Over Night Camel Safari
Starting around 3.30 Pm. we take you through villagers where you will see local village life.
Farmers are working their and picking roses from the gardens .women are wearing traditional clothing and children are excited to see you past the village is the desert and by 8pm fully equipped tents with beds and blankets are pitched .
For evening entertainment you are provided with dinner and a wonderful performance by gypsy dancers. When its time to sleep. You can choose to stay inside the tent or sleep under the stars.
2. Waking up to the beautiful sunrise over the dunes breakfast is served and we make our way back to pushkar.
There are facilities available free of charge to leave your luggage before or after the tour if you are arriving or leaving close to the departure/return time. For a small charge there are also shower facilities available.
GENERAL RIDING INSTRUCTIONS
The camel is a lovely and tame animal, however, certain care must be taken and instructions observed to make your ride as comfortable and safe as possible.
When mounting the camel lean back and make sure you are comfortable in your saddle.
Hang your backpack on the saddle knob.
When the camel stands up or sits down, lean back again and hold the reins (mori) tightly.
Always hold the reins when riding, as you will be rocked gently back and forth.
When turning right pull the right rein gently into the right direction, when turning left pull the left one to the left.
For galloping pull both reins together slowly and give the camel a slight kick on both sides with your legs.
To make the camel stop pull both reins backward quickly.
To make the camel sit down pull both reins and mouth the word "Jhu Jhu".
To get it walking again just pull the reins up again.
Should you wish to receive a demonstration of the above before the start of the trip, please just ask our trained drivers. Never provoke a camel or give it any sort of food!
WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU
* A hat, cap or turban
* Sunscreen and sunglasses
* Long-sleeve shirt, long trousers, sneakers or other type of solid shoes. Remember, the sun is fierce!
* Camera and film
* Toilet paper and towel
* Diary, pen, a book to read, cards or other games
* Medical kit (for just in case)
* In the winter season warm clothes for the night
* A big smile and positive attitude
* Food and mineral/filtered water will be provided at all times. Our camel drivers use only this water when preparing meals. All the food is vegetarian and freshly prepared over the campfire.
* You do not need a sleeping bag as you will be given clean bedrolls, which will keep you warm and protect you from the sand.
* Remember to keep the desert clean and never leave any rubbish behind.