Camping in Rajasthan

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    Camping Rajasthan in tents in the sand dunes of the Thar Desert underneath the star-studded sky, you feel the cool desert breeze and wonder about life in the untamed countryside of this fascinating desert.

    The sand dunes of the Thar Desert with their breath taking beauty carved by the wind, as it were wrinkled, create a mystical picture in the minds of people. The panoramic view especially during sunrise or sunset, astride a camel, leaves an indelible image in the mind. In this backdrop of the desert landscape and the ruggedness of the expanse of the desert one can spends hours admiring this marvel of nature. A better way is to take wings and watch the spectacle of the Demoiselle cranes. Or hire a jeep and zip away. Or just camp in the night under the desert skies accompanied by the bright stars that reflect dreams of yore.

    For Hotel guests special arrangements are available for Camel Rides/Safaris in the Thar Desert. Jeep Safaris can be arranged on request. Arrangements can be made for a night or two in the tent camps amidst the Sand Dunes of Thar.

    Bird watching tours

    Bird watching tours in Rajasthan have sated the wishes of numerous avid bird watchers from all over the world. Migratory birds across the globe flock in numbers providing a virtual feast to the Bird watching fraternity. Rajasthan abounds in bird sanctuaries that have made Bird watching vacations an experience to cherish. Demoiselle cranes form the majority of the winged visitors to Rajasthan.

    A Bird watching tour in Rajasthan is not complete without a visit to Khichan; a village situated 130 kms from Jodhpur and 5 kms from Phalodi. Khichan is a natural sanctuary to the bird Kurjan. Known to the Indian Bird watching connoisseurs as Kurjan, Karkara and Kunch, these Cranes belong to South Western Europe, Black sea, Poland, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, North and South Africa and Mongolia. 

    Camel Rides

    The adventure inclined can go for a short safari on camels through a typical Rajasthani village or a long-distance expedition lasting a few days. The best times for traveling are the cooler parts of the day, the mornings and evenings.

    The sights en route will captivate you and become a part of your most treasured memories. There may be barren land for as far as the eyes can see. The sea of yellow shimmering sand looks extraordinary. Closer to the village you can see herds of cattle and sheep roaming around purposelessly. Watch the children trotting off to school, while their mothers prepare their afternoon meal on a dung-fire. Stop over for a taste of the authentic Rajasthani food. The hospitable men and women will be at your service, eager to fulfill your every request.

    Ramdeora Temple

    Enroute to Jaisalmer lies Ramdeora temple renowed for its beautiful surroundings. Ramdeora symbolises national unity and communal harmony since devoteees of all religions come here. A beautiful Jain temple of Shri Parshvanath Bhagwan is a main attraction for religious tourists.

    Phalodi Fort

    The fort in Phalodi was built by Rao Hammir Narawat, the grandson of Rao Suja, Maharaja of Jodhpur (Marwar) in the year 1488 AD. Phalodi fort is well renowned with its origins traced to more than 300 years back.

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