Jaisalmer Sightseeing Tours
If you have an interest in the history of Rajputana and looking forward to experiencing its rich ethnic heritage, Jaisalmer Tour Packages by Udaipur tours promise you of realizing your dreams. Since Jaisalmer is a destination with a plethora of things to see and experience, you have a diverse range of options to have your best pick from. Most of the packages are based on the Thar Desert, which is the primary attraction of Jaisalmer. Some of the attractions of Jaisalmer packages include desert camping, culture trips, dune bashing, Jaisalmer Sightseeing Tour, biking trips, and more.
Explore the enchanting landmarks and historical sites of Jaisalmer through our specially crafted Jaisalmer Sightseeing Tour. Immerse yourself in the captivating architecture of Jaisalmer Fort, discover the intricacies of Patwon Ki Haveli, and witness the vibrant local culture at Gadisar Lake. Our tour packages ensure a comprehensive experience, combining the thrill of desert adventures with the richness of Jaisalmer's historical and cultural treasures. Don't miss the opportunity to make lasting memories with our Jaisalmer Sightseeing Tour included in the diverse array of attractions awaiting you.
Salim Singh Ki Haveli
Unique architectural identity, the haveli’s roof is based on the peacock’s physical form and it lies within the vicinity of the Jaisalmer fort. The gateways of this building are flanked by a pair of tuskers. Even though the tuskers are made of sandstone, the perfection of their size, shape and carving can make you believe them to be real!
Amongst all the places to see in Jaisalmer, the Jaisalmer Fort is the largest. It is in fact, one of the largest forts around the world. Located on the Tirukuta Hill, this fort was built by Rao Jaisal, one of the mightiest rulers of Jaislamer. Due to its location at the golden stretches of the Thar Desert, this fort is also known as the ‘Sonar Quila’ or the ‘Golden Fort’.
Patwon Ki Haveli
An architectural marvel in the streets of the city and marked by intricate carving and murals is what Patwon ki Haveli is. Built in the 19th century, this Patwon ki Haveli is a combination of 5 different havelis in one single premise. It consists of a museum having rare artifacts, furniture work, miniatures, mirror-work and a large collection of paintings
Fringed with several temples and shrines, it's an ideal place for the birdwatchers. During the winters, it is flocked by different species of exotic and migratory birds and thus it attracts a number of birdwatchers and nature photographers. Shallow ghats, intricately carved cenotaphs and delightful gardens around this reservoir add to its beauty.
Sam Sand Dunes
Sam sand dunes are indeed one of the most authentic desert dune sites in whole India and truly deserves to be on your list of things to do in Jaisalmer. Here, you find 30 to 60-meter tall sand dunes and many travellers enjoy Desert Safari on camels or jeep. Sam is 45 kilometres west of Jaisalmer city where you can reach by hiring a vehicle.
An artificially built dam is the main source of water to this garden. While visiting this garden, the Govardhan Stambh will greet you. Within the garden premises, you can visit the cenotaphs or the tombstones of the royal families. Built in ancient Hindu architecture, the surrounding has cenotaphs dedicated to each of the Bhatti rulers.
Desert National Park
The terrain of this forest is multifaceted with craggy rock surfaces interspersed between the vegetation. The animals you can see here are the wolf, chinkara, blackbuck and desert cat. Considerable number of sand-grouses can also be seen near the water holes.
An air array of brilliant sandstone chhatris and is located on an old Brahmin graveyard on an ascent on the northwestern edge of town and make it as one of the best places to visit. Well known sunset point from you can have the sight of fort.
Tanot Mata Mandir
Established in AD 847, the highly revered Tanot Mata Temple is believed to be Goddess Hinglaj Mata’s incarnation. This is a miraculous temple located in the proximity of Longewala that used to be a battle site during the 165-71 Indo-Pak war.