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Jaisalmer Camel Safari

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Jaisalmer, India
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About Jaisalmer Camel Safari
All our safaries you Can see below include trained guides one camel per person, all the drinking water you may need meals cooked with mineral water and comfortable clean bedding to be sleeping under the star. You can go as long you want and it's would and deep in desert. Tour is completely non touristic and deep in thar desert. Including all the service water food sleeping. Camel are very good care and respect. We are farmer so you can enjoy farm and local village life and share your experience with different tribe. Enjoy the culture and go mix with local have chai and talk. We also offer volunteer work there you teach or help with medical in village. Stay with them as long and some walking and spiritual tour with meditation class or music class . Local activity also you can do trial by walk. All the activities are in nature near oasis or middle in desert. There is huts offer for stay as you are villagers and experience comport life style in middle of desert with just minimum rate.
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Jaisalmer is a desert city and instantly invokes number of images in the mind of travellers. heart of the Thar Desert, to the citadel of Jaisalmer. It is a marvel of beautiful culture and harsh climatic conditions, together amounting to a memorable experience.The word itself provokes an image of deserted land with camel swiftly moving on the golden sands. The city is almost enticing and for domestic travellers as it is to foreign tourists. Standing in pride with its colossal forts, palaces and havelis, Jaisalmer showcases the artistic sense of the Rajput kings.
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LucaMauri wrote a review May 2020
United Kingdom6 contributions2 helpful votes
We joined this safari through Diamond Guest House where we were staying...and although we weren't sure at first (every hotel is obviously saying their safari is the best :) ) I am so glad we made the right choice! First of all price is very competitive even after doing some search around...and it goes down if you are in a bigger group. The safari is very non-touristic...we were 5 people in our group and this is the typical number. You do the first part by jeep with Gulab to reach a remote village where you meet the camels. Gulab is a top guy...he simply makes you feel happy and is keen to share life stories with you...great time! At the village we met Naru and Surya that stayed with us for the rest of the safari. Strictly one camel per person, and all the camels are pretty quiet (just to mention...my partner had a fractured foot with cast boot!). You ride the camels for around an hour until you reach some great sandy dunes (desert here around Jaisalmer is not Sahara style...a lot of bushes around...but at the camping site you have proper sandy dunes). They prepare chai and snacks for you to enjoy with the sunset. The day wasn't sunny but the sunset was just amazing with spectacular lights effects on the clouds...one of the best I have seen in my life! Then they prepare dinner around the fire and you have fun trying to prepare some chapati yourself..everything is made fresh and soo delicious! Naru is a very funny guy and he made a lot of jokes, the whole group ended up singing and dancing around the fire! we enjoyed a couple of beers and then we went to sleep with the stars above our head because...yeah there is no tent! only mattresses and duvets/blankets...it was simply amazing to wake up and open your eyes during the night to see the clouds had cleared and all the stars where up there for you! In the morning you wake up, have breakfast and ride back with the camel and back with the jeep to Jaisalmer. In summary...if you want to spend a night in the desert away from tourists and fake dancing shows and camping sites this is the experience for you! Genuine, cheap and simple...with the best guides who will make sure you come back with a smile on your face! all the bets guys good luck! LucaJi
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Klara wrote a review Feb 2020
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We had the best time with Gulab and Naru. Amazing people made us feel at home, looked after us and the whole trip was worth because of them!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Brett H wrote a review Feb 2020
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Picked up by Gulab and taken to the starting point. Very pleasurable ride and not too long. Our guide made the experience more fun and the evening food and campfire were perfect. Great sunset on the dunes and slept comfortably under the stars. I’d do it again and even for longer next time.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Sebventure2018 wrote a review Jan 2020
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Nice food, nice company, really relaxing, well organized, calm camels. We would love to do this again.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Caillin D wrote a review Jan 2020
Blue Mountains, Australia22 contributions2 helpful votes
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A highlight on our trip. Only us and another couple. 2 hour camel ride to the sand dunes, 60kms from the Pakistan border. Beautiful sunset on the dunes and chai served as we relaxed. Enjoyed dinner by the camp fire, with beers. Desert Fox's running around and a friendly dog which walked all the way from the village. Was the night before a full moon so the dunes lit up. We were well looked after. Exactly what we wanted, rather than glamping in those big camps. Very calm and quiet out there. Good communication from Teju on planning the trip as well. Then the ride back through the desert in the morning. Well worth it. Thanks guys.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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