Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Desert Camel Safari in Rajasthan

In Rajasthan, desert safaris among the tourists are very famous. Desert safari means an overland trip through the desert riding on the back of the ship of the desert, camel. Safari is derived from an Arabic word ‘Safra’ meaning ‘a journey’. Desert camel safari includes amazing desert scenery, the experience of riding a camel, Dal and Chapati cooked over an open fire, incredible star-gazing (no ambient light and no pollution), and a flavor of a different world. Length of the safari can be from 4 hours to 5 days.

Rajasthan Camel Safari and riding a camel in the desert can be fun and thrilling. You can have the experience of both the royal subject and the normal village as both of them used camels for there transportation. Camel is till used a reliable mode of transportation for the villagers for small distances. But those having some back problems, special considerations should be kept in mind while riding a camel so that this fun filled ride won’t turn into a painful experience for them.

The desert scenery is eye pleasing and the food is delicious. The night becomes beautiful with the sky filled with stars. It’s a great think to try and with a good guide and proper preparation for the safari like sufficient bottled water, sunscreen, a hat, a flashlight, and warm clothes for the cold night air, it will surely leave you with a life time memories. But be sure to choose the right Rajasthan tour package so that you can enjoy it the whole Tours of Rajasthan without missing anything.

Friday, January 6, 2012

Get Closer to Experience The Wild Rajasthan

The largest state of India, Rajasthan, also houses four big national park and wildlife sanctuaries of India. Keoladeo National Park of Bharatpur, Sariska Tiger Reserve of Alwar, Ranthambore National Park of Sawai Madhopur, and Desert National Park of Jaisalmer are located around different parts of Rajasthan and are for the preservation and protect of the wildlife in Rajasthan. The Ranthambore National Park and Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary are both famous around the world for their tiger population. Tourists from India and all around the world visit Rajasthan every year to have a look at the amazing wilderness and natural habitat of these animals in these parks and sanctuaries. Wildlife National Parks India -

Keoladeo National Park of Bharatpur -
The Keoladeo National Park also known as Keoladeo Ghana National Park (formerly Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary) in Bharatpur hosts thousands of birds every year and especially during the winter season. It is declared a world heritage site and is also a protected sanctuary. It is a major tourist spot as tourists and ornithologists from around the world visit the sanctuary to observe the various bird species during the hibernal or winter season. It is the largest bird area in the world.

Sariska Tiger Reserve of Alwar -
Sariska Tiger Reserve is a national park and is a part of India's Project Tiger. This national park is in the Alwar district. It is mainly a tiger reserve but other wildlife species are also found in this park. The area of Sariska is a part of the Aravalli Range (one of the oldest mountain range). Also besides wildlife it also has many historical and religious sites.

Ranthambore National Park of Sawai Madhopur -
Ranthambore National Park or Ranthambhore National Park is one of the largest national parks in northern India. It is also a part of the Indian government’s Project Tiger to save the decreasing population of tigers. The Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary is popular for its tigers as tigers can be easily spotted even during the day time and this makes it one of the best places in India to see tigers in the jungle. The best time would be of November and May when the trees of the forest shed there leaves seasonally and the sighting becomes easier.

Desert National Park of Jaisalmer -
Desert National Park, situated in the west of Rajasthan near Jaisalmer, is one of the largest national parks in India covering huge area. It’s a great example of the Thar Desert’s ecosystem. This park has a variety of resident bird and thousands of birds migrate to this national park every year. Eagles, falcons, buzzards, harriers, kestrel, vultures, Short-toed Eagles, Tawny Eagles, Spotted Eagles, Laggar Falcons and kestrels can be seen here. Between November and January is the most suitable time for touring.

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