Jaisalmer in December: Things to Do & Places to Visit, 2021
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Places to Visit in Jaisalmer in December

 Jaisalmer Fort,  Khuri Dunes, Sam  Dunes, Gadisar Lake, Desert Culture Centre and Museum, Desert National Park,  Patwon ki Haveli, Maharaja’s Palace,  Bada Bagh,Longewala Post,  Kuldhara Village, Salim Singh Ki Haveli and many more.

Jaislamer in December can be considered as an abode of ultimate tourism that lets you enjoy the magnificence of the Thar Desert and charm of the regal fortresses and palaces at its best. Taking part in the things to do in Jaisalmer, one would never ever experience a dull moment. The temperature ranges between 10 to 26 degrees from nights to day and offers a pleasant atmosphere to enjoy the city.

Relish the beauty of the golden city, heading out to places to visit in Jaisalmer in december and taking part in loads of fun filled adventure activities on pleasant days, enjoy stargazing and royal rajasthani cuisines on chilly winter nights. All these will be a once in a lifetime experience for you and you will be able to cherish these royal moments all through your life. You can choose to marvel at the age-old forts and palaces of Jaisalmer and camp in the middle of the desert on sand dunes to celebrate your free life from all your stress and burdens.      

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Last Updated: 09 Dec 2020
Latest Information on Travelling to JAISALMER?

Entry is open from all domestic states for all kinds of travel.

  • Wearing of masks in mandatory when out in public.
  • Thermal screening is mandatory for all passengers upon arrival
  • No e-pass required for inter-district or intra-district travel.
  • COVID-19 tests to be conducted for symptomatic travellers
  • Travellers are required to download the Aarogya Setu App on their phones.
  • COVID-19 related night curfew has been lifted in Jaisalmer
  • No restriction on number of passengers required in any vehicles
  • Malls, markets, shops, parks and attractions are open to public
  • 14 days of voluntary home quarantine for all travellers visiting Jaisalmer.
  • In case a passenger is showcasing COVID-19 symptoms, they shall be isolated and admitted to the nearest health facility.

Flights to Jaisalmer airport are functional from Ahmedabad.

Local Transport

Local transport in Jaisalmer is functional including buses and taxis.

Thrillophilia recommends you follow all safety guidelines issued by the government to stay safe while travelling to and in Jaisalmer. We also recommend you practice good personal hygiene to ensure your safety.

Heritage hotels & resorts in Rajasthan reopen with appropriate safety measures Updated: 09 Dec 2020

Several heritage hotels in Rajasthan have reopened with enhanced sanitization protocols and strict safety measures to keep the guests safe. One of these is Kota's Brijraj Bhawan Palace.

No e-pass required for entry in Jaisalmer Updated: 19 Sep 2020

Under the newly issued guidelines in Unlock 4.0, no e-pass, prior booking of hotels or COVID negative certificate will be required to enter Jaisalmer.

Hotels & resorts across Jaisalmer reopened Updated: 19 Sep 2020

Most hotels and resorts, including RTDC hotels have reopened for travellers with appropriate safety measures in place for the safety of guests.

All monuments & museums in Jaisalmer reopened from June 1 Updated: 19 Sep 2020

All monuments and museums in the entire state of Rajasthan have reopened from June 1 with appropriate safety measures in place. Read more

Entry in Jaisalmer opens from all cities and states Updated: 19 Sep 2020

Under unlock 4.0, travellers will now be able to enter Jaisalmer without any restrictions from any state in the country.

Lockdown in Jaisalmer lifted except containment zones Updated: 19 Sep 2020

Under the new guidelines of Unlock 4.0, all restrictions, curfews and lockdown has been lifted in Jaisalmer except for the areas that come under containment zones.

Jaisalmer airport functions with selective flights Updated: 19 Sep 2020

The Jaisalmer airport has been reopened and is functional for flights arriving from Ahmedabad for now.

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Jaisalmer Weather in December

The weather of Jaisalmer in December remains pleasant and is favourable for tourism. You will have shiny bright days and chilly breeze during night hours. The climatic condition of the city can be considered as paradisiacal. The temperature ranges in between 10 degree celsius to 26 degree celsius.

