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Camel Safari at Thar DesertWhen you plan a camel safari, you will have to get used to about only one thing. It's a balancing act and getting used to the movement of the camel. This creature may look aloof but it's also known as the lifeline for desert people. Major mode of transportation in deserts depends on camels only, which also is known as the "Ship of the desert". How about camping on small pond sites, experience spending the night under the stars and jive on the tunes of the musicians. People have been enjoying Camel Safari for ages. Same desert experience can still be enjoyed in Sam Sand Dunes in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. Special cultural performances are also organized by Rajasthan tourism department for the entertainment of tourists in evening. Camps are specially set for the travellers, which serve traditional Rajasthani meals in the company of warm hearted Rajasthani people.

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Major Camel Safaris Regions in India

Though camel safari is mostly done in different parts of Rajasthan, there are a few other places where you can enjoy your India camel safari. But, the Thar Desert always remains to be the best and the favourite of adventure sports lovers, when it comes to experiencing a camel safari in India in its truest sense.

Thar Desert Camel Safari
The vast Thar Desert of Rajasthan are organized with skill and imagination in Rajasthan. It's duration may vary from 4 to 15 days. Minimum time duration doesn't exceed the duration of one week.. A world of its own, The Thar is dotted with dunes and patchily covered with xerophylic shrubs besides its own distinctive wildlife. You'll encounter the warmth of hospitable villagers and ruins of historic forts and palaces of Rajasthan while taking up a camel caravan.

All the places around Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Bikaner are the best suitable for camel safari. Bikaner-Jaisalmer safari is about 11 days long. It covers 25 to 30 km a day, along a route known to none but the camel riders. Shekhawati region is the best option to the desert heartland. Ramgarh, Nawalgarh, Dundlod, Mandawa and Churu are some of the towns located in this region. One or two-day camel safari trips can also be organized here. The safari routes may incorporate interesting variations as Jaisalmer to Rann of Kutch in Gujarat. Pushkar and Nagaur in the winter season of October to March are the most suitable for special camel safaris. These two cities have their popular cattle fairs.

Chambal Camel Safari
These are another attractions coming up in the safari circuit. It's a fine instance of eco-friendly tourism in rural India. Chambal Safari provides the chance to witness the rich heritage and wildlife legacy set against arid backdrop. It's a must for visitors to Agra. It revolves around two key activities, a river cruise conducted by Pathanias. It takes you along Chambal river for 30 km and provides close encounters with Ghariyals and Crocodiles. Camel safari takes you to the picturesque Atar Fort.

Sites of Camel Safari in India

Camel Safari Mostly, the India camel safari sites are located in the western part of the Indian subcontinent. Places like Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Bikaner are most famous camel safari sites in India. Given below is a list of popular sites of camel safari in India.
Camel Safari Tours in India

Travellers can easily choose from a range of camel safari tours. Ranging from one single day to a couple of days, camel safari is one of the most liked adventure sports in India. You can go for 2-7 days camel safari; in a single day you can traverse a distance of 40-50 km on a camel. Bikaner, Khimsar, Osiyan and Jaisalmer are the major camel safari sites in the state of Rajasthan. At nightfall, halts are arranged close to desert villages, where you can not only interact with locals and tribal folks but can also enjoy cultural performances and gorge on steaming Rajasthani delicacies.

Camel Safari Tips

There are certain other facts also to keep in mind while travelling the desert regions of the Thar. If you have booked a camel safari trip in Thar with prior reservations. It would be better if you check them before leaving for your desert safari trip. Weather conditions in desert is very extreme so you are advised to carry a good backup of plenty of portable water to avoid dehydration, sun screen, goggles, and a first aid kit.

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