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Jaisalmer Desert Camp

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Each of these tents is carefully placed for commanding views over the desert wilderness. They are very luxurious - more like mini-marquees with smart polished traditional camping-style teak furniture, rich jute rugs and lovely custom designed block-printed tent linings. Beds are large, can be arranged as single, double or twins, and have electric lamps on side tables that illuminate the tents effectively at night. Large windows have pull up flaps to allow light and fresh desert air through and permanent insect netting to keep out any unwelcome visitors. The attached tiled bathrooms have running hot and cold water, flush toilets and proper wash basins. Providing warmth on cold desert nights is an electric blower in each tent.
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Free Internet
Free Parking
Breakfast included
Dry Cleaning
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Laundry Service
Multilingual Staff
Self-Serve Laundry
Breakfast Available
Airport Transportation
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Jaisalmer Airport40 km
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Unik in India
Best session to travel November and December
Little hot in day time and cold in morning and night
Enjoy jeep safari and Camal safari
People are very humble and sweet
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We were 2 couples we booked the so called 'swiss tent' for ₹3k in which he included jeep safari and camel ride(i bargained the hell out of that guy 😊).
My expectations were zero. Lets start the ratings.

Accommodation: Tents were good but a bit stainy from inside and full of mos
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It was our 1st experience in the desert, we had lot of fun- camel ride, camel race, jeep safari, staying in tent for one night, rajasthani folk songs, dance and food, enjoyed all a lot.
I think u should try this.
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If you donot go to a desert camp you are missing the trip of a lifetime... A longdrive from jaisalmer city to the heart of the desert.. Followed by the sunset camel ride and they also offer you a jeep drive through the dunes for just 1500 ( may vary, but donot miss it) u will ret
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We reached Jaisalmer from Jodhpur via train. A guy from Hotel is waiting for us at the station, he picked us and dropped in the hotel. We took a shower (the hotel was not so clean to stay though), had visited the for which is very near to the hotel. In the afternoon our desert ca
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Is the January suitable for camp in Jaisalmer ? Because the worried point is cold and I want to travel with my family and stay at Camp in January. is it possible ? Please suggest.
Is the January is suitable for camp in Jaisalmer ? Because the worried point is cold. Please suggest.
If I book this camp safari from tripadvisor will it be genuine. And does this include pickup from Jaisalmer city in jeep to the camel safari point??
how to contact owner or manager? mail or phone number pls
yes sir my name is shailendra singh 98287O7O78
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Hi, We are reaching Jaisalmer around 5 AM in the morning on Day 1 and will depart at 5 PM on day 2. Would love to stay in the desert camp. We are a family of 6 people with a 3 years old kid, Is it safe to stay night in the desert. HOw can we plan to stay from 5 AM on previous day to 5 Pm on next day?
One cannot stay a camps in daytime, it is extremely hot and unbearable....the camp entry starts from 3 PM and checkout is 9 AM..... post that you can stay in camp but it will be unbearably hot...I lived there with my 8 month old in a desert camp and did not faced any problem.... but mind it will be very cold at night.... The camps are approximately two hours drive from city....so you can included to and fro time for your stay
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"Its a good budget camp at pleasant location"
"Choose any tent !! The beauty lies in their service !!"
"all well located cottages"
"Bargen.... as much as you can... there are many service provider there..."
"Very uniform over the campus."
US$ 48 - US$ 160 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IndiaRajasthanJaisalmer DistrictJaisalmer
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