Rajasthan Desert Tour Package will take you on a roller coaster ride to the real life of desert areas of Rajasthan and the rich history, heritage, and culture of the land of Rajputs, Pathans, and various casts with scores of folklore and tales of medieval chivalry and romance.
The Desert tour package is considered the best for exploring the destinations in Rajasthan. This travel package includes a visit to the major desert destinations with a bundle of activities revolving around and which are worth visiting. The beautiful travel and the experience in the village can be witnessed during this tour package. The beautiful Havelies of Mandawa and the glorious stretch of deserts can be seen during this package which is uncompromising with any other experience. Eagle tours is one of the most reputed Travels and Tour operating Companies in Rajasthan. The establishment of the Company and to-date emphatic advancement is the outcome of the efforts of highly qualified personnel with experience of more than Fifteen years and hold the reputation of being the most successful figures in the field of tourism developments in India (Rajasthan). They ensure to provide the best possible services to their customers and go above and beyond to help your vacation go crazy with a lot of activities considering customers’ packages and pockets. Our belief prevails in the commitment to provide quality, professional, effective and timely service for the utmost satisfaction of our customers and related Travel Agencies. Desert Safari is very famous and a must to do a tour in Rajasthan in which you have an unforgettable real desert safari drive adventure with our traditional Arabic Bedouin campsite visit where you can also enjoy the Camel Riding, Sand Boarding Etc.
Jaisalmer “The Ultimate Desert Drive”:
Jaisalmer is known for the majestic fort that fences the city. The most adorable and amazing thing about this fort is that it is a living urban center. The walls of this fort house approximately 3000 residents of Jaisalmer. It is lined with houses and temples and woven beautifully in narrow winding lanes Which attract tourists from all over the world.
Things to do in Jaisalmer:
Sam is a village situated west of the Jaisalmer city at a distance of 45 km. The sand dunes located at this village are one of the exquisite tourist locations in the center of Thar Desert. Some of the dunes are as high as 30 to 60 meters and extend over a length of 2 Km. It is one amongst the most popular tourist destinations Which is loved and frequently visited by them. It has numerous activities which attracts people from all over the nation. An affordable package of numerous activities and beautiful sunset defines the true beauty of this place. Complementing the beauty, this location gives you an entire definition of the Rajasthani culture along with desert safari, luxury tent camel Safari, camel cart, jeep safari, paragliding and many other attractive activities to blow your mind and make your journey worth remembering. After the sun dawns the night is decorated with various glimpses of the cultural activities and programmes accomplished with complimentary dinner and stays in luxurious tents of the desert. The essence of the culture is an unforgettable experience and worth every penny.
Patwaon ki Haveli:
Known as the golden city of India, Jaisalmer is a beautiful city in Rajasthan. Among all the things that make this city popular, “Patwon Ki Haveli,” also known as the Mansion of Brocade Merchants tops the list.Patwon Ki Haveli is a cluster of five large havelis in Jaisalmer. Built in 1805 by Guman Chand Patwa, it took the workers almost 55 years to complete the first haveli. With an interesting history, Patwon Ki Haveli is actually the first and the largest haveli to be constructed in Jaisalmer. History says that Patwa was an extremely wealthy man and a well-known trader of his time.
Due to his riches, he could afford to build a luxurious palace and thus ordered the construction of separate stories – one for each of his five sons. The entire family dealt in gold and silver threads that were used in embroidering clothes and so, there was no dearth of money in the family.
Once home to the Patwa family, today the cluster of havelis is occupied by the Rajasthan government’s art and craft department. Its beautiful architecture, creative mirror work, intricate carvings, lovely paintings, and its rich goldish yellow color is what makes this cluster of havelis a favorite among tourists and locals alike.
Jaisalmer Fort is situated in the city of Jaisalmer, in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is believed to be one of the very few “living forts” in the world, as nearly one fourth of the old city’s population still resides within the fort. For the better part of its 800-year history, the fort was the city of Jaisalmer.
