10 Best Desert Safari Tours in Jaipur - 2020 (with 252 Reviews)

If you are planning to visit the magnificent state of Rajasthan in your holidays, you will be delighted to know that you can enjoy an enthralling desert safari in Jaipur. Famous for its unique and colourful villages, communities and hospitable people, this safari will surely hypnotise you with its timeless charm. Mostly conducted on the outskirts of the pink city, you will not regret a moment when you avail the rides offered here to soak in the beauty of the golden sand dunes and the breathtaking sunset panoramas. 

Jaipur desert safari offers you to explore the boundless desert on camelback. You also have the option of witnessing the sprawling desert while staying in the safety of a jeep. Other than these, exploring the desert with experienced guides, gorging on the traditional Rajasthani cuisine right in the desert, or camping under the stars at night with a bonfire are also some great options you can choose from. Check out the ancient temples and witness the dance performances by local artists. There is no better way to explore the culture and tradition of Rajasthan than through a desert safari and its vibrant villages. 

Popular Jaipur Desert Safari Tour Packages

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Desert Safari at Dausa in Rajasthan 1D ₹ 2397 3.0 star View Details
Royal Rajasthan Tour Package from Jaipur 9D/8N ₹ 28500 4.0 star View Details
The Royal Ride through Rajasthan 12D/11N ₹ 69990 4.0 star View Details
Royal Desert Safari in Jaisalmer 3D/2N ₹ 0 4.0 star View Details
Desert Safari Jaisalmer 4D/3N ₹ 0 3.0 star View Details
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Desert Safari at Dausa in Rajasthan
Desert Safari at Dausa in Rajasthan

1D

Dausa

About the Activity:Enjoy your day out starting from Umaid Lake Palace to the deepest points of the villages in Kalakho at Dausa.The mud tracks, the vast fields, mud houses and the local people muster the visitor's eyes toward them.Witness the amazing wildlife like tigers, leopard, striped Hyena, Golden Jackal, Chital, Sambhar, Blue Bull, Chinkara and Four Horned antelope.Visit the Pandupol temple inside the Sariska forest.Enjoy a short coffee and embark in an exciting desert safari and ride through the sand dunes.Make your evening special with by witnessing the wonderful sunset.End your tour with lots of memories.
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INR 2,397

Royal Rajasthan Tour Package from Jaipur
Royal Rajasthan Tour Package from Jaipur

9D/8N

About the Activity: Rajasthan, the land of Rajahs and Maharajas is one of the most colourful states in the country. Be it the glorious history or the opulent lifestyle of its rulers, the state still echoes every bit in a distinct and unique way. With its enticing beauty and charm, it has overcome the hands of revolution and has successfully endured its rich cultural and traditional values till date. On a visit to this elegant state, one can easily witness the immortal bonding between its golden sands and civilization. Adding more to the charm of this colourful state are its elegant forts, palaces, havelis and other statures; the state is the home to some of the most beautiful and largest forts and palaces in the world. About the Departure with Details: Discover the royal grandeur of the Rajput Era, witness their affluent lifestyles and have a glimpse of their royal taste while visiting some of the stunning forts and palaces in this royal Rajasthan tour package from Jaipur. Originating from Jaipur or the 'Pink City', this amazing and royal tour will take you through the heart of the Thar Desert. Venice of the East or Udaipur, the Blue City of Jodhpur, Golden City of Jaisalmer and Bikaner are some of the cities that will be visited during this opulent tour of Rajasthan. While the charm and warmth of Jaipur will embrace all your senses, the romance and timeless aura of Udaipur will definitely make you fall in love with Rajasthan! Be it the tempting beauty of Jodhpur, the golden sand dunes of Jaisalmer or the delicacies of Bikaner City, everything about this tour will fondle your senses for sure! Activities: Fort and Palace Visits, Temple Visits, Camel Ride, Sand Dune Tour Duration: 8N/9D
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The Royal Ride through Rajasthan
The Royal Ride through Rajasthan

