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Jodhpur to Jaisalmer Taxi

From Jodhpur to Jaisalmer it is around 292km which takes 4hr 30mins by road. You can travel to Jaisalmer from anywhere it is fully connected with all roads and highways. This place is popular for its forts, lakes, and beautiful museums. The area around the Jaisalmer is concealed with vast and beautiful deserts. To reach Jaisalmer, you can book a cab from Get Cab India service, from anywhere in Rajasthan.

Jodhpur to Jaisalmer One Way Cab Charges:

Swift Dzire Sedan:- 4500 Rs (All-Inclusive)

Toyota Innova SUV:- 6500 Rs ( All-Inclusive)




If looking for Round trip then Outstation Charges Per Km would be charged:-

  • Toyota Crysta:-  15/Km
  • Toyota Innova:-  12/Km
  • Toyota Etios Sedan:-  9/Km
  • Swift Dzire:- 9/Km
    (Parking, Toll Tax & Driver Allowance 300 Per Day Extra)


Jaisalmer city is in the western Indian state of Rajasthan, and it is present in the middle of the“THAR DESERT” which  is in ‘THE HEART OF THE THAR DESERT.’ It is also known as “GOLDEN CITY” it is identified by its yellow sandstone architectures and is crowned by ancient Jaisalmer fort. Jaisalmer fort contains a magnificent palace and well architectured ancient temples. It is a must-visit place for Jains and history lovers.


Rajasthan’s most populated region is Jaisalmer, which is popularly known as the golden city and it is the third-largest district by territorial area in India. Some of the Jaisalmer areas is nestled toward the south and southwest by the Pakistani border. Jaisalmer is named after Rawal Jaisal, a bhakti ruler who founded the city in 1156AD.  Jaisalmer means the Hill Fort of Jaisal, and sometimes it is also called as the“Golden City of India” because of yellow sandstone used throughout the architecture of both fort and the town below.


To reach Jaisalmer, there are many options, but the flight is not one of them. There are 3 options from Jodhpur to Jaisalmer.

  • By Train 
    1)Corbet Park link (25014) 

    2) Ranikhet Exp link (15014) 

    3) Ju Jsm Express link (14810) 

    4) BDSM Express link (22931) 

    It will take 5.5 hrs to reach Jaisalmer form train. 

  • By Bus

    Bus, will take 4.5hrs to reach Jaisalmer. From morning 5:00 to evening 11:00, there are government and private buses available with nearly 60 mins of frequency. You can book your bus from RSRTC but buses are not of the luxury category.

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  • By Road 

    If you want your journey with the more enjoyable then you can travel by road, Now by Road, you can drive your own car or book a self-drive car or you can just book Jodhpur to Jaisalmer taxi from Get Cab India service which offers cab service in jodhpur especially for tourists according to their requirements with affordable prices.




    Amongst all the places in Jaisalmer, Jaisalmer fort is the most massive fort to see. It is, in fact, one of the largest forts around the world. Located on the beautiful Tirukuta hill, this fort was built by Rao Jaisal who was one of the mightiest rulers of his time in Jaisalmer. This fort is also known as ‘Sonar Quila’ or ‘Golden Fort’ because of its location at golden stretches of the desert. Over the past few centuries, this fort has witnessed many great battles and has successfully endured its pride and glory of being one of the magnificent forts in Rajasthan. In addition to the beauty of fort, it is also bejewelled with many astounding monuments within its premises like Raajmahal, Laxmi Nath shrine, the merchant havelis, and the beautiful ornate Jain temples. 

    Timings: 7 am to 6 pm

    Location:  It is located, Near Gopa Chowk, Khejer Para, Manak Chowk, Amar Sagar Pol, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001

    Price:  Rs 50 per person (Indians) and

                  Rs 250 per person (Foreigner

                   Rs 50 for camera photographs

                    And for videos camera fee Rs 100.

    Visit Plan:- You can plan a full day Jaisalmer Local Sightseeing Package from Get Cab India and visit all the places in Jaisalmer or If travelling from Jodhpur then you can book a Jodhpur to Jaisalmer Taxi from Get Cab India and make your trip a memorable one.


