Lakhamana Desert Camp Activities
The Jaisalmer, this splendid, beautiful and rustic city is a place of heaven when it comes to Forts, Havelis, Rajwadas and Palaces with exotic locales, tourist attractions and excursions to explore. The tourists can explore the nearby places in a day, go on an excursion and return back to the hotel by evenings. Since Jaisalmer has large number tourist's excursion to visit, so it is nearly impossible to visit all the tourist attractions of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan during a single tour.
There are numbers of things to do in Jaisalmer; Jaisalmer is full of historical places. You can explore Amar Sagar or also called Bada Sagar to experience the culturally rich heritage of this exotic place.
Another place to explore is the Fossil Park to know the geological past and present of the place. The tourist can also visit Desert National park to enjoy wildlife and conservation. And the tourists who like the solitude and want to experience the calmness and peace from your routine life, then the trip to the Phalodi will be a great experience.
There is so much to see and explore in this desert yellow sandstone city 'The Jaisalmer'. Yet another excursion to explore are the popular tourist spots the Sam Sand Dunes and the Khuri Sand Dunes.
Attractions of excursions from Jaisalmer
Sam Sand Dunes
Sam Sand Dunes is the best locales to experience the Camel safari along with the scenic beauty of the location. It is situated 42 kilometres from Jaisalmer and it is one of the chief attractions of excursion. The excursion is entrenched with a lot of enthusiasm. And in the evenings the tourists can enjoy the local Rajasthani folk songs and dance.
Khuri Sand Dunes
Khuri Sand Dunes in Khuri village is located 40 kms from Jaisalmer. The Khuri Sand Dunes is another excursion famous for its changing and uneven Sand Dunes and for camel rides and this changing sand dunes are about 80 metres height with mesmerizingly beautiful sun setting between the dunes. And to add to the beautiful Sun set and night you will be served dinner here under the black blanket full of white twinkling lights.
Bada Bagh & Chattris
Bada Bagh or Huge Garden and Chattris that is 7 km towards north of Jaisalmer. Here there is a gigantic dam built by Raja Jai Singh II and completed by his son at Bada Bagh.
Though the Bada Bagh (Big Gardens) and Chattris have acquired a strange exquisiteness and old antique look, here we can witness the sculptures and monument of the earlier rulers that was formerly a haven in the grounds of Thar.
The Lodhurva is 15 kms towards northwest of the Jaisalmer city and it was founded by the Lodra Rajputs. And later in 10th century Lodhurva was handed down to the Bhatti Devaraja. The tourist must visit this place see the remains of the isolated ancient capital-city of Jaisalmer.
The Manvar is yet another place to incorporate in your excursion plan and it is famous for its incredible mustard and red chilli fields in the middle of the desert. The Manvar is also famous for unexplored Sand Dunes, Chinkara, Peacocks and Desert fox. You can also see Craftsmen at work cobbler making handmade Jutti's. Here you can also explore camel safaris and see extraordinarily beautiful sunset. The tourist can stay at a Desert Camp with all the amenities and services or you can also stay at a traditional Rajasthani hut that gives the tourist an experience of a rural village.
The Pokhran is famous for conducting nuclear tests in India. It is here that India on 18 May 1974 carried out its first nuclear test. Along with this test, there were 5 more test carried out on 11 May 1998. From Jaisalmer, Pokhran is situated 112 kms and it is also famous for some intriguing mythological legends connected to this place.
According to the legends, Lord Rama wanted to dry up the SriLankan seas so he fixed his bow with a powerful arrow that produced immense heat. Others persuaded Lord Rama not to do so; Lord Rama as an alternative fired it into the mythical river Saraswati as an effect the river Saraswati dried out making Pokhran a barren desert.
The Kuldhara in Jaisalmer is 25 km towards north, Kuldhara is a 400-year old village that was abandoned and isolated but recently it has been re-populated and it is well-known for its Camel treks.
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