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Camel Safaris

Camel commonly known as the ship of the desert, is much popular in the state of Rajasthan. Camel Safari is one of the best and unique ways to explore the mirages of great India desert of Thar. Thar is known for its own world, as the vast stretch of sand is dotted with dunes and xerophytic shrubs. A journey on the back of the Camel, brings tourists to small villages of Rajasthan, where one can closely view the vibrant culture, colourful traditions and their hardships.

A typical Camel Safari takes one to the architectural ruins of Lodurva, the oasis at Anasagar, the sand dunes of the Samm and the water source of Moolsagar. Besides, the Camel Safari also takes one to wildlife areas of Rajasthan, like Bharatpur, Sariska etc.

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Camel Safari Ranges
Camel Safari in India is mainly centred around the state of Rajasthan, in the regions of Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Bikaner. The desert land of Rajasthan offers different ranges of safaris, including the short range safari along Jaisalmer to long safaris. A Camel Safari on Jaisalmer- Jodhpur-Bikaner route takes one close to the old palaces, havelis or courtyard, temples and other structures of architectural importance. Big town generally not comes on this route, so tourists can choose any route.

Duration of Camel Safari
The duration of Camel Safari tours varies between 2 to 7 days, with longer ones up to two weeks. Tourists can chose Camel Safari tour according to their convenience. Shorter, one day long Camel Safari provides a glimpse of the desert land, while longer, one or two week long give a close understanding of desert. You would not only have the thrill but will have opportunity to gain the first hand experience of rustic environ, to admire the real Rajasthan and an opportunity to mingle with the local villagers.

Points one must keep in mind
As Camel Safaris are usually organized in winters, desert nights can be very cold, so woollens are an essential part of your packing. It is necessary to carry sweaters, jackets, warm sleeping bag and blanket. Some of the woolen items are provided by the Camel Safari organizer also.

In the daytime, the bright sun can be harmful, so one must carry a sun hat, a pair of sun glasses, moisturizers, lip salve, suntan lotion or cream. During the Camel Safari one can wear the scarves or balaclava around the neck and the forehead. Camel Safari friendly umbrellas are also available in Jodhpur. Drink plenty of water before starting the Camel Safari, to avoid the dehydration.

Always carry a first aid kit as well as other essential items of day-to-day use, as you might need them. In some Camel Safaris, mineral water is not a part of the package, in that case you will have to carry your own water bottle. Carrying torch and knife is also advisable.

Camel Safari in Thar Desert
Rajasthan's Thar is the only desert in world which is rich in colour and culture (in most other deserts, for example, the people wear only white), and warm with the hospitality of courtly traditions. These find a reflection in the camel safari too. And the splendor of the desert combined with the experience of camping and riding in it, truly makes one of the most impressive activities for travelers. It also brings alive an era when this was the way a elements to create romantic kingdoms in the desert. Safaris to Jodhpur to Jaisalmer to Sam, and to Bikaner are the most familiar routes. It is a romantic, though trying way of exploring the desert interiors-vast stretches of sand, deserted and haunted villages, and inhabited villages.

When to go
Most camel safaris are organised in the winter, when the weatherís good. Rajasthanís summers are almost unbearably hot and dry, so going on a camel safari during this time is virtually impossible. November to March, when days are cool (and nights cold!) is when most camel safaris are organised.

 

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