Embark on a camping tour in Rajasthan and pass through the quaint villages and ancient ruins of the west. Camping tours on a full moon night can bestow you with vistas which seem to be extracted from a painting. The world famous Pushkar Mela starts in late October or early November and it is one of the most exotic locations to set a camp. There are several campsites nestled amongst the Aravali mountain ranges, in the middle of the desert, far away from the city noise. The experience becomes unfading when you witness the local culture and their tradition, right from their ethnic dresses to their musical expressions; nothing beats this offbeat venture in the wilderness of a desert. The camping experience in Mt. Abu, the only hill station in the west is out of the world. Pitched tent under the star speckled sky, coupled with food, friends and endless fun.
The camping trip surrounded with lush green forests can be followed with multiple activities like trekking, rock climbing and rappelling. Take a refuge in the jungle resorts of Ranthambore National Park, and head out on a jungle safari in jeep for wildlife spotting. Get acknowledged with the surroundings and habitat of Rajasthan by expert guides in the camel safari of Bikaner, Rajasthan is seemingly a timeless world that still adheres by the customary practices and attires of their culture. The food and the language is itself a unique adventure to soak in, the winter has a beautiful golden hue and the summers are swept by the hot winds. The raw and rustic appeal can be a best setting for a camping tour in Rajasthan with friends and family.