Jaisalmer, also known as the "Golden City", stands as a timeless remembrance of India's rich history and enchanting culture, nestled within the enormous stretch of Thar Desert. Let's journey through this captivating city, where ancient charm meets modern adventures, creating an experience that resonates through time. Read on for a list of things to do in Jaisalmer in 2 days.
Camel Ride: Into the Desert's Heart
Hop on a camel for a journey into Thar Desert. The golden sand here stretches endlessly, as far as you can see, seemingly meeting with the horizon. Swaying gently atop your camel, with the sun creating a canvas of orange and purple hues during a breathtaking sunset, will for sure make it to your list of 'unforgettable sunsets'.
Safari: Wilderness Unveiled
Escape the city for a thrilling jeep safari through the raw beauty of Thar Desert. Navigate rugged terrains, encounter nomadic tribes, discover hidden oases and witness wildlife in its natural habitat.
Historical Marvel: Jaisalmer Fort
Step into Jaisalmer Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During your visit to this proud symbol of the city's history, wander through its maze-like alleys, marvel over intricate carvings and rise to tower ramparts for panoramic views of the Golden City.
Flying Above Dunes: Parasailing Adventure
Feel the thrill as you soar above Thar Desert on a parasailing adventure. Let the gentle breeze carry you away, offering a bird's-eye view of golden sands and the majestic Jaisalmer Fort.
Conquer the Desert: Quad Bike Expedition
Pump up your adrenaline while riding a quad bike through the undulating dunes. Feel the rush of navigating challenging terrain, leaving trails of sand in your wake.
Embark on a culinary journey savoring authentic flavors. Try Ker Sangri, a traditional Rajasthani dish, or indulge in Lal Maas, a mutton curry cooked in yoghurt and spices.
Haveli Exploration and Sunset at Gadisar Lake
Wander Jaisalmer's streets exploring the numerous Havelis - traditional mansions adorned with intricate carvings. Step inside Patwon Ki Haveli, the most famous of these, while marvelling at its intricate mirror work and carvings.
As the day ends, head to Gadisar Lake, a man-made oasis in the desert. Witness the mesmerising sunset dominating the sky and painting a memorable picture.