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Reviewed today via mobile

A must view for visitors to Jaisalmer. Huge castle with an equally huge history. Approx 4000+ people still live there. Very chaotic with lots of sales people. Costs around 500 rupees per person +camera + tips for temples but then every castle and palace charges roughly this amount on average anyway

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Reviewed today via mobile

Great Hotel.Professional staff,Well management.We love Chokhi Dhani Group.Manager and staff are very helpful and couresious.Again we plan to visit in January.Good management.Keep it up.

Feel like family and home.All the amenities àre high standard,staff well professional.I recommend this hotel in web

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Reviewed today

I had visited Jaisalmer Fort with family. Very good fort at Jaisalmer . All Rajasthani items for purchase are available in adjoining shops of Fort . Must visit place , if you are at Jaisalmer

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Reviewed yesterday

It is a special fort, built without water using stones only, known as dry masonry. The charges for the entry are quite high Rs 100/- per person.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A beautiful second oldest fort in Rajasthan with Jain temple inside. Also residential for earlier residents. Very narrow Gail with bike access allowed which spoils the heritage property. Even during approach three wheeler keep plying. Very artistic stone work with old cannon retained. A place for general audience in Raja Karan Mahal. A nice visit with the guide Lalit.

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Reviewed yesterday

Perhaps the only fort in this world where people still live their life. Beautiful narrow streets with wonderful heritage carvings on yellow stones.

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Jaisalmer fort is the best fort in Rajasthan. The Maharaja place and jain temple in fort both were awesome. Don't miss it.

Thank Chetan K
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Nice Fort awesome city views from golden fort . We had spend a great time in Jaisal cafe. Highly recommended.

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Reviewed 2 days ago

The movie made by Satyajit Ray had made this fort popular to the world. There is a rustic element wrt the fort which made it more attractive. The fort is a living fort with a people staying inside be the businessmen or the priests or others. However, the fort could have been maintained in a far better manner by cleaning - some of the fort area is infested with bats and its smell and also pigeons. However, there is a lot to see as well and hiring a guide would put it in an interesting manner. Overall a good experience.

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A spectacular site from distance and a chaotic, heaving maelstrom upon arrival. Narrow streets once populated by wealthy traders and worshippers now almost entirely filled with street traders, travel companies, touts and blaring motorbikes. If you take time to see beyond this, and the signs covering almost every wall then there's a character to be discovered. Get away from the main square, the temples and the crowds to wander the quiet back alleyways. Climb an unassuming staircase to find a cafe with spectacular views of the streets below and prepare for your return journey through the crowds.

Thank aw135
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