Shri Mohangarh Fort: The Youngest Fort of India and famous for many Bollywood movies. Now converted into a premier heritage hotel it is an architectural delight.
Hadda Fort situated near Kala Doongar Temple.
Kuldera: Abandoned Village.
Lodurva: Ancient Capital of Jaisalmer and a Jain Pilgrim centre.
Fossil Park: Houses Wood and Stone Fossils dating back to thousands of years.
Sam Sand Dunes: Pockets of Sand Dunes at Village Sam which is a hot spot for tourists for camel rides.
Desert National Park: Deer and Birds breed in a protected environment. It also has some exotic variety of desert plants.
Tanot Mata Temple / Border: The Devi temple maintained by BSF is a popular getaway for those wanting to see the border with Pakistan.
Jaisalmer Fort & Temples: The fort is almost 900 years old and is of National importance. It is a protected monument and is a living Fort with over 3000 residents approximately. The Golden Fort is built on a Triangular hill and therefore the Fort is also Triangular with 99 bastions. The Jain temples are heavily carved and of National importance.
Main Market: Leather Wear (Camel skin & bone) & some antique shops.
Patwon-ki-Haveli: Built in around 1850 by rich merchants of Jaisalmer who used to trade between India and Persia. They are a protected monument today.
Nathmal-ki-Haveli: Built by a Rich merchant of Jaislamer and of Heritage importance.
Salim Singh ki Haveli: Built by a Deewan of Jaisalmer for his own residential purpose.
Gadisar Lake: A Lake in Jaisalmer Town with a Historic Shiv Temple.