Reasons you'll love Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is a “land of wonders,” and there is much to discover in this city’s vivacious past, culture, natural beauty, and legacy. Jaisalmer also referred to as “The Golden City of India,” is a vibrant city located in the Thar Desert. Jaisalmer has experienced it all, from being an active commercial hub to a well-liked tourist destination in Rajasthan! Here are several awesome justifications for you to travel to Jaisalmer.


Jaisalmer, a Rajput king’s stronghold in ancient times, has managed to preserve the imperial appeal in the shape of imposing forts and palaces that, even after all these years, still exude grace and luxury. Tourism in Jaisalmer, which is near the vast Indian Thar desert, is a medley of many thrills and encounters.


Here are some fascinating reasons why you’ll love Jaisalmer:

Camel Safari- The renowned Camel Safari is what makes this mystical city famous. One of the most popular activities in Jaisalmer and one that offers an exhilarating experience is the camel safari. You can reserve a slot and go on a camel safari in the comfort of your own home on the sand dunes.

A camel can transport you to locations that a jeep or other kind of car would find challenging. The pride of Rajasthan is the camel, often known as the “ship of the desert,” which for a long time served as the only mode of transportation in these frequently hostile regions.

Also visit the luxury desert camp in Jaisalmer to have a memorable experience.


Shopping- Shopping in Jaisalmer gives a completely distinct experience to all tourists, unlike the shopping malls, upscale boutiques, and designer labels that we find in other towns, Street markets in Jaisalmer allow shopaholics to savor the essence of the traditional Rajasthani culture, which draws tourists from all over the world to this vibrant paradise.

Jaisalmer is known for its handcrafted traditional clothing in vivid hues as well as various accessories. Additionally, you may get numerous handmade goods like wall hangings, cushion coverings, and more at a great price.


Beautiful skies- Get mesmerized by the beauty of Jaisalmer. Witness beautiful skies while camping out to view the sand dunes, or take in the view from the top of the fort. You may enjoy the beautiful Jaisalmer night sky while camping outside in the sand dunes with us.


The Jaisalmer fort- The fort is one of Jaisalmer’s most well-known sites and most visited attractions. It is distinctive and well-known for resembling a sandcastle. In contrast to the blazing golden sun, the citadel’s yellow sandstone construction stands out magnificently, exactly like it would in a novel or literary work. Numerous rooms make up the fort, which also functions as a bazaar where visitors may buy regional delicacies and appliances.


Food- The variety of the local cuisine here reflects its rich cultural heritage. This beautiful city, commonly referred to as the “Golden City,” is a culinary paradise, especially for those who enjoy spicy food or Rajasthani cuisine. You should try the food in Jaisalmer to get a good sense of Rajasthani culture. Some of the must-try dishes include Daal Baati, Ker Sagri, Kachori, Lassi, Gatte ki Sabji, and many more

The most prominent structure in the city is the Jaisalmer Fort, also known as Sonar Qila (Golden Fort). Jaisalmer Fort, unlike most other forts in India, is not merely a tourist attraction. It contains shops, hotels, and ancient havelis (houses) in which generations still reside. The origins of Jaisalmer date back to the 12th century.

10 Famous Types Of Food In Jaisalmer Pyaz Ki Kachori.
Gatte Ki Sabzi.
Makhania Lassi.
Daal Baati Choorma.
Ker Sagri.
Bhang Lassi.
Mirchi Bhajiya.
Chane Jaisalmer Ke.

Ghotua, also known as the “Taste of the City,” is made with Desi Ghee and gram flour. The addition of cardamom and saffron gives the sweet and soft Ghotua a distinctive flavour. Their cooking technique has been passed down through eleven generations.

You can stay at THE DESERT RESORT. Styled to reflect the traditional villages of the desert, Manvār Shergarh borrows generously from the sustainable practices of the land and generously gives back supporting villages and communities around by gainful employment and partnerships transforming into a green oasis, not just for travellers from far but for children of the desert too.