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Thu, 31 Jan – Fri, 01 Feb (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Opp Sophia School, Jaipur Road, Bikaner , 331001 | Show on Map
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Are you tried withthe traditional way of staying in the hotel and enjoying your holidays Now thisis your best chance to break that tradition and experience the thrilling desertsafari. The beauty of the desert keeps on changing in every season.
It looksall the more beautiful especially after rains. The beauty of the desert can beenjoyed by riding over camels or camel carts. Wide spread tranquility welcomestourist at every step. Bikaner is well known for its intricate architecture,huge palaces and forts, traditional dishes, garments, melody of folklore andartistic footwear.
Camel Man offers you all. We are alwaysready to welcome your journey through deserts. There are different packageswhich are offered with all basic amenities. During the safaris all meals areprovided with accommodation.
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by D2192DOjessical on December 11, 2018
We had a fabulous time with the Camel Man in Bikaner- definitely one of the highlights of our trip. After a very busy week in Delhi, Agra & Jaipur, it was lovely to escape the hustle and bustle, smog and noise and have some time out in the country watching the world go by from the back of a camel. We were a party of 6 and Hutti (Vijays son who now runs the business) very kindly organised our trek at the last moment for the following day. We only had 2 nights/1 full day in Bikaner so we spent the morning at the fort (well worth a visit) & musuem before doing an afternoon trek/overnight/morning trek returning in time for our drive to Jaisalmer the following day. As they very clearly state on their website, this was not a camel trek into a sand dune desert but rather a camel ride along tracks and paths through scrubland and past fields where you can see villagers working. Each of us had our own camel to ride and was led by a camel handler. They were surprisingly comfy and much better than memory serves from previous camel rides years ago. We saw antelope and eagles, and walked past fields of mustard, millet and groundnuts where the camel boys collected nuts for us to try. On the way to the campsite it was very deserted and you could have been in the middle of nowhere. Coming back the following day, we passed through more fields and houses before ending walking through the very local village where the camels live and are used for work when not trekking. Hutti had explained the the camels are owned by the villagers and he employs them as required - sharing the work around between 2 villages so that everyone benefits from the tourist dollar. Our transport picked us up from there. The campsite we used is owned by Vijays and has 2 permanent small buildings where they store the kitchen equipment and where the camels handlers sleep. We were in 2 man A frame tents with sleeping pads, sheets, and heavy blankets - not the finest duvets but much better than we had expected. The food was delicious, ably cooked by the camel boss and consisted of poppadoms, vegetable soup to start, then rice, dal, a cabbage dish and a potatoe and capsicum dish together with numerous chipatis. It was all cooked from scratch on 2 camping stoves in the hour before dark - very impressive. Breakfast was porridge, fruit, omlettes and toast and the best we had had since Delhi! Toilet/bathroom facilities are non existent but basins of water with soap and hand towels and loo roll and trowel were provided. Nature provided the rest. Sitting round the campfire, watching the stars and having a beer and just enjoying the peace and quiet was a blessed relief from the chaos of the Indian city life. If I had my time again, I would even try and fit in a longer 2-3 day trip or perhaps do the longer trek to jailsemer. Hutti and Vijay need commending on running a thoroughly professional and transparent operation - you get exactly what is stated on their website and its very special and well worth while. Thank you to Hutti, the boss man and his camel boys.
by highcheryl on September 25, 2018
Scenic journey into the desert. Our night in the desert camp is one we'll never forget. Our guide cooked up a sumptuous meal and we dined in the desert as the sun set. Sleeping on our comfortable cots we gazed up at the constellations in the night sky. It was magical. The camp also had western style toilets and sinks to wash up Everything was taken care of. We were very comfortable.
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