Jaisalmer City Tour — Fulfill Your Journey With Unforgettable Experiences

Jaisalmer well-known as the Golden City is one of the most popular cities in the royal state of Rajasthan. Jaisalmer was named after its founder, Rao Jaisal. Jaisalmer converted to ‘the hill fort of Jaisal’. Located in the middle of the desert, 575 km away from the state capital Jaipur, the city is famous for its rich heritage.

Jaisalmer is the most famous tourist destination of Rajasthan. If you want to make your holiday trip unforgettable, Jaisalmer city tour is the best choice for visiting. There are many magnificent fort, beautiful Sam sand dunes, palaces, temples and parks.

Best places to visit in Jaisalmer:

Desert national park: It was established in 1980 in the Thar Desert near kanoie and Sam village.

There are many Scrub trees and flowers. The black buck and chinkara can also be seen near the village. When you visit the National Park, a separate permit is required from the collector of Jaisalmer.

Khuri Sand Dunes: It is located 40kms away from the city. This is the most amazing village, consists of a few circular huts of dried tree branches on stones loosely put together and painted with local clay.

The beautiful sand dunes are only 1 km away from Khuri village and the main attraction for visitors.

Salim Singh Ki Haveli: It is one of most beautiful havelis in Jaisalmer, a very big building of six storeys of cur-stones.

This haveli is different from other havelis in terms of arts and sculpture. There are 38 balconies in different designs and each balcony has its own artistry.

Gadisar Lake: It is the very big lake of Jaisalmer and the people of the city depended on this lake for their water needs.

You will see many temples, chattris, and holy shrines around this lake. Today this lake is a best tourist attraction in the desert city.

Bada Bagh: It is 5 km from the desert city. Over the hill there are wonderful historical memorials of the Maharajas of Jaisalmer.

This is a very big garden that sustains a stunning view.

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