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13. October 2012 by Admin 1 Comments




Pushkar is well known for camel safari. All those who travel to the holy town of Pushkar should never ignore a chance to go on a camel safari. This is a great way to walk around the vast expanse of the desert landscape in Pushkar which pulls travelers from every corner of the world. The most attractive means of exploring the desert around Pushkar is by camel safari and almost everyone who comes here goes on one.


Camel Safari in Pushkar is a great knowledge where one can look at the rugged terrain of the Great Indian Desert of Sahara using camels as ones carriers. The Aravalli Range here are one of the world's oldest, and have sandy fields, small dunes, beautiful hills and mesmerizing sunrises and sunsets. The camel safaris in Pushkar take one to the destination where one witnesses small villages along the way and if one happens to visit during crop harvesting, the views are exceptionally alluring .




Camel Safari in Pushkar is a once in a lifetime knowledge. Camel Safaris are surely the ideal way to spend time exploring the rural and royal Rajasthan. Camel Safari in Pushkar is an exciting activity, which takes you through the golden sands of the vast Thar Desert given that the glimpse of the desert everyday life through remote villages. One can ride or walk along leisurely with the Camel safari and take pleasure in the deserts cape. Our camel carts are fully seted and tourists need not bother about comfort in the desert.


The special cultural performance on the sand dunes, the camps set up for the travelers, the traditional Rajasthani meals and the charming hamlets with friendly folks, all together make Camel Safaris on of the special adventure tour in India.


Special Tips For Camel Safari



Besides riding the camel there are assured other facts too that you should keep in mind while traveling the desert regions of the Pushkar.

» Get information about the weather.

» The weather in desert is great so do carry a good backup of plenty of handy water to avoid drying out, sun screen, goggles, and a first aid kit.

» Visitors are requested to dress modeinstly since the safari passes in close proximity of villages. A Sola-Topee, is the local Rajasthani turban or some kind of head protection is essential too.

» The clothes that you are going to wear should also provide your skin breathing space, because of the hot climate you are tend to sweat. Its better to wear cotton clothes and loose fitted ones and wear shoes, avoid exposing your skin as much as possible or you'll get a sun burn. 


United States pawan said:

very nice info.

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