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Inside Fort, Vyasa Para,
Your heart will miss a beat at the enthralling sight of the imposing Jaisalmer Fort, whose stones seems to have risen out of the golden Thar Desert’s sands. Inside it’s a whole world with people, shops and kids playing around. Deep Mahal is within those walls, offering its guests the most romantic and comfortable setting in the desert town of Jaisalmer.
Deep Mahal, the best desert safari operator in Jaisalmer, welcomes you to the Golden City of India. We offer exotic Camel Safaris and Jeep Tours. We are organizing a safari every day of all kinds: Safari Walking and riding a camel safari and camping safari and Safari with 4x4 Cars. You meet the villagers in their traditional costumes and houses and move through the isolated dunes of the Thar Desert to sleep under the stars. We can provide you with an authentic village-life experience. All of our guides are from Rajasthan, and most are village natives or indigenous people. They have a great knowledge of local and regional history and are great storytellers. We will show you the best of Jaisalmer desert, and we are very flexible and can modify our tours according to the group's needs. We provide delicious Rajasthan rustic food. No other travel agency provides this kind of food on camel safaris. You will have the chance to see how they cook their food, how they grow crops, what kind of animals they keep, how they build mud houses, and even learn about their marriage ceremonies. We are located inside Jaisalmer Fort near the Jain Temples and the city palace
Deep Mahal is a small family run hotel carved in the glowing local golden sandstone, sharing a wall with thousand year old Jain temples, but with all the comforts of your own home.
Spacious rooms, modern airy bathrooms, excellent restaurant with a wide variety of menu choices, two rooftop terraces for your relaxation and an attentive staff.
Relax in our rooms with double bed soft mattresses, TV, attached bathroom with running hot and cold water and delicate details of furniture and fabrics.
Chill out in our glorious roof terrace restaurant, with a spectacular view of the neighboring Jain temple and enjoy the best Indian and continental dishes.
How to get to Jaisalmer:
Jaisalmer's railway station is 2km east of the city. Jaisalmer is connected by rail with Jodhpur, on meter gauge which in turn is connected with major cities and towns in India on broad gauge. Train journey around takes 10hrs. approximately.
Jaisalmer is well connected by a good road network to Jodhpur, Bikaner via Pokhran, and Barmer via Devikot with luxury AC and economical local state buses. One can book on these deluxe buses through travel agencies in the city. Even the cabs can be hired to move within or around Jaisalmer. Most of these places are connected to Jaisalmer by National Highway No 15.