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Jaisalmer Sightseeing Packages

Situated very close to the Pakistan Border, Jaisalmer is one of the most visited cities and an important tourist destination in Rajasthan. Jaisalmer is also known as the ‘Golden City’, owing to its grand sand dunes that stand proudly in the Thar Desert. its yellow sand gives yellowish golden tinge to Jaisalmer city and its surrounding area.Dussehra Chowk Of Jaisalmer Fort, Maharwal Palace and The Fort Museum,Laxminath temple in Jaisalmer Fort,Jain temples of Jaisalmer Fort,Cannon point in Jaisalmer Fort, Jaisalmer is alluring everyone from across the world to visit its majestic forts and ornate havelis.
Some of the other places of interest include Bada Bagh, Desert National Park, Sam Dunes, and Amar Sagar. A camel ride to Sam Dunes is popular with travelers especially during the Desert festival. One can stay in tents in the middle of the desert and enjoy cultural programs performed by local artists.

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Dussehra Chowk Of Jaisalmer Fort
One of the distinguished locations, Dussehra Chowk is the centre of enchantment surrounded through homes blanketed the fashionable Maharwal Palace. The absolute true infrastructure with top notch carvings and the latticework in sandstone on windows and archways are some other lovely artistic endeavors to realize. There are many background resorts to stay and you could sense the royalty there with costly consolation.
Maharwal Palace and The Fort Museum
This certainly eye-catching palace is five-stage carved which offers its visitors the complete insight of the history of Jaiselmail. You can go to the palace of the palanquin, ornate silver throne and the big armoury collections with ornate beautify rooms. The Fort Museum also showcases the artefacts, stamps and the sculptures dating to fifteenth century. You can emerge as journeying via giving a look to the rooftop terrace from where you could view the golden metropolis of Jaisalmer. You can choose the choice for an audio experience.
Laxminath temple in Jaisalmer Fort
One of the historical Hindu temples is Laxmikant temple in Jaisalmer fortress that is built in 1494 through Rao Lunkaran. It describes Hindu deities of Vishnu and his goddess Laxmi who's the goddess of wealth. The artwork and craft of the sculptures is truely work of craftsmanship.
Jain temples of Jaisalmer Fort
Such an incredible and uncommon temple inside a castle! The Jain temple changed into built to guard from Moghul invaders. It has been said that Moghul burnt the Lodruva temple which became positioned at 18 km distance. It had 7 Jain temples and each devotes one-of-a-kind Jain Tirthankara. It has constructed between the twelfth and fifteenth centuries in yellow and white marbles. It's the satisfaction to once eyes looking the stunning carvings at the partitions, ceilings and pillars. Do provide a go to to this lovely temple at the least as soon as.
Cannon point in Jaisalmer Fort
The Cannon factor is the location from wherein you may see the splendor o the Jaisalmer wherein you could certainly view the impressive maze-like city which exploring the homes and interesting art work. You would really like to view the Jaisalmer town from the terrace of this cannon point.The city can be visualized in wealthy golden shade. You can also visit the famous Bada Bagh Cenotaphs, Patwon Ki Haveli and lots of sights of Jaisalmer from this point. India is the richest usa to serve you the majestic records of it is long past centuries, wherein Rajasthan is the kingdom that is talented with beautiful Jaisalmer city that has the irresistible background to spark off every body to go to.


  • Everyday Breakfast and Dinner
  • AC Vehicle
  • English talking guide amid the city visit
  • Mineral Water
  • Driver Allowance
  • Toll Taxes and Parking
  • State charges
  • Fuel
  • All the present appropriate duties


  • Monument charges
  • Tips, Laundry, Phone calls
  • Some other costs not specified previously.

1. What time of year is ideal for a trip to Jaisalmer?

Jaisalmer differs in formats where the time of the year makes a huge difference. In winter, the daytime temperature is pleasant. In winter, the daytime temperature is pleasant. Still, the best time to visit Jaisalmer sightseeing packages is winter because the festivals are on around this time. The celebration of the Desert Festival is when the whole city comes out to dance. The camel festival is another major attraction in Jaisalmer. It's usually held in February.

2. How many days should you spend in Jaisalmer?

Depending on your time and interest, you can plan to stay anywhere from 3 to 7 days in Jaisalmer. Three days is best if you want to spend more time in and around the city. We recommend staying at least one day and night at the Fort. A day spent here will give you a thorough glimpse of the city. You can visit the Golden Fort, the Palace of the Maharaja, the Jain Temples, the Museum, and many other attractions. You can also do a camel safari in Jaisalmer. If you are interested in visiting the surrounding areas, you can see Sam and the surrounding areas for a couple of days.

3. Which locations are typically visited alongside Jaisalmer?

Jaisalmer is usually combined with the two other destinations of Rajasthan, viz. Jodhpur and Bikaner. While traveling to this region, most tourists also stop by the above places.

4. What are the must-visit places in Jaisalmer?

Jaisalmer is a city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Jaisalmer is a part of the Shekhawati region and is well known for its magnificent forts and Havelis. Camel safaris in the dunes of Jaisalmer and visit to the Mehrangarh Fort are the must-visit places in Jaisalmer. The fort houses a museum, an art gallery, and a palace known as Padam Niwas. The Sheesh Mahal, also known as the Mirror Palace, is an iconic part of the fort. Jaisalmer is a place that is worth visiting and exploring.

5. How can I visit Jaisalmer for two days?

1. Take a camel ride (available at the entry gate of the fort) and explore the beautiful fort.
2. Visit Saheliyon ki, Bari, the beautiful Garden.
3. Visit Jaisalmer Fort and the museum.
4. Visit the National Institute of Desert and Desert Ecology.
5. Visit the old city of Jaisalmer.
6. Visit Jain temples and enjoy local cooking in the old town.
7. Visit Ladia Gali for street shopping.
8. Visit Thanda Khatoon shrine and enjoy.
9. Visit Panchakki.
10. Visit Sonar Quila (Golden Fort).
11. Enjoy at Fort and the local market.
12. Visit Amber Fort, enjoy street food, visit Amber museum and enjoy the shooting range.
13. Visit Patwon ki Haveli and enjoy the local puppet show.
14. Visit Ramdevra Mandir and enjoy.
15. Enjoy your time at Jaisalmer.

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