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Camel Safari in Rajasthan

The Great Indian Thar Desert of Rajasthan can best be explored through a camel ride, which truly is a lifetime experience. The Aravallis are one of the oldest ranges in world that do not only offer stunning sunrise and sunset views, but also have small sand dunes and vast sand fields.

Camel safaris are perfect to spend a memorable day while exploring the rustic villages and expansive gold sand desert of the royal Rajasthan state. Get a chance to get a glimpse of the lifestyle of the locals who stay in remote  villages. One of the most popular adventure activities in Rajasthan, Camel safari in Thar also includes camping, special folk performances and special elaborate Rajasthani meals with bonfire in the sand dunes

A visit to Rajasthan surely is incomplete if you do not opt for a camel safari. Just sit on the camel’s back who would then walk slowly, letting you treat your eyes to wonderful vistas, around the western part of the Rajasthan state. While some are day-long safaris, the others include night-stay at popular locations such as Sam Sand Dunes of Jaisalmer.

The sights, colors, and sounds of the barren Thar Desert and its sand dunes are going to charm you. When the camel walks through the remote villages of Rajasthan, notice turban clad men and the ladies clad in traditional ghagra-choli smiling at you while indulged in their daily chores. Get a glimpse of a charming desert like this in this wonderful state .

Popular locations for a camel safari: Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Pushkar, Mandwa

Best Time for camel safaris: November to March.

Tips: Carry sun hat, sun glasses and suntan lotion






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