Royal Camps



Sightseeing is an activity of visiting places of interest in a particular region or location. Jaisalmer sightseeing is very famous across the world and also within the domestic boundaries. There are so many places to visit in Jaisalmer for tourist.
The places are Jaisalmer Fort: Jaisalmer fort is the massive yellow sandstone fortification that maintains the raj mahal and many havelis. Best Jaisalmer desert camp sam sand dunes SAM sand dunes for sure are one of the recommended places to see. Approximately 42 kilometers from the jaisalmer city it is located. Te best time to visit SAM sand dunes is at the time of jaisalmer desert festival.

Gadisar Lake

Gadi Sagar Lake is one of the important tourist attraction in jaisalmer. It is man-made water reservoir because the main purpose of to build this lake as a water conservation tank. In jaisalmer gadi Sagar Lake was one and only source of water which fulfills the people needs. It was constructed by the first ruler of Jaisalmer Raja Rawal Jaisal. It was surrounded by temples and Ghats. It is the best place to visit for sightseeing tour in Jaisalmer, which is today tourist hangout. This lake is encircles several temples. During gangour festival, is best time to visit. And also it is best place for the one who want some peace time in the severe surrounding of the lake.

Bada Bag

Bada bagh literal meaning is ‘big garden’ which is located on ramgarh road. Also known as Bara bagh is a garden complex about 6 kilometers north of Desert camp in Jaisalmer. Bada bagh is situated on a small hill the entry to bada bagh is from the bottom of the hill. It features a series of royal cenotaphs or in other words chhaatris of jaisalmer maharajas, including that of jai singh II (maharaja swai jai singh). The first cenotaph in the region was built for jai singh II by his son, lunkaran, in the 16th century.

Patwon Ki Haweli

Patwon ki haweli is one of the must place to visit in Luxury Desert camp in Jaisalmer. It is one of the largest havelis in Rajasthan which maintains beautiful jharokhas, archways and gateways, wall painting. It almost takes 55 years to built and completed by sons. It is the cluster of five havelis started by Guman Chand Patwa, a wealthy banker. The 5 mansions are meant for 5 patwa brothers. At present, there is one haveli where guest are to be welcomed, while two others are under the authority of archeological survey of India. Inside the mansion, there is a museum and an antique furniture shop for the visitors. The mansion is being constructed by yellow sandstone with brown gateway. The walls are adomed with exquisite mirror works and very attractive, adorable or we can say beautiful paintings. 


Kuldhara is another jaisalmer’s ancient and abandoned village. It was established in 13 century. It was a prosperous village of Paliwal Brahmins. Abandoned by early 19 century the reason behind the abandoned is a kind of mystery for all or we can say it was abandoned for the unknown reason.

It was the largest village in the community that is considered of 84 villages but it was vanished in the early 19 century all people were vanished in the dark. Approximately, 83 villages were also vanished. Hence, it is considered as one of the haunted place in India.