Hotel Marugarh Group

Nearby Attractions

Nature, adventure, beauty and more!

Your stay at Marugarh Camp & Resort, Jaisalmer, is just the beginning of an unforgettable exploration of the Golden City. While the resort itself promises a luxurious escape amidst the dunes, the broader canvas of Jaisalmer beckons with its rich history, vibrant culture, and awe-inspiring landscapes. So, lace up your boots and prepare to embark on a journey beyond the camp, where ancient forts whisper tales of valor, desert sands hold secrets of resilience, and temples stand as testaments to faith.

A Touch of History

Jaisalmer Fort (32 km)

Rising majestically from the Thar Desert, the Jaisalmer Fort, also known as Sonar Quila (Golden Fort), is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-visit for any history buff. Explore its intricate carvings, climb its ramparts for breathtaking panoramic views, and wander through its labyrinthine lanes, soaking in the stories etched in every stone.
Pay homage to the brave soldiers who defended the Thar at the Jaisalmer War Museum. Witness a poignant collection of war memorabilia, weapons, and photographs, and gain a deeper understanding of Jaisalmer’s rich military heritage.

Jaisalmer War Museum (45 km)

Nature's Embrace

Desert National Park (32 km)

Immerse yourself in the stark beauty of the Thar at the Desert National Park. Spot elusive desert foxes, graceful blackbucks, and majestic chinkaras amidst the undulating sand dunes. This protected haven shelters a unique ecosystem, offering a glimpse into the raw spirit of the desert.

Spiritual Sojourn

Embark on a pilgrimage to the Tanot Rai Mata Mandir, a revered temple dedicated to a local deity believed to protect soldiers. Witness the unwavering faith of devotees and soak in the serene atmosphere of this desert sanctuary.

Tanot Rai Mata Mandir (120 km)

Architectural Gems

Patwon Ki Haveli (30 km)

Marvel at the intricate artistry of Jaisalmer’s havelis, or merchant mansions. The Patwon Ki Haveli, with its ornate facades and delicate carvings, is a testament to the city’s rich architectural heritage.
Step back in time at Longewala, a border outpost that witnessed fierce battles during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. Explore war memorials and bunkers, and pay tribute to the soldiers who valiantly defended the nation.

Longewala (120 km)

Temple Trail

Muhar Mahadev (21 km)

Located within the Jaisalmer Fort, this ancient Shiva temple is renowned for its intricate carvings and serene atmosphere.
Perched atop a hill, this Jain temple offers panoramic views of the city and is known for its peaceful ambiance and beautiful architecture.

Nabh Dungar (21 km)

Lodhruva Jain Temple (30 km)

This 12th-century Jain temple is a hidden gem, boasting exquisite carvings and a tranquil courtyard.
This 8th-century temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is a testament to the region’s rich cultural heritage.

Shiva temple, Khaba village

These are just a few of the many treasures that await you beyond the Marugarh Camp Resort. So, venture out, explore, and discover the magic that Jaisalmer holds in store. Remember, the true beauty of this Golden City lies not just in its sights, but also in the stories it whispers, the emotions it evokes, and the memories it creates.
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