One of the best ways to enjoy a scenic desert is by going on a camel safari—not only will you see the place in a whole new different perspective, you will also get to learn so much about how it used to be in the old days, when lots of cultures depended on a kind of transportation that needed food, and not petrol.

Below are some of the best camel safaris offered in different countries around the world. If you’re planning on going on a camel safari adventure anytime soon, these are some of the places that will surely offer you an experience that you will never forget.


Rajasthan is the place known for the best desert safari. To fully experience the Rajasthan, the largest state of the Republic of India, you can opt for going on a camel safari. Though this activity is undeniably fun, you will still need to have great endurance prepared for the road you’ll be taking. With the tour by a tourism company such as the Renaissance Reizen (I) Pvt. Ltd., you will be riding a camel for 40 to 50 kilometers a day under the scorching heat of the desert for a week to a month of adventure. Because this place encompasses the Great Indian Desert / Thar Desert, you must be prepared for heat.


Many Rajasthan Camel Safari tour operators could be found at Bikaner, Osian and Khimsar. It’s advised that you do the Rajasthan desert safari during winter, because in the summer, it is unbelievably hot and will be impossible for any person to enjoy. If you’re planning to do this, go sometime between the months of November to March.

Jaisalmer, a state in Rajasthan is one of the places that you must go to if you want a great desert safari adventure. Aside from the great havelis (private mansions) and a historical medieval mud fortress, Jaisalmer India—under the Rajasthan state— is known for its great landscape where visitors could be part of camel safaris at the picturesque, drifting desert dunes.



Known for its great outback, Australia is another place where you could embark on a great camel safari tour. The Beltana Station in the Northern Flinders Ranges in South Australia, for instance, has professional operators that will not only give you a great landscape while riding the camels–you will also know how to do proper camel handling and husbandry.



Aside from the great beaches, the island of Bali, Indonesia is where you can also do camel safari. Located at the southern part of Bali is Nusa Dua, a famous tourist destination for its five-star resorts and amazing beaches. One of the most recent addition to the already-thriving attractions here are the different camel tour offers. These camel tours are relatively shorter and more touristy compared to those of Australia and India (the tours in Bali will only take a few hours), you will still surely get the fun and adventure you’re looking for.



Dubai doesn’t seem to run out of great attractions and activities that attract visitors from all over the world. Aside from the extravagance of the Dubai Mall and the towering structure of the Burj Khalifa, this place also boasts of natural resources and scenic locations, and one of the best ways to explore them is by embarking on a great journey to the desert. Camel safari in Dubai will give you an idea on how it was like in the old days. Camels are important parts of the Arab tradition, that’s why you can count on their camel safari tours, camel caravans, camel trekking, etc., to be some of the best in the world.


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