Jaisalmer- The Golden City of India

Named after Maharaja Jaisal Singh, Jaisalmer – The Golden City of India is a standout amongst the most prevalent recorded places in Rajasthan. Situated in the midst of the far-reaching Thar desert, the city is known for its rich legacy, conventions, and culture. What’s more, the invigorating experience sports, interesting safaris, and outdoors are just a couple of the numerous activities in Jaisalmer that add to the rich experience here.

Jaisalmer is also known as called the “Golden City of India” in light of the fact that the yellow sandstone utilized all through the design of both the fortress and the town beneath, instills both with a specific brilliant yellow light.  


Best Places to Visit:-

Jaisalmer City

Here you can submerge yourself in the workmanship that is found in all things – from the spots of love to the structures, streets, neighborhood items, and obviously the fortress which houses a whole eco-framework inside itself, making it something beyond a traveler landmark.

Jaisalmer Fort is a World Heritage Site proclaimed UNESCO under the gathering Hill Forts of Rajasthan arranged in the city of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, India.



Jaisalmer Fort

The Fort was formed by the Rajput ruler Rawal Jaisal in 1156 AD. Jaisalmer fort stands in the midst of the sandy territory of the incomparable Thar Desert, on Trikuta Hill, and has been the location of numerous fights. Its monstrous yellow sandstone dividers are a brownish lion shading during the day, blurring to nectar gold as the sun sets, in this manner covering the stronghold in the yellow desert. Therefore, it is called the Golden Fort.

Sam Sand Dunes

A large portion of the occasions, voyagers who visit Jaisalmer lean toward multi day’s outing to the Sam Sand Dunes and appreciate camel safaris. However, there are various camp proprietors who offer a stay in Swiss tents and mud bungalows. Campfire during the night under the star-lit sky is great. Supper including veggie lover or non-vegan luxuries joins by uncommon music and move execution by the nearby craftsmen is the other feature. Numerous sightseers enjoy star looking as they lie under the open sky. From the month of October to March is the best time to visit the Sam sand dunes and that is when Desert Festival is celebrated in the month of February.

Tanot Mata Temple

The most ideal approach to reach Tanot Mata sanctuary is by street from Jaisalmer. It is situated at a separation of 120 km from Jaisalmer and takes around 1 hour and 52 minutes to reach. This is maybe the most picturesque desert course you will ever drive on. Flanked by immense, rambling sandhills with a town that appears in transit now and then, the course from Jaisalmer to Tanot Mata sanctuary will give you excursion recollections to appreciate until the end of time. You can consolidate your outing to Tanot Mata sanctuary with a visit to the Longewala post. Be that as it may, you have to get a grant to visit the Logewala post from Tanot notwithstanding which you won’t be permitted to proceed.


The sublime street from Jaisalmer to Tanot through Ramgarh is the stuff dreams are made of. With enormous windmills and huge desert terrains speaking the route, and wild camels and deer recognized once in a while, this route is glorious most definitely.


Gadisar Lake

The bank of the Gadsisar lake is surrounded by artistically carved Chattris, Temples, Shrines, and Ghats. Its charm lies in the fact that it was the only source of water for the Jaisalmer city in the olden days. Due to its proximity to Bharatpur, different migratory birds can also be seen on the bank of the lake, adding to its beauty. This is the most popular point to take photographs of Jaisalmer fort early in the morning when the fort looks golden with the first rays of the Sun and also a bird viewing site and a major attraction of Jaisalmer city.

The Gadsisar Lake is just 2 km away from Jaisalmer railway station. Tourists can take an auto-rickshaw or rickshaw to reach the beautiful heritage site.

Patwon Ji ki Haveli

The Patwon Ji ki Haveli is an interesting piece of Architecture and is the most important among the haveli in Jaisalmer. This is precisely because of two things, first that it was the first haveli erected in Jaisalmer and second, that it is not a single haveli but a cluster of 5 small havelis. The first among these haveli was commissioned and constructed in the year 1805 by Guman Chand Patwa and is the biggest and the most ostentatious. It is believed that Patwa was a rich man and was a renowned trader of his time. He could afford and thus ordered the construction of separate stories for each of his 5 sons. These were completed in a span of 50 years.

Complete Itinerary of Jaisalmer:-


Day 1

At Day one explore the narrow streets of the Beautiful Jaisalmer Fort,  and many beautiful destinations in Jodhpur city, When you’re feeling revived, it’s an ideal opportunity to test your wheeling and dealing aptitudes at the many markets slows down that sell everything from silk scarves, dress, gems, and fine art.


  • Visit a Jaisalmer Fort
  • Jaisalmer city
  • Boat ride on Gadisar Lake

Day 2

At day two  Camping under the stars and appreciate customary cooking while at the same time being engaged by neighborhood social exhibitions which transport you to long periods of old through Indian folk music. Dropped into a position of complete isolation, it can summon sentiments of reflection.


  • View of sunset point
  • Desert Safari And Camping
  • Campfire in the desert

Day 3

At Day three Go on a voyage of disclosure through Jaisalmer’s dynamite desolate desert environment. A medium-term camel safari is the most ideal approach to enjoy the sheer span and magnificence of the dun.

  • Sunrise on the sand dunes
  • Quad Biking
  • Paramotoring


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