The Jaisalmer Fort also goes by the name Sonar Quila (Golden Fort) as it rises from the desert itself and seems to become one with the golden hues of the sand.
Unlike most other forts in India, Jaisalmer Fort is not just a tourist attraction. It houses shops, hotels and ancient havelis (homes) where generations continue to live.
Jaisalmer traces its inception to the 12th century. History tells us of Rawal Jaisal, the eldest heir of the Rawal of Deoraj, was passed over for the throne of Lodurva and a younger half-brother was crowned king. Rawal Jaisal went looking for a new location to set up his capital when he came across sage Eesul. The sage told him about Krishna’s prophecy which said that a descendant of his Yaduvanshi clan would found a new kingdom at this same spot. It was in 1156 that Rawal Jaisal constructed a mud fort, named it Jaisalmer after himself and declared it his capital.
Longewala Post Jaisalmer:
The Battle of Longewala (4–7 December 1971) was one of the first major engagements in the western sector during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, fought between assaulting Pakistani forces and Indian defenders at the Indian border post of Longewala, in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan state in India. Starting early in the morning from Jaisalmer to Longewala battle field, it is around 115 KM (2:30 hours run). Spend a good amount of 2 to 3 hours wandering the fenced area. If interested, spend time talking with The Indian Soldiers.
Visiting the Indo-Pak Border is one of the most exotic things to do in Jaisalmer. The area is situated near the Tanot Mata temple and can be visited by prior permission and permits from the Indian Military Forces.
Following is the time to visit the beautiful places by patriots and others.
Monday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Jodhpur is a city in the Thar Desert of the northwest Indian state of Rajasthan. It was historically the capital of the kingdom of Marwar, which is now a part of Rajasthan. Jodhpur is a popular tourist destination, featuring many places, forts and temples set in the stark landscape of the Desert.
The best time to visit Jodhpur is between October and March. The weather is bearable (still very warm) and it tends to be the tourist season in India with more frequent buses and flights etc.
The two days itenary are work penny for all the historic places lovers
Mehrangarh Fort :
This is one of the largest forts in all of India and it stands a beautiful 400 feet above the city overlooking the beautiful blue houses. The fort was constructed in 1459 AD by Rao Jodha.
Chamunda Mata temple:
This temple is located on the south end of the fort, so it can be visited when you are exploring the fort. It’s a holy shrine that’s dedicated to Chamunda Devi. It’s beautiful whether you’re religiously inclined or not, and it offers a cool view over the surrounding city.
Roa Jodha Desert rock park:
Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park was a project created in 2006 in an attempt to try and restore the natural ecology of a large, rocky wasteland next to Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur.
The park itself is around 170 acres and you can enter the visitor’s center. Of course, it offers beautiful views of the fort too. Throughout the year there are
lots of beautiful and unique flowers that are common and pop up, so regardless of when you visit, there will be something different on offer.
Visit the Lakes:
If you want a peaceful lake view, then include this spot on your top places to visit in Jodhpur in two days. I’d actually visit after you’ve seen the fort and you’re exploring the blue city because it’s all very close by.
Explore the blue city:
We recommend this for those who really want to immerse themselves in the history of Jodhpur and learn a little more. It’s also a good way to meet other travelers if you’re traveling solo, so pop it on your list of places to visit in Jodhpur in two days.
Shop on the high street:
if you do feel like doing some upmarket shopping then this is the place to do it. The whole area is quite modern and has a European vibe to it.
Visit the clock tower and market:
The clock tower is one of the most popular landmarks in the old city of Jodhpur. Leading from the clock tower is the Sadar market which is perfect if you want to wander and pick up from Indian sweets, spices, textiles and much more.
This is a BEAUTIFUL white marble memorial built in 1899 in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. It’s a clear example of architectural brilliance and beauty in India. If you love architecture as much as I do, then this site should be at the top of the list of places to visit in Jodhpur in two days.
The Jodhpur Stepwell is an urban jump. Apparently, it was constructed in 600 AD but it’s now the not so official swimming pool of Jodhpur.