Jaisalmer Tour

Jaisalmer also called the 'Golden City' is located in the heart of the Thar Desert. The town was founded by Rawal Jaisingh in 1156 A.D. in the 17th century, business and commerce flourished in Jaisalmer. From India the goods were sent to Middle East via Jaisalmer and articles from various countries used to reach Jaisalmer. But slowly the business transaction dwindled up and prosperity of Jaisalmer also reduced. Jaisalmer's remote location has kept it almost untouched by outside influences. Once the capital of Bhati Rajputs, Jaisalmer is India's most exotic and unusual towns and worth visiting. The town is dotted with forts, palaces and temples all exquisitely carved from golden yellow sandstone. At the dawn and dusk Jaisalmer looks golden that's why it is called the golden town. The magnificent wood and stone-carved forts and havelis display the love and aesthetic sense of the Rajputs towards the fine arts. Mina work of Jaisalmer is unique, which can be seen in beautifully decorated houses, rooms and balconies of the town.

The Fort

The golden fort can be seen miles away before reacting the city .The fort stands 30 metres over the city houses an entering area within its huge ramparts. It is approached through four gates. Inside the fort are many beautiful Havelies and a group of Jain Temples dating from 12th to 15th centuries.

Manak Chowk and Havelis

The main market ‘Manak Chowk’ is out side the fort which is the centre of local activity. From Manak Chowk walk into the lanes where the famous carved havelies are to be found.


Carved by two brothers in the 19th century, the intricate architecture in stone is the epitome of skill and beauty. Paintings in the miniature style adorn the interior walls.

Salim Singh-Ki-Havelies

Distinctive for its blue cupola roof, this extraordinary mansion in yellow stone is covered entirely with intricate carvings and has an elaborate projecting balcony adoring the top storey.

Jain Temples

Within the fort complex there are many Jain Temples, dedicated to Rishabdev, they are the Sambhavnath and Parswanath the Jain thirthankars.

Gyan Bhandar or Library

It is established as a part of Jain temples, the library contains some of the oldest manuscripts found in India.


Sam Sand Dunes

(45 Km) Sheer magic of the golden Sam sand dunes, become the tourists to ride by the dunes on camel back to get a feel of the desert.

Desert National Park

(45 Km ) Covering an area of 3162 sq. km. this park was established in 1980. The variety of wildlife includes blackbuck, desert cant and desert fox. The great Indian bustered, the grey partridges and sand grouse are some of the birds are seen here.

Bada Bagh

(6 Km) Surrounded by densely grown trees and on the bank of an artificial lake are the royal cenotaphs with ornate carving on the ceiling and carved images of former rulers on horse back.

Mool Sagar

(8 Km ) A beautiful place for picnic in summer. It is a cool shady grove which belonged to the former ruler of Jaisalmer.

Camel Safari

Camel Safari in Jaisalmer is a wonderful experience and it is best to cover the beautiful desert area. The camel safaris are available here in varied options, you can take it camel ride for few hours or whole day.


Deluxe Hotels: Gorbandh Palace, Heritage Inn, Himmatgarh Palace, Standard Hotel: RTDC Hotel Moomal. Budget Hotels: Sona Haveli, Jaisal Castle, Fort View, Narayan Niwas, Sanjay Vilas etc.


Mirror work, embroidered articles, woolen patterns, wooden Boxes, Silver Jewellary and curios.


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