Ans: Jaisalmer, a town holding historical landmarks, forts, and stunning city landscapes has many remarkable tourist spots to visit. Listed below are some must-visit attractions in Jaisalmer and its nearby areas:
Jaisalmer Fort – Jaisalmer Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage site, which is also known as “SONAR QUILA” because of its yellow color Jurassic sandstone walls. It has five interconnected palaces with four gateways.
Patwon ki Haveli - A heritage museum in Jaisalmer, famous for its elegant carvings, furniture, and stunning artworks. It is a cluster of 05 Havelis and believed that it was constructed by a famous trader, Patwon Ji.
Jain Temples - Jain temples are famous for their architecture and made in Dilwara style. These temples are located in Jaisalmer fort and their carved walls show the pictures of Sages, animals, hermits, etc.
Gadisar Lake – It is an artificial water reserve, surrounded by temple shrine and ghats. One can enjoy boating in this lake.
Nathmalji ki Haveli - Nathmalji ki Haveli is one of the classic Havelis in Jaisalmer, a great masterpiece of architecture that is famous for its magnificent carving and interiors with beautiful paintings. It was made by two Muslim jeweler brothers.
Sam Sand Dunes – Sam Sand Dunes is a famous tourist spot for enjoying a desert safari in Jaisalmer. You can enjoy camel safari or jeep safari at Sam Sand Dunes. If one wishes to spend a night on the sand dunes, tented accommodations are available and quite popular with tourists.