Gadisar Lake is a must visit destination in the beautiful yet the blazing city of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. It is a scenic rainwater lake excavated in 1367. You can experience the grace of this wonderful site while lingering at the comfort of The Gateway Hotel, Rawalkot, Jaisalmer. It offers you one of the best accommodation options among the Jaisalmer hotel packages.
When you leave the hustle and bustle of the town and wander around the outskirts of the city, Gadisar Lake is one among the main attractions that you will end up in. It had once been the sole supply of water to the barren city that lies in the heart of Thar Desert. It is an artificial reservoir and it automatically retains fresh water.
Moreover, there are plenty of activities that visitors can take part in. One can select between feeding fish while paddling a boat or while strolling around the lake. It is one of the greatest pleasures of many that visit this setting. You should definitely give it a shot if you’re visiting the lake with little ones. Furthermore, you can also sit on the nearby temples or in the seating area to revel in the impassivity of the environs.
Furthermore, according to the experience of many that visited this place, it is an ideal location to witness the sun-setting. Many take up boat rides to observe this fascinating sight during the dusk. In addition, you can also spend some peaceful time while gazing at the serene waters. Watching calm water can be a great feeling when you’re on vacation.
Another stunning panorama that you should not miss while visiting the lake, is the sight of the Thar Desert from the steps leading to the lake. It is also likely to witness few migratory birds around Gadisar Lake, if you visit during the winter season. However, do not forget to take your binoculars to observe the surroundings as well as your camera with you to capture these amazing moments for future!
Thanuja Silva is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Auburn Silver. She has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+