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Duration : 03 Night / 03 Days

Destinations Covered : Pushkar - Jaisalmer

Description : Two cities, located in the heart of Thar Desert, are the destinations for heritage and pilgrims. Pushkar, also known as Choti Kashi (Little Kashi) is a holy city near Ajmer, which is globally known for being the only place in the world where the temple of Lord Brahma is located. Other one is Jaisalmer, which is the third largest district in India by its area. Both the destinations have bestowed with innumerable attractions. The Pushkar and Jaisalmer trip covers these two cities in 3 days and 3 nights.

Day 1: Pushkar

Reach the holy city of Pushkar early in the morning, and reach directly to the Pushkar Lake. It is the same lake where the temple of Lord Brahma is located. The lake looks stunning inside-out, and is a perfect place for pilgrims.

Nearby the lake is a large ground where Pushkar Fair is held from 11th Kartik (October-November). The fair is also known as Pushkar Camel Fair, and is the largest camel fair in the entire world.

During the fair, more than 50,000 camels from across the state gather in colourful attire and embellishments. Merchants sell their camels, starting from a mere amount of 14,000 to as massive as 200,000. Also, a camel race is organised in which dozens of camels run for victory, and winner are awarded with great rewards.

Along with this, there are many attractions to see in this fair. Stalls offering mouth-watering fast food, hot balloon safari and cultural programs are worth watching.

After a vivid sightseeing, return to your hotel and rest for the night.

Day 2 : Jaisalmer

Early in the morning, depart for Jaisalmer. The 447 km distance will be covered in almost six- and-a-half hours. After reaching Jaisalmer, check-in your hotel and take rest for some time. Evening, visit some nearby attractions like Jaisalmer Fort, Bada Bagh, Salim Singh Ki Haveli (Largest mansion in the world), The Thar Heritage Museum, Khaba Fort, Gadsisar Lake, Surya Gate, Vyas Chhatri and Patwon Ki Haveli. Return to your hotel and rest for the night.

Day 3: Jaisalmer

Next day, head towards the Thar Desert. The largest desert of India and 17th world is something more than just a ground with sand. The desert actually speaks to colours of Rajasthan, and the folklore which we are used to listen to.

Some 28km from Jaisalmer is Sam Sand Dunes, the sand dunes which you see in movies. Ride on the back of a camel and start calculating their area. The village also organizes various cultural programs in evening, such as folk songs, dances and many more.

After spending your night in a resort or hotel, check out from the hotel in morning and head towards your journey ahead.

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