Hotel Jaisalgarh

H-2,Shilpgram, Ramgarh Bypass Road, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on H-2,Shilpgram, Ramgarh Bypass Road, Jaisalmer, is near Stok Palace Museum and Tibetan Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer


    A travel blog entry by stuartpaine on Feb 26, 2014

    9 photos

    ... last night - the same as they said they would give us an early call which never happened. Always rely on yourself and no-one else when it comes to travelling - although there are exceptions...
    The one sweet thing they did for us was supply us with a take away breakfast for the train journey - a cheese sarnie, crisps, boiled eggs, banana, and a carton of orange juice.

    We got to the station with about 10 minutes to spare. I put my bag on my back and Gem decided ...

    Day 31: Jaisalmer - Camels & Desert

    A travel blog entry by mfln31 on Feb 01, 2014

    ... of us were on the same one. Anyone who knows of my terrible balance will already be laughing at the thought of me perched precariously on top of a massive camel! Indeed it was safe to say that I was out of my comfort zone and bricking it. Also, unfortunately the camel driver decided to bring along his grandson (I suppose) who looked about 4 and was a devil child, trying to annoy our camel and throw empty bottles under his legs! We were both cursing the little sod. ...

    The Jewel of the Great Thar Desert

    A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on Jan 18, 2014

    356 photos

    ... wild camels. The bull male was acting quite aggressively towards us, stomping around and rolling around in the sand. We continued trekking back into the hills and stopped for lunch near a sand dune.

  • At the lunch spot, we met two extra members to our group, Marco (aka Mahmoud, a Tunisian/German business management student) and Guy (New Zealand law student). For lunch, we enjoyed the same desert curry from yesterday then chilled out in the sun for a few ...

  • Taj Mahal, Tigers and Forts Oh My!

    A travel blog entry by emandtim on Nov 16, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... it turned out pretty well:)

    After Agra we were off to Ranthambhore. On our way there we visited the Fatehpur Sikri fort. What was really cool about this place was how when it was built they had integrated details and symbols from Islam, Christianity and Hinduism. The reason for this was that the owner, one of the Mughals, had 3 wives, one who was Christian, one Hindu and one Muslim. Pretty cool how all the religions were valued as high and equally supported, ...

    Ships of the desert

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Nov 08, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... and join the tussle for a taxi. We get a jeep and already the driver is trying to sell us a tour to the desert. Not in this rust bucket we think but look interested without committing as it's just easier than arguing. We get dumped just down the road from the city gates. We should have taken the auto rickshaw as it appears they are allowed inside the fort gates. We climb the steep road which must be 45 degrees incline dragging our luggage over the uneven cobbles - ...