India, as a country, holds the distinction of being rich and full of diverse terrains. Right from the snow-clad Himalayan Mountains to the scorching Thar Desert and to the emerald green waters of the south, Indian subcontinent has on offer everything. Hence, it lures hordes of adventure enthusiasts from various parts of India and the world. Desert safari package is the best way to explore the extremities of the Indian state of Rajasthan. Great Indian Desert which is also called the Thar Desert is in the extreme west and is a perfect place for feeling the true essence of Rajasthan.
For exploring the best parts of India, desert safari can be bet option. The Desert Tours of India are some of the most appreciated ones by Indian and foreigners alike. The ship of the desert, Camel will take you under the guidance of his master to the most exquisite destinations covering the enchanting sylvan ambiance, beautiful hamlets and the natives clad in the colourful traditional attires.
The Desert Safari in Rajasthan makes one familiar with the various geographical facets as the camel navigates both on the sand and land and undertakes formidable journeys. The journey through the desert may be strenuous but rewarding in ways more than one.
The India Desert Safari Tours offer a lot more of excitement and adventure as the region is conveniently accessible in contrast to its counterparts because of the airports and railway stations that are in close vicinity to most of the popular sand dunes. While taking tours in Rajasthan, one can also visit places like Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Pushkar as all these towns are inescapable stopovers in the desert tours. The most striking feature of the desert safari tour is the sunset as it would seem as if a reddish-orange ball is sinking in the vast ocean of the desert. The setting sun in the backdrop of the vast desert looks spectacular.
Desert safari can also be enjoyed on the horse and jeep that are equally exhilarating and guarantee fulltime fun.
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