The outdoor climate is neither too hot nor too cold. You will surely be delighted to spend an amazing time out of your hotel room exploring the majestic forts and the beautiful havelis of Jaisalmer City. 


Why to Visit Jaisalmer In December?

Tourists love to visit the city of Jaisalmer in December to embrace a great deal of excitement. You will be able to visit a number of lakes and parks where you can relax and unwind with your loved ones.

Jaisalmer in December promises you great fun and enjoyment in the winter season when the temperature of the city remains pleasurable and makes tourism easy. The climatic conditions become a bit difficult in the summer vacation duration because of scorching heat. Thus the winter months welcome tourists with a great heart and lets them make the most of the visit. 

What to Wear in Jaisalmer in December?

The climate of Jaisalmer in December month remains mostly pleasant and favorable for outdoor activities. The city gets sunny days and chilled nights. It is at all times advisable to carry a few jackets, sweaters and other warm clothes to make sure you have at least something to cover your neck and head to refrain yourself from catching cold.

You should also carry a pair of socks as well as gloves to give warmth to your feet and hands. Things like beanies, caps and scarves are also useful. Evenings tend to be very cold so you should keep yourself prepared to tackle whatever comes your way.


Things to Do in Jaisalmer in December

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About the Activity:

-Make your vacation a special one as you head out on a thrilling Camel Safari in Jaisalmer and get a chance to explore the rustic beauty of this city.
-You will reach by jeep to the pickup point of the camel and get a chance to watch the sunrise and then meet your camels and guides.
-After breakfast, get up and enjoy a thrilling ride through the desert enjoying the beauty of the place.
-Enjoy a delicious lunch break in the shade, and then you will set off for the dunes and reach there by sunset.
-Enjoy a freshly prepared Indian meal while you watch the sun go down. After sunset, you’ll return to Jaisalmer by jeep.
-You will depart at around 6:30 AM and end your tour by 9:30 PM and conclude your camel safari in Jaisalmer.

About the Destination:

When we talk about the Golden city in India, the first place that strikes our mind is the enchanting Jaisalmer city. Camel Safari in Jaisalmer, dune bashing, desert camping is few of the interesting activities here which attract a lot of tourist around the world.  Rich in history and with a brimming culture, this city lies just at the Indo- Pak border. Spend your evening in the desert enjoying the cultural programs and the folk music will lure you away.  Jaisalmer is embellished with lakes, beautiful temples, havelis and mansions clad in brilliant yellowish sandstone.

Get up on to the camel seat and head out to the desert or camp under the night sky in this brilliant land for an extraordinary affair. The Jaisalmer Fort remains as a crown on the city and gives a delightful complexity to the scene. It likewise has a lake and numerous glorious temples, all made of sandstone. The tight back roads encompassing the fortification are possessed by people dwelling there for ages. Jaisalmer is a wonderful amalgam of extraordinary Indian leave culture, legacy and experience.

Also, known as the Golden city this marvellous city will take you on a journey to the land of romantics. Each of the places in the city is said to have lots of untold affairs which is hidden in the walls of forts. This city is also famous for the famous Tannot Mata temple dedicated to the divine goddess Hinglaj Mata's new clone Tannot Mata. If you are close to the border then you can also visit the village nearby and meet with the local villagers.

The openness and charm of Jaisalmer deserts are admired by thousands of visitors every year. While in the deserts of Jaisalmer, the grandiosity of Camel Safaris and desert-camping enthrals the visitors. Jaisalmer’s countryside tours are the most popular among the visitors. These tours take the visitors to the rustic villages and allow them to have a glimpse of life across the desert lands. Jaisalmer Camel Safaris are the most favoured way of exploring these villages and unfold their magnificence.

