Pali is just 70 kms away fom Jodhpur and it is a famous pilgrimage known for its historic temples. One must visit Pali.
Lakhotia Garden– Lakhotia Garden, one of the famous tourist spots is located in the heart of the Pali City. A beautiful Shiva temple is located in the middle of the garden. This beautiful garden is surrounded by a pond known as Lakhotia and a city tank.
Navalakha Temple– The Navalakha Temple was constructed in the 10th century. This temple is also known as the Naulakha Jain Temple and is dedicated to Parshwanath, the 23rd Tirthankara of the Jain religion and famous for its architectural style.
Somnath Temple– Somnath Temple is located in the main market of Pali. This shrine was built by the King of Gujrat, Kumarpal Solanki in Vikram Samvat 1209.
Adishwar Temple– Adishwar Temple famously known by other name ‘Chaumukha Temple’ also. This 15th century temple known for unique architectural style of a Nalinigulm Vimana, a heavenly aircraft.
Bangur Museum– Bangur Museum, named after Mr. Bangur Juar is one of the popular tourist attractions of the Pali City. It is located very close to the old Bus stand of Pali and exhibits a rare collection of ancient, historical and beautiful artistic items such as costumes, coins, and arms.
Nimbo Ka Nath– Nimbo Ka Nath famously known as ‘Nimbo Ka Nath Mahadev Temple’, is the Lord Shiva temple. It is the centre of great faith of Pali’s people and Lord Shiva devotees in Pali.
Surya Narayana Temple– Surya Narayana Temple known for its unique and marvelous architectural design. It was constructed in the 15th century.
Khimsar is about 98 kms away from Jodhpur city and popular for its age old forts and sand dunes.
Khimsar Fort– Khimsar Fort was constructed by Rao Karamsiji, the 8th son of Rao Jodhaji, the founder of Jodhpur in the 16 th century. This yellow-coloured fort is the most popular tourist attraction of Khimsar.
Sand Dunes Village– Sand Dunes Village is a popular heritage hotel located at a distance of 6 km from the Khimsar Fort. This royal hotel is surrounded by artificial sand dunes.
Phalodi is also just 130 kms away from Jodhpur. Bird watchers must visit Phalodi to enjoy the different species.
Phalodi Fort- The Phalodi Fort, the most prominent tourist attraction of Phalodi was constructed in the year 1488 by Rao Hammir Narawat, the grandson of Rao Suja, the King of Marwar, presently known as Jodhpur. This 300 years old fort is famous for its beautiful architectural style.
Lal Niwas- Lal Niwas, a beautiful haveli located in Phalodi was constructed in the year 1750 using red sandstones which render an elegant look to it. Presently it serves as one of the popular heritage hotels in the region and is famous for its elegant interiors where tourists can see attractive artifacts on the walls and beautiful chandeliers adorned with glass cut work.
Ramdevra Temple– Ramdevra Temple is one of the famous tourist attractions located in Phalodi. This temple is famous for an antique idol, which can back date to the 8th century.
Nagaur is about 138 kms away from Jodhpur and is a heritage site.
Hadi Rani Mahal– Hadi Rani Mahal is one of the superb piece of architechture of Rajasthan. The walls and ceilings of this palace are adorned with antique carvings and scriptures.
Jain Temple in Glass– Jain Glass Temple of Nagaur is a complete glass temple which is situated behind the Kamla Tower. This temple is a popular shrine of Jain community. Visitors get amazed by the magnificent glass works inside the temple.
Nagaur Fort– Nagaur Fort is a most important tourist attraction in Nagaur city. This 2nd century fortress is famous for its large campus and high walls. Rebuilt in 12th century, it is famous for its high walls and huge campus.
Deepak Mahal– Deepak Mahal is a marvelously decorated palace in Nagaur fort and known for its unique floral designs on its walls. These designs extends from wall to wall in the Mahal.
Saiji ka Tanka– Saiji ka Tanka is the Samadhi of the saint, Shri Saiji Maharaj. Many tourists and devotees visit it to offers prayers to the saint.