12D/11N

Jaipur

Departure DatesEither in evocative ruins or restored to former splendor, Rajasthan is a place on almost everybody’s wish lists. Riot invoking colors, battle scarred forts, breathtaking sand dunes, slightly arrogant pride and honor - the largest state of India houses many royal ruins that take you back to the grandeur of its kingdoms.This motorcycle ride allows you to experience the true essence of Rajasthan. You will be visiting historical forts and palaces, staying on the sand dunes in the desert, experiencing tiger and leopard safaris, riding on dry lake beds, and even a river crossing with your motorcycle on a boat through a crocodile sanctuary! Departure Dates - Dates open in January to Join a Group departure. A tour can also be customized on request for a separate group. About the Destination:Rajasthan is the jewel in India's crown. From fairy-tale palaces and epic forts to colourful festivals and wildlife encounters, this is India at its vibrant best. The famous Golden Triangle is a traveller’s survey of Indian icons with Rajasthan's capital, Jaipur, at one of the apices.The route around Rajasthan introduces you to it's numerous forts and palaces that grab your attention. Massive forts emerge from mountain tops, their battle-scarred ramparts still defying long-dead enemies some of which include Jaisalmer's fairy-tale desert outpost, Amber's honey-hued fort-palace and Jodhpur's imposing Mehrangarh. These towns have a rich and imperial frontier as well as a laidback rural life. All along the bike trip, you will encounter people from different walks of life, each telling a story of their own. Let the ride be your teacher to understand each experience, each place and its people. If you travel in the spring - post monsoons, the weather will be cool enough to ride and cozy enough to get a good night’s sleep. No matter, the challenges, a true rider will battle it all, so come and experience an opportunity and memory to last you a lifetime.About the Departure:Experience the best of this Imperial state as you ride through a varied countryside adorned with palaces, lakes and vast stretches of the Great Indian Desert. As you arrive in Jaipur, the first stop would be to the Nahargarh fort and Amber Fort, each distinct and gorgeous in it’s own way. Proceed on to Bikaner and see the famous Temple of Rats. Ride the scenic country roads of Khudi on your way to Jaisalmer town from where you can visit the Golden temple and enjoy camel and jeep safaris. In Jodhpur, do not miss a visit to the Bullet Baba Temple and the Castle Bera heritage hotel for leopard sightings.With the best in store for you in Rajasthan,take home with you an experience that allows you to discover yourself in a world so different than the one you’ve lived in. Enjoy the strenuous yet picturesque journey along the winding foothills, royal premises and curves that will take you on a tour through the imperial era.There are six different variants available for you to choose:For single rider with shared twin room: Rs. 69,990For single rider with private room: Rs. 96,990 For two persons with twin room (rider and pillion): Rs. 1,19,980For two persons with twin room (2 riders): Rs. 1,39,980SummaryTerrain: mix of asphalt and off-roadBike: rental bikeDaily rides: 225 kilometers / 140 milesMeals: all breakfasts and dinner
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Royal Desert Safari in Jaisalmer
Royal Desert Safari in Jaisalmer

3D/2N

Jaisalmer

Popular as Jewel of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer has historical monuments to keep the tourists in awe. You can see the famed Jaisalmer fort and Nathumal ki haveli. You can see the palaces and you can visit the jain temples. You should not leave without visiting the sand dunes and experience of Desert Safari, which are the major highlight of any Jaisalmer trip. Apart from these places there is a hell lot to do while you are here. This place is well known for its embroidery, mirror work, blankets, finely cut antiques and blankets. If you are looking for embroidered garments in brilliant colours then Jaisalmer has them on offer. From traditional rugs and blankets to shawls and carpet, you can find a good variety here. You can also buy silver jewellery, carpets made from camel hair, silk or cotton. The very famous desert festival in January and February is enlivened with camel races and Mr. Desert Contests. You can loose yourself as you blend with the locals singing and dancing.
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Desert Safari Jaisalmer
Desert Safari Jaisalmer

4D/3N

Jaisalmer

The majestic sand dunes and the towering ancient fort of Jaisalmer puts Jaisalmer in the league of the most sought after destination in India. The Sonar Killa is a dominating historical monument housing Salimji ki Haveli and Nathmal ji ki haveli. The intricate works on the stone in these havelis is attention grabbing. Jaisalmer apart from being famous for its old historical riches also is a good example of traditional lifestyle. The Rajasthani folk dances, dresses, food and costumes are worth looking through. The people here are hospitable and the smile always stays despite of the hardships they suffer every day. In this safari the route that we will take is Route : Jaisalmer - Unda - Bheelo ki Dhani - Koda - Khayala - Megha - Rividi - Sajeet - Bhaiarsar - Sangar - Sumaliyai - Bhalani Jaisalmer
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Desert Safari in Jaisalmer
Desert Safari in Jaisalmer

