Camel safari in Rajasthan

Rajasthan. Camel Safaris is most exciting. It is a great experience to explore the Thar - a vibrantly, living, desert, very colourful and on the back of the swaying Camel. About the only thing you will have to get used to, when you plan a camel safari, is the ungainly movement of the ship of the desert. Regions of North India remains moderately to extremely cold during winters. So it is the best time for tourists to visit India . The best time for a camel safari is in the morning and evening, even in the cooler winter months. Such safaris are usually run by professional outfits who hire Raikas, the camel-keepers. Remember to drink lots of water or fruit juice etc, to avoid dehydration because the atmosphere is hot in the day time.
Camel safari tips:
Beside riding the camel there are certain other facts too that you should keep in mind while travelling the desert regions of the Thar. Have you booked a camel safari trip in the Thar with prior reservations, better check them before leaving for your desert safari trip. The weather in desert is extreme so do carry a good backup of plenty of portable water to avoid dehydration, sun screen, goggles, and a first aid kit.

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. Visitors are requested to dress modestly since the safari passes in close proximity of villages. A Sola-Topee, the local Rajasthani turban or some kind of head protection is essential too.
 
Major regions of camel safaris in India::
»Camel Safari In Thar Desert:
Camel safaris are organised with skill and imagination in the vast Thar Desert of Rajasthan. The duration of safari can be from 4 to 15 days, though the minimum time duration doesn't exceed the week limit. The Thar is a world of its own, an unending ocean of sand, dotted with dunes.The best camel safaris can be done around Jodhpur , Jaisalmer and Bikaner , in the very heart of the Thar. An option to the desert heartland would be the Shekhawati region. Special camel safaris are also organised round Pushkar and Nagaur in the winter season of October to March, when these two cities have their popular cattle fairs.

»Chambal Safari:
Chambal safaris are another attraction that are coming up in the safari circuit and is a fine instance of Eco-friendly tourism in rural India. It provides the chance to witness the rich heritage and wildlife legacy set against arid backdrop. Chambal Safari is Lodge located Just 80 kms south of Agra on the Rajasthan - UP - MP border in the Chambal valley. Declared a natural sanctuary, this relatively untouched area is teeming with wild life and folklores of a bygone era. The Chambal safari is a holiday you will remember for a long time to come.
 
 
 
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