Overview

Camel safari tour allows you to explore the rural desert culture of Rajasthan uniquely and spectacularly. In the northwestern state of Rajasthan lies the Thar Desert. Camel safari in the Thar Desert offers sights of the exoticness of avid deserts and its priceless treasure troves of melody, dance, and natural panoramas. Camel safari is one of the main reasons for attracting tourists to visit Rajasthan. So, we have created a package including not only camel safari, but also a visit to many nearby popular highlights such as Agra, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Mandawa, Jodhpur, and Mandawa.

Trip highlights

What's included?

  • Accommodation
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Ground transfer in a private vehicle
  • All government and service taxes as per itinerary
  • All entry fees for places mentioned in the itinerary

What's excluded?

  • All personal expenses including additional drinks, additional meals
  • Medical and travel insurance
  • Entry fee not mentioned in the itinerary

Itinerary Show all

Day One:

Arrive Delhi

On your arrival at Delhi International Airport, our airport representative will welcome and transfer you to your hotel. On the way, the representative will give you a brief explanation of your trip. Check into the hotel, and you can simply relax there, or you can visit nearby attractions on your own.

Day Two:

Delhi

After breakfast, we will move out to explore the major attractions of Delhi. Firstly, we will visit the temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Laxmi Narayan Temple. This beautiful temple lies in the heart of the city. From here, we will proceed to the Raj Ghat, a commemorate to the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Built in 1948, Raj Ghat is a black marble platform built on the spot of the cremation of Mahatma Gandhi. Then, we drive past the India Gate, a war memorial to the martyrs of the First World War and the Afghan War. After that, we will drive to the Parliament House and reach Connaught Palace. This is the shopping center of Delhi and is full of cafes and restaurants. We will have lunch here. After lunch, we will visit Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in India, built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1656. Finally, we will visit the Red Fort, where we will enjoy a Light and Sound Show that uniquely explains the Mughal history.

Day Three:

Delhi to Mandawa

After breakfast, we will begin the drive from Delhi to Mandawa. We will check-in at the hotel after reaching Mandawa, then have lunch there. After lunch, we will go out to explore the town of Mandawa. The city is quite renowned for colored Havelis and frescoes of the 18th century. Here, ew will visit the Murmuria Haveli, the Harlalka Well, and an Open-Air Art Gallery, where we can admire unique, beautiful paintings. 

Day Four:

Mandawa to Bikaner

Today, we will leave for Bikaner. Once we reach Bikaner, the desert city of Rajasthan, check into the hotel and take some rest. Around the afternoon, we will go for a sightseeing tour in Bikaner, including a visit to the Junagadh Fort and the Jain temples. Built in the 16th century, Junagadh Fort, known as Chintamani in the past, consists of a massive complex of elegant buildings and halls. Within the fort, we will visit the Prachina Museum to explore the traditional textiles and royal portraits. Similarly, we will pay a visit to Bhandasar Jain temple, which is famous for the exotic architectural features.

Day Five:

Bikaner to Jaisalmer

After breakfast, the day at Bikaner is free for your leisure. You can rest in your hotel room, or you can visit the local market to shop for souvenirs. You can also roam around Bikaner. In the afternoon, we will head towards Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer is the starting point of your Desert Camel Safari in Rajasthan.

Day Six:

Jaisalmer to Bada Bagh to Baisakhi to Ramkunda

Today, the Desert Safari Tour will begin on Jaisalmer. Sitting on a camel’s back, we will travel through desert villages. Firstly, we will visit Bada Bagh, a garden complex located about 6 km north of Jaisalmer. Bada Bagh is a surprising place with lush greenery in the middle of the arid desert. This greenery is possible due to the regular effort of Jaisalmer’s past rulers. Each of them constructed a new water reservoir and chhatris to the memorial of their preceding rulers. We will visit the royal cenotaphs of Bhatti Rajput Kings, where we will see beautifully carved chhatris made of yellow sandstone. After spending some time in the garden complex, we will proceed to Baisakhi, where we will stop for a short lunch break. After lunch, we will visit a Hindu temple. Then, continue our safari to Ramkunda. Ramkunda is a traditional place with beautiful terrain. Here, we will visit some of the famous Hindu temples while enjoying the picturesque beauty of the area. At Ramkunda, there are only nine houses where only 48 people live.

Day Seven:

Ramkunda to Roopsi to Ludharwa to Chatrayil to Peerwal

Today is the second day of our Desert Safari Tour. We will head towards Ludhwara via Roopsi on a camel’s back. Rupsi village consists of people with the mixed cast. Most of the houses in the town are built using mud and stick and decorated with paintings and mirror works. After reaching Ludhwara, we will have lunch. Ludharwa is the past capital of Bhati Rajput kings and is famous for its gorgeous Jain Temples. After lunch, we will head towards Chatrayil, a traditional Muslim Village. Ultimately, you will reach Peerwal, our final destination for the day. Here at Peerwal, you can see the agricultural field soothing your eyes. 

 

Day Eight :

Peerwal to Salkha to Beri of Kanoi to Sand Dunes

Today, you will get to experience the struggle and excitement of desert life. After breakfast, we will start our journey to Salkha. Salkha is a traditional Rajput village. We will stop here for a short lunch break. After lunch, we will continue our safari to Sand Dunes. Along the way, we will pass through Beri of Kanoi, which is famous for multitudes of water wells. Here, you will witness a habitual picture of Rajasthani women carrying many clay water pots on their heads. Finally, we will reach Sam dunes, one of the most popular desert dune sites. We will reach Sam dunes around the evening. Tonight, we will enjoy a campfire with traditional food and desert folk music.