Although, this city is touched by commercialization the people residing here still has a tight grip on their culture. Everything in this vibrant city will take you back to the ancient time. A lot of people these days visit this Golden city to enjoy the charm of bygone days. Not just this, as you walk through the markets you will see how they have preserved their culture through their art and embroidered items.  Get closer to this city this time as you head out for a nice vacation far away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

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About the Jeep Safari In Jaisalmer:

-Make your vacation a special one while you head out on an amazing Jeep safari in Jaisalmer and drive through the deserts.
-During this village jeep safari, you will get a chance to explore the villages and basti, where you get a chance to see the cultural life and daily life of these places.
-Get a chance to witness the daily life of the famous Basti, as you take this amazing jeep ride.
-As you move on from the bustling activity of the village to the serenity of desert, one is at times able to spot a trek of the famous Black Buck Antelope.
-The drive continues across the desert to the Lakhmanna, Sam village, Bhillo ki Basti and more places where a number of migratory birds come in the season of winter, and provide a splendid view
-Indulge in the Jeep safari activity and travel amidst Lakhamana Dunes for 2 KM in the desert for about 35 minutes.
-Take the photographs with your family to make the trip memorable.
-End your tour by heading back to the desert camp after indulging in the enthralling fun of 45 minutes.

Timings:  You can pick any spot from 8:00 AM till 6:30 PM in a day.

Minimum number of people required- 2.

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Location: Sam Sand Dunes, Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer implies to a striking tourist spot in Rajasthan, is composed of elegant forts and sand that one gets to behold along when in Jaisalmer. The location fills does not just impart a great spot for exploring and sightseeing, but the location is also ideal for a number of fun-filled and adventurous activities that can be carried out with your dear ones, when in Jaisalmer.

Enthral with parasailing in Jaisalmer that fills your heart with unending memories. The parasailing activity is fun & uncertain and we can bet you don’t want to miss out your chance!

About the Parasailing In Jaisalmer:
Activity Timing: 10:00 AM to 05:30 PM
The package lets you get over the fear of height with trying Parasailing that takes you high up in the desert of Jaisalmer. 
The duration of the activity is 30 minutes where the parasailing would take 3-5 minutes of immense adventure. 
This parasailing activity is conducted on the ground under the instruction of qualified instructors who would guide you throughout the activity.
Safety equipments are provided along to ensure maximum safety of the participants.

How to reach?
The activity location is approximately 35 KM from Jaisalmer City Center. It is easily accessible by both private and public transportation.
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Location: Sam Sand Dunes, Jaisalmer

Paramotoring is a swift form of parasailing, using motors to navigate instead of being tied to a jeep. It offers everyone the freedom and experience of personal flight. The same paragliding wing is used along with a lightweight engine and propeller. With a paramotor, anyone can fly without a licence and costs much less than any other mode of aircraft.

About the activity:

  • Embrace yourself with a bird's eye view and glide with desert birds while paramotoring high above the Jaisalmer desert and let the desert breeze guide your way during this unique adventure.
  • Our team will make sure you’re gliding at a safe height, and will be taking pictures of you paramotoring. 
  • One will be at a considerable height to view the golden dune of Jaisalmer. 
  • This sport encourages adventurous spirit among all age groups. The pilot on the craft will be controlling your glide for your complete comfort and safety. 
How to reach?
The activity location is about 45 KM away from Jaisalmer city center. One can hire a taxi or reach here by private transportation.
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Explore Jaisalmer Fort

The famous Jaisalmer Fort is considered to be the Golden Fort because of the use of yellow sandstone in its construction. This iconic landmark of the desert happens to be the finest example of the intricate Indian architecture of the bygone times.

The sight of the fort is very impressive when the rays of the sun fall on the walls and get reflected. This royal architectural marvel happens to strike the attention of every single visitor landing in the Golden City of India. Exploring all the corners of the fort is truly one of the best things to do in Jaisalmer in December. 

Location: Fort Road, Khejer Para, Manak Chowk, Amar Sagar Pol, Jaisalmer

Timings: Monday to Sunday – 9 am to 5 pm
INR 30 for Indians
INR 50 for Foreigners


Camping at Khuri Dunes

Khuri Sand Dunes happens to be a wonderful place for camping as well as sightseeing during your trip to Jaisalmer in December. It offers loads of adventurous activities like camel riding, jeep safari, sightseeing for thrill seekers to choose from.

The Khuri dunes are also very much famous for its local bazaars that deal with traditional handicrafts. Spending a night at this place, you will enjoy some of the most entertaining musical nights and campfires with the local kalbeliyas. 

