Rajasthan Safari

Camel Safari

Camel Safari is the most popular of all but not an easy option. You need to get your balancing act right and you have to get used to the movement of the camel. But once you've got the hang ten, you will agree that it is the most adventurous means to explore the Thar Desert. Added interest is that it comes with overnight camps right at the sandy array of the desert under starlit skies accompanied with bonfires. It also offers a peak into rural Rajasthan as it takes you to remote and distant villages. The best routes are Bikaner-Jaisalmer.

Eelephant Ride

Otherwise, explore Rajasthan like royalty on elephant safari. Added with the thrill of a view from such height, the beautifully adorned beasts with howdah and soft silk cushions and an umbrella covering will make you feel like a king. It is ideal for traversing in and around principal towns and wildlife sanctuaries.

Horse Safari

It is another popular option especially for exploring the rocky terrains of the Aravalis as these sturdy animals can take on the rugged mountain challenge with ease. The Deogarh Plateau, the beautiful forested plains near Udaipur, Samode as well as the sandy and rocky fields of Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Bikaner regions are other popular areas. On the way, you will pass quaint rural countryside, monuments and beautiful temples.

Tiger Safari

Ranthambhore National Park is a leading destination for tiger safaris. Want to spot a tiger in its natural habitat? Then Ranthambore is the place for you. The park arranges jeeps to take you in close quarters with the cats amidst the densest wilds. Apart from this apex predator, it is a great opportunity to spot other wild animals such as sloth bear, wild boar, jackals, leopard, jungle cat, marsh crocodile, etc and a large number of birds. Wildlife Safari is best taken at Sariska Tiger Sanctuary. Situated in the woodsy part of Aravali, the park is a sure spot for tiger spotting as well as leopards. The rugged Mewar terrain provides an ideal landscape for Jeep Safaris.