    Sam dunes are indeed one of the most authentic desert dunes sites in whole India and truly deserves to be in your To-do list of Jaisalmer. Here you can see 40-60m tall dunes and many travellers enjoy a desert safari on camels or Jeeps. The best time to reach Sam dunes is around 4-7pm around evening to enjoy the desert sunset view. Moreover, the best time to visit sam or even Jaisalmer is from October to march as, during the remaining months, all the camps are closed.

    Timings:  Open at all times (Everyday)

    Location:  Near Sam Toll Barrier, Right Side of Sam Road, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.

    Price:  Entrance is free for all


    Maharwalgadsi Singh, then the Maharaja of Jaisalmer constructed this lake in 1400 AD. Located on the outskirts of Jaisalmer, it is an idyllic place to seek the peace of mind, away from the bustling and chaotic city life. Filled with several temples and shrines, the lake also serves as an ideal place for the birdwatchers as there are many beautiful species of birds present and thus it also attracts the wildlife photographers. The Gadsisar lake has become one of the best picnic spots of Jaisalmer.

    Timings: 8 am to 7 pm

    Location:  Postal Colony, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001 

    Price:  Entrance is free for all but rides

     Rs100 for Pedal Boat (2-Seater)

     Rs200 for Pedal Boat (4-Seater)

     Rs300 for Row Boat (6-Seater)


    An architectural marvel present in the streets of the city and marked by intricate carving and murals are what Patwonki Haveli is. Built in the 19th century, it is a combination of 5 different havelis in one single premise. It consists of a museum having very rare artifacts, furniture works, mirror works, etc. It houses the office of the Archaeological Survey of India today, managed by the government as a whole.

    Timings:  9 AM to 5 PM Everyday 

    Location:  No. 3129, Near Chura Para, Rajasthan 345001 

    Price:  Rs 20 for Indians Rs 100 for foreigners and camera 50Rs


    For Indians, this border gives a feeling of proud nationalism and patriotism, whereas others know the history between the two countries well. Now this zone has the Border Pillar No. 609 which is situated in the No Man’s Land near the Line of Control on the Indo-Pak Border. 

    Timings:  9 AM to 6 PM.

    Location:  ’350 KM from Jaisalmer 

    Price:  Entry is Free


    Salim Singh-Ki haveli is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Jaisalmer. Salim Singh-Ki Haveli is built on an older structure. It was the residence of the Mehta family, one of the most influential families in Jaisalmer during the early 18th century. Salim Singh, the then Prime Minister of Jaisalmer, accounted for the building of this haveli. This haveli has a unique architectural identity, the haveli’s roof is based on the peacock’s physical form, and it lies within the vicinity of the Jaisalmer fort. In the background, you can see high hills overlooking the mansion.

    Timings:  8 AM to 6 PM.

    Location:  Amar Sagar Pol, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001

    Price:  Rs 10 per person for Indians 

                 Rs15 per person for foreign tourists

                 Rs 50 per still camera

                 Rs 100 per video recorder


    This haveli was constructed in the late 19th century and has an extraordinary architect, dripping with carvings. The 1st floor of the haveli has some beautiful paintings that are made using 1.5kg of gold leaf. The left and right wings were the work of two brothers-Hathi and Lulu. The competitive spirit in them produced this virtuoso work. If you carefully observe, the two sides are similar, however not identical.

    Timings:  8 AM to 6 PM.

    Location:  Sadar Bazar, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001

    Price:  Entry is Free


    Vyas Chhatri is an air array of brilliant sandstone chhatris and is located on an old Brahmin graveyard on an ascent on the northwestern edge of town. Vyas chhatri is well known for its sunset point from you can have the sight of the fort. You can enter in Vyas Chhatri from Ramgarh Rd, which lies just opposite to the Himmatgarh Palace Hotel. 

    Timings:  8 AM to 7:00 PM.

    Location: Dr. K. L. Achalvanshi Colony, Bada Bagh, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India

    Price:  Rs 100 per person

                 Rs 100 for camera


    Surya Gate is one of the doors of the antiquated Jaisalmer Fort situated in The Thar Desert. This twelfth century AD fort is in yellow sandstone and also called as ‘Brilliant Fort,’ remains on top of Trikuta Hill. Visitors need to go through four progressive doors, Akhai Gate, Surya Gate, Ganesh Gate, and Hawa Gate to reach the castles. Surya Gate, the second one is a slender door with stone carvings. The entryways are not in a straight line.

