Once you are out in the desert for a safari, Sam Sand Dunes in Jaisalmer can’t be miss. It is a desert area towards the edge of Jaisalmer Desert National Park and is a popular tourist destination in Rajasthan. The dunes, located at a distance of 42-45 km from the city, boast of a well maintained, non-bumpy road that is maintained by the Indian Army. Akin to the great Thar Desert, the dunes are at their best during sunrise (4-6 am) and sunset hours (4-7 pm). Going for the jeep safari or camel safari is highly recommended as the stunning beauty of nature would mesmerize you and provide you escapades perfect for photography. Also, Sam Sand Dunes boast of some of the best desert camps in Jaisalmer.
The ride takes you to the remote areas of the desert and presents you the best of flora and fauna. Also, you come across various settlements where the indigenous residents of the place live. Explore the wide riches of the desert and enjoy the picturesque sunset, which makes it certain that camel safari is the best desert safari in Jaisalmer. If you are a quickie, embark on a short camel safari in Jaisalmer and explore the beautiful dunes of Sam Desert. Soon after the ride, be prepared to behold one of the most beautiful sunsets behind the dunes. Head to the camp in the evening, and get a grand traditional welcome with aarti-tika and dhols. Enjoy the welcome drink along with the Rajasthani folk dance and music at your preferred desert safari camp in Jaisalmer.
JAISALMER DESERT CAMEL SAFARI
Avoid crowded sam sand dunes to enjoy the peacefulness of riding alone on your track… Refuse artificially cut desert to discover authentic, preserved landscapes with the greatest probability to watch wildlife... In Jaisalmer, Camel activities are a tradition, not an industry! For half a day, a full day or several days with night stay in under the starry sky... Choose one of our best selling safari or built your own, customized adventure!
- - You can see different Villages.
- - You can see Temples in the Villages.
- - You can see Wildlife i.e.Desert Fox, Deer, Rabbit, Eagles, Vulture, and Porter.
- - If you are doing long safari you can learn HINDI from the Camel mans and you can watch how they Cook the Food.
- - Some time jeepceas.
- In some of the Villages you can see how can threat out form the Ship and Goat wool.
Off-course the western Rajasthan is the biggest semi-arid strech in India, it is not exactly covered by the pristine sand dunes what one may come across in Egypt and Saudiarbia. The sand dunes are scattered all over in patches, when the Mansoon is good there is always Brush and Bush on the ground, which may sometimes last for a couple of years. That makes the THAR DESERT an Ideal place to explore the flora and fauna of the region.