5D/4N

Jaisalmer

4N/5D : Jaisalmer – Unda – Bheelo ki Dhani – Koda – Khayala – Megha – Rividi – Sajeet – Bhaiarsar – Sangar – Sumaliyai – Bhalani – Lakhamna – Punasar – Jaisalmer  What will you see : Deserts, Villages, Oasis, Campfire, Vegetation Lands, Sand Dunes, What will you do : Jeep Safari, Camel Safari, Desert Meals, Desert Camping, Camel Riding Rajasthan and its desert areas share an eternal bonding with the camels. This tour is designed to make the visitors familiar with this bond along with taking them to some of the remote villages around Jaisalmer. Most of this tour will comprise camping in the desert and Camel Safaris. While camping in the desert, the visitors will feel the flamboyance of the golden sands of Thar Desert and will also get acquainted with life across the desert.
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Royal Desert Safari Jaisalmer
Royal Desert Safari Jaisalmer

2D/1N

Jaisalmer

Located close to India-Pakistan border, Jaisalmer is well known city situated in Thar Desert. Although Jaisalmer city is not equipped with first class facilities, its diverse geographical features perplex onlookers. Covering 126.28 square kilometers, Jaisalmer population comprise of either Muslims or Hindus. Three main languages used here include Hindi, Marwari and mainly English. The presence of many historical monuments qualifies Jaisalmer to be a great tourist destination. Ranging from jain temples to havelis, sand stones to great cultural museums clearly exhibit splendor of great kings who in the past ruled the city. The mightier fort stands in the city testifies many battles won. For those looking at Jaisalmler from far, it displays out great picture of Arabian nights.Additionally, stones scattered on muddy terrain give observers amazing picture.The golden city is equipped with both yellow sand stones and sand giving a great capture. The greatest Jaisalmer tourist attraction attracting many tourists is the Desert safari.
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Royal Camel Safari Jaisalmer
Royal Camel Safari Jaisalmer

4D/3N

Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer Desert Safari radiates an unusual charisma. The vast deserts, the galloping rides on the camel humps, the folks dances on the sand dunes and the sounds of mandolin resonating in the open spaces are lifetime experiences. The Thar Desert is mystifying and exploring it through a Camel Safari will be a fulfilling experience. Thar Desert also sees every year the celebration of Desert festivals where camels race and Tourist applaud. The winters in Jaisalmer are rewarding and tourists come here then to get the real taste of Rajasthani culture. There is a lot to discover in this land of rich culture.    
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  1. What are the essential things to carry while going for desert safari in Jaipur?

    Here are some things you should always carry before beginning your epic safari adventure:

    - A hat or a wrap to protect your head from the scorching heat.
    - Sunglasses to protect your eyes from UV radiation.
    - If you are visiting during the monsoon months, make sure you have a waterproof bag for your camera and valuable items.
    - Insect repellent cream.
    - Torch or flashlights.
    - Hand sanitizer.
    - Some cash for emergency expenses.
    - Water bottles.
    - Jackets for cool mornings and nights.
    - Lip balm and moisturizer, because your skin can get quite dry in the heat.

  2. Can I have a meal before doing a desert safari?

    Yes, there is no restriction on meals before the safari. However, most tour companies do offer lunch or dinner with their safari package. So, make sure you are not super full – so that you can dine on delicious Rajasthani cuisine after the safari adventure.

  3. How to reach Jaipur?

    By Air: Jaipur Airport is just 7 km from the main city, and it is connected to all the major cities in the country. Domestic flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai etc. are conducted daily. Once you get off the plane, you can take a taxi to the main city. You can also take the public bus services for this leg of the journey.

