National Research Centre on Camel

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National Research Centre on Camel

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A Choudhury
New Delhi, India112 contributions
Research on Camels
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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Abhinishv
Secunderabad, India614 contributions
One of its kind in India
Mar 2021 • Family
The reasearch centre is located on the Jodhpur by pass road. The entry free is very nominal. There is a museum inside the centre which gives an insight into different type of camels, uses of camels and various products manufactured utilising camel. The institute also offers a short camel ride of 5-10 min for Rs.100 for which the tickets can be purchased at the Entry Gate. There are about 300 camels in the research centre. Those interested can also buy camel product souvenirs like purse, bangles, earrings, blankets, shawls etc from shops inside the complex. The camel cafe offers you camel milk, icecream & other products which are very unique. The flip side is that there was no one to guide us. The research centre is well laid out and well planned it would be better that guided tours are organised or brochures be given to tourists for more value addition. A recommended visit with school going children.
Written 6 March 2021
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Archiki
Mumbai, India52 contributions
Camel breeding farm
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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Charu
New Delhi, India64 contributions
You can do so much better GEAR UP
Dec 2020
They are great but with modern times they need to revamp themselves to maximize benefits.
They have so much to offer but they require presentation.
I hope and wish for the sake of the camels that they gear up at earliest. Still they are making an efforts so that's also comendable.
Written 6 January 2021
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Lakshmi I
New Delhi, India32 contributions
Camel milk kulfi
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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Vishnu_Agg
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India143 contributions
Must visit in Bikaner if you love animals!
Nov 2020 • Couples
This place is a must visit if you want to learn more about ship of the desert- Camel. They have over 350 camels at the center of different breeds. They offer camel safari which we couldn't do as it was closed due to Covid. This place also has a mini museum with details on different camel breeds and different types of products made from camel milk, skin and bones. They also have a milk parlour which serves Kulfi, coffee, tea, ice cream made from Camel milk. Definitely try the Kesar Kulfi. Camels are really friendly animals and they respond to voices and visitors very quickly by moving their head in the direction of voice source.
Written 10 November 2020
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Suncoastbiker
Vernon, Canada128 contributions
Once in a lifetime experience!!
Oct 2019
We were in Bikaner and decided to go check out the research centre, we are so happy that we did. The staff are available answer any questions you may have. The Camels are spread out over a large area and all seem to be treated very well. We really enjoyed visiting this site. The Camel Lassi is a once in a life time must try!! We also did a video review on you tube under losttogether4ever check it out.
Written 11 May 2020
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Sethupathi S
Bikaner, India18 contributions
First of its kind in India...
Feb 2020
Must visit Research Centre @ Bikaner...
Herds of camels beaming...
Visit during winters preferably between November and March...
Written 23 March 2020
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Dhawal
Jaysingpur, India118 contributions
Must in Bikaner
Jan 2020 • Solo
Bikaner is known for it's camels. Do visit NRCC. A private vehicle is needed to go this place. No public transport is available.
Eat Camel milk products.
Buy Camel leather products, Camel bone jewellery and Rajasthani art at cheap prices which is not a counterfeit. Shopping at shops at NRCC is must.
Irony is people living in Bikaner don't know NRCC. Tell them that you want to go to Camel Farm.
Written 25 February 2020
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Gebriale20079753125
5 contributions
Totally Different
Feb 2020 • Couples
The museum has exhibits on ecology including camel food and products using camel hair. Camel milk and camel milk ice cream are available at the shop near the entrance. Camel milk products are available in reasonable price and these are very tasty.
Written 24 February 2020
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