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Pushkar Camel Safari

Pushkar Camel Safari: The Best Way to Experience the Life of Peoples in Desert


Visiting the Pushkar Camel Safari is a great way to explore the desert landscape and get a taste of life in Rajasthan. The camel safari allows tourists to experience the majesty of the desert up close, and it's an opportunity to see a different side of Pushkar. If you're feeling adventurous, you can even try riding a camel! However, if you're not up for that, there's always the option of taking a camel cart. Either way, it's an experience you won't want to miss.




Pushkar Came Safari Experience with Elephant Pushkar


The Camel Safari in Pushkar starts from the fairgrounds or from our hotel (Elephant Pushkar) in Pushkar Town at 3 or 4 PM, From there, we went to the sunset point where lots of tourists were enjoying the camel cart rides, desert bikes, and traditional music and dance performances. Some people were even wearing traditional dress that they had rented from one of the sellers. It was a great opportunity to take pictures and show them to my family and friends back home. After that, we moved to the kalbaliya houses. The people there live a nomadic lifestyle, and as such, their homes are temporary and made of plastic. You can share your views and experiences with them, and ask them how they live such a simple and hard life. They are completely away from city life and modernization. You can do any type of help for them, and click photos. After some more ride, we reached at the rose garden where the rajasthani men and women in traditional dress were picking roses to sell in the market and the children were excited to see us.




Then we reached Motisor village, where we experienced the lifestyles of people who are totally dependent on agriculture and animal husbandry, then we left motisor village and headed towards the semi-desert. Along the way, we saw a lot of animals, including sheep, goats, cows, and buffalos. Once we reached the semi-dunes area, we were able to see the beautiful sunset. We sat in the sand and enjoyed the sunset with some tea and biscuits. This is how our safari comes to an end. We'll drop you off at your hotel with the beautiful shades of the sky in the background.