 40 kilometers southwest from Jaisalmer city centre


Enjoy Safaris at Sam Sand Dunes

Desert safaris are something that everyone visiting Jaisalmer in December is interested about. Sam sand dunes happens to be the first name that would come to your mind when you think of relishing an authentic desert safari experience.

Taking part in these things to do in Jaisalmer in december at sam sand dunes you will be able to relish a sand  dune bashings  and sunset safari. This happens to be one of the best things to do in jaisalmer in December night as you would get a chance to enjoy the cultural performances and relish authentic rajasthani food. Camping and dining under a starlit sky is truly a great experience that you will cherish all through your life. 

Location: Near Sam Toll Barrier, Right Side On Sam Road, Jaisalmer

Boating at Gadisar Lake

Gadisar lake is one of the top places of tourist interest in Jaisalmer in December month that is perfect for visitors to visit in the evening hours for some relaxed activity. Boating in the lake has been one of the most sought after activities as you will be able to see and admire the breathtaking views of the natural surroundings.

Being located close to the famous Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, this lake offers mesmerizing bird watching opportunities. Visit this place in the evening hours to enjoy boating, bird watching and get a chance to capture the scenic views of the blood red setting sun over the shimmering waters of the lake. 

Location: Near Tilon Ki Gate, Near Jaisalmer Fort, Jaisalmer

Timings: Monday to Sunday for 24 hours (Recommended time to visit 8 am to 6 pm) 

- INR 100 for a 2-seater pedal boat
- INR 200 for a 4-seater pedal boat
- INR 300 for a 6-seater pedal boat


Watch Puppet Show at Desert Culture Centre and Museum

Desert culture centre and museum happens to be one of the most visited places in Jaisalmer in December as it gives the visitors a walk through the culture, tradition, and heritage of Rajasthan. On a visit to this place you can indulge in shopping for textiles Rajasthani art, artefacts, and  much more.

You will also get a chance to interact with the locals during the puppet show to learn more about  this tradition. It will surely be a great fun to immerse yourself in the ancient art of India. 

Location: Gadisar Road, Amar Sagar Pol, Jaisalmer

Timings: Monday to Sunday – 10.30 am to 6 pm

Entry Fees:
INR 20 for Indians
INR 50 for Foreigners
INR 20 per camera
INR 50 per video recorder

Puppet Shows:
INR 30 for Indians
INR 50 for Foreigners

Combined Rate For Museum + Show: INR 70 for all


Drive to the Border to See the Longewala Post

Longewala post needs no introduction as it was one of the prominent posts where the battle of longewala was fought between India and pakistan. The latter had to face a huge loss of soldiers, war equipment, and vehicles.

On a visit to jaisalmer, you should make sure that you visit this place located close to the India and pakistan border. You will get to see sand dunes and never ending desert from this place.  You will also get to visit the temple museum that preserves a lot of bombs exploded by Pakistan. The peculiar incident connected to this bombardment is that not even a single bomb blasted that fell into the  premises of the temple. 

Location: Ramgarh, Jaisalmer

Shopping at the Local Bazaars

Shopping  in jaisalmer is a treat for shopaholics as the city is home to a number of beautiful art and craft forms. In the course of your vacation in jaisalmer you should find time to go for shopping in the evening hours and collect some of the priceless souvenirs for your loved ones and also to learn more about the traditional artworks. 

Location: Bhatia Bazaar, Sadar Bazaar, Sonaron ka Bas, Pansari Bazaar, Light of the East, manak Chowk, and Seema Gram

Spotting Rare Species at Desert National Park

Desert national  park in Jaisalmer is considered as one of the largest national parks that is home to a number of wildfires like reptiles, animals, and birds. You will also come across loads of rare and endangered species at this place like bustards and chinkara.

You will surely fall in love with this place and be able to capture some amazing snaps.  Some of the most sought after members of the national park are Russel’s viper, spiny-tailed lizard, the dragon-like Monitor lizard, MacQueen’s Bustards, Demoiselle Cranes, shrikes, peafowl bee-eaters, sand grouses, orioles, warblers, Blackbuck Antelope, Chinkara Deer, Indian Fox, Desert Cat, Desert Fox, Long-eared Hedgehog, and more.

