A biking trip from Jaipur to Jaiselmer is undoubtedly the best way to explore the culture and go beyond nature. Besides this, the region is filled with heritage sites like Forts, palaces and other monuments. Jaipur to Jaisalmer by road is 568 km.
So let’s just get into the map.
The first destination of the journey also Known as “The Pink City” as the city is dressed in pink. Plus, it is the largest city of Rajasthan. Apart from this, there are many fascinated tourist attractions like City Palace, Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar Observatory and many more. Jaipur has a semi-arid climate. In summers the temperature reaches up to 40-45 degrees Celsius. The best time to visit Jaipur is from October to March.
Jobner is a town and a municipality in Jaipur district and the second spot of the journey. It has an elevation of 400 meters. This place is famous for the temple of Goddess Jwala Mata, situated on the hill in Jobner. Thousands of pilgrims visit every year during the festival of Navratra Parashar to seek blessings of goddess Jwala Mata.
The third spot of the journey and “The Lost City”. The city is filled with Havelis and Forts. The local Forts are a famous tourist attraction. Some Havelis have opened the door for foreign tourists. One can also find man fresco paintings on the surface of the wall. Places like Kuchaman Fort, Meera Mahal, Jal Mahal, Sabha Prakash and many more are the best sightseeing spots.
The fourth location of the journey and the birthplace of Meera Bai and Abul Fa0zal. It’s an area of thorns scrubs and desert. This city was also mentioned in the Mahabharata era and was known as Bangladesh. Some famous attractions are Nagaur Fort, Ladnun, Khatu, Bade peer saheb dargah.
This city is a tourism hub located in the district of Jodhpur. Phalodi is also called the “Salt City”. The city is famous for its historical palaces, artwork and salt business. Phalodi has a semi-arid climate. An important tourist attraction in Phalodi is the Lal Niwas.
This haveli is built out of red sandstone. This haveli is a work of outstanding artistry.
The sixth and final destination of the journey Jaisalmer, also known as “The Golden City”. This city is a major tourist spot in Rajasthan especially The Jaisalmer Fort which is carved from the golden-honey sandstone. The fort is furnished with a royal palace and Jain temples The beauty of this city lies in the heart of the THAR desert (The Great Indian Desert). Jaisalmer is famous for its camel safari, a ride through the desert. A visit to Rajasthan would be incomplete without visiting the dunes.