People tend to check in during these times:
Locals and businesses are still inside. One of the biggest in the World and also Unesco World Heritage. Get lost within the walls and don't miss the rooftops
Small place but people got big heart.
Buy from the RTDC gov shop only..and ask for guide Dilip
The only fort in which people still live. Pretty annoying with the narrow lanes and the vendors though. Visit the Jain Temple and the Haveli near it too.
Check out Gadisar Lake. It has awesome view.Sweets and namkeen here are awesome. A must try!
Mastercard and visa is accepted . American express is not
A super experience on our first night in jaisalmer. Lal Garh fort and palaces a place to be. Great food and hospitality by the owner
Raj Mandir is a great hotel in the fort complex with views over the town and friendly staff.
Hv a colorful holi
Golden fort...it's beautiful
Amazing fort dont forget to visit the jain temple and also dont forget to get lost inside these small streets filled with annoyîg vendors , india annoying at its best :)
Jaisalmer Fort is one of the largest forts in the world. It was built in 1156 AD by the Bhati Rajput ruler Rao Jaisal, from where it derives it name. It is also known as the "Golden Fort".
The only occupied fort in Rajasthan.. with locals livin here. 17 restaurants 25 hotels n other amazin facts. Must visit!
Jaisalmer is a common stop for travelers to Rajasthan and for good reason. Surrounded by desert, the landscape is unique. Famous for Camel Safaris. Lovely old town, with many great guesthouses.
Audioguide is free and interesting.