10 Must-Vist Tourist Attractions in Jaisalmer 2022 

Written By

Gopika VC

Plans for a trip to Jaisalmer begin with a visit to this regal marvel of a fort that stands proudly in the city's centre.

Jaisalmer Fort


The location is well-known as the memorial for the 1971 battle of Longewala, which is a significant historical event.

Longewala War Memorial


This artistic and architectural beauty in the land of Jaisalmer is also known as Patwa Haveli.

Kothari’s Patwaon-Ki-Haveli


This Jaisalmer tourist site is located in the city's interior. The lake functions as an oasis in the desert landscape of the city.

Gadisar Sagar Lake


Being a royal city, the city's historic past is particularly impressive. Bada Bagh is a gorgeous compound where you can immerse yourself in pride and splendor.

Bada Bagh


The Desert National Park of Jaisalmer is the largest park in the world, covering 3,162 square kilometers. The park runs from Jaisalmer to the border between India and Pakistan.

Desert National Park


L Narayan Khatri founded Jaisalmer's Thar Heritage Museum. The museum preserves the city's history and culture.

The Thar Heritage Museum


The Maharaja's palace is relatively close to the Jaisalmer fort, making it possible to visit both in a one day.

Maharaja’s Palace


Since the battle of Longewala played an important political role in Jaisalmer's history, there have never been enough memorials for it.

Jaisalmer War Museum


Tourists and locals call Kuldhara, Jaisalmer, a "ghost village." The village's popularity is also due to the "haunted" stories and legends that surround it.

Kuldhara Abandoned Village