Location: Myajlar Road, Jaisalmer

Timings: Monday to Sunday – 7 am to 5 pm

INR 100 for entrance
INR 100 for Jeep ride
INR 200 per guide

Places to Visit in Jaisalmer in December


Patwon ki Haveli

Patwon Ki Haveli is one of the largest havelis in the whole world that happens to be a cluster of five magnificent palaces. Heading out to this place to visit in Jaisalmer in December you would get a chance to sight the impressive artisanship on the walls.

The perfect blend of Indo-Isalmic architecture and intricate carvings on the glazing yellow sandstone on the interiors will surely impress any art lover. Learn more about the construction process and the store associated with it visiting this heritage site in Jaisalmer. 

Location:  No. 3129, opposite Choora Paada, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001

Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM

Kuldhara Village

Kuldhara Village happens to be an abandoned village in Jaisalmer that was brought into being in the 13th century. Once upon a time, the village was a prosperous village that was inhabited by the Paliwal Brahmins. With passage of time, various problems like dwindling supply of water and persecution by Salim Singh, the then prime minister.

However, some other studies suggest that the villages were abandoned because of earthquakes. Leaving behind these studies, the villages have got loads of antique relics to showcase and visiting them would be a great fun along with your loved ones. The age old architectural designs will surely impress you and give you loads of insights of the bygone era. 

Location: Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Timings: Monday to Sunday – 8 am to 7 pm

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Bada Bagh

The name Bada Bagh signifies Big Garden and it happens to be famous in Jaisalmer for its lined cenotaphs, a massive tank, and a huge dam. This place was constructed by Maharawal Jait Singh for the nobles who fought for the city.

This is a great place of historical significance and most sought after places to visit in Jaisalmer in December that tourists must not miss out. Bada Bagh is located at a very convenient position that can be easily reached from the city centre of Jaisalmer. 

Location: Bada Baugh Chhatris Road, Jaisalmer

Timings: Monday to Sunday – 9 am to 6 pm

Salim Singh Ki Haveli

The Haveli of Salim Singh in Jaisalmer takes you close to a whole new world of design and architecture. The former prime minister had a great taste for mesmerizing design elements and attention to details. Coming over to this place, one would notice the same from the design of the arched roof that is constructed in the shape of a peacock.

One more thing that will impress you in the haveli is the 38 beautifully carved balconies. The intricate design works on the walls of the structure talk about the ancient traditions and culture of India. 

Location: Near Jaisalmer Fort, Jaisalmer

Timings: Monday to Sunday – 8 am to 5 pm
The Jaisalmer War Museum, popularly known as JWM is a memorable establishment dedicated to the war heroes of our nation. The Museum was ideated under Lieutenant General Bobby Mathews and developed by the Indian Army's Dessert Corps. It is a memorial to exhibit the immense strength and richness of Indian soldiers, their glorious contributions and brave sacrifices in times of war.

Jaisalmer specifically was chosen for the development of the museum as it is among the few places that suffered a long stretch of wars and battles including the Battle of Longewala in 1971. The museum holds a number of collections from the wars and was corroborated and opened for people in the year 2015, the golden jubilee of India-Pakistan War. The museum includes equipment, armor, vehicles and more.

The Jaisalmer Museum has also dedicated a prestigious wall for all Param Vir and Maha Vir Chakra holders. It is also segregated into an Audio Visual room, Indian Army Hall and the Laungewale Hall. A souvenir shop and cafe are yet another part of the Museum. Major exhibits at the museum include a Hunter Aircraft that contributed tremendously to destroying the enemy tank in the battle of Longewala. There are also displays of Indian Armies strategies during the India Pakistan War in 1971 in the museum.

History of Jaisalmer War Museum

It was Lieutenant General Bobby Mathews who conceived the idea of creating a Museum as a tribute for the war heroes of the Longewala Battle in 1971. The notion was furnished into what we know now as the Jaisalmer War Museum by the Indian military's Desert Corps. The museum was constructed particularly in Jaisalmer's desert land because of the fact that it is one of the most war-affected regions of India. Apart from the Battle of Longewala, the army civilization and culture in this area is quite extravagant and hence, Jaisalmer certainly deserved an honor like this.