    Timings:  9 AM to 5 PM.

    Location: Golden fort, Fort Road, Manak Chowk, Amar Sagar Pol, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001

    Price:  Rs 30 per person for Indians 

                 Rs 250 per person for foreign tourists with an audio guide and including one still camera.

                 Rs 50 per still camera

                 Rs 100 per videorecorder


    This private Thar Heritage Museum has an exciting variety of Jaisalmer antiquities, from turbans, musical instruments, fossils and kitchen hardware to shows on birth, marriage, demise and opium traditions. It has brought alive by the guided visit you’ll get from its organizer, neighbourhood student of history and folklorist LN Khatri. It is delighted in the snakes and stepping stools amusement that goes about as an instructing manual for Hinduism’s profound adventure. On the off chance that the entryway is bolted, you’ll discover Mr. Khatri at his shop, Desert Handicrafts Emporium, adjacent on Court Rd.

    Timings:  9 AM to 5 PM.

    Location: Near, Main road, Artist Colony, Malka Pol, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001

    Price: Rs 100 per person


    Mandir Palace is a dazzlingly cut compositional wonder of fancy galleries, coverings and carefully cut screens that speak to a significant purpose of Neighborhood craftsmanship in its most beautiful and purest structure. Location: ’The Mandir Palace is located on Sadar Bazar in Jaisalmer.

    Timings:  8 AM to 12 PM.

    Location: Gandhi Chowk Rd, Sadar Bazar, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001

    Price: For Indians No Entry Fee

    Rs 10 For Foreigners

    Rs 50 For Still Camera

    Rs 100 For Camcorder


    This museum and culture center is the place to visit to know more about the culture of Jaisalmer and its rich heritage. On display in the Desert Culture Centre and Museum are artifacts relating to the ancient customs of Jaisalmer. Abundant With objects and items of cultural interest, the museum also displays rare coins; some of the coins date back to the medieval period. The museum displays unique Rajasthani textiles, utensils, and weapons.’ Karal’, an opium mixing box is one of the most popular attractions among the tourists.

    Timings:  10 AM to 6 PM.

    Location: Gadisar Rd, Amar Sagar Pol, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India

    Price:    Rs 50 per person

        Rs 50 per person for Puppet Show

        Rs 20 for Camera Fee

        Rs 50 for Video Camera Fee


    Jaisalmer is known to be a desert city; the rulers made attempts to add some greenery to its landscape. The Bada Bagh was one such endeavour that stood the test of time and is now a sprawling garden. Located six kilometres from Jaisalmer, this garden complex is home to the royal tombs and is among the favourite places to visit in Jaisalmer.

    Timings:  8 AM to 6 PM.

    Location: Ramgarh Road, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 305001, India

    Price:   Rs 20 – 50 per person for Indians

                Rs 50 – 100 per person for foreign tourists

                Rs 20 – 100 per still camera

                Rs 50 – 150 per camcorder


    Located in western Rajasthan, this temple is located nearby to the site of war that elapsed between India and Pakistan in 1971. It is believed that this area was peppered with bombs, but none of them hit the temple. The Tanot Mata temple is located in a famous tourist location. This temple has also been featured in movies and several documentaries. Visiting this temple is also an opportunity to visit the Thar Desert. During modern times, numerous wind-based renewable energy projects can be found in this region.

    Timings:  6 AM to 8 PM.

    Location: Tanot Rd, Tanot, Rajasthan 345022

    Price:   Entry is Free


    Enclosed in the Golden Fort (Sonar Quila) of Jaisalmer, the Dussehra Chowk sprawls as a large courtyard that is shrouded with tales of ceremonies and celebration of the festival of Dussehra during the reign of Rajput in Jaisalmer. The edifices and edges of the marvelous Royal fort can witness from all the angles from the Dussehra Chowk. Hawa Pol, Akshya Pol, Ganesh Pol, and Suraj Polis the four getaways to enter the fort, and one can reach the Dussehra Chowk by Hawa Pol (the last of the four getaways). There is a marble throne which is said to be the place where the King would sit and watch the proceedings in the complex LocationGolden Fort.

    Timings:  9 AM to 6 PM.

