Camel Safari Tour

  

Tour Description:

The camel caravans through the desert of Rajasthan used to be the significant means for the transportation of precious stones and jewels and spices back in the 16th century. Even today, the camel safaris of the state of Rajasthan attracts lot many tourists worldwide. People from major parts of the world tour and experience its thrilling camel safaris in Rajasthan. We can arrange a tour across the Thar Desert where you can have an opportunity to explore the age old charm of camel safari and to interact with the local people. A 17 day tour of Rajasthan will have all the excitement and adventure to make your tour unforgettable.

Duration:
16 Nights / 17 Days

Destination Covered:
Delhi – Mandawa – Bikaner – Jaisalmer – Badabagh – Baisakhi – Ramkunda – Roopse – Ludharva – Chatrayil - Sand-dunes – Kanor – Amarasagar – Moolsagar – Masordi – Jessieri – Dedha – Deegasar – Kuldhara – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Jaipur - Delhi

  • Day 1 - Arrival in Delhi

    We will start the tour after you land in Delhi. Our representatives will escort you from the Delhi airport and help you in transfer and check-in process. We can arrange a tour to the near Akshardham temple for those who land early in the capital city. The Akshardham temple is known for its historical significance and intricate architecture. If you do not wish to go out, you can well relax at the hotel room.

  • Day 2 - Delhi

    Delhi, the capital city of India is popular for its rich heritage and finest monuments. It has some of the magnificent works of the Mughal era. The major places include Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Raj Ghat, India Gate and Chandni Chowk. We will take you on a guided tour to the city and make sure you have an enjoyable day before returning to the hotel in evening.

  • Day 3 - Delhi-Mandawa

    We leave for Mandawa on day 3, which is also called the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. Located in the north-east part of the state, Mandawa, a semi-arid region, is famous for its vibrant havelis dating back to 18th and 19th centuries. The havelis are decorated with colorful paintings which are the prime attractions for tourists visiting here. You can shop at the local shopping markets in the Mandawa before get back to the hotel in evening.

  • Day 4 - Mandawa - Bikaner

    After the delicious morning breakfast, we will straight head to the city of Bikaner. Bikaner is an arid region with full of scrubs. Another reason for which Bikaner is popular is the sweets and snacks made here. We will settle for some time at the hotel after the lunch session. Then we will take you on a tour to the major places of attraction across Bikaner including Fort Museum, Lallgarh Palace, Junagarh Fort etc. and do not forget to taste the sweets and snacks of the city for which it is widely known all over the country. We return to the hotel for the night.

  • Day 5 - Bikaner – Jaisalmer

    After having an early-morning breakfast, we start for Jaisalmer. The city will take you to the ancient times with its palaces, temples, havelis, lakes which is a beauty in itself. The excellent architecture adorned the sandstone walls and the small streets of Jaisalmer give you an essence of the golden era of Rajasthan. Untouched by modernism, it is one of the most visited tourist places in the country.

  • Day 6 - Jaisalmer - Badabagh - Baisakhai - Ramkunda

    Here, we start for the camel safari for which you have been waiting for all this while. We will take a camel ride to Badabagh. The place is filled with royal cenotaphs built by the Bhatti rajput kings of Jaisalmer. The cenotaphs are a real treat to the observer’s eyes. We will have our lunch at the nearby village called Baisakhai village. It is a small village of Rajasthan, where we will visit the village temple. We then leave for Ramkunda, a major pilgrimage site and houses a number of Hindu temples. We retire in the tents at Ramkunda at night.

  • Day 7 - Ramkunda - Roopse - Ludharva -Chatrayil

    After the morning breakfast, we will start for Ludharva. On the way, we will come across the Roopse village where you will find houses made with mud and sticks. After reaching Ludharva, we will settle for lunch. we will then visit the jain temple and head towards our next destination, Chatrayil. Chatrayil is a village known for its majority Muslim population. We will spend the night in the tents at night.

