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|6 Days 5 Nights Sightseeing Tour||6D 5N||₹ 36500||4.0 star||View Details|
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Pushkar is located right next to the Thar desert and so are Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. Some of the best desert camping tours can be best enjoyed in the following destinations of Rajasthan. Desert is one of the best tourist places in Pushkar to spend the holidays.
There are many local vendors who are willing to take you on a camel safari tour in exchange of some monetary cost, however you can also visit agencies to book a Camel safari tour on whichever date you prefer or can also do it online.
India is a land of Temples and Pushkar can be listed in one of the top Indian town with most number of temples especially one devoted to Lord Brahma takes most of the tourists. Some of the best temple to visit in Pushkar are:
Almost all the destinations in Rajasthan are family friendly tours and so is Pushkar. The places which are most enjoyable with the loving family are listed below.
Pushkar Lake, Brahma Temple, Man Mahal and Naga Pahad are some of the best cultural experiences in Pushkar. One can also visit the temples for pilgrimage purpose but the villages that you approach while moving in and around are the best cultural experience you get in Pushkar.
If you are visiting for the Camel Fair, you are likely to spend more time in the fair ground and the main bazaar but there are endless sights which are to be visited while you are in Pushkar. Some of the top attractions on a sightseeing tour in Pushkar are:
Pushkar Camel Fair is the largest Camel fair in the whole of Asia, not an unknown festival and has gained a hike during the last couple of years. It is held in the tiny desert town of Pushkar in Northern Rajasthan located on the edge of the Thar Desert, near Ajmer in Rajasthan. The fair is thronged by tourists from all across the world making it a hippies destination. Almost 30,000 camels are at a display in this traditional festival of India; all shaved and adorned by vibrant jewellery and dresses. There are several beauty contests, games, parade and race organized during the fair where these camels participate and are then traded in the event. It is held in the month of October and November when the Best tourist places in Puskar are loved by all. This year, Rajasthan celebrates the fair in the last and first week of October and November, respectively for 2017.