Khamma Ghani to Jaisalmer!

Tao's Lakhamana Desert Camp is one of the best desert camp in Jaisalmer. We believe that Jaisalmer is the perfect holiday destination, as, in addition to sightseeing, our desert camp in Jaisalmer offers a number of recreational activities. Our resort honours and also takes inspiration from Jaisalmer's rich culture and history by incorporating it into our resort.

The Golden City in the state of Rajasthan, is located 575 Kilometres from the state capital Jaipur. This town built out of yellowish sandstone lies in the heart of The Great Indian Desert - Thar and it is crowned by the historic Jaisalmer Fort. With its rich history located in the streets of vibrant neighborhoods against the calm sands of Jaisalmer, travel guides are replete with recommendations to tourists for Sightseeing in Jaisalmer.

Explore Tao Lakhamana Desert Camp (a desert safari camp in Jaisalmer) with this ultimate guide to Jaisalmer. Our guide is filled with everything from little-known secrets for navigating this spectacular state to our insider tips for finding popular and off-the-beaten-track restaurants, shops, and getaways. Regardless of whether you plan to escape, go wild, or just blend in, we hope that our guide will be the first of many adventures, experiences, and memories at Jaisalmer.

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Bhadariya Rai Temple

Although underground wine sellers are a familiar concept, underground libraries are significantly surreal and yet, In a small village called Bhadariya, there is one in or rather under the heart of Rajasthan. It is one of Asia's largest libraries and contains 9 lac books displayed neatly behind 562 glass shelves. Once you enter the space you won't be able to stop yourself from exploring each and every aisle..

Fossil Park

The fossil park is a natural wonder, containing wood fossilized from a 180-million-year-old forest.There are fossils lying deep inside this 21 hectare park and ongoing excavation activities are still taking place.This region has been preserved and protected for its archaeological significance.

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War Museum

It is also an apt tribute to the gallant soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice to defend the motherland that the Jaisalmer War Museum is considered one of the top war museums in Rajasthan by the international online travel guide TripAdvisor.

Desert National Park

The Desert National Park, Rajasthan near Jaisalmer, the Desert National Park is one of the largest national parks in India, covering 3162 Km2. the Desert National Park is a great example of the ecosystem of the Thar desert with abundance of Birdlife.

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Patwon Ki Haveli

Patwon ki Haveli is a cluster of five small havelis and also one of the largest havelis in Rajasthan. It took nearly 55 years for Guman Chand Patwa, a wealthy banker, who started to build Patwon ki Haveli, which was later completed by his sons.

NathmalJi Ki Haveli

A visit to Jaisalmer would be incomplete without seeing the marvellous architecture of Nathmal Ji Ki Haveli. According to the facts, this mansion was being constructed simultaneously, resulting in a similar but non-identical left and right side. As well as its outstanding exterior carvings, this haveli has a beautiful interior filled with paintings and modern amenities.

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Salem Singh ji Ki Haveli

Nathmal-ki-Havali is a beautiful 300-year old haveli located near Jaisalmer's railway station and is one of the premier havelis in the heart city due to its historical significance and architectural splendour.

Gadisar Lake

Built by the first ruler of Jaisalmer, Raja Rawal Jaisal, the Gadisar Lake was once the only source of water in Jaisalmer. The lake's bank is adorned with Chattris, Temples, Shrines, and Ghats in intricately carved carvings.

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Jaisalmer Fort

Jaisalmer Fort is located in Jaisalmer, India. is reportedly one of the few (if not the only) "living forts" on earth, since one-fourth of the old city’s population resides inside the fort today. As the sun sets, the massive yellow sandstone walls, the fort appears as a tawny lion during the day, fading to a honey-gold tone at dusk, giving it the name Sonar Quila, or Golden Fort.

Amar Saagar Lake

Sitting next to the Amar Singh Palace of the 17th Century is an Oasis, small and a beautiful Amar Sagar lake.

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Tanot Mata ka Mandir

Located in the western state of Rajasthan, Tanot Mata Mandir is 150 Kms from the Jaisalmer Safari Camp. The oldest Charan literature describes Tanot Mata as a divine clone.Villagers often attribute the outcome of the 1971 Indo-Pakistani War to the temple near the village's border with Pakistan, and very close to the Longewala battle site. Tourists are prohibited to go beyond this temple to see the Indo–Pak Border unless permission in advance from the District and Military Authorities.

Kuldhara

Located in Jaisalmer, the abandoned village of Kuldhara is a tourist attraction. The village was once a prosperous Paliwal Brahmin settlement that was established around the 13th century.Originally from Pali, these migrants were called Paliwals. The former village contains the remains of 410 buildings.

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BadaBagh

BadaBagh is situated on a small hill with its entry starting from the bottom of the hill. There are several cenotaphs of various sizes carved out of sandstone that you can start seeing few from the first row to many as you climb the hill. There are cenotaphs for rulers, queens, princes and other royal family members. The inscriptions about the ruler and an image of a man on a horse can be seen on Each ruler’s cenotaphs on a marble slab below it.

VyasChattri

VyasChhatri, a beautiful example of Rajasthani architecture, is dedicated to sage Vyaas, the author of the epic Mahabharata. The carvings on this cenotaph are intricate and make for a striking sight.

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Wind Mill

The windmill park at Jaisalmer is one of the largest operational onshore windmill farms. Located right in between the 2 mountain ranges the Vindhya and the Himalayas, and near the Yamuna river.

Khaba Fort

One of Jaisalmer's most fascinating and slightly spooky forts, Khaba Fort, was once inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins. There still are ruins of approximately 80 homes from some 200 years ago that once stood within the fort.

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Ludharwa

Known for its surrounding sand dunes and architectural ruins, it is a popular tourist destination today. Camping and cultural evenings are ideal in Jaisalmer, because of its golden fort, sand dunes, and enchanting palaces.The temple of the 23rd Tirthankara is another reason why Ludrawa is famous.For a camping tour is a must on the bucket list of anyone who wishes to see the real essence of Rajasthan.

Special Attraction Of Sound And Light Music Programme

We have started the first-ever "light and sound" music festival in Jaisalmer and are offering a package deal consisting of pick up and drop, admission, and snacks, so that you can enjoy it without worrying about how to get there.

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