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Best Places You Must Visit In Jaisalmer

The 'Golden City of Rajasthan' with boundless sea of golden sand embracing it's culture, beauty and reciting the valorous stories of great kings is the city of Jaisalmer. Named after the Bhati Ruler, Rawal Jaiwal. Jaislamer literally mean 'Hill fort of Jaisal'

Jaisalmer Fort

Rich in its history, Jaisalmer Fort was constructed by Raja Jaisal. This fort is counted as one of the largest forts in the world. With 9 turrets overlooking the city, Jaisalmer Fort is a perfect landmark to have your Instagram photos clicked.

Sam Sand Dunes

Mirage of sand, campfire, folkdance, traditional food, camel rides, desert safari and beautiful sunsets, all packed in one with a ribbon on it, is the amazing desert of Rajasthan: Sam Sand Dunes. One must experience it on Jaisalmer Itinerary.


Located in main city and built by famous trader Guman Chand and his sons, Patwon-ki-Haveli is the exact replication of royalty. The massive five storied construction has five beautifully carved suites. Made out of golden sand the monument is sure to make you go gaga.

Jain Temples

Jain Temples are the series of temples located inside the fort devoted to Jain Tirthankaras. The intricating artwork and amazing interconnectivity makes these temples different from all. The style was modelled after getting inspired by Dilwara temple of Mount Abu.


Once inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins, this prosperous town of is now a ruin, but with a great story. Abandoned within a night to save the daughter of then village chief from marrying the state minister Salim Singh, this place is been cursed to never have any kind of human settlement and which has been proven right. Visit the Kuldhara to experience the chills!