  • Day 8 - Chatrayil - Salkha Beri of Kanoi - Sand dunes

    The next day, we will proceed to the Salkha village, a well-known rajput village. After having lunch, we resume the safari and head to Beri of Kanoi. The Beri of Kanoi is a place filled with lot many water wells. The view of women dressed in colorful Rajasthani attire filling water and stacking multiple pots on their heads on the way to their houses is really amazing. In the evening we reach at the campsite to enjoy the traditional Rajasthani music, folk dance and campfire. After dinner, we will settle in the tents set up for tourist purposes.

  • Day 9 - Sand dunes - Kanoi - Masoordi – Jeseiri

    We resume for the Kanoi village popularly known for its beautifully carved items. The carpenters of Kanoi village make some exceptional craved items which are widely appreciated across the country. You can pick some items of your choice from the shopping area. We will have our lunch at Masoordi. We will then resume safari to the oasis at Jessieri. This rajput village is endowed with scintillating landscapes which is the major attraction of the place. The village also specializes in good Rajasthani delicacies. We dine at the village and spend the night in the desert camp.

  • Day 10 - Jeseiri - Dedha - Deegasar - Kuldhara

    After the morning breakfast, we leave for Dedha. If you want to explore the rajput lifestyles, then Dedha is the perfect place to have the details. We will settle for lunch at Deegasar. Charming landscapes and beautiful lakes adorn the Deegasar village. You can have a glimpse of the agricultural prosperity at rajput Dhani. We will next head to Kuldahara village. It is an ancient village untouched by modernity and offers an opportunity to experience the village culture. We return to the tents at the night.

  • Day 11 - Kuldhara - Moolsagars - Amarsagar - Jaisalmer

    Finally, the camel safari will come to an end at Jaisalmer. We will come across through Amarsagar and Moolsagar on our way to Jaisalmer. As it is tiring to travel through the desert, we will rest and relax the rest of the day.

  • Day 12 - Jaisalmer

    After the breakfast at hotel, we will start moving towards Jaisalmer city. Here you will have the opportunity to see one of the majestic forts of the country, the Jaisalmer fort. The fort has not lost its charm and strength over the course of time and can hold more than thousands of people within the walls. The city of Jaisalmer is also famous for its numerous vibrant havelis. We will make sure to visit as many havelis as we can before proceeding to our next stop, the sunset point. We will return to the hotel at night.

  • Day 13 - Jaisalmer – Jodhpur

    After all the travelling with camel safari, we will now visit other major places by road. After the morning breakfast, we will leave for the city of Jodhpur. We will visit the Jaswant Thada and Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur. The beautiful cenotaphs made with white marble are the prime attraction of Jodhpur. It is said that the cenotaphs are made in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh. We will come back to the hotel at night.

  • Day 14 - Jodhpur-Bishnoi Village Safari

    We will resume the camel safari to reach at Bishnoi village. Travelling with camel safari is said to an age old tradition initiated by the rajput kings to showcase the rich culture of the state of Rajasthan to their guests. There are options to choose for a half day or full day safari. Water scarcity is a major problem of this region with tourism being the one way of survival by the people.

  • Day 15 - Jodhpur - Jaipur

    We will move to our next destination, the heart of the Rajasthan, the Jaipur city. The capital city of Rajasthan has lots to offer to the tourists visiting this city. The major sightseeing is the Hawa Mahal. The tourist destinations of Jaipur are located within the close proximity of each other, so that you do not have to travel far. You can shop at the markets of Jaipur and bring with you a small essence of Rajasthani culture. We retire at the hotel room at night.

  • Day 16 - Jaipur

    After the delicious morning breakfast, we will straight head to the beautiful Amer Fort. The trip will look more royal by taking an elephant ride. The Amer Fort, which was once the capital of the kingdom of Jaipur, houses enchanting palaces with mirror mosaic work on its walls. We will move to our next destination, the city palace. There are beautiful gardens and courtyards in the city palace. Do not miss the museum which is home to the city palace, has a huge collection of rare manuscripts and miniature paintings. We will also visit Jantar Mantar, an astronomical observatory of the 17th century.

  • Day 17 - Jaipur - Delhi

    After an amazing 16 days tour in Rajasthan, we will finally start moving towards Delhi airport for your flight back home. On the way, we will take a halt at the Neemrana Palace, which is now being run as a heritage hotel and take a final dip at the colorful Ghats of Rajasthan.

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