Camel Safari Tour near Bikaner
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Camel Safari Tour near Bikaner

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MultidayBikaner,Rajasthan

Highlights

  • Discover Bikaner on a camel safari - what could be better than exploring the desert while you're here?
  • Explore the gorgeous and rustic Rajasthan via camping, bird-watching, sightseeing, and more.
  • Nothing beats going off the beaten path in Bikaner's wide desert, where you can mingle with the locals and learn about their way of life and culture.

Overview

About:

Bikaner, often known as 'Camel Country,' is known for its deserts, and the best way to enjoy them is on a traditional camel safari. As you drive your camels through the dunes, take in the breathtaking sunset. An all-day camel safari near Bikaner is nothing short of thrilling, thrilling, and an all-around excellent way to immerse yourself within the local culture.

About the tour:

  • Enjoy a 6N/7D journey with a camel safari and tenting near Bikaner, and relax in the calm climate of the desolate region at night.
  • The first day includes a 10-kilometer safari from Dawa hut to Kaku, followed by a night at camping in Kaku with meals.
  • This system is scheduled for the second day, and the camel will transport you up to 15 kilometers.
  • Enjoy a 1/3-day safari from Sainghal to Bhadla while staying comfy in the provided tent.
  • On the fourth day of the vacation, travel from Bhadla to Karnu, taking in the sights and enjoying the dunes.
  • The holiday site for the 5th day of the journey is Bharadia Nada, where the camel will take you on a spectacular 14-kilometer safari.
  • Fill your heart with a royal safari, with Ghantiali as the camp web page on the sixth day and Sarandanda as the last destination after a fantastic voyage.
  • The village sites of interest across the barren region are previous phrases, and you'll never get a better view in the barren region anywhere else.

Itinerary:

Day 1: Dawa Hut; Welcome to Bikaner

  • Dawa hut to Kaku
  • Reach Dawa and begin your safari on a camel.
  • You could be staying at Kaku for the nighttime with splendid lunch and campfire.

Day 2: Sainghal; Mingle with the locals

  • Begin your journey by visiting Dawa, a distant village with a plethora of typical village attractions and a site with smooth dunes all around.
  • In the afternoon, the camel will transport you up to fourteen kilometers, and you may be offered lunch along the way.
  • Enjoy a wonderful voyage to Sainghal, where you may see one-of-a-kind forms of humanity concerned about their daily routines and exchange.
  • Visit a few dust huts where local tribes live; the environment is beautiful, despite its location in the Thar desolate region, which has a harsh climatic situation.

Day 3: Bhadla; Relish nearby delicacies of Rajasthan

  • Enjoy an exciting camel ride from Sainghal and explore the beautiful dunes and environs.
  • Enjoy a delicious lunch while watching the sunset behind the dunes.
  • Continue your journey to Bhadla village, where you will learn about human agricultural lifestyles.
  • Spending your nights within the tents will make you feel rejuvenated.

Day 4: Karnu; Enjoy campfire amidst Thar

  • Begin your excursion with a delicious breakfast in Bhadla village and enjoy a camel safari.
  • Enjoy an exciting camel ride while exploring the beautiful dunes and environs.
  • Enjoy a delectable lunch while watching the sunset behind the dunes.
  • Continue your journey to Karnu village, where you will learn about the people's agricultural lifestyles.
  • Spending your nights within the tents will make you feel rejuvenated.

Day 5: Bharadia Nada, Enjoy Thar barren region's wilderness

  • You will embark on a camel safari to Bharadia Nada or another location, which is an excellent choice for comprehending the severity of lifestyles within the barren region.
  • You can simply unwind with pure touring pleasure because you get the opportunity to observe surrounding tribes such as the Jats, Bishnois, and Rajputs.
  • Also, pay attention to the daily lives of farmers, local shepherds, and other people living in traditional dust huts within the settlement.
  • There are a variety of wild animals that live there, including deer and peacocks.

Day 6: Ghantiyali; Experience nearby dwelling of tribals

  • Begin your journey in Bikaner and travel to the excursion location.
  • Discover the beautiful dunes and surroundings on a thrilling camel ride in Bharadia Nada.
  • Enjoy a delectable lunch while watching the sunset behind the dunes.
  • Continue your journey to Ghantiyali, where you will learn about human agricultural lifestyles.
  • Spend your nights inside the tents, surrounded by a campfire, to feel refreshed.

Day 7: Sandra; Trip Ends

  • It's the last day of your tour.
  • After a delicious breakfast, depart for your next holiday place or hometown.

Additional Info

Know Before You Go:

  • This excursion must be booked by a minimum of two people.
  • Rates may vary depending on the services/resorts available.
  • In the event of a modification within the package offer due to an increase in the number of guests, the difference in value will be paid by the customer.
  • The resorts are tough to book because of their limited availability. Guests may be accommodated in assets of comparable standard if they are no longer available.
  • Universal Adventures reserves the right to change the schedule due to any type of disruption (i.e., weather, political events, or other factors) without changing the total number of days and without compromising any service.
  • Children over the age of five may only be considered adults.
  • There are no costs for children under the age of five.
  • The bundle does not include all-access tickets for sightseeing, national, and access fees, monument entry, digital digicam costs, and so on.
  • Any food or transfers that are no longer mentioned in the schedule should be considered an exclusion from the bargain.
  • Any type of beverage (alcoholic, aerated, or mineral water) isn't necessarily included in the package price.
  • Every character visitor must present identification at the time of booking and again upon arrival. PAN cards will no longer be accepted as valid forms of identification.
  • Before their visit, all foreign nationals should share their passport and visa information.
  • Any damage or breakage to things within the hotel may be invoiced at cost.
  • It is necessary to follow the guidelines established by the state government. Distancing from others must be maintained. Hand sanitizers and masks should be used often.

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