 5-day tour lets you spend your day looking at the architectural wonders while the evening is memorable as you experience folk music and performances underneath the star-laden sky.


  • Explore the Mandore Gardens.
  • Jodhpur sightseeing tour.
  • Spend evening amidst the Sam Sand Dunes.
  • Jaisalmer city tour.

Desert of Rajasthan


Our representative in Jodhpur welcomes you at the station or the airport. We will check-in and relax. Then we continue our journey by visiting the historic town with numerous monuments.

The now ruined Mandore fort was constructed over many stages and used to be a magnificent architecture with its thick walls and its considerable scale. The Fort's highlight is a massive, now ruined temple. Another main attraction is the 'Mandore Gardens' with its beautiful temple and unforgettable set and high rock terraces. The main draw in Mandore is the garden house of the Chhatris of several rulers of Jodhpur state Ravana temple.

There is also a government museum in the Mandore Parks, the Hall of Heroes, and a Hindus temple for 33 crore gods. The museum contains many artifacts and statues found in the city. The "Hall of Heroes" commemorates the region's famous heroes, and this consists of seventeen figures made of one block.

Next door is the more massive hall called the "Temple of 33 Crore Gods," covered in pictures of various Hindu deities. Balak Rao Parihar, a water-reservoir for Mandore, built a way back in 1159 AD. The famous guests in the garden are Jackal and Peacock. On the shores of a lake, which at present are five-star homes, there was an impressive red sandstone summer palace built a few years later.

We check back for dinner and sleep.
We kick off the trip today with a visit to the Mehrangarh is one of India's most massive fortresses, located in Jodhpur. It is situated on the top of the town at around 125 m and surrounded by thick, towering walls. 

There are many palaces in its borders that are famous for their intricate carvings and vast courtyard. Seven gates have been installed by Maharaja Man Singh to commemorate his victories over the Jaipur and Bikaner armies.

Then we move on to one of the best-stocked museums of Rajasthan is the museum at Mehrangarh Fort. There are selected old royal palanquins in one part of the fort museum, including the complex dormy palanquin, which was won by Gujarat in 1730. 

In weapons, masks, portraits, and decorated periods, the museum displays the heritage of the Authors. The Palace is one of the world's largest private residences in Jodhpur, and Taj Hotels operates part of the property. 

They named it in honor of the present owner of the Maharaja Umaid Singh. The palace comprises 347 rooms and is home to the former royal family of Jodhpur. 

A museum is part of the palace. Jodhpur royal family is home to the former royal family and the sixth-largest privately owned building in the world today, but the historic Taj Mahal at Agra has one thing in common with it.- The white Marble. 

The last of India's grand palaces is the magnificent Umaid Bhawan Palace. Amidst 26 acres of lush gardens, dancing pawns, and an indoor zodiac pool, Taj Heritage offers 70 genuinely stunning Art Deco rooms and suites. 

The next in the list is a famous landmark in Jodhpur is Ghanta Ghar or the Clock Tower. It's just an architectural treat, rather than a marker on the street by the same name. Until finished, you can check out the vibrant market for curiosities, as the entire area is renowned for its extensive and fine art, such as sarees and kurtas Rajasthani, bracelets, souvenirs, local handicrafts and more. 7000 shops flood the whole area.
Next we travel to Jaisalmer , after checking out Jaisalmer. 

Here we check in to a hotel and after some rest head on to the Desert known as Sam Dunes

Sam dunes is one of the most authentic desert dune sites in the whole of India. You will find 30-60 meter tall dunes, and many travelers enjoying Desert Safari on camels or jeeps, one of Jaisalmer, Sam Sand Dunes, is a must-visit to Rajasthan. 

If you're visiting the Golden Region, then a desert safari is a must, because you're missing the whole fun when you're not exploring the big Thar on the back of a camel. 

The attraction of the Jaisalmer Tour is to visit the Sam Sand Dunes. 

