Jaisalmer’s magic golden sandstone town, situated in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan, congratulates images of one billion nights fable. Inspired by this list, look at the attractions and places to see!
To experience the full glory of the city, going during the annual Jaisalmer Desert Festival, usually held in early February or late in January. Jaisalmer

1- Jaisalmer Fort and Fort Palace– Jaisalmer’s divine sandstone castle, which resembles the desert of large-scale rain cores, is the focal point of the city. The fort was built in 1156 by Rajput ruler Jaisal, who had established the city at the same time. It is one of the biggest forts in the world. However, it is indeed remarkable that it is the largest living fort in India. About 2,500 people live inside their walls There are also many hotels, guest houses, temples, handicrafts stores, restaurants and palaces of the former rulers. The castle is open to visitors, for a fee, and guided audio tours are available. Jaisalmer runs a daily, three-hour legacy tour through the magic fort.


2- Jain Temple– One of the main attractions inside the fort is a wonderful series of temples that return to the 15th and 16th centuries. Carved out of sandstone, you will need to remove your shoes and all leather items before you enter the rival of Marble Jain Temple complex in Ranakpur in detail, and for foreigners, a camera fee of 200 rupees and camera charges will be Indians pay less by daily payments from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.


3- Havelies– Jaisalmer is also known for the architectural story of his magnificent historical mansion (story) inside and outside the fort. Many are found in waves of the north of the fort. In this area, the vast 18th century Patwa Mansion is the largest and most important mansion in the city. Made by five Jain brothers, it is most impressive from outside, with its breathtaking complex stones. Two sections are open to the public – an interestingly privately run museum which is a glance. In the same area, the specially shaped Salim Singh Haveli and extraordinary Nathamal Haveli are also good for touring. Inside the Nathamal Mansion, the beautiful gold painting is an attraction.

Camel safari

4- Camel Safari– Most tourists take a camel safari – this is knowingly Jaisalmer’s experience! A camel safari will also give you the opportunity to see India’s rustic, rural desert life. It is possible to walk on a fast one-day safari or hardcore safari for 30 days! However, it is important that you choose the provider carefully as the safari business is extremely competitive and you certainly pay for it.

5- Sand Dunes and Desert National Park– Around 50 minutes of Jaisalmer on Sunset, a crowd of famous and beautiful Sam Red Dunes. Cultural performance and camel ride make a carnival atmosphere. It is possible to live in a desert camp in the area. Most are located close to Sam Dunes. However, there are other options that provide a unique, non-touristic experience. Check out these top Jaisalmer desert camps for glamorous, on the way to Sam Dune, Kuladah is a suitable place to visit the abandoned village.