Jaisalmer is a city in the middle of the Great Indian Desert in the northwestern part of India in the state of Rajasthan. It is also known as the Golden City. The main attractions of Jaiselmera are the “Jaiselmer Fort” and the lake “Gadisar”. From January to February, in Jaisalmer, the desert culture is glorified by the activities of the Desert Festival. The program includes camel races, camel polo, folk music, snake charmers, a turban tying competition and the famous Mr. Desert contest. Many activities take place on the sand dunes of Sam.
In addition, in order to get an extraordinary feeling, you can go on a desert safari in jeeps or on camels. During the safari, it is recommended that you spend the night in the desert and enjoy romantic dinner with a dance.
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What are the Attractions of Jaisalmer?
There are many attraction of Jaisalmer you can find below :
- Castle palace
- Jain temples
- Temple of Laxmi-Narayan (Laxminarayan)
- Salim Singh-ki-Haveli
- Natmal-ki-Haveli (Nathmal-ki-Haveli)
- Center and Museum of Desert Culture
- Thar Heritage Museum
- Gadi Sagar
- Jaisalmer Fortress
Where to stay in Jaisalmer?
If you want a romantic and special atmosphere, staying at the fortress is the best option. There are many good hotels outside the fortress. Many price fluctuations depend on the season: if there is a holiday, the room is expensive and hard to find, but in most places, the off-season is a good discount. There is a big discount from April to August: it is very hot in Jaisalmer.
What to buy in Jaisalmer?
Jaisalmer is famous for its amazing embroidery, bedspreads, mirror decals, tapestries, oil lamps, stone products and antiques. You need to be careful when buying silverware: it sometimes mixes with bronze.
Its rich heritage, culture, wildlife and sand dunes make it one of India’s most attractive tourist destinations, especially for foreign tourists. One of the most interesting ways to discover this amazing national treasure is to drive through it aboard one of the most respectable luxury trains in India, called the Palace on Wheels.