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Kuldhara Abandoned Village

Kuldhara | On the road to Sam Sand Dunes and the Thar Desert, Jaisalmer 345001, India
+91 74052 62675
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3-Day Private Tour of Jaisalmer including Desert Camp Experience
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  • Average25%
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“eerie feeling” (13 reviews)
“single night” (9 reviews)
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Kuldhara | On the road to Sam Sand Dunes and the Thar Desert, Jaisalmer 345001, India
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+91 74052 62675
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I liked the place is really peaceful. It is an abandoned place or u can say haunted village. You gonna love it when with friends at night. It's amazing fun.

Thank abhishekmarriott
Reviewed 1 week ago

If somebody is visiting Jaisalmer, this is a must visit on the way to the desert. The history of the abandoned village dates back to centuries with amy stories told and untold which reverberates into the ruins and flows by the winds of time...

Thank DrGanguly
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very nice... though it's not a must visit place..but still good..we have visited in the dawn time ...they close by 6pm..while returning from SAM one can visit that place

Thank SHAYANTANI D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice place with abdonad houses and temple. You feel the history. Must visit place in jaisalmer on the way to sam dunes

Thank Aseem R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The deserted village looked very calm and peaceful but it has a terrible history to it. We imagined how it would look at night!

Thank Ishan V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

True to Indian tales of adding melodrama - Kuldhara is a saga of villagers uniting against the king Salem Singh - they vacated the villages overnight coz they were against marrying off their Brahmin community girl to the Kshatriya King .. what is left now...More

Thank NehaDinesh
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Not much is left but it's interesting to listen to the story while imagining what it was like those days. Might be ghostly, might not be. Some ruins and temples can be of a great sight.

Thank psychedelicangel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Nobody stays in this village abondoned by the villagers .... Government is trying to restore this place ..Max time to spend is 10 Mins

Thank Saugata1972
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It was part of our desert safari, so we went there, it is an abandoned village, nothing much to see here.

1  Thank Himanil B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This place is absolutely ruined. There ia nothing to really see. Its an abandoned village. Only one house and a temple os partially left. There are many beggers who will keep bothering you. There is no ticket.

1  Thank Pooja B
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Simi23
28 December 2016|
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Response from Sandeep B | Reviewed this property |
As others confirmed that there is an entry fee to Visit it. We t would not cost you more time as it is almost on your way to Sand Dunes. Just 4 to 5 kms off the main highway so you can spare approx 30 to 40 mins off your... More
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dkhimasia
12 October 2015|
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Response from Baudhayan | Reviewed this property |
The village is between Sam dunes and Jaisalmer city. I would recommend you to visit this village while on your way back from Sam. I would recommend you to carry food or travel back to Jaisalmer for any kind of refreshments
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