Our most famous attraction - Lovably Jubbly Camel safari
[from 1-10 days & more ..]
Enjoy Desert safari, Village safari, Bird watching, Jeep safari
The Camel Safari in Jaisalmer offers an opportunity to the tourists to enjoy the life in the shimmering glory of the desert sand, its allows the tourists to explore the life and majesty of Rajasthan and enthrall the desert scape.
Also known as the 'ship of the desert' the camel is the most popular of all animals in the desert. A camel safari allows the visitor a glimpse of the simplistic villages of Rajasthan and exposes the tourist to the rustic lifestyle of the desert people. The camel safari routes traverse through the desert sand dunes, tourist can visit untouched villages, insulated sand Dunes, Wildlife as lizard, deer, desert fox.
Don’t miss it! The star is brilliant in the cool air. The gentle sound of a distant drum, a soothing companion. A camel moans across the sands peace. A cozy fire & pakoras after the sun has ceased its relentless for the day…
CAMEL SAFARI .. It can be done from 1 to 10 days but most popular Trip is Half day, One day, Two days, Four days
Jeep & Camel safari. Departure At 14:30 to 20:30
Visit ..Cross country villages with camel ride till sunset
Drive by jeep to 60 km at desert mobile camp Breakfast
Dep. Visit On camel from 8 am to 12:30 noon Lunch hours 12:30 –15:30 pm again by camel from 15:30 till sunset.. drive back home [Visit Khuri village ,Tajasi ,non tourist sand dunes Dhani [a family village]
Two Days one night:
Dep. at 7 am by jeep 60 km to mobile camp By camel from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
Lunch hours 12:30 to 3:30 again on camel till sunset over night stay at insolated sand dunes
Next Day dep at 8am by camel till 12:30 noon Lunch hours ... 3:30 pm till 4:30 pm After by jeep return.
Visi.. to Barana village Tajasi sand dunes Khuri village> Khuri sand dunes Insolated sand dunes Jepsy village Langa Village Etc..
Four Days Three Nights:
Dep.at 8 am By jeep ... Arrival back at 6pm at fourth day Visit villages many sand dunes lots off and more remote areas.