Popular Rajasthan Village Safari Tour Packages
|Village Jeep Safari in Jaipur Flat 55% Off||3H||₹ 1206||5.0 star|
|Half Day Village Safari and Bird Watching at Gudha Lake||5H||₹ 999||4.0 star|
|Bishnoi Village Safari, Jodhpur Flat 15% Off||5H||₹ 1199||5.0 star|
|Full Day Village Safari and Bird Watching at Gudha Lake||8H||₹ 1495||3.0 star|
|Camel Safari and Village Tour near Bikaner||6H||₹ 1200||3.0 star|
Discover the city and its musings by taking up a village safari tours in Rajasthan. What better way to kickstart a travel activity in Rajasthan, then by enjoying a camel safari at Tahr desert amidst the golden sand dunes. Discover the people, sights and the vast desert while you sway on the back of camel. The camel safaris are organised at Pushkar, Jaisalmer, Bikaner and other places in the city, on a daily basis. One can hire the camels for a few hours, half-a-day to full day. Another interesting safari is the village cycle safari. Besides discovering the vibrant streets, one can discover various tourist attractions, interact with locals and explore the bustling markets. Samode Village, located 42 km from Jaipur is best unravelled on a bicycle. Admire the beautiful landscapes, havelis and fort at this small village. Connected to Jaipur through a good network of roads, the roads here are picturesque and brims with mustard fields.
Halt over at the village to enjoy the village folk performing their arts at havelis and forts. A cycle safari to the Jaisalmer and villages located nearby are equally delightful to explore and promises one an exhilarating experience. To get a taste of desert life and see the rural face of Rajasthan, take part in the camel safari at Raisar Village. Located in Bikaner district, the village is well-known for its rich heritage, rustic life and of course, for experiencing an authentic Rajasthani village. Bishnoi village near Jodhpur is also great for a village safari by cycle or jeep. Explore the village in an open jeep. Along with sightseeing, tourists here can try their hand in activities such as pot making, weaving, block painting, and even visit the Bishnoi family to get familiar with their daily activities and life.
For khadi lovers, there is Ghar village, a weaver’s village. Tourists can roam around the village and engross in watching locals here, most of them who are famous for weaving Khadi, Durry and carpets. The village of Singhasini located at Jodhpur is a rural paradise and a village safari to this place is sure to leave tourists mesmerized. At this village, one can see people creating different shapes and designs from a mere lump of clay. Pottery is famous here and one can try their hand at making pots under the guidance of villagers or a craftsman. Jeep safaris are a viable and popular option at Singhasini.