See why so many travelers make Desert Camel Safari their guest house of choice when visiting Jaisalmer. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Desert Camel Safari is a guest house offering a seating area in the rooms.
Nearby landmarks such as Mandir Palace (1.0 mi) and Nathmal Ji Ki Haveli (1.2 mi) make Desert Camel Safari a great place to stay when visiting Jaisalmer.
Travelers looking to enjoy some falafel can head to Karma Cafe. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Asian restaurant such as The Trio, The Jaisal Treat, or Restaurant Romany.
Should time allow, Jain Temples is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Desert Camel Safari as you experience all of the things Jaisalmer has to offer.
Super stay, from the moment we arrived we loved every second of our stay, amazing hotel with superb staff, rooms were lovely n clean and breakfast was delicious, would definitely recommend and would certainly stay...
We used the cab to visit the Jaisalmer Fort (a Unesco World Heritage Site), Kuldhara (an abandoned village, with an interesting conspiracy theory behind it), a Camel Safari (see below) and the War Museum.
It's too tiring and boring. It's better to take Jeep Safari and once you reach Thar take Camel Safari it from there. Going all the way to to Thar from camp is not advisable as it's time consuming and tiring.
I don't think it is worth it to spend a whole day/night.the dessert is not very big,just a few dunes,and you walk in a camel for one hour,stay one houre waiting for the sunset,and then another our back,to much time.there is a show,very poor,and too much time,and after that,sleeping in the dessert,but again,not worth it,for watching the sunset.ask for Money first because it is too expensive for tourist,we got cheated by our driver,and costed us everything 300 rupees per person. Ask several places and prices.do not trust anyone