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Camel SafariCAMEL SAFARI IN THAR DESERT
Thar desert lies in west of Rajasthan and offers an unique living experience through travel on camel’s back whether it may be a day or extendable up to 10 days.

Here we offer you brief on the areas popular for safaris and other details which are authentic as our team and experts have practically experienced the operation of such safaris successfully.

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Know Well India Tours Popular destinations during safaris.
Know Well India Tours Camel safaris in and around Jaisalmer (2 to 6 days).
Know Well India Tours Camel safaris from Bikaner to Jaisalmer ( 7 to 10 days ) .

Safari Includes:-
Know Well India Tours One pax to a camel with camel driver.
Know Well India Tours English speaking escort (well versed with area ) .
Know Well India Tours All meals during safari with 2 tea / coffee breaks with snacks .
Know Well India Tours Overnight stay in camping tents .
Know Well India Tours One bansuri vadak ( Flute player ) / Bhopa / Bhopiji to entertain while riding .

POPULAR DESTINATIONS
Know Well India Tours BADA BAGH
The place of cremation/ground of the Royal family known as Royal Cenotaphs. Oldest of which dates back to the Twelfth Century. The pyramidal are the oldest built in the Rajput Style. The spherical are later in the Mughal style. The artificial season’s lake was built by Maharawal Jait Singh in Fifteenth Century and faces a garden on the other side. Bada Bagh in local language implies to big garden.

Know Well India Tours BARAMSAR
Is a Rajput village. Here one can see the typical Rajput’s village life, customs, culture which differs from that of other communities.

Know Well India Tours BAISAKHI
This was a budhist monastery dates back to around 2000 B.C. Later in 18th century the Jains made a Chhatri for some miraculous religious reason and there after it became a pilgrimage centre of the Jain community. The village houses , a castle and a temple of mahadev. There is a pool with natural spring which basically helped the people to settle there. The Hindus celebrate a festival herein the month of Baisakhi. Many Hindu monks chose this place for mediation and one can see wall-painting rather sketches of the monks here.

Know Well India Tours RAM KUNDA
Is on the bank of the river Kak which was flowing in the ancient ages and it is said that the son of Lord Brahma, Kak meditated here and hence the river got the name Kak. People believe that the water of Kak had miraculous healing effect. It has got a mention in the story of Moomal Mahendra. There are two temples of Lord Krishna and one is of Lord Hanuman.

Know Well India Tours ROOPSI
It is modern village.

Know Well India Tours LODURVA
The capital of the Bhati Rajputs from 8th Century to 12th Century . They came to Ludarwa in 8th Century from Deorawal now in Pakistan. According to the available history the Jain Temple here is of B. C. era and the main incarnation of Parashvnathji has got an inscription on it which says that it is the old capital of Jaisalmer. Kalpa Vriksha which is a mythological tree made out of the Astha Dhatu (the eight materials) was built in the 18th century by Himmatramji Patwa is worshipped by hindus and jains. There is a black cobra here and the Jain worships it. It is believed that the sight of it is a good omen and a mode of blessings.

Know Well India Tours DAMODRA
The route from Chathrail to Damodra is through agricultural land. The villagers grow millet and wheat. During rainy season the rain fall is between 2.5 to 6.5 inches (per annum). Damodra is an abandoned village of Paliwal Brahmins which was occupied by Sodha Rajputs in 19th Century.

Know Well India Tours SAM SAND DUNES
Near Sam Village, there is a band of sand dunes now fenced by the district authorities to avoid further encroachment . It is situated along the border road. The sun rise and the sun set at the Dunes have it’s own beauty. It is predominantly a Muslim village and other clothes here.

Know Well India Tours KHABA
Is an ideal village of Paliwal Brahmins which was abandoned around mid of 19th Century by the then Prime Minister Salim Singh. History reveals that Salim Singh being Mohta by caste, wanted to marry a girl from Paliwal Brahmins . Because of the caste system, the Paliwals objected to it and Prime Minister started using evil devices to make the Brahmins permit him to marry that girl. On being refused he started torturing them. Because of it the Paliwal Brahmins fled from Jaisalmer to the nearby states in over night. There were eighty four villages of Paliwal Brahmins in the princely state of Jaisalmer in those days. Khaba is a testimonial of their prosperity and part of this village is occupied by Sodala Rajputs now.

