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Horse Safari

In Rajasthan, the tourist can today have the pleasure of riding through trails dotted and marked with centopaths and tombstones of many brave and valiant. Rajput warriors.Trails which take them through villages, pass huge and ancient forts and temples. Nights can be spent in ancient palaces and Garh (small forts) now owned by the descendants of those glorious Rajput rulers. These palaces not only provide modern amenities but cultural programmes and entertainment is also available. Evenings are spent at campsites which are splashed with colour in the form of local folk dance and music. Tourists can have the pleasure of being escorted by a English speaking 'trail guide'.

Camel Safari -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 fire 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 an shrub covered area is breathtakingly beautiful and the range of flora and fauna surprisingly large for desert area.

Bird Watching
- Rajasthan’s lakes, ponds, marshlands and grasslands are a haven for bird lovers. One can find around 550 species of birds and most of these are residents. The best colony of birds in the world is Keoladeo National Park situated in Bharatpur. It has more than 400 species of birds and more than 130 of them

breed inside the park. Being a unique bird place, UNSECO has recognized it as a world heritage site. It is truly a paradise of feathered life which provides unlimited opportunities to bird watchers.

Trekking -There are many beautiful meadows, dense forests,crystal lakes, waterfalls and rivulets meandering through the countryside. One of the oldest mountain ranges of the world, the Aravallis, extending from north-east to south-west have some beautiful forest areas.

Mount Abu, about 1300 mts. Above sea level is an ideal locale. Kumbhalgarh is another area in the Aravllis which is also good for trekking. Kumbhalgarh is just 90 kms from Udaipur off the Udiapur-Pali-Jodhpur road. Trek upto the historic Kumbhalgarh fort.

There is also a wildlife of the Aravallis. One can trek from Abu road to Guru Shikhar (the highest peak of Aravallis), Thandi Beri to Kumbhalgarh fort or Ranakpur to Rawali Tatgarh. The best time for trekking in Rajasthan is from November to February. But mid-September to end of October is also pleasant. There is ample space for camping under starlit nights or in the Dak Bungalow and Forest Rest House depending on the tourists preference.