Day Nine:

Sand Dunes to kanoi to Masoordi to Jeseiri

Departing from dunes, we will move towards Masoordi. On the way, we will visit Kanoi, a classic carpenter’s village where we can observe carpenters on work and can buy beautifully carved wooden items. After a while, we will arrive at Masoordi. Masoordi is a small village where we will stop for some delicious lunch. After lunch, we will proceed to Jeseiri. Jeseiri is a water tank that is famous for stunning scenery along with an oasis. 

Day Ten:

Jeseiri to Dedha to Degasar to Kuldhara

After having some delicious breakfast, we will leave for Deegasar. We will move through Dedha, a typical Rajput village. Here we can observe traditionally dressed Rajput men and women engaged in their daily work. After reaching Deegasar, we will take a break for lunch. Deegasar is a beautiful village surrounded by a small lake. After enjoying the walk around the lake, we will continue our journey towards Kuldhara. Along the route, we will come across a small Rajput Dhani. It is a temporary settlement with few houses where locals stay at the time of cultivating their fields. After a while, you will arrive at Kuldhara. Kuldhara is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Rajasthan. Kuldhara is an ancient well-planned village. We will spend the night in camp here.

Day Eleven:

Kuldhara to Moolsagar to Amarsagar to Jaisalmer

Today, we will return to Jaisalmer. However, we will visit some exciting places before returning. We will visit two pleasant villages, Moolsagar and Amarsagar. Moolsagar is a small village surrounded by gardens and tanks. The town is very famous for its beautiful paintings and architecture. There is also a gorgeous Shiva Temple in Mooslagar. From here, we will move towards Amarsagar, a lake along with an oasis. Finishing the trip to these beautiful villages, we will head to Jaisalmer. There are no other plans for this day, so you can involve in any activities of your preference. If you like, you can simply relax in the hotel, or you can visit the local bazaar and nearby surroundings by yourself. Today, we will spend the night in the hotel at Jaisalmer.

Day Twelve:

Jaisalmer city tour

After breakfast, we go for a sightseeing tour in Jaisalmer. You will visit Patwon Ki Haveli, a 5-story mansion that you won’t see any other like that in the city. Then, we will visit Salim Sing Ki Haveli, a gorgeous mansion built before three centuries. Similarly, we will head to the Gadi Sagar tank, an oasis, and the Heritage Museum.

Day Thirteen:

Jaisalmer to Jodhpur

Today, we will make a trip to Jodhpur. We will reach Jodhpur around the evening. The rest of the day is for your leisure time. You can relax or enjoy exploring the city. You can also go shopping in the local market in Jodhpur.

Day Fourteen:

Jodhpur City Tour

Today we will explore around Jodhpur City. We will visit the Clor Tower built by Maharaja Sardar Singh, Mehrangarh Fort, one of the most massive forts in India and the Jaswant Thada - an architectural landmark. Mehrangarh Fort is the best spot for history lovers. Situated 410 feet above the city and enclosed by a thick wall, the fort has a vast collection of musical instruments, palanquins, furniture, and cannons. A part of the famous movie, “the Dark Knight Rises,” was also filmed in this fort. On the left side of the fort lies the Jaswant Thada mausoleum, a stunning marble architecture above a small lake. After that, we will make a trip to attractions like Kaylana Lake, Phool Mahal, and Umaid Bhawan Palace. All of these places have become popular for their exclusive beauty and style. Kaylana is a man-made lake built by Pratap Singh in 1872. Siberian cranes inhabit this vast lake during the winter. Phool Mahal Palace, the former palace is now a heritage hotel and one of the major highlights of the city.

Day Fifteen:

Jodhpur to Jaipur

Departing from Jodhpur, we will make a road trip to Jaipur. After arriving around the evening, we will check into the hotel. Then, the rest of the day is for leisure activities. You can relax or enjoy exploring the city. You can also go shopping in the local market of Jaipur.

Day Sixteen:

Jaipur City Tour

UNESCO recently identified this city as a World Heritage Site. After having breakfast at the hotel, we will head out for Jaipur City Tour. Here, we will visit Amer Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, and City Palace. Beginning our excursion, we will firstly visit Amber Fort, where you can enjoy elephant rides. This fort reflects beautifully in the Maota Lake. Then, we will visit the City Palace. City Palace is a unique blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. It is decorated with various gardens, edifices, and courtyards. Next, we will visit Jantar Mantar, the royal observatory and Hawa Mahal, a magnificent palace with 953 windows on the outside walls. This palace was originally built as a women’s chambers to allow the Rajput royal ladies to view the everyday street scenes. Around the evening, we will visit Chokhi Dhani, where we can experience the native Rajasthani culture. Chokhi Dhani village is the core of Rajasthani culture and culinary art. While enjoying authentic Rajasthani food, you can enjoy folk dance and view beautiful paintings. Likewise, you can visit Bapu Bazaar, Johari Bazaar, and various other local markets where you can buy genuine and traditional Rajasthani jewelry, clothes, precious gemstones, and wooden souvenirs. This is the final day of the tour. So, enjoy the day.

Day Seventeen:

Jaipur to Delhi departure

Rajasthan Camel Safari Tour ends today. After breakfast in Jaipur, we will make a trip to Delhi by road. We will move to your hotel to freshen up. Afterward, we will transfer you to the airport according to your scheduled flight.

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