The reality is that before sunset, 4-6 p.m. or just before sunrise is the perfect time for a camel safari. In these hours, the local people feel the best warmth and sight is nothing short of a carnival. 

Note the children and the camel owners, wear traditional clothing, though the Desert remains unchanged but still provides a memorable experience. The Indian Arm forces hold up the path that leads to the Sam Dunes. 

Either climb on the back of the camel or pick a safari jeep. We returned to the hotel for a good night's sleep.
After Breakfast, we head towards Jaisalmer

This is an old medieval trade center and a princely state in Rajasthan's western Indian province, at the heart of the Thar Desert. Known as the "Golden Spot," its yellow sandstone construction makes it stand out. Jaisalmer Fort, a massive hilltop citadel with 99 bastions, dominates the skyline. The ornate Maharaja's Palace stands behind its massive walls and intricately carved Jain temples. 

Now we make our way to the Fort. Jaisalmer Fort is one of the very few "living forts" in the world, as almost one-fourth of the population of the old city still resides within the Fort. The Fort was the city of Jaisalmer for the better part of its 800-year existence. The first settlements outside the fort walls, to accommodate the population of Jaisalmer, are said to have appeared in the 17th century. Jaisalmer's Fort was built in 1156, when Rajput Rawal, the second most ancient Fort in Rajasthan. The massive yellow-yarned sandstone wall of the Fort was tawny, lion, during the day, fading to honey-gold as the sun fell, and thus camouflaged the fortress in the yellow Desert. It's also named the Sonar Quila or the Golden Building

The next stop is Bada Bagh. Bada Bagh, meaning big garden, features a collection of royal cenotaphs or Jaisalmer Maharajas chhatris, including that of Jai Singh II. In the 16th century, his son, Lankaran, built the region's first cenotaph for Jai Singh II. Jai Singh II was well known for his contribution to greening the area. And his son set up a monument in the form of a cenotaph near the dam to honor him and built a large park around it. The garden's location is such that it gives visitors spectacular sunset views Tourists will visit the forest, lake, and dam when they are on a trip to Bada Bagh. Jait Bandh, the dam controls the area. 

Now we move on to Salim Singh ki Haveli founder Salim Singh, the Kingdom's prime minister when Jaisalmer was the capital, in 1815. This building is renowned for its signature architecture, as it consists of 38 gracefully carved balconies. 

Dancing peacock inspired the architecture of this house. The Haveli is so amazing, one of the most ambitious constructions of its period, that it even invited the ruler's envy during its era. After all the stable structures, it is time to visit something liquid. 

Talon ki Pol lies at the entrance to Gadsisar Dam. This beautiful arched doorway of yellow sandstone and the windows and chhatris carry elegant curvature. It also has a temple adjacent to the pool devoted to Lord Krishna. 

There are chhatris, ghats, and temples bordering on Lake Gadisar, making it ideal for dramatic photography of the landscape. Boating on Lake Gadisar is a delightful activity to do. You should feed the catfish in the lake's waters too. Wading birds and migratory birds are on the rivers. 

 We retire to our hotel, knowing very well that this is our last night, in this beautiful place. And we sleep with a dream.
After a peaceful nap and a super breakfast, you are escorted to the railway station for your onward journey. 

Conclusion: This package may be limited in time, but we cover more places. We hope you have enjoyed it.

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Tour Inclusions

  • 04 Nights stay in resorts / hotels / camps.
  • Airport transfers and sightseeing tours in air conditioned car.
  • Gasoline charges, Toll tax, Permit, Driver allowances.
  • English speaking guide while sightseeing tours.
  • All taxes. 
  • Mineral water bottles during the journey. 
  • Personal assistance, care and attention by Cosmovision.

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Jaisalmer Fort
Jaisalmer Fort
Umaid Bhawan, Jodhpur
Jaswant Thada, Jodhpur
Camel Safari
Desert Safari
Jeep Safari
Jeep Safari in Jaisalmer


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