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Rajasthan Tours: Pushkar Fair, Camel Safari, Sand and Dunes

If there is the Gobi Desert and Arabian Desert in the Middle East, it’s the Thar Desert in India. Located in the north-western state of Rajasthan, the desert is famous for its sand dunes and the plethora of festivals that take place in the latter part of the year amidst sun and sand.

khimsar sand and dunes

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A Safari Ride Atop the Ship of the Desert

What can be better than exploring the vast expanse of the golden dunes of sand on the ship of the desert itself?! You got that right! The Camel Safari in Rajasthan is the ultimate ride to explore & traverse through the sands of the Thar – to discover the vibrantly & colourful culture of the land of the Rajputs on the back of the swaying Camel & feel just like royalty.

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Rajasthan – The Most Glorious States in India

RAJASTHAN IS AMONG THE MOST GLORIOUS STATES IN INDIA, ENDOWED WITH MUCH MORE THAN JUST A SPECTACULAR LANDSCAPE. RAJASTHAN IS NOTORIOUS FOR ITS MIRACULOUS CHARM AND MAGNETIC APPEAL. IT IS THE MOST GIFTED STATE, GIVEN THAT IT HAS PLEASANT HILLS, SCORCHING DESERT AND ALSO THICK FOREST. NOT ONLY DOES IT MAKE FOR WONDERFUL VIEWING, BUT ALSO GRANTS SCOPE FOR PLENTY OF ADVENTURE.

Hawa Mahal Jaipur

If adventure is what you need when you are in Rajasthan, look for plenty of ways to be entertained and suitably occupied. In its many forms any states, adventure in Rajasthan is the greatest draw for tourists from all over. Dusty pleasures and thrilling feats are the certain winners in the land where adventure is the unmistakeable undertone. Almost every kind of activity conceivable in India can be experimented with in Rajasthan. In addition, there are several unique activities which you can look to try your hand at.

Lake Palace Udaipur

Trekking is a great sport here. Given the vast expanses of the Aravalli Hills, there is a range of different places where you can try trekking, and also where you can partake the view of the magnificent surroundings. Camel and horse sports are something that not every other state can allow. However, you can not just watch, but also partake in. Horse and camel polo are fantastic ways to share the thrill of the outdoors with great beasts.

Aravalli Hills Rajasthan

Jodhpur and Jaipur are the best places to try and get access to some parasailing and ballooning activity. They offer some wonderful stills of the cities below and also give a great ambience and winds. Rajasthan may have the desert, but it is also generously endowed with several lakes. This makes it possible for several kinds of water based sport which include fishing, swimming and boating.

Umaid Bhawan Palace Jodhpur

Adventure in Rajasthan is fairly easy on everyone, since it has a largely slower pace and makes fewer demands. Unless it is heavy activity in the hills or parasailing or paragliding, you would need to be in better shape. Otherwise, this is something that is convenient and accessible to all. If you are among those who are looking for slower forms of adventure you could also try some golf or even bicycling. However, it is best to get yourself checked before you look to take up any of the adventure activities in Rajasthan seriously.

Desert Festival in Jaisalmer

Plan well before your trip and ensure you make all preparations required. There is almost no restriction on any of the adventure, other than that you must register with an authorised institution when you plan for sport like paragliding or parasailing. It is also best to travel with a guide or instructor so that you are in the safest hands.

 

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Camel Safari & Jeep Safari – Celebrate the Colours of Life, Fun and Adventure

THE THAR DESERT IS PERHAPS THE ONLY SANDY RECLUSE IN INDIA, BUT IT IS ENOUGH TO GIVE ALL TRAVELLERS ENOUGH REASONS TO CELEBRATE THE COLOURS OF LIFE AND THE EXPRESSIONS OF LIFE, CULTURE, FUN AND ADVENTURE.

Desert Festival in Jaisalmer

Apart from the cultural extravagance which is apparent all over, there is also an added element of fun and the rush of speed which can be experienced in safaris in the desert. Possible either on camel or in jeeps, the desert gives you enough ways to feel the magic that is contained within. Camel safaris in Rajasthan are ideal for those who want a taste of the local flavours and are in no hurry to experience them. They can be taken through the desert, and also when you need to get from one place to another.

Camel safari in rajasthan

Camel fairs are wonderful avenues for you to take quick camel rides, and also partake in camel races if you are lucky. For those who are looking for a faster way of fuelling your passion, jeep safaris are best. In large four wheel drives you can feel the dusty sands being thrown up as your jeep ploughs mercilessly through them. This is also a chance to sift through the fickle dunes and feel the heat of the desert warm your body with the heady mix of the climate and your own sense of thrill.

Jeep Safaris in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is the only place where you can have an authentic camel safari in the blistering desert. There are several locations within Rajasthan where this is possible, each having its own charm and character. If you plan well, you may be able to include more than a few destinations like Bikaner, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Pushkar into your circuit. The best time for a camel safari or jeep safari in India would be during the winters.

jeep safari in Ranthambore

The summers are searing and completely unsuitable, while the winters can help you enjoy every subtlety of this experience fully. The period between September and March is ideal. You must take care of yourself when on a camel safari. Even during the winters, the temperatures during the day can be rather high. The nights, on the other hand tend to get cool. Therefore, you must pack in enough light clothing and woollens as well. Ensure you have moisturiser, sunscreen, lip balm, and plenty of fluids stocked for the way. Also try and cover your neck and always keep your head covered, wither with a hat or scarf. If it is uncomfortably warm around you, you could drench your hat or scarf in water and wear it to keep you cool.