Location: A man-made lake, Gadsisar Lake is situated on the southern side of Jaisalmer. Entered through the Tilon-ki-Pol, this water reservoir was built by the Jaisalmer’s first ruler, Raja Rawal Jaisal in the 12th century. Travelers can easily reach this lake as it lies at a distance of just 2 km from the railway station.
Description: Once a reserve that regulated water supply of this entire arid city, Gadi Sagar has now become a tourist destination. Visitors in large number throng this place to seek some seclusion from the busy city life. Exquisitely carved temples, ghats, chhatris and shrines adorn this place. Different migratory birds that hover over the place add to the beauty of the lake. A picture perfect place, this lake offers a number of opportunities for a person interested in photography.
Activities: A tourist’s delight, Gadi Sagar attracts the attention of a large number of visitors. A boat ride in his lake is a captivating experience in itself. Tourists can visit different temples that lie in the vicinity of this lake. Local guides are easily available here and they help the visitors by taking them around the lake. A stroll around the Gadi Sagar Lake offers pleasant experience to the visitors.