Jaisalmer is also known as the golden city of India is a delight to watch and is surrounded by the sand dunes. Jaisalmer is full of sand dunes, Havelis and temples where people can get to know about the lifestyle and the architecture of ancient Maharajas and Maharani. The sunset and sunrise moment is a worth to watch where the sand changes its colour is a mesmerising moment and look fabulous. The city is also considered as the royal city which reflects the culture, lifestyle and architecture of the royal people. The Jaisalmer Desert which is the sam sand dunes is the perfect place to go for Desert Safari. People or the tourist can explore the sand dunes by enjoying the desert safari Jaisalmer on the back of the Camel.
Camel safari Jaisalmer is one of the most enjoyed activities when people visit Jaisalmer. The sand dunes of Jaisalmer attract thousands of tourists across the globe to have a close glimpse of the wide stretches of the Thar Desert. The best time to enjoy exploring the sand dunes is either during sunrise or sunset when the sand changes it colour and is a sight to behold. People enjoy the Desert safari Jaisalmer takes the tourists in the local areas of the places and lets the tourists witness the species of desert area and interact with the local residents and get to know about their lifestyle, culture and tradition. Embark on the Jaisalmer safari to explore the unexplored beauty of the desert. The safari gives an enthralling and fascinating experience to the visitors. Tourists can witness the never ending sleek of the desert sand, beautifully decorated camel and the folk music that depicts the glory of the past moments lures the visitors every moment. The open sky, stars gazing towards the people, camping with the bonfire, folk music and the mouth-watering Rajasthani Cuisines makes the Jaisalmer tour unforgettable and memorable.
Jaisalmer sightseeing places include Jaisalmer Fort, Bada Bagh, Gadisar Lake, Jain temples, Havelis, Thar heritage museum and kuldhara an abandoned town attracts visitors from across the globe. Jaisalmer Fort is popularly known as Golden Fort due to its yellow sandstone architecture and due to its glittering attire when the sunrays touch its façade. The Havelis of Jaisalmer reflect the architecture, lifestyle and culture of a bygone era. Patwon ki Haveli which is a five storied building, Salim Singh ki Haveli with exotic architecture where the roof is in the shape of the dancing peacock and offers spectacular views of the surroundings and Nathmal ji ki Haveli where the beautifully painted walls depicts about the lifestyle of the past. Gadisar Lake is a treat to watch and is a great place for bird lovers. It is a habitat to many birds and attracts migratory birds from all over the world. Bada Bagh means “huge garden” which is a picturesque location and offers a fascinating view to the visitors. It is the place where the royal family members were cremated and the place looks fabulous during the sunset and sunrise.
The architecture, monuments and the tourist places narrates the glorious tales of the bygone era and gives an idea about the triumph stories about the various rulers of Jaisalmer that ruled the city in the past. The top things to do in Jaisalmer are to enjoy the Camel safari on the back of the camel and explore the surrounding areas, enjoy the sunset and sunrise with the sand changing its color, enjoying the folk music under the open sky, camping the Jaisalmer tents and spending the night there, exploring the historical monuments and enjoying the mouth-watering Rajasthani cuisine. Pack up your bags and embark on the journey to Jaisalmer.
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