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Home >> Adventure Tours >> Full Day Camel Safari in Jaisalmer (Tour Code : NAD 03)

Full Day Camel Safari in Jaisalmer

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Destinations Covered: Jaisalmer
DAY 01 : Jaisalmer

Camel Safaris are offered in various parts of Rajasthan. Mainly it is offered in areas like Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Ossian , Manwar, and around Mandawa. Off course there are others areas also but these once are most popular.

 

These safaris are unique in nature and quite adventures. The best part is that it takes you to real interiors of Rajasthan where it is not possible to reach even by 4x4. Though strenuous but they are full of joy and great learning experience. Your day for a full day Camel Safari will be something like this.

Pick up from the hotel in Jaisalmer, after breakfast, to be taken to Bada Bagh, from where the safari will start. One can start the safari from Jaisalmer hotel also, but the hotel has to be close to Bada Bagh. Start your safari from Bada Bagh and explore the area by visiting the small dhani’s of the villagers. Arrive Ludarwa by late noon. Relax and have picnic lunch at Ludarwa. Later continue your safari towards Kuldhara.

Kuldhara village has a very unique history. It is said that the residents of 84 neighboring villages including Kldhara vacated the villages overnight around 170 years back. No one is sure where they have gone, but they are believed to have migrated to a place somewhere near Jodhpur. The residents were Paliwal Brahmans – said to be very intelligent, and residing there for about 500 years.

 

Stories say that the ruler of these villages pounded the Paliwals with heavy taxes and treated them very inhumanly; the ruler was unethical and forceful to them. When the Paliwals left the villages, they left a curse that nobody can inhabit the villages ever. It is beleaved that some families made attempts to stay there but did not succeed.

From Kuldhara, you will be picked up by the jeep or car to return to hotel for overnight, or you can stay overnight at one of the camps in Sam Village near the Thar Desert. It is a wonderful experience in itself.

We recommend to bring the following with you: Loose Clothing, Hat, or Cap, Towel, Sun Cream, Sun Glasses




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