Attractions

Sam Sand Dunes

The Jaisalmer luxury camp in Sam Sand Dunes is an unquestionable must-visit in the province of Rajasthan in the environs of the city of Jaisalmer. It is likely that you are going for a desert safari when wanting to visit the Thar Desert, or the consequences will be severe. The purpose of going there is pointless, making the Sam Sand Dunes an increasingly significant vacation spot for the city.

Camel Safari

Being in the city of Royal Tents in Jaisalmer of moving sand ridges, you can’t get away from the seat travel. A rough ride on a camel in the Thar Desert is one of the energizing things to do in Jaisalmer Royal Camps. It enables you to investigate the remote and segregated spots tucked amidst the abandon. Absolutely, the additional time you give on your safari, the more remote spots you are probably going to see and the more you may acclimate to and appreciate the abandoned serenity.

Jaisalmer Fort

Royal Tents in Jaisalmer of Desert Dream Royal provides sightseeing service of Jaisalmer Fort which is broadly known as the Golden Fort of Rajasthan. It was built by Raja Jaisal, a Rajput ruler in the year 1156 AD. It positions among the biggest fortresses on the planet. The brilliant and yellow blended sandstone offers a mysterious look to the Fort. Ascending from the abandoned sands like an illusion, the stronghold is a genuine sight with its 99 turrets amid the night.

Bada Bagh

Royal tent in Jaisalmer of Desert Dream Royal take you to the era of Maharawal Jait Singh’s period saw its development, which was in the start of the sixteenth century. His child Lunakaran finished the development after the passing of his dad. The garden filled in as a dedication where the nobles and their families were incinerated. The garden offers a dazzling perspective. The place is detached. In the event that you visit the place amid dawn and sunset, you are ensured of delightful minutes, which you can’t abstain from clicking.

Patwon-Ki-Haveli

Located at the town center this Patwon Ki Haveli was constructed by a Marwari businessman Guman Chand Patwa and his five sons. Before the development of sea trade, Jaisalmer was part of the silk route connecting to the middle east. Patwons were dealing with gold brocade & silver. There are five haveli’s located within the complex for the five brothers. This Luxury Jaisalmer Desert Camp provides you with a glimpse of Patwon Ki Haveli.

Gadsisar Lake

Royal camps in Jaisalmer give you the glimpse of Gadsisar Lake is one of the major tourist attractions of Jaisalmer. Just leave the madding crowd behind and venture towards the outskirts and you will find yourself next to the famous Gadsisar Lake. Contrary to the popular belief, it is not an oasis but a water conservation tank made around 1400 A.D. by the then maharaja of Jaisalmer, Maharwal Gadsi Singh. Can you believe this structure just outside the city walls once acted as a reservoir that controlled the entire supply of water to the arid city.
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