The golden city of Jaisalmer, which lies as the western sentinel of India, is a place worth Jaisalmer tourism. The golden ray of the setting sun draws a heavenly image on the sands of the Jaisalmer. The magnificent wood- and stone-carved mansions and buildings showing the love of the Royal people towards the fine arts.
Jaisalmer is situated in the western part of the Rajasthan, and the heart of the great Thar Desert. It has to neighbor Pakistan on its western side. On its south, there is the gorgeous city of Bikaner. The eastern part of the Jaisalmer is bordered by Jodhpur, another city of color and tradition. The climate of this city is of a typical desert nature. The population of this city is quite low if you compare to the other parts of the state of Rajasthan. The best time to visit this desert city is the winter season that is November to February when the heat becomes low. The desert festival held during the last winter season of January and February is the most opportune time for the people to visit Jaisalmer.
Fairs & Festivals
The most popular of the local festivals is the camel fair that is held during February of the year. Camel safari, Camel dance, camel races, folk dance, and music are some of the major attractions of this place. People also call it Jaisalmer Desert festival.
Best Time to Visit
Jaisalmer is located in the Thar Desert in the western part of Rajasthan. So it is obvious that during summer the temperature will very high. Travelers visit Jaisalmer to explore the Havelis that Jaisalmer is famous for. But the majority of people also want to experience desert life, camel safari and the excitement of sand dunes. To enjoy all this a pleasing weather is most important as you have to travel a lot under the sun.