By Air  : Jaisalmer Airport is located 17 km from the city centre and is connected to other cities in INdia. eg. Mumbai, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Delhi.

By Road : Jaisalmer is connected by motorable roads with all major cities in India.

By Rail : Jaisalmer is connected by rail with Jodhpur and Delhi which, in turn, are connected to major cities and towns in India.

The stunning city of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan is known for its striking beauty, which includes rolling hills of honey-hued sand dunes, wide stretches of desolate terrain, striking colors, and captivating historical artifacts. At the center of the city is the still-inhabited Jaisalmer Fort, which appears to be rising out of the desert like a mirage and is bathed in golden sunlight..This fairytale-like fort, surrounded by 99 bastions, captivates you with its majesty. Rajasthan is a remote city that draws travelers from all over the world with its well carved temples, winding lanes, and practically hidden treasures that may be discovered by riding camels through the ethereal desert.   

The Akal Wood Fossil Park contains artifacts from Jaisalmer's prehistoric past. The Tanot Mata Temple, which is near the border between India and Pakistan, is a must-see. It gained notoriety during the 1965 war when bombs dropped there failed to disperse. The movie "Border" also featured it. According to legend, his younger half-brother was crowned king and Rawal Jaisal, the eldest successor of the Rawal of Deoraj, was passed over the throne of Lodurva. He was searching for a new capital in an attempt to atone for his transgressions when he encountered a sage who informed him of an old prophecy.

As a result, in 1156 Rawal Jaisal built a mud fort nearby and gave it the name Jaisalmer in honor of himself. The name Jaisalmer literally means "Hill Fort of Jaisal." Its position along the historic trade routes contributed to its legendary wealth and opulent architectural design. Jaisalmer is renowned for its wood carvings, regional artistic talent, and extraordinarily rich performing arts cultural legacy.


Places to Visit 

  • Jaisalmer Fort
  • Nathmal Ji Ki Haveli
  • Salim Singh Ki Haveli
  • Patwon Ki Haveli :
  • Mandir Palace
  • Jain temples of Jaisalmer :
  • Gadisar Lake :
  • Bada Bagh :
  • Desert National Park :
  • Kuldhara :
  • Tanot Mata Temple : 

Unique Things to see in and Around Jaisalmer.  

Gajroop Sagar on the hill - There is a temple of Maa Swangia on the hill of Gajrup Sagar pond, 4 km north-east of Jaisalmer. Which was constructed by Raja Gaj Singh in 1895 Vikram Samvat. He used to have darshan of the goddess from the fort as soon as he woke up in the morning.

The Rajkumari Ratnavati Girl’s School - Designed by Diana Kellogg of Diana Kellogg Architects, the architectural marvel Rajkumari Ratnavati Girl's School was commissioned by CITTA, a non-profit organization that promotes development in some of the world's most economically challenged, remote, or marginalized communities.  


Experiences to Do in Jaisalmer: 

Panoramic Dining Experience over the fort - Savor exquisite dishes atop our rooftop restaurant, offering unparalleledcity views and a serene ambiance.

Jaisalmer City Tour - Day tour of Jaisalmer city & explore all attractions.

Bonfire Under Stars - At Sam Dunes at a high end camp.  Jaisalmer's beautiful night sky makes it ideal for seeing constellations with the unaided eye. Take a romantic stroll through the wild beneath a starry night sky, cooled by the cool evening breeze. A romantic evening beneath the dome of a starry sky, surrounded by natural grasses and delicious sweet nothings. It is a dream come true.The idea behind starting the bonfire beneath the stars is to take a moment to slow down and appreciate the present. Raise a toast to romance with the sound of woodlands crackling in the background, glittering bubbles in your glass, and love in the air.

Camel Safari -  Enjoyment in Jaisalmer - In and Around Jaisalmer & Desert -  Experience Jaisalmer's endless sand desert in the manner that royalty did and still does: on a camel safari. Walk out for an adventure with a local guide in the morning, when the sand is still cool from the desert breeze. This camel safari ought to be at the top of everyone's bucket list because of everything it offers, from riding the camel to seeing the especially breathtaking sunsets from the top of burning dunes.

With this camel safari, you may walk in their footsteps as they lead you through this magical terrain in the company of their herds. while you investigate the breathtaking wilderness that surrounds you. You will pass by local villages and temples along the way, getting to see a glimpse of their way of life.  

Cultural Evening - at the Campsite at Sam Dunes in Jaisalmer 

Desert Safari Tours - Winter-Season-is-the-best-timing -  The endless expanse of golden sand and the untouched wilderness are what draw tourists to Jaisalmer's desert. A desert safari is the ideal opportunity to discover the vast treasures of the desert and catch a breathtaking sunset. You might see native species including the Black Buck, White-Footed Fox, Asiatic Wildcat, and Chinkara while riding the open-top 4x4 jeep. The magnificent Great Indian Spotted Eagle and Great Indian Bustard, both of which are endangered species, can be seen on a fortunate day.

Dinner on the Dunes - Explore Dinner over the Dunes. 

Dune Bashing - Dune Bashing in an open Jeep .  Set out on one of the most incredible adventures of your life as you enter the desolate sandy land of Sam Dunes. As you and your companion enjoy the thrilling sport of dune bashing, feel the sands of time passing past your fingers. Dune bashing is a modern take on the classic camp lifestyle, but it also pays homage to the gypsy spirit of the desert and brings back memories of carefree youth.It's time to break away from the refined safari and get down and dirty. A daring activity not for the timid, sliding across the golden desert's vast sand dunes is exhilarating. This exhilarating dune bashing session is the perfect representation of safari life for those who want adventure, exploration, and bravery.  

Kuldhara Village Tours - Unique Village tour to Explore.  Do you enjoy visiting unusual and eerie places? For you, Kuldhara's ghost village is the ideal location. Tangled up in the plot and corruption of Jaisalmer's former prime minister, Salim Singh, Kuldhara is a story that draws travelers from all over the world. Kuldhara was formerly a rich village in the 19th century, home to Paliwal Brahmins, until its population abruptly left one night. Kuldhara Village Tour, now an archaeological site, will let you immerse yourself in the history of the area, the ruins of the civilization, and the interactions between travelers and traders in pursuit of the undiscovered.



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