Jaisalmer Popular Places For Tourists
  • Jaisalmer, the Golden city
  • Jaisalmer is the city of grand forts, palaces, and Thar Desert.
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Jaisalmer Popular Places For Tourists

Jaisalmer, the Golden city

Jaisalmer is the city of grand forts, palaces, and Thar Desert. The town is filled with historical marvels, jewels, and bespoke Tales. There are numerous things to explore in this city. From the grandeur of Jaisalmer Fort to vivid shopping alleys, huge havelis, and much more. You can also taste some adventure tourism here through camel safari and jeep tours.

  1. Many sightseeing.
  2. Enjoy desert festivals.
  3. Camp in Majestic Thar desert.
  4. Major tourist destination.

Jaisalmer fort,  Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer Fort is the central point of Jaisalmer. It is a huge fortress, a grand Rajasthani architecture. It is made up of sandstone in the Thar desert. Also, it is s UNESCO heritage site. It is the fort, which accommodates 5000 families inside the premises. There are multiple entry gates and also you must visit Laxminath temple, Maharwal Palace, fort museum, etc. The timings are from sunrise till 8 pm. The best time to visit is from November to March.

  1. Explore the fort during the morning time.
  2. Shop souvenirs.
  3. Visit prominent locations inside the fort.
  4. It will take 3 to 4 hours to explore all.

Patwon Ki Haveli, Jaisalmer

One of the must-visit places to visit is in Jaisalmer. It is a magnificent cluster of 5 havelis accommodated in one place. You will be blown away by the intricately detailed works of windows, balconies, and doors. You must explore the huge mansion area, airy courtyards, and designer balconies. It is one of the most remarkable structures and you will find rare gems of Patwa Family. Entry is free.

  1. November to March is the best time to visit.
  2. It will take 2 hours maximum to explore.
  3. Admire exquisite mirror works.
  4. Witness the Best artworks.

Gadisar Lake, Jaisalmer

Another must-visit spot on the outskirts of the city. It is a perfect spot for watching the sun go up. It is a very peaceful and serene place. We especially, suggest visiting in the early morning hours. You can indulge yourself in some photoshoot sessions or boating. Especially, during the winter months you will witness the rare migratory birds. Interestingly, it was a major water source in the 14th century. You must plan a traditional photoshoot here. Entry is free.

  1. Tranquility amidst the chaos.
  2. The best time is from November to March.
  3. 1 - 2 hours will be enough.
  4. Visit in the early morning hours.

Jain Temples, Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer does have a lot of religious significance. Also, a lot of archaeological importance. You must visit the series of seven interconnected Jain temples. It is just marvelous. All the temples here have very precise and intricate carvings of animal and human figures. You must also visit here if you're interested in rare manuscripts and history. Entry is free.

  1. Dilwara architecture style.
  2. A very important religious spot.
  3. November to March is the best time to visit.
  4. History buffs are welcome.

Kuldhara Abandoned Village, Jaisalmer

This village is quite famous as the Ghost Village in Jaisalmer. It is on the outskirts of Jaisalmer. It is a must-visit place to explore the ruins of the old village. There are multiple myths also associated with it. There is no human sign in the village and it is not allowed to visit the village after its dark, 6 pm. During day time you can visit and explore the abandoned wells, forts, and more.

  1. Believed to be a Haunted village.
  2. Charming ruins of inhabitants.
  3. Ancient streets of Kuldhara.
  4. November to March is the best time.

Bada Bagh, Jaisalmer

One of the most beautiful gardens filled with artics cenotaphs and windmills. The cenotaphs signify a commemoration of the royal family who lived there. As a memory of honor. It is 7kms from the main Jaisalmer city. These cenotaphs were constructed somewhere in the 20th century. The cenotaph is also called a chattris. And it reflects the power quotient of the ruler.

  1. Perfect photography spot.
  2. Explore the Chattris and inscriptions.
  3. Go bird watching.
  4. It will take 1-2 hours to explore all.

Salim Singh Ki Haveli, Jaisalmer

This Haveli is the true epitome of architectural brilliance. Especially, is it known for Peacock shaped arched roofs. You must explore outstanding art, sculpture, and architecture. The most important spot in this haveli is the Cupola roof. Definitely the most treasured possession of Haveli. The Haveli is 300 years old and has 38 balconies in a pale blue cupola. It is just 1 km from the main city of Jaisalmer.

  1. Witness the outstanding art.
  2. Most artistic paintings.
  3. Capture the chiseled glass windows.
  4. Visit from November till March.

Vyas Chatri, Jaisalmer

It is one of the most visited places in Jaisalmer. It was constructed in the memory of sage Vyas, who wrote Mahabharata. These cenotaphs are a sign of the royal family’s existence on the land after death. You will witness the most intricate carvings and elegant Rajasthani architecture. The location of Vyas Chatri is just 2 kms from the main city.

  1. Represents Royal power and valor.
  2. Historic architecture.
  3. Most social media-worthy spot.
  4. Entry is free.

Desert National Park, Jaisalmer

Desert national park is India’s largest park, in terms of the desert ecosystem. This park is located 11 km from the main Jaisalmer city. You will get to witness the flora and fauna of the desert. You can surely opt for the Desert safari. This place is generally visited by wildlife enthusiasts and researchers. You can easily witness vulpes, antelopes, larks, and shrikes. Especially during the winter season, more than 150 varieties of migratory birds can be spotted.

  1. Witness the diversified desert ecosystem.
  2. Research about fossiled plants.
  3. Endangered species.
  4.  November to February is the best time.

Tazia Tower, Jaisalmer

One of the most iconic 5 storied towers for Muslims. The structure reflects Rajput architecture but it was constructed by Muslim artisans. Many Islamic festivals were celebrated here. Each floor of the Tazia Tower is designed differently. You can witness the unique carvings on the walls, and ceilings. It also showcases the dedication of craftsmen. You must not miss visiting Tazia Tower.

  1. Iconic structure.
  2. Muslim craftsmen advancement.
  3. Witness the tribute and dedication.
  4. November to March is the best time to visit.


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Frequently Asked Question

Q1. Why Jaisalmer is called a Golden City?

A1. Beauce, is located inside the thar desert made up of sandstones.

Q2. what is the best time to explore Jaisalmer?

A2. The most favorable months are November till March.

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