So early morning after having amazing scrumptious breakfast in our hotel we headed to explore the city in a rickshaw thankfully the weather was pleasant so we had super fun ☺️. The spectacular royal desert town is charming and mysterious all at the same time. You ll find lots and lots of foreigners from all around the world there living inside the fort. Jaisalmer’s fort is perched on a yellow sandstone ridge, keeping a watchful eye over the ever-spreading town beyond its walls.
We had a walk through Jaisalmer fort, This unique living urban centre, formerly an ancient fort, is home to over 3000 people with shops, people and cows in honeycombed old houses on criss-crossing lanes. Walk past temples and shops and stop for a cup of masala chai on a rooftop restaurant for spectacular panoramic views. Perfectly shaded yellow sandstone walls take you back to a time of battles and reinforcements here.
The entry fee for the fort is Rs.100/pp and Rs.100 for phone or camera photography.
Just after coming out of the fort, get your taste of the local brew at one of the government-approved ‘bhaang’ (hemp) shops!! Where you can have taste of bhang lassi.
Than we headed towards Patwon ki Haveli. Every place is nearby to each other. Patwon Ki Haveli is one of the main attractions that one can look for in the city of Jaisalmer. The Patwon Ki Haveli is a cluster of five small Havelis, the exteriors of which are dipped in an enchanting shade of gold. A must visit place,the story behind the Haveli and the architecture and interior is fascinating. Don’t miss this place
Entry fee :- Rs. 20 for Indians
Rs.100 for foreigners