Know Well India Tours GHURIA
Is a Muslim Village. The inhabitants make really beautiful embroidery. It is fine example of the desert handicrafts.

Know Well India Tours KHABIA
Also produces the simplicity of the desert jewelers.

Know Well India Tours DEHDHA
One can see the harmonious life of various castes in one village here. They are Meghawals – The leather processors fourth class among Hindus, The Muslims, The Naiya-Brahms.

Know Well India Tours JAJIYA
Hindu potters namely Kumhars live here. Most of them are farmers now.

Know Well India Tours KULDHARA
Is another abandoned Paliwal Brahmins village.At one time it is said to be a well planned town.

Know Well India Tours MOOLSAGAR
Mool Sagar built by Maharwal Mool Raj-I in 15th century is a picnic place. From the deep well people draw water with the help of camel to irrigate the vegetable garden . The camel leather bucket used for of drawing water attracts special attention of all visitors. There are some nice idols on the walls, which are example of fine sculpture.

Know Well India Tours MUNDRI
Village is more than 150 years old and has population of 60 to 80 people.Now approximately 15 houses are inhabited and rest lies in ruin. The main occupation of the people is cattle grazing. But till the 18th Century end the people were cannon shooters and served in the Royal Army of Jaisalmer. Village has mainly Hindus and Muslims.

Know Well India Tours MASURDI
Village is more that 400 years old. The villagers used to work in the field of the Paliwal’s and now they are the owner of the that land. There are Hindus and Meghwals in this village and main occupation is farming, cattle, weaving carpets and floor mats of camel and goat hair. The population is not more than 100 people with fifty homes of Thatched roof.

Know Well India Tours CHATRAIL
Village has its own significance. People in the older days provided ration to the Caravans coming form the other countries. It is more than two hundred years old with a population of 300 peoples and 100 houses, mainly of thatched roof now; their occupation is cattle grazing , weaving of carpets floor mats and blanket, made out of camel hair. It is a Muslim village.

Know Well India Tours SALKHA
Is 200 years old with a population of about 100 people with 15 houses. Their main occupation in the past was to protect the caravans from desert bandits and ensure safe passage to the caravans to their respective destinations. Now their occupation is mainly farming and cattle breeding. Rajputs are main inhabitant of the village.
Know Well India Tours CAMEL SAFARI AROUND JAISALMER
Jaisalmer FortA. CAMEL SAFARI FOR ONE NIGHT & TWO DAYS
B. CAMEL SAFARI FOR TWO NIGHTS & THREE DAYS
C. CAMEL SAFARI FOR THREE NIGHTS & FOUR DAYS
D. CAMEL SAFARI FOR FOUR NIGHTS & FIVE DAYS
E. CAMEL SAFARI FOR FIVE NIGHTS & SIX DAYS
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Know Well India Tours SIX DAY CAMEL SAFARI PANCHU TO JAMBHA EX-BIKANER
Camel SafariDAY 1
Drive to PANCHU after breakfast at the hotel a distance of 95 Kms. From Bikaner via Deshnok/Nokha. Arrive the starting point and begin the camel trek from PANCHU to village BHALA. Lunch will be served on the way. Arrive BHALA and camp. . . .
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Know Well India Tours 06 NIGHTS AND 07 DAYS CAMEL SAFARI
Camel SafariDAY 1
Drive to JANGLU after breakfast at the hotel a distance of 45 Kms. From Bikaner via Deshnok. Arrive the starting point and begin the camel trek from JANGLU to village Dingsari (15 Kms). Lunch will be served on the way. Arrive Dingsari and camp . . .
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Know Well India Tours 07 NIGHTS AND 08 DAYS CAMEL SAFARI
Camel SafariDAY 1
Drive to PITHRASAR after breakfast at the hotel a distance of 40 Kms. From Bikaner via Deshmoke. Arrive the starting point and begin the camel trek from PITHRASAR to village BANDHLA (16 Kms). Lunch will be served on the way. . . .
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Know Well India Tours CAMEL SAFARI FROM BIKANER/JAISALMER
Camel SafariDAY 1
Drive from Bikaner to arrive starting point of camel safari, choose your camels and commence riding. Arrive NOKHA. Dinner and overnight at NOKHA. . . .
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