    Location: Near Golden Fort, Jaisalmer, India

    Price     Rs 20 for Indians

        Rs 70 for Foreigners


    Also known as Nalagarh. This landmark is the head post of The Chief of Mighty Champawats (the family of Rathores) has to its past distinguished title appended the prestigious honour “Pradhan” (Premier Noble) to perceive each Thakur of Pokaran as of the leading honour in The Darbar (the court) of the state MarwarJodhpur. Location:’ It is located in the Pokhran city, in the district of Jaisalmer.

    Timings:  9 AM to 5 PM.

    Location: Pokaran, Dist-Jaisalmer, Pokhran, Rajasthan 345021

    Price: Rs 50 per person


    Located within the vicinity of the Kuldhara village, the Khaba Fort is an abandoned structure that is yet another eerie place in Jaisalmer. This fort holds excellent potential for photography enthusiasts and is one of the best places to visit in Jaisalmer to click amazing snapshots. There is also a museum here that houses rare artifacts dating back to several centuries. Now this place and the surrounding regions are rarely visited by the locals who believe that this place is a cursed one.

    Timings:  8 AM to 6 PM.

    Location: Dedha, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India

    Price:     Rs 10 per person


    Amar Sagar Lake is situated at a distance of 7 km towards the western outskirts of Jaisalmer. It is a lake cum oasis, which lies adjacent to the Amar Singh Palace. This palace was constructed during the 17th century by MaharawalAkhai Singh in honor of his predecessor Amar Singh. There are pavilions with stairs near the castle that lead down towards the Amar Sagar Lake. Location:’ Situated close to the Jaisalmer Fort, tourists can take taxis or shared auto rickshaws from the fort to reach this lake and palace.

    Timings:  9 AM to 5 PM.

    Location: Amar Sagar, Lodurva, Rajasthan 345001, Jaisalmer, India

    Price:     Entry is Free, but you have to pay 100 Rs for paddle-boating.


    A visit to the Desert National Park will give a better understanding of how the plants and animals have survived the aridness of the Thar Desert. Displaying the unique range and collection of different species of flora and fauna, this museum attracts the nature enthusiasts and the botanists to a large extent. The animals you can see here are the wolf, chinkara, blackbuck, and desert cat. A considerable number of sand-grouses can also be seen near the water holes. During the mornings, you can witness the abundant activity of early birds such as the grey partridge for instance.

    Timings:  9 AM to 5 PM.

    Location: Near Sam Sand Dunes, Jaisalmer 345001, India

    Price:    Entry fee: INR 100 per person,

    Jeep Safari (excludes jeep cost):

    Indian: INR 50 per person,

    Foreigner: INR 300 per person


    The Akal Wood Fossil Park is a kind of destination that is loved by all. People of all ages usually like to go and explore the prehistoric era here. Once you reach the park, you will notice the area is covered with large fossilized tree trunks of various sizes and seashells. The largest of which is about 13 meters long and 1.5 Meters wide. There are around 25 numb trees, and some of the oldest fossils are about 200 years old. Since the climate here is hot and humid, it helps in preserving these fossils.

    Timings:  9 AM to 6 PM.

    Location: Barmer road, about 17 km away from the main town of Jaisalmer.

    Price:    Rs 5 for Indian,

    Rs 20 for Foreigner 

    Indian: INR 50 per person,

    Foreigner: INR 300 per person

    Rs 10 for Parking


    It has a five storied building in the Main Chowk of Jaisalmer Fort what is recognized as the Maharaja’s Palace. The palace has meticulously carved stone balconies and window arches as some of the alluring features. Its official name was “the palace” is Jaisalmer Fort Palace Museum & Heritage Centre, but the locals and tour guides commonly refer to it as “the palace” as it is easy to spit out. Location: ’Main Chowk, Jaisalmer Fort. 

    Timings:  9 AM to 6 PM from (November to March),8 am to 6 pm (April to October)

    Location: Inside Jaisalmer Fort, Khejer Para, Manak Chowk, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India

    Price:    100 per person

Stop worrying anymore if you do not have your own convenience. Get Cab India offers you with the Jodhpur Taxi service which is the most convenient mode of transport for you to explore the nearby places of Jodhpur.

If you are planning to move Jaipur after your Jaisalmer trip then you can also plan to book Jaisalmer to Jaipur Taxi from Get Cab India.

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