Watch the sunset while riding a camel in the Thar Desert on this full-day tour to Osian from Jodhpur. You'll also have time to visit the Sachiya Mata Temple on the way to the camel safari. Includes round-trip transportation from Jodhpur, and camel ride.
Experience an ancient temple and sunset camel safari on this overnight excursion. After a convenient hotel, airport, or railway pickup, head to Osian and explore two beautiful places of worship—a Jain temple and Sachiya Mata. Enjoy a guided camel ride as the sun sets over the Great Indian Desert before heading to your homestay for a delicious dinner of homecooked Marwari cuisine and a night under the stars.
Gain a deeper understanding of life in the Bishnoi Villages—Khejarli, Kakani, and Guda Bishnoiyan—on this private half-day tour from Jodhpur. With personalized attention from your guide and the ability to travel at your own pace, learn about the region's nature and wildlife, as well as what daily life is like in these villages. Lunch or dinner and round-trip transportation from your accommodations in Jodhpur included.
Get an up-close view of Bishnoi Village on this guided excursion. After an optional hotel pickup, explore this pilgrimage beloved by followers of Vishnu, one of Hinduism’s principle gods. Learn about the village’s history and culture from an informative local guide while visiting with weavers, potters, and other local craftsmen and women. Enjoy a home-cooked meal with a local family and complimentary water, tea, and coffee.
Salawas village experience is a creative engagement opportunity for all craft lovers. A visit to this village uncovers the age old craft practiced by villagers working for over generations. The experience lets you engage with potters and weaving community and understand the hardship behind their handcrafted mud vessels and ‘durries’. The villagers have been practicing the skills for over generations and preserved the art and craft in the form of articles sold across the world. A unique opportunity that allows you to try your hands on the art while exchanging words of village wisdom with the locals. The activity offers an opportunity to involve with the local community and know-how the village life of hamlets in Rajasthan.
Watch the sunset while riding a camel in the Thar Desert on this tour to Osian from Jodhpur. You'll also have time to visit theSachiya Mata Temple on the way to the camel safari. Includes round-trip transportation from Jodhpur, and camel ride.
Experience an amazing camel safari in the Thar Desert while watching the sun set to complete your trip to Jodphur. You will alsovisit the famous Sachiya Mata Temple and learn more about Indian culture on this tour.
Chhotaram Prajapat’s Homestay – a home away from home. Chhotaram Prajapat’s Homestay is situated Salawas which is situated on the outskirts of Jodhpur, around 20 Kilometers away from the heritage city which is known for its vibrancy and culture. Chhotaram Prajapat’s Homestay, is easily accessible to Jodhpur. We offer contemporary dwelling and a mesmerizing experience to our guests that truly match the real purpose of tourists’ visit in Jodhpur. It is believed that the soul of a country lies within its villages. Salawas, a part of Jodhpur City, is one such village where the tourists get attracted towards the archaic lifestyle of the dwellers who have managed to maintain and live with the unwavering soul of the land.
No trip in Rajasthan is completed without a visit to the Bishnoi Villages, such as Guda Bishnoiyan, Kakani and Khejarli. Khejarli is the village that a lot of men and women sacrificed their lives to protect the trees. Witness the beautiful nature and wildlife while experiencing the lifestyle of the locals.
You will not just visit ancient places like Mondore garden and Sachai Mata temple, but also able to see and feel the real life of a desert.During the safari you will discover village life. Some ponds where water is available and wild animals those come for water.Sand dunes are the major attraction of the jeep safari. You will enjoy the sand dunes safari and will have unforgettable memories attached to it.Neel cow, deer, peacock are some of the animals those can be seen during the safari. Travellers are also interested to see desert farming and we show the same in the safari. Carpet and pottery village visit is add on flavour of the safari.
You fly high over the battlements of Rajasthan's most majestic fortress, the Mehrangarh Fort. Set in the backdrop of the Rajasthan desert, this is truly one of the most iconic zip tours in the world. Glide serenely over two desert lakes, trek through the Rao Jodha Desert Eco-Park and enjoy the best views of Mehrangarh Fort and the Blue City of Jodhpur.
The Bishnoi’s are a eco Friendly sect of Hindu religion, it is one of the different community of Rajasthan who are famous for there rich cultural Rajasthani Life and there true love for nature and animals.Bishnoi Village Safari is the organization started by Rajas and Maharaja's of Jodhpur to introduce Indian and foreign guest to rich cultural life around their state of Marwar.We organize full day and half day safaris at very reasonable cost and in some ways give our sincere efforts to help the poor and needy local people in this water scarce region.Gudha Bishnoiyan VillageWhere you can spot wild life & visit to bishnoi families.Here you can watch wild animals in there natural habitats, many species of desert animals are found there some of them our Antelopes, Gazelle, Dumessille Crane, Rabbits, Blue Bulls, Migrated Birds, Peacocks etc
Watch sun go down in the evening in the desert on Camel.Sunset in the desert is considered a peak experience in Rajasthan. Expect to spend about one to two hours riding the camel in the Thar Desert. Experience to Indian village life, cultural exchange and thorough exposure of the daily life schedule within the village will give your thoughts a new dimension of India Travel.Experience life like locals.Be with them,share and cherish memories.
