Located in northern India known for its rich culture, history, and stunning architecture. Jaisalmer, the “Golden City,” is popular for its fort and traditional houses and visitors can experience desert culture by staying in desert camps and taking camel safaris.


Jodhpur, also known as the “Blue City,” is another popular destination. The city is famous for its blue-painted houses and the grand Mehrangarh Fort, which offers stunning views of the city. Visitors can also explore the vibrant markets and bazaars, sample delicious Rajasthani cuisine, and witness traditional folk performances.

Rajasthan offers a variety of experiences including visiting historic forts and palaces, and immersing in desert culture and natural beauty. Jaisalmer, desert camp and Jodhpur are must visit places for tourists who want to experience the best of Rajasthan.


The history of Rajasthan dates back to the ancient times, with the Indus Valley Civilization having a presence in the region around 2500 BCE. The Rajputs, a warrior clan of Hindu origin, rose to power in the 8th century and established a number of small kingdoms in the region. These kingdoms fought amongst themselves as well as against the Islamic Delhi Sultanate and the Mughal Empire, who controlled large parts of India at the time.

During the 16th and 17th centuries, the Rajputs formed alliances with the Mughals and several Rajput princes held high positions in the Mughal court. However, Rajput resistance to Mughal rule continued and by the 18th century, the Rajput kingdoms had gained autonomy.

In the 19th century, British controlled Rajaputana and it became the present state of Rajasthan after Indian independence in 1947 – now known for its rich cultural heritage including forts, palaces, temples and traditional art and architecture.




Depart by flight to New Delhi.  You will be met on arrival at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi.  Proceed to hotel for check-in. Overnight in New Delhi.

Overnight in New Delhi.

Transfer to the airport to board your flight to Jaisalmer. On arrival, transfer to hotel for check-in. In the evening visit Jaisalmer Fort, Patwon Ki Haveli and Gadsisar Lake.

Overnight in Jaisalmer.

After breakfast, drive to the desert camp (about 3 ½ hours). In the evening, go on a Sunset Camel Ride. After this enjoy a Bonfire with local dance followed by dinner. Overnight at your luxury camp   Overnight at desert camp.

Early morning proceed on Sunrise Jeep Safari. Breakfast at camp and check-out . Drive to Jodhpur (2 ½ hours). Visit Mehrangarh Fort, drive past Jaswant Thada cenotaphs and visit The Clock Tower Market and Blue City area.  

Overnight in Jodhpur.

Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out and proceed to the airport to board your flight to Delhi. Upon arrival, transfer to hotel. The rest of the day is free.

Overnight in Delhi.

Overnight in Prayagraj.

Breakfast at the hotel. Day is free for shopping or own activities. Later, drop-off at the airport for your flight back to Kuala Lumpur.

    • All transfers, tours & intercity drives as per itinerary by A/C vehicle with driver
    • 4 nights’ stay on Double/Twin sharing basis.
    • 1 nights’ stay in Luxury Desert Camp.
    • Camel and Jeep Safari.
    • Meals as specified above (5 breakfasts and 1 dinner)
    • English Speaking Guide services at Jaisalmer and Jodhpur for city tours.
    • Entry/admission fees at the places of visits as per program.

Any airfares (International or Domestic), airport taxes, meals other than specified, visa fees, entry fees, camera fees, guide services, Covid tests, travel Insurance, excess baggage charges, medical insurance, laundry charges, telephone charges, personal expenses, mineral water/drinks, tips to drivers/ guides/porters/houseboat boys etc. and any other items NOT specified under ‘Tour Cost Includes’.