Desert National Park
The The Desert National Park is a phenomenal case of the eco-arrangement of the Thar Desert and its rich fauna. The Sudashri forest post is the best spot for watching wildlife in the Desert National Park. Sand dunes structure under 20 percent of the recreation center, which comprises of jagged rocks, pavements and conservative salt lake bottoms, between average zones and fixed ridges.
Its occupants incorporate the blackbuck, chinkara, wolf, Indian fox, desert fox, rabbit and desert cat. Flights of sand-grouse start coming to waterholes from sunrise onwards. One can likewise hear the morning call of the dim partridge. Blue tailed and green honey bee eaters, normal and bush quail and Indian rollers are flying creatures, which are generally found around waterholes. The park is additionally home to the incomparable Indian bustard - the state winged creature of Rajasthan. To visit the Desert National Park walled in area at Sudhasari, earlier consent is required from the Desert National park office and office of the District Magistrate, Jaisalmer.
Akal Wood Fossil Park
Only 17 Kms from Jaisalmer on Barmer Road are fossilized wood of 180 millions years of age timberland.