Camel Safari

Camel Safari

#Safari
Located at: Pushkar
Rajasthan, India

Enjoy the thrill and adventure of riding Camel and explore the rustic and royal Rajasthan. Camel safari takes you through the golden sands of the Thar Desert providing the glimpse of the desert lifestyle through remote villages.

The special cultural and musical performances on the sand dunes, the desert camps, the traditional Rajasthani meals cooked on chula (Hearth) and the picturesque hamlets with friendly folks, entertaining guide, magistic golden sunset behind sand dunes and sunset photography all together make camel safari a rememberable tour.

Ticket / Cost / Expenses:₹1300
Time people usually take to experience:4 hours

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Enjoy the thrill and adventure of riding Camel and explore the rustic and royal Rajasthan. Camel safari takes you through the golden sands of the Thar Desert providing the glimpse of the desert lifestyle through remote villages. The special cultural and musical performances on the sand dunes, the desert camps, the traditional Rajasthani meals cooked on chula (Hearth) and the picturesque hamlets with friendly folks, entertaining guide, magistic golden sunset behind sand dunes and sunset photography all together make camel safari a rememberable tour.
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Content of this page was last updated at Nov 22, 2016