A highlight of the Jodhpur on Wheel experience - an exploratory drive in rugged four wheel jeeps where one will scramble and climb over forested hill and higher crests. As small convoy vehicles track up and down at the city of Rao Jodha , invariably getting stuck, part of the fun is ‘pushing out’ and enjoying the locales life before you are back in the car and off again.Heritage drives wind through the forts, temples and 'streets', (the valleys between city). A gentle drive (about an hour and a half) through the ethnicity is a great way to cover the distances needed to find the free-local life and color. Stop for photo opportunities, pointing out architectural designs, or focusing on specific interests you may have, as well as pointing out some of the many monuments of Jodhpur or food streets with rarer testes.
Taking a motorcycle tour in India is the best way to explore the land of culture and adventure with beautiful Blue City houses , beautiful temples ,local chai , meeting locals and wonderful life of people and you enjoy the exciting , adventure ride in the valley of the Blue City.
Heard about the heroic community of Bishnoi, who prevented the trees from being cut redundantly? Well, now think about spending time with the same saviors and get to know their tradition and archaic lifestyle while spending a day with them. This trip will take place in the small oasis desert village of Jodhpur, known as the Bishnoi Village. As a tribute to nature, Bishnoi are known for not spending on meat or liquor. Likewise, they are also known for their compassionate cultivation for dairy cattle. Moreover, Bishnoi ladies are also notable for breastfeeding the infant pronghorns, who have been separated from their mothers.Have a true experience of tribal India, meeting and understanding the rural life, culture & traditions. Getting to know the lives of local potters, yarn weavers, shepherds, farmers and learning how much they are content and happy, being away from the world outside is an amazing feeling.
Our tour three place to visit :- 1. KANKANI VILLAGEBlock printers village. Where you will see how people do print by hand on fabrics.2. SALAWAS (WEAVERS VILLAGE)Salawas, a land magic carpets; a land where fantasy and reality joins forces to keep alive one of its most famous traditions: the durry (Rugs). The durry (Rugs), weather weaved out of cotton or wool, spreads colorful tradition and heritage from its primitive form of weaving in the villages of Rajasthan. Make your home a cozier place by adding to it the magical glamour of India, with the colorful folklore of the durry (Rugs).Here we will take you to our own famous Pukhraj Durry Udhyog one of the best rugs manufacturer in this area in terms of quality and rates. Here you can buy or can see how these rugs are being manufactured. And this is our Home so we don’t pay to middle man. So you can get best quality .3. POTTER’S VILLAGEFamous for pottery, tourists can see people doing pottery, if you want you can also try pottery.
Come and explore the small local hamlets with us, villages which are extremely vibrant and colorful and still stands very rustic and intact with their rural character. Visit the small beautiful homes of our locals, interact with them and observe closely the customs and traditions of their day to day life. Participate in their daily household work, learn to cook Indian meal on traditional age old clay oven. Grind the spices by hand made machines and even walk out to the nearby fields with kids to enjoy the sight of their herds grazing in the open fields.
Jodhpur, the second-largest city in the state of Rajasthan, is a popular tourist destination featuring many forts, palaces, and temples. Used to be the historic capital of Kindom of Marwar, Jodhpur is popularly named Blue City and Sun City among the people of the state and the country.About 70 km from Jodhpur is Osian, an oasis in the Thar Desert. Do not miss the glory of the beautiful sunset and the gold pleated sand while you are mounting on the highest dunes. The jeep safari allows you to have a perfect glimpse of the widespread of the desert and dive into the local culture of the surroundings.The quest starts with the rustic voice of the engine of the jeep, which is ready to take you to the dunes of the desert. Make sure to tighten the seat belts to let the magic ride begin. Take pictures of the desert and end with beautiful memories.Timings- 6:00 am - 7:00 pm
Experience an ancient temple and sunset Jeep safari on this half-day excursion. After a convenient hotel, airport, or railway pickup, head to Osian and explore Sachiya Mata Temple—a place of worship built 1,000 years ago. Then, enjoy a guided Jeep ride as the sun sets over the Great Indian Desert.
Explore the beautiful city of Jodhpur by visiting some of the most stunning monuments on this private full-day tour. You’ll see and learn about the history of Jodhpur such as the historic Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada known for its breathtaking garden, and Umaid Bhawan Palace and museum. No trip in Rajasthan is completed without a visit to the Bishnoi Villages, such as Guda Bishnoiyan , Kakani and Khejarli. Here you’ll witness the beautiful nature and wildlife while experiencing the lifestyle of the locals. Watch the sunset while riding a camel in the Thar Desert on this 8-hour tour to Osian from Jodhpur. You'll also have time to visit the Sachiya Mata Temple on the way to the camel safari
Annals of Rajasthan mobile camel Safari camp provides an unsurpassed experience of Rajasthan. It is theideal method of travel or stay for people who enjoy close proximity to the bush and wildernessand want to experience the desert of Rajasthan at first hand but still want the comforts of a large,comfortable camp being set up for them.Enjoy luxury camping deep in the bush staying in large Selous Style walk-in tents with privateverandahs, and full en-suite facilities.
Jaipur, the Pink City,planned by Vidyadhar Bhattacharya, it holds the distinction of being the first planned city of India. Renowned globally for its coloured gems, the capital city of Rajasthan combines the allure of its ancient history with all the advantages of a metropolis. Jodhpur, the second largest city in Rajasthan is popularly known as the Blue City. The name is clearly befitting as most of the architecture – forts, palaces, temples, havelis and even houses are built in vivid shades of blue. The strapping forts that tower this magnificent city sum up to a spectacle you would not want to miss. Often referred to as the 'Venice of the East', the city of lakes Udaipur is located around azure water lakes and is hemmed in by lush green hills of Aravallis.