The city is the eastern border of the country and located in the Thar Desert. It is like a golden mirage with lots of sandstones and sandunes dominating the city’s landscape. The city is full of havelis, magnificent palaces and temples. The camels in Jaisalmer are known as the “ship of deserts.” Some of the major destinations are Patwon-ki-Haveli, Jaisalmer Haveli, Nathmalji ki Haveli, and Salim singh-ki-Haveli and Salem Singh haveli.
Tourist Places in Jaisalmer :
Jaisalmer Fort: visit the Golden Fortress and other buildings tucked inside its many inner walls, including Raj Mahal (the Royal Palace), ornately carved Jain temples, and the Hindu Laxminath Temple.Delicate sandstone window screens, topped by Mughal-style arches, adorn the facades of almost every building in the fort. Rooms within the Raj Mahal show off the Maharaja's love for Belgian glass and his patronage of the arts. Floral mosaics made of mirrors cover entire walls within several of the palace’s sitting rooms.
Explore the havelis (mansions) built by merchants during the 19th century. These exquisitely carved structures of local golden-yellow sandstone are still in pristine condition. We will visit Salim Singh ki Haveli (home to the tyrannical Prime Minister of Jaisalmer in the 18th centur...