National Research Centre on Camel

National Research Centre on Camel

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Lakshmi I
New Delhi, India34 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2020 • Friends
Having read a bit about the benefits of camel milk I was looking forward to visiting the camel centre. A short twenty min drive from Bikaner city centre, this vast sand duned Government undertaking needs a dose of imagination, will and a bit of TLC to make it more interesting for visitors. How about a Camel 🐪 Cafe? Instead kulfis and packets of flavoured milk are handed out thru a window grill with no place to sit comfortably and savour it. The camel leather and camel wool scarves and shawls should have a spacious place designated to showcase them and entice interested customers. Camels are curious, delightful creatures. We humans need to do a bit more justice in showcasing them.
Written 19 December 2020
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pandhivipul
New Delhi, India73 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2022
We went to offer another unique experience to our kids but there was not much staff to attend tourist like us.
There is an entrance ticket of Rs.50/- for kids above 5 years and adults. Once you enter you are pretty much on you own.
According to staffers we met there, there are around 300 camels in the institute which go for grazing every day in the morning and come back by 3 PM.
So if you want to see the complete lot then you should reach the institute around 3 PM , in case if you have to visit early then you can still see around 50-60 camels in different enclosures.
Camels rides are offered along with some products made of camel milk.
Can visit if you are with kids in Bikaner on a tourist mode.
Written 11 January 2022
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Archiki
Mumbai, India63 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021 • Family
If you want to try camel milk and camel milk kulfi, this is the place to go. We went because of the children in the group. Due to covid, there wete no other tourists. We roamed around the center to see the young camels. We were able to go up really close to some of the camels. We thought only the kids would enjoy but everyone in the group had fun while learning. There is a museum which gives history of types of camels and what goods are made from their skin, bones etc. They also have shops selling camel skin belts and other souvenir items.
Written 28 February 2021
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lauratravellover
Barcelona, Spain36 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2022 • Couples
We expected much more of this center. The museum tou visit it in literally 5 minutes and there is very little information. When we arrived nobody was avaliable at the place of the Camel milk products. Afterwards we could try them, if we pay for them of course, and again we did not get much information about it. We could see camels but there was no guide, only some information panels. Quite disappointing
Written 25 April 2022
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A Choudhury
New Delhi, India112 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021 • Solo
This place is located on the outskirts of the city and it focuses on research, breeding and development of camels. There are several camels in the complex which is spread over a big area. There is a small museum where products made from camel skin, camel bones are in display. There is also a cafe where tea, coffee, ice-cream and kulfi made of camel milk is available. Visit this unique place if you are in Bikaner.
Written 27 May 2021
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KARAN AHLUWALIA
Mumbai, India149 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2021 • Family
This is one of a kind place. Check the timings before going. I guess it opens in the afternoon only. I am from Rajasthan and have seen camels before but never have seen so many camels together at one place. It was also reasonably managed inspite of being a government institution. I tasted camel milk, camel milk Lassi and Kulfi. The sweet lassi tasted as if someone had added salt to sweet Lassi. The staff explained that camel milk is quite salty and hence the taste. You must try the products for the experience. The camel ride was the topping on the cake. It's not easy to ride a camel and you will feel afraid of falling down but again you must do it for the experience. All in all a must visit place specially if you have young children.
Written 15 November 2021
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Dirk W
Alexandra Headland, Australia10,060 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023 • Solo
The National Research Centre on Camel could be so much more interesting if there was a little more interaction. As it stands now, it's like visiting a Zoo : quick walk through and look from behind the fence. Really disappointing.
Upon exit, there's a small outlet where, theoretically, you can buy camel products to sample. The time of my visit, they had one (ONE !) small pouch with milk left . . .
This could ,and should, be a major tourist attraction.
Written 31 March 2023
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BangkokPhil
Bangkok193 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Couples
We loved our time here and yet not many rickshaw drivers seem to know the place. You can wander around to your heart's content getting up close to these magnificent animals. A fun way to pass an hour.
Written 1 January 2020
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dkf03
Garibaldi Highlands, Canada49 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Friends
We stopped here for a short visit. We did not take any tour but just wandered the facility ourselves. Very interesting and we were lucky to see a brand new baby camel with its mom. There was also two instances when large groups of camels ran through the site to get to the troighs. Pretty spectacular for some of us who have never seen a camel. Wel worth the small entry fee.
Written 2 January 2020
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Bhavin Modha
Vadodara, India37 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022 • Family
It's a nice detour off to Bikaner where you can see many breeding camel. Activities are camel ride, man made dunes, photos and can rat camel milk made products (very limited though).
Entrance ticket 50 per head.
Written 27 October 2022
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