For the camps in Rajasthan, explore the land of the tune of infinite sand and enjoy life among the golden sand. Whether it is about sand dunes, desert camps or camel safari camping, this state offers opportunities for opportunities to reveal its rich cultural heritage and natural beauty. There are many campsites in it, including Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Pushkar and Ranthambore. During this tour you can include many activities at this place.

Desert Camping Rajasthan

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 Camp on Desert– Camping in the desert is the best way to experience horrific life. Situated between the sand tunes, the camps have a pleasant atmosphere and tranquil atmosphere. Campsite are usually canvas tents, which offer excellent accommodation and boarding facilities for your comfort. Under the star-studded sky and quiet desert air, you can enjoy Rajasthani dishes.

Camp on Sand Dunes– Far from the hustle and bustle of cities and towns, camps on sand tunes are an ideal way to revive your mind and soul. Enjoy the silence of the desert and enjoy one night on the stars or enjoy traditional folk dances. Make a pleasant holiday plan on the landscape of bright tunes and warmly welcome local crowds and treat yourself with hospitality.

Camel Safari in Desert Rajasthan– Being a camel through a barren land and running the sand dunes is something that you would never want to miss. Camel safari is the best tool to familiarize yourself with desert life and to explore the desert areas of India. Unless you choose to go on a safari, you will be able to see the remote areas of the desert.

Camel Safari Rajasthan

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Popular destinations for desert camps in Rajasthan

 In some famous places, travelers have a unique camping experience in Rajasthan.

Jaisalmer– Referenced as the Golden City, Jaisalmer is a stirring desert town that tells the facts of the earlier era. Founded in AD 1156, the name of this city was found after the name of Raval Jaisal. Listed as a World Heritage Site, this royal city has many tourist attractions, and there is also a prominent place for travel during the desert circuit tour. With vast stretches of sand tunes, this place provides camel safari, which, through the golden crests and troughs, you experience the limitlessness of this grand desert region.

Jodhpur– Founded by Rao Jodha, leader of Rajput clan, Jodhpur is the second largest city of Rajasthan. There are many splendid palaces, magnificent fortresses, luminous lakes and divine places in this principality. Apart from this, the city is also known for its excellent handicrafts. A city in Rajasthan’s Jodhpur district is a popular place for oceans, desert camps and camel safaris.

Pushkar– Located in Rajasthan’s Ajmer district, Pushkar is one of the oldest places in India, and its creation is associated with Lord Brahma. This place is an important place among Hindus because it is the only temple of God Brahma. Another prominent attraction of this shrine is camel safari. This place gives you a wonderful experience of boarding through sandy tracks and remote villages.

Ranthambore– Located in the time of Vindhas and Aravli, Ranthambore is famous for providing shelter to Indian tigers. Spread over a large area, the rugged terrain of this park also provides home to many other wild species such as leopards, langers, marsh crocodile, deer and wild pigs. To get all these animals to move freely in the park, it is the best option to go with Safari. You can also choose camp in Ranthambore because it is a right way to re-engage with nature, and to see wildlife in such a proximity.

Best time to go for desert camping in Rajasthan

 As soon as there is very hot climate conditions during the summer with the sun’s intense heat in the desert areas, the best time to go to camp in Rajasthan is winter. The weather between the months of October and March is a perfect time to travel because during this period the weather is pleasant with less intense temperatures.

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