Travel as the royalty did – and still do – traversing the boundless sand desert of Jaisalmer the traditional way through Kanak’s camel safari. Trek out at sunrise when the sand is still cool from the desert air for an adventure led by a local guide. From mounting the camel to witnessing the particularly magical sunsets from the crest of flaming dunes, this camel safari should be a must-do on every bucket list.

The key to a great camel safari lies with the guide, at Kanak, we employ natives who have walked these deserts for centuries. With this camel safari, you step into their shoes as they take you along with their herds to explore this enchanting landscape. Your expert guide and tracker will accompany you as you explore the magnificent wilderness around you. On the journey, you will come across temples and local villages and get to witness a slice of their life.

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FAQ About Camel Safari in Jaisalmer

  1. What is the best time to do camel safari in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India?

    The winter months are the ideal time for a camel safari in Jaisalmer. The period between November and March is most suitable as the climate is pleasant and the summer heat of the desert is not unbearable.

  2. Which is the best place for camel safari in Jaisalmer?

    Kanak Jaisalmer offers one of the best desert and camel safari packages in Jaisalmer.

  3. What are the best places to stay in Jaisalmer for camel safari?

    Kanak Jaisalmer is the best place to stay for camel safari in Jaisalmer.

  4. Is camel safari safe?

    Camel Safari can be a strenuous activity as the rider has to sit for hours on the back of the camel. It is not unsafe but can lead to back and neck pain. So, we advise you seek medical attention if you are suffering and are planning to go for camel safari.

  5. What should I wear for a camel safari?

    Sitting for a prolonged time on the camel can be discomforting. We suggest you wear clothes that allow easy movement as the safari might involve walking, trekking or climbing heights.