Jaisalmer

  • Weather : 30
  • State Rank : 3
  • Ideal Duration : 2-3 days
  • Best Time : Oct, Nov, Dec
  • Tags : Extreme Sports , Heritage,Deserts,Historical monuments

‘The Golden City’, Jaisalmer is one of the main tourer destinations in Rajasthan. placed near the West Pakistan border, Jaisalmer is Rajasthan and India’s American state on the west. the town was based within the 12th century by the Rawal king Jaisal fulfilling a prophecy. A fastness of Rajpoot kings in medieval times, Jaisalmer has been able to retain the imperial charm within the form of majestic forts and palaces that, after all these centuries, still exhibit class and opulence. Lying near the good Indian Thar desert, Jaisalmer business may be a potpourri of myriad experiences and adventures.


Best Think about Jaisalmer :


Apart from visiting famous sightseeing place in Jaisalmer with your family and friends, there are plenty of activities to indulge in. Camel safari is a one of the popular activity in Jaisalmer.

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Worst Think about Jaisalmer :


Summers can be harsh. Expensive accommodation and commute. Slightly difficult to reach.

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Best For Whom :


Jaisalmer is for everyone who loves cultural events and a trip through rich heritage. It is a beautiful city and is a spectacle of visiting during the Desert Festival.

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Local Food in Jaisalmer :


Primarily influenced by the war-like way of the Rajputs and the accessibility of ingredients in this arid region, Rajasthani cuisine is dazzling in its selection. though notable largely for feeder food, the cuisine will include some of the simplest dishes for the non vegetarians further. Pyaz ki kachori, Gatte ki subzi, dekaliter bati choorma, lal maas, kair sangri, bajre ki roti so a lot of more! you're attending to love each bite of the native food!

Besides its rich history and therefore the never ending desert, Jaisalmer is additionally notable for its lip smack food. Let me tell you a number of the simplest restaurants within the town.

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Food :


Primarily influenced by the war-like way of the Rajputs and the accessibility of ingredients in this arid region, Rajasthani cuisine is dazzling in its selection. though notable largely for feeder food, the cuisine will include some of the simplest dishes for the non vegetarians further. Pyaz ki kachori, Gatte ki subzi, dekaliter bati choorma, lal maas, kair sangri, bajre ki roti so a lot of more! you're attending to love each bite of the native food!

Besides its rich history and therefore the never ending desert, Jaisalmer is additionally notable for its lip smack food. Let me tell you a number of the simplest restaurants within the town.


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By Bus

There are no direct buses from Delhi to Jaisalmer as the 17-18 hour drive is too time-consuming and quite exhausting. You can however switch buses in Jaipur from where a state-run sleeper coach operates regularly. Be sure to book tickets in advance as there are limited seats. Some sleeper buses are also available from Jodhpur and Udaipur.

By Train

Jaisalmer is well connected with a wide network of trains covering most of the Indian cities like Delhi, Jodhpur, Jaipur and others. Some of the popular trains are Delhi Jaisalmer Express, Jodhpur Jaisalmer Express, Howrah Jaisalmer Express and Lalgarh Jaisalmer Special.

Once you reach the station, there are many auto-rickshaws and private taxis standing outside the station that will take you to the city on a nominal fare.

By Air

Jaisalmer Airport is a military airport and supports only chartered flights, hence is sparingly used by travellers. Although air travel is generally not considered an ideal mode of transport for travelling to Jaisalmer, some people do travel by air to save on time.

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