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The first exploration begins at the ethereal sandstone fort of Jaisalmer. This one looks like a massive sand castle, and it is the city's focal point. Built in 1156 by the Rajput ruler Jaisal, this fort is still inhabited. It also houses several hotels, pensions, temples, craft shops, restaurants, and above all, the former palace


Things to do and see - Jaisalmer

Explore one of the very few "living forts" in the world
Jaisalmer Fort
Watch the sunset at a picturesque lake surrounded by ghats and temples
Gadisar Lake
Have lovely desert views at a memorial site with many cenotaphs
Bada Bagh
10 km
20 min
Learn about the culture, and history of the Thar Desert's inhabitants
Desert Cultural Centre
View exhibits of war memorabilia and stories of bravery
Jaisalmer War Museum
Admire an ornate architecture with elaborate artwork
Nathmal Ki Haveli
Take a Jeep safari to explore a desert
Desert National Park Guide
45 km
55 min
Enjoy a peaceful camel safari in a desert
Thar Desert
85 km
70 min
Take a trip to an abandoned village, established around the 13th century
Kuldhara Abandoned Village
18 km
25 min
Relax at an oasis in the heart of a desert region
Amar Sagar Lake
10 km
15 min

FAQ - Jaisalmer

Is it true that Jaisalmer Fort is considered a UNESCO World Heritage site?
Does Jaisalmer Fort possess a device on one of its walls that can tell the weather?

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