Jaisalmer Tour and Travel Guide

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Jaisalmer means “the Hill Fort of Jaisal” and also called as “Golden City” due to the yellow sandstone utlized in every building of this city that provides a yellowish-golden touch to the whole place. This city is famous for palaces, forts, sand dunes and lies in the heart of Thar desert. It stands on a edge of yellowish sandstone, crowned by a glorious fort that comprises of palace and numerous ornate Jain temples. So, if you are planning to explore this golden city of India then go through this Jaisalmer Tour and Travel Guide from Vacation Trip India.

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How To Reach
  • By Air The construction of the airport is still going on in Jaisalmer. You can either reach this wonderful city by train or car. It is very well-connected to all the major cities like Delhi, Jaipur, Udaipur and many others.
  • By Train Jaisalmer is also connected through railways with main Indian cities like Jaipur, Delhi and many others. You can board trains like Ranikhet Express and many others to reach this destination. Reaching this city through train is a superb experience and will certainly make your trip to Jaisalmer even more wonderful and brilliant.
  • By Road Jaisalmer is also connected through roadways with various main Indian cities like Delhi, Jodhpur, Jaipur and others. In order to have a comfortable ride and to visit all the major places of interest in and around Jaisalmer, you must book online a car hire service.

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Jaisalmer Tour and Travel Guide Guide at a Glance
  • Rajasthan
  • October to February
  • Hindi, English and Rajasthani
  • Summer (March-June), Winter (October-February), Monsoon (July-September)
  • Hindu, Islamic, Jainism, Sikhism
  • Summer (25 o C to 44 o C) & Winter (5 o C to 24 o C)
  • Tropical
  • Rajasthani food and Different country foods

Sightseeing in Jaisalmer

You can visit the famous attractions mentioned in this Jaisalmer Tour and Travel Guide:
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    Jaisalmer Fort

    This glorious fort is located on Meru Hill and was constructed by Bhati Rajput ruler Jaisal in the year 1156. It is one of the largest forts in the whole world and is made up of yellow & golden sandstone that gives it a magical look. Jaisalmer Fort is a great example of Rajasthani architecture. If you are planning a visit to Jaisalmer, you must visit this fort.
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    Bada Bagh

    This garden has become a major tourist location in Jaisalmer. It gives a stunning view and the best time to visit is sunset or sunrise. It will surely offer you beautiful moments to click and cherish for all the years to come. If you are planning a visit to Jaisalmer, you must visit this garden.
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    Patwon-Ki-Haveli

    Patwon-Ki-Haveli- This big five-storied building has many intricately decorated suites. It was constructed by the famous trader Guman chand and is made up of yellow sandstone. The architecture and grandeur of this monument has added immense value to the city.
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    Sam Sand Dunes

    Another important touristic location is Sam sand dunes, which is a impeccable location for desert safari. You can choose from Jeep safari or camel safari to enjoy the whole place. At the same time, you can also enjoy many cultural events like camel race, folk dances and much more. If you are planning a visit to Jaisalmer, you must visit this place.