Jaisalmer Tourist review

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Jaisalmer Fort

Rajat Mishra: One of the oldest surviving living fort of the world. It's an amazing place, inhabited by over 4000 people, residents live, work, pray and play inside the fort area. Take a day out from your trip to visit the narrow lanes, handicraft shops with, embroidery works, antiques, paintings, roof top cafes just to name a few.. just visit and experience.

Nitin Yadav: Jaisalmer Fort is a mesmerizing architectural gem with its golden-hued sandstone, rich history, and vibrant cultural life. The panoramic views are a highlight, but be prepared for tourist crowds. Don't miss this historic marvel if you're in Rajasthan.

Jaisalmer Fort, also known as the "Golden Fort," is an enchanting testament to the grandeur of Indian architecture and history.

Jaisalmer Fort is an architectural marvel that seems to have risen from the golden sands of Rajasthan. Its honey-hued sandstone walls stand tall, adorned with intricate carvings that narrate tales of bygone eras. This desert citadel, with its winding lanes and hidden treasures, transports you to a time of valor and grandeur. Watching the sunset from its ramparts is a surreal experience, painting the fort in ethereal shades of gold. A true gem of India's heritage.

Gadisar Lake

Anil: Wonderful escape. Be there in the evening. Sunset is a good experience. Good light and sound show. Good boating facilities. Good place to shoot sunset pictures. Good cafe Mugs for Buds. Must visit there. Great tea and coffee options. Wonderful sandwiches too. Keep aside 2 two hours, for lazy walks, music, sunset, light sound show.

This a very good relaxing place. you can visit here in the evening. there is a small market where you can buy souvenirs and other local stuff. The place is full of tourists and you will find a lot of happening cafes around. there is also a light show at 7.00 pm at the bank of the lake. must visit place in Jaisalmer for relaxing and photography