Book Luxury Desert Camps in Sam Jaisalmer to Stay for a Night
NamasteHoliday to bring home the pleasures, charms, uniqueness and excitement of the desert life, to you at your threshold during the Sept. to March. With credibility, vast experiences and professional skill supported by well trained cum experienced staff for your comfort and healthy food.
May we assure you, of one excellence in all fields to attend to your needs at the barest minimum expenses that will amaze you.
We provide fully equipped tentage accommodation with toilet facilities, electricity, thus bringing home away from home experience to you. Be close to nature, enjoy the Rajasthani heritage in our elegantly built tents having centre room, Verandah, toilets with all modern facilities including 24 hrs running water.
To your surprise our site is just 32 km from jaisalmer at SAM DUNES. Though at the neighborhood of city of Jaisalmer, it is well within the Desert experiences in the sand dunes playing hide and seek with you which will be Thrilling experience too.
Let our endeavour be your pleasure of life
We organize specializing exclusive deluxe camel safaris and camping anywhere in the desert of Rajasthan. The base camp is located 3 km before sam sand dunes where you can enjoy our special desert dream package. Package includes night stay, camel safari, traditional welcome, refreshment, Folk music and dance, camp fire, dinner and breakfast.
NamasteHoliday provides swiss tents in the traditional Indian environment with all type of facility including medical and accommodation facilities. Not the kind of of holidays most people like. However, if youre not looking for bustling bazaars , jostling malls, videos in every room , music systems in every passing Car and other such tourist attractions, you might consider our camps quite charming.
Camel Safari Rajasthan
Rajasthan invites you to feel the adventure of a Camel Safari, which takes you through the golden sands of the vast. Thar desert. Like horse safaris, camel safaris are also popular in Rajasthan. The camel, popularly known as the ship of the desert, is not only common in the Thar desert, but also the only means of transportation in remote areas.
Ride through sandy tracks, passing through remote villages. Pitch your tent at a new place each night. Spend the evenings next to the camp tire and dance to the folk music.
The safari is organised to take one through the golden sands of the vast Thar desert and untamed countryside, enabling one to experience the days gone by when time drifted at a leisurely pace. The rolling landscape of the sand & shrub covered area is breathtakingly beautiful and the range of flora and fauna surprisingly large for a desert area.
The camel breeders or Raika are the best guides. They know every pasture, waterhole and village of the region. One can ride or walk along leisurely with the safari and enjoy the deserts-cape. The camel-carts are fully equipped and tourists need not bother about comfort in the desert.
camel safari can be arranged at Pushkar,jaisalmer or Jodhpur Osia Camps Bikaner and also during Nagaur fair,desertfestival and Pushkar fair but without camel safari your journey to Rajasthan is not completed.
Rajasthan Special Activities
A more recent, and exciting, variation of the camel safari is the horse safri, The Rajputs where born to be horseback reders, and the tradition wsas strongly engorced in the medieval ages when the cavalry formed one of the most important flanks of the desert armies, Special houses were bred at the thikanas or aristocratic homes of the
Thakurs who served their kings which armies of horsemen. The Marwari horse is an indigenous species, hardy agile and among the notables in worlds breeds, In addition, the Kathiawadi and Sindhi horses are also adept at traversing the desert countryside.
Horse safaris are usually conducted in the vicinity of Udaipur where the hilly terrain and forested countryside are ideal for taking to the trail.
Depending on the side of the group, the pack of cavalry can move swiftly or at leisure, moving form the vicinity of one old fort to another, There is additional excitement it that the route you stay in may have been those very ones where the ancient armies once rode and camped.
Ethnic Village Visit
A majority of population in Rajasthan reside in villages. The rural vistas have a lot to offer to the visitors. Being the origin of the famous folk arts and crafts of the state, the rural settings are home to the most warm-hearted people and peaceful surrounding. Away from the hustle bustle of cities, rural life is the best way to re-energize you amongst people that derive their energy from their own close knit and very generous society.
The peaceful surroundings not only present a view of the very different lifestyle but also offer the most sumptuous cuisine along with some dazzling attires and numerous celebrations. Staying with the villagers in their mud houses and spending a day or two with them will bring you across a way of life so peaceful and content that you may never want to leave.
The serene surroundings not only provide a view of the very different lifestyle but also offer the most sumptuous cuisine along with some dazzling attires and innumerable festivities. Staying with the villagers in their mud houses and spending a day or two with them will bring you across a way of life so peaceful and content that you may never want to leave.
For what is referred to as a desert, Rajasthan is amazingly populated: its landscape scattered with a number of villages and hamlets, telltale signs of tree groves and populations of cattle being the only indication that there is such a settlement in close proximity.
The typical village has always been difficult to spot till one is actually upon it. Its simplest hamlets, the most basic form of civilisation with a way of life that has probably remained unchanged since centuries, consists of a collection of huts that are circular, and have thatched roofs.The walls are covered with a plaster of clay, cow dung, and hay, making a termite-free (antiseptic) facade that blends in with the sand of the countryside around it. Boundaries for houses and land holdings, called baras, are made of the dry branches of a nettle-like shrub, the long, sharp thorns a deterrent for straying cattle.
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