Best Sightseeing Places to visit in Jaisalmer


Jaisalmer is one of the richest places in terms of heritage and culture; it is also known as the Golden City because of its location in the heart of the Thar. The best time to visit Jaisalmer is between November to March because the temperature is pleasant during this duration. In these months, the temperature does not go beyond 24 degrees Celsius, which helps make it an ideal time to explore the Thar. Being the gateway of the Thar Desert, it is a city that has royal values and delectable cuisines—considering some of the best places to visit in Jaisalmer below.


Jaisalmer Fort:


Built in 1156, Jaisalmer fort has been ranked in UNESCO world heritage sites. The majestic fort is also known as Golden Fort because of its colours. The fort was built to host temples, houses, restaurants, and these things make it a mini-town. In every Jaisalmer tour package, the Jaisalmer Fort is always ranked at the top. It is surrounded by 30 ft. long walls and is located at the height of 250 ft. The walk through the fort gives a royal feeling and must have an aspect in every travel list.


Kuldhara Village:


Kuldhara is located a short drive from the main city of Jaisalmer, covering around 20 kilometres of the beautiful view. It is one of the most interesting places that one must include in the Rajasthan tour package. Kuldhara is considered a haunted village, and there are several stories associated with the place being vacant for years. Many people travel to the village to witness the ruins of magnificent art and culture. It is believed that all the village people left the place overnight to keep their honour safe from the cruel ruler. The government is working to construct accommodation places near the site to get a better experience of the Jaisalmer travelling package.


Jain Temples in Jaisalmer:

Jain temples are located in the fort of Jaisalmer, and these temples should be added to the itinerary of every Desert City tour package. The history and ethics associated with the place are rich and portray the simple living of the people. The architecture of these temples is in Dilwara style, making them famous in the whole world. People from all over the globe come to witness the beauty and architecture of these temples. These temples are made with devotion towards famous hermits from the Jain dynasty (Tirthankaras), Shambhavi Dev Ji and Rikhabdevji.


Desert National Park:

The national park extends to the India-Pakistan border, adding more to the thrill. A nature lover should consider visiting this place in his or her itinerary. The Desert National Park gives the chance to witness Bengal Fox, Wolves, Desert Cats, Blackbucks, Chinkara, Desert Fox, and Camels. Most of the area of the park is covered with desert plants and cactus. Around 20% of the landmass is layered through dunes.


Gadisar Lake:

Gadisar lake is situated on the outskirts of Jaisalmer. The scenic beauty could be portrayed as it welcomes the desert travellers with a mesmerising oasis view, and with its strength, they enter into the Thar. In old age, it was not possible to have canals or other techniques to irrigate the lands, so this lake was constructed with great planning and structuring. A traveller should visit the lake and sit near the banks to cherish some peaceful time. In winters, one could also witness beautiful migratory birds over the place, and the complete scene could be captured while boating into the lake.


Sam Sand Dunes:

Sam dunes are located in the middle of the desert; it is one of the most preferred places for tourists. Some dunes are as high as 60 meters, while some are 30 meters in height. The expansion of these beautiful dunes is around 40 kilometres in Jaisalmer. Every Jaisalmer tourism package must include witnessing alluring sunrise and sunset from these dunes.


Patwon ki Haveli:

Mansion of Brocade Merchants of Patwon ki Haveli is also a beautiful place to see in Jaisalmer. The mesmerising architecture of the place attracts people here, and several balconies and windows with intricate carvings can be observed. A rich trader built it in the 19th century, and it comprises five small Havelis. The royal living of the Patwa family was no less than some king, and the Haveli also withstands with artefacts to show the legacy even today. ASI (Archaeological Survey of India) has taken Patwon ki haveli in its authority.


Windmill Park:

Although many travellers do not consider windmill park in their Jaisalmer tour package, it is one of the marvels that requires attention. It is located near the Yamuna river bank in Rajasthan. People like to know about massive windmills and the process through which wind can generate electricity. Windmill parks are not very popular in India, but when one visits Jaisalmer Wind Mill Park, it gives them a completely different picture. It is a beautiful combination of nature and modern technology that helps humans with electricity.



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