Although the museum was created and furnished under Lieutenant General Bobby Matheus, it was Lieutenant General Ashok Singh who finally opened the gates of the museum for the general population of the country and beyond. The museum holds a number of equipment, weapons, vehicles among other displays that truly exhibit the glory of India's greatest war heroes.

Exhibit at the Museum

There are a number of exhibits and displays at the Jaisalmer War Museum that clearly allow the visitors to encapsulate the distinctions of our war heroes. One of the major attractions of the place is the display of the Hunger aircraft that was successfully able to take down enemy tanks in the war against Pakistan. The two display rooms Laungewale Hall and Military hall showcase images of various skills and tactics used by the great militants to win over a number of battles.

The Audiovisual room also dictates a number of stories about India's war heroes and their esteem contributions. Fighter jets, guns, various weapons and equipment used by the military are also a part of the display at the museum.
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Jaisalmer Government Museum

The Jaisalmer Government Museum happens to be a geological museum that lets you observe and admire the age-old fossils and stone sculptures that date back to the eras of settlements of Kiradu and Lodurva of the 12th century. 

The museum has got a long list of items on displays. You will fall in love with the local made handicraft items giving insights about the artisanship of the bygone era, embroidered dresses, and much more. Art and antique lovers flock to this place from all over the world. 

Location: Police Line Road, Near Moomal Hotel, Jaisalmer

Timings: Saturday to Thursday – 10 am to 4.30 pm; Closed on Fridays

Nathmal Ki Haveli

Nathmal Ki Haveli showcases a striking balance between Isalmic and Rajput style of architecture. It is considered to be one of the most admirable landmarks in the golden city that attracts many visitors all through the year. The haveli was constructed by two brothers named Lulu and Hathi.

Everything at this place is carved out of yellow sandstone starting from the two guarding elephants at the entrance to the intricate carving inside the palace building. Taking a closer look at the carvings you will get to find the difference of the minute artisanship. 

Location: Nearby Railway Station, Jaisalmer  

Timings: Monday to Sunday – 8 am to 7 pm

Akal Wood Fossil Park

Akal Wood Fossil Park happens to be a geological monument that makes the rocky and barren terrain look and sound interesting. Coming over to this place, you would be able to go back in the timeline to almost 180 million year back fossils that are from the Jurassic Era.

This geological monument cannot be missed at any cost in the course of your visit to Jaisalmer. Visiting this place, you will get a chance to adore the flying dinosaurs and 25 restored tree trunks that are submerged under the sea from a considerable time in the past. 

Location: A Unit Of Desert National Park, Barmer Road, Akal, Jaisalmer

Timings: Monday to Sunday – 9 am to 6 pm

Maharaja’s Palace

If you were looking for a picture perfect destination in Jaisalmer where you can witness the actual grandeur of royal Rajasthani Architecture, then this is the place. The charm of the decor of this place is one of the best things that tourists cherish all through their life.

Taking a trip to these places to visit in Jaisalmer in December, one would be able to relish the panoramic views of the Jaisalmer city from the rooftop and would also be able to grab the sights of the carved marble throne of the Maharaja. 

