Half-Day Sunset Camel Safari
The Half-day sunset tour will take you closer to the culture, history, and heritage of Jaisalmer.
The Golden City of Jaisalmer is known for its majestic forts, ancient havelis and yellow stone architecture that give the glimpse of marvelous heritage and culture of Rajasthan.
The Half-day sunset tour will take you closer to the culture, history, and heritage of Jaisalmer. You will visit the archaeological village of Kuldhara and get an opportunity to experience the Natural Oasis of the region. Enjoy a wide range of facilities; jeep transportation, camel ride, dinner by the campfire, sunset with snacks and much more. Book the package and grab the opportunity to relive the golden royal era.
English speaking guides
One camel per person
Full jeep support
Freshly-prepared vegetarian meals, (breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner, depending on your departing/returning time), chai/coffee and plenty of bottled water. A full menu is available at our office, or on request by email. Please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements.
Bedding for overnight tours (mattresses and plenty of blankets: you are welcome to bring a sleeping bag if you have one but it isn’t required).
Secure luggage storage and the use of our guesthouse facilities for showering and resting both before and after your safari.
Free pick-up service from your hotel/transport on the day of your safari: just let us know your hotel name or arrival time and method of transport. We can collect from any hotel outside the fort, and pick-up time is half an hour before the scheduled start of your safari. Otherwise the starting point is The Desert Ship office (reporting time half an hour before the scheduled start of your safari).
You won’t need any camping supplies for your safari, but the following items may prove useful:
Long-sleeved shirt and long trousers.
Sunglasses, sunhat, and scarf. (We don’t recommend that you wear contact lenses as the very fine sand can easily get behind them. Please bring your prescription glasses instead.)
During winter, a warm jacket or shawl for the evening and early morning.
A torch (flashlight) – no light source is available at the campsite.
For morning departures / late afternoon returns, something to occupy yourself during the long lunch break (books, cards, music etc).
Camera (be very careful with equipment as the sand can damage the electronics).
Please bring any medication you think you might need.