    By Road: The Pink City is connected to the rest of the country via National Highway 8, 11 and 12. It also has a good bus service with Rajasthan State Transport buses leaving to and from Delhi every half an hour. In Delhi, you can take a bus to Jaipur from Bikaner House on Pandara Road, next to India Gate. You can also take a private bus from Dhaula Kuan in Delhi. The city is also connected to Mumbai via Ajmer, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, and Agra via bus.

    By Train: Jaipur has three main train junctions – the main station, Gandhinagar and Durgapara. You can take a train from any major Indian city to the main Jaipur railway station, after which a taxi or rickshaw is your best option to reach the main city.

  4. What is the best time to visit Jaipur?

    Desert Safari in Jaipur is best conducted during winters, that is from October to March. This is because the weather is most pleasant at this time and you can easily go for sightseeing.

    During summers, that is, from April to June, the temperature rises to 44-45 degrees and there is a good chance you might get heat stroke if you stay out during this time.

    Monsoons in Jaipur last from July to September and the city receives medium to low rainfall. You can visit Jaipur during this time, but it’s not as pleasant as it is in winters.

  5. What precautions should be taken care of before going to desert safari?

    Make sure you take these tips before going on a desert safari:

    Choose a safari that is trustworthy and reliable – it is worth investing a couple of hours researching for the best travel agencies that will ensure your safari experience is top-notch. 

    Avoid touts – when in Jaipur, there will be many touts that will try to sell you a safari adventure for cheap prices. It’s not worth it to compromise your safety for a couple of bucks. It is best to visit a tour company office and check things out for yourself.

    Adjust your expectations - Don’t expect sand dunes as far as the eye can see. There are many villages and grasslands you will pass through. Don’t be disappointed because of unrealistic expectations.

    Let your cooks know your food preferences – if you have any food allergies, or prefer vegetarian food, let them know beforehand.

    Packs well – this is a no-brainer. Make sure you have an emergency medical kit and all the essential items mentioned above.

  6. Can small kids do desert safari as well?

    Yes, kids can participate in the desert safari in Jaipur. In fact, there are many activities that may be enjoyable for small children. Puppet shows that tell amazing stories are held in many villages near Jaipur, and some safari tours also cover animal sanctuaries where kids can connect with wild animals.

  7. Is it worth visiting Jaipur for desert safari?

    Desert Safari in Jaipur is an unmissable activity that will allow you to witness the beauty of the golden sand dunes of Rajasthan in all their glorious splendour. Exploring the majestic Pink City will leave you mesmerized with its sheer natural beauty.

    Soaking in the magnificence of Jal Mahal at Lake Fort, exploring Madhogarh Village on a camel’s back, and strolling through the mango groves will leave you spellbound. You will also get to meet the villagers and learn about their colourful life. So yes, it is totally worth exploring this vibrant city on a desert safari!

  8. What are the best places to do Desert Safari near Jaipur?

    Here are the best places to enjoy desert safari in Jaipur:

    Pachkodiya Village – Witness the vibrant life of the villagers and visit the Sambhar Lake – the greatest saltwater lake in India. Soak in the milky white, lustrous view of the lake water and enjoy the green verdure around it.

    Fatehgarh – Enjoy the calming folk music by the local villagers and dig into the delicious Rajasthani dishes. Indulge in a ride on the camel around the village and take stunning photos of the mesmerizing beauty all around you. You can also participate in fun activities like turban tying and getting a henna tattoo while enjoying live music.

    Dera Amer- Located just outside Jaipur, the lovely green space is ideal for engaging with magnificent elephants and enjoying the serene natural beauty all around.

  9. Is it safe to do desert safari in Jaipur?

    Yes, it is completely safe to enjoy a desert safari in the Pink City. Your safari will be conducted by a team of highly experienced staff members who have been working in this field for years. With management that takes care of your comfort and safety with utmost priority, you can rest assured that the entire experience will be smooth and secure.

  10. Which vehicles are used for Desert Safari?

    Cross-Country Volvos – these vehicles have a powerful engine that can withstand the desert sand wonderfully. 

    Wrangler Jeeps – this extremely capable vehicle can handle the worst of Jaipur deserts. This car can take sharp twists and turns with extreme ease and offers excellent manoeuvrability to the driver. 

    Toyota Land Cruiser – most desert safaris tend to prefer Toyota because of its ability to handle sandy terrain like no other.