Jaisalmer Fort Palace, Jaisalmer

Timings: Monday to Sunday – 9 am to 5 pm

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"Desert camping in Jaisalmer remains highlights of your memories ????\nNice Food, Places, Scenic place..\n"
22 January 2019
I took this trip along with my two friends and we had a wonderful experience there. We had an awesome stay in the Swiss Tent where all the required facilities are available or if not on asking they provide do it. The staffs were very friendly and well behaved. I was awestruck by the beauty of golden sand there. It felt like I was far far lost in Desert somewhere and the sunset adds an extravagant beauty to that view. At night the campfire was so cool along with the folk dancing and singing activities. In short it was an awesome trip whoever wants to see Jaiselmer at the best should take this trip. Thanks to Thrillophilia for the awesome Experience and keep up the good work :) :)
A splendour trip.!!! Truly jaiselmer’s beauty is dependent on this dunes no matter how much time u stay its less. Tent are quite spacious and well sanitized. Dinner was good and snacks too. Safari was quite a great experience. Can’t thank you guys enough for adding beautiful pages of moments in our life..
"Best experience with friends, definitely say yes to this place. This place is quite far and also in the middle of the desert that makes this place even more better. The cultural program was amazing and the Safari we enjoyed it alot. Thanks for such a nice camping experience"
16 February 2019
We were picked up in a swift dzire from Pithla Haveli where we stayed. After reaching the desert we did our Jeep Safari (which was not included in our package though) then we did our camel safari. Both of them were more than awesome. Do not miss the jeep safari. If you are there. That cultural night was superb and the buffet dinner was very good. Thanks to Thrillophilia for this awesome trip. To see all the photos and stories do follow me on Bidyut_018 on Instagram.
10 March 2021
It includes only Camel ride and no Desert safari by Jeep. I had to pay 1200 more for 2 people for Desert safari by Jeep. The dinner was OKish. Camel ride was very good, on requesting he took us twice with just 50Rs. tip. There is an option to go for ATV ride also there @600 per person for a small round :P . But it was fun overall and I enjoyed it.
01 March 2021
Had a comfortable stay at the camps..all amenities were good and they were really friendly and everything was perfect there.
28 January 2021
Jeep safari is awesome i never enjoyed tht much in my entire life, tent is good and specially the food is delicious and staff is also good thnx to thrillophilia
05 January 2021
Amazing experience Safe for girls Hygienic
04 January 2021
I had a family trip to Jaiselmer and we stayed in Mehar Adventure camp. The tents were well clean , staff was excellent and food was tasty and clean. Cultural program and camel safari was too good. Amazing experience.

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  1. What is there to do in Jaisalmer in December?

    1. Head out on fort and palace tours: Jaisalmer is home to a number of majestic forts and mesmerizing palaces. On a visit to Jaisalmer in December, you can think of taking a sightseeing tour of the city to visit various heritage sites as well as historical places.

    2. Take part in desert safaris:
    Jaisalmer is very much popular for its safari tours and sand dunes. You can head out to any of the famous sand dunes in the late afternoon hours to be a part of the adventurous desert safari as well as indulge in the cultural performances post safari. 

    3. Shop at the local marketplaces:
    Jaisalmer is a wonderful place for shopaholics where you can indulge in shopping apparels, traditional handicraft items, jewelry and home décor items.
  2. What are the best places to shop in Jaisalmer?

    1. Seema Gram: Seema Gram happens to be a very popular place for scarves and handicrafts. One of the best places to shop at this place is the Khadi Gramodyog Bhavan which is very much famous for its artifacts and handicrafts. 

    2. Manak Chowk:
    Manak Chowk is yet another small marketplace in Jaisalmer that deals with traditional apparels, vibrant handicraft items, locally made leather items, and attractive bags. 

    3. Pansari Bazaar:
    Panasari Bazaar is widely famous for its home décor items that will give the interior décor of your home a whole new look and feel. You can also get traditional clothes from this place. 

    4. Sonaron Ka Baas:
    Sonaron Ka Baas means abode of lapidaries. This place happens to be the ultimate place to shop for jewelry of various designs. You can get traditional and authentic silver ornaments, funky accessories, and fascinating beads at this place. 
  3. Is December a good time to visit Jaisalmer?

    Yes, december is definitely a very good time to visit jaisalmer as the temperature of the city remains moderate and favourable for outdoor activities unlike the rest of the year which is hot and dry. In the month of december, you will be welcomed with sunny days and chilly nights to make your sightseeing and accommodation experience stunning.
  4. What is Jaisalmer famous for?

    Jaisalmer is termed as the golden city of India and it is famous for its forts and palaces that date back to a considerable time in the past and are adorned with beautiful yellow colored sandstones all throughout the architectural designs. The Thar desert and various dessert safari also attract visitors to Jaisalmer. The city is also known for its wide range of handicraft offerings for your perfect and exceptional home decor.
  5. How many days are sufficient for Jaisalmer?

    One would at least need two to three days to cover all the important places of tourist interest in Jaisalmer. You can carry out sightseeing activities all through the day and in the evening hours, you can head out for a wonderful desert safari tour.
  6. How far is desert from Jaisalmer?

    Desert is located at a distance of 40 to 45 km from the city centre of Jaisalmer. You can drive down the well maintained road connecting the city with the desert areas in a very less time to indulge in loads of fun filled and adventure activities.

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