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Village Safari Day Tours

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Jodhpur, India
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About Village Safari Day Tours
Bishnoi Village Safari is the organization started by Rajas and Maharaja's of Jodhpur to show that Indian and foreign guest a glaimpse of rich cultural life around their state of Marwar, A True Rajasthan.If you want to get an experience of bishnoi and true Village life then go with local organizers Chhotaram Prajapat (Weaver). we are specialized in organizing BISHNOI VILLAGE SAFARI, DESERT SAFARI, City Sight Seeing , Night Safaris , Car Rental Services , ARRANGING TOURS TO NORTH INDIA. We assure our clients to get best experience and best value for money. Don't hesitate to write us or call us for best rates for our tours.
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Bishnoi Village Safari Half Day Tour

Get an up-close view of Bishnoi Village on this guided excursion. After an optional hotel pickup, explore this pilgrimage beloved by followers of Vishnu, one of Hinduism’s principle gods. Learn about the village’s history and culture from an informative local guide while visiting with weavers, potters, and other local craftsmen and women. Enjoy a home-cooked meal with a local family and complimentary water, tea, and coffee.
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4 to 5 hours
from US$ 20.00

Art and craft tour

Arts and crafts lovers and anyone with an interest in rural Rajasthani life won't want to miss this immersive tour. You'll head out into rural Rajasthan to visit with local craftspeople as they make pottery, weave cloth rugs, and practice the traditional art of block printing. You'll even get to see how local families cook up Indian food over an open fire.
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4 to 5 hours
from US$ 20.00

Half Day Village Safari

Travelers interested in experiencing rural Indian life and learning about Rajasthani tribal groups will love this half-day village safari. You'll visit a Bishnoi village near Jodhpur, where you'll interact with this minority group of people. Learn about their way of life and distinct customs. Have lunch with a local family, and also spend some time looking for wildlife and birds in the nearby area.
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4 to 5 hours
from US$ 21.34

Incredible Cooking with Mamata Prajapat

Experience the flavour of Rajasthan with our talented chef in a 2-3 hour workshop. Learn to cook ten traditional dishes in a clean, well equipped Traditional kitchen.

At Incredible Mamata's Cooking Classes (Workshop), we teach you to cook up to ten popular dishes over 2-3 hours. With the guidance of our wonderful chef you'll prepare your food and then sit down afterward to enjoy your efforts. Our ingredients are fresh, the spices of the highest quality, the facilities are excellent and the food is always delicious.
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4 hours
from US$ 21.34

Camel Safari In Osian Desert Nearby Jodhpur

We tell you about our safari The "Thar" engulfs in itself three prime cities of Rajasthan - Bikaner, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur (Osian). Around these cities, one finds huge and endless stretches of sand dunes. Thar is a culture, a life in itself, a home for many trebles, animal and bird species. You will surely be amazed to see this different kind of ecosystem where inspire of harsh conditions in summer, without water, flowers bloom (a cactus specie) and reptiles venture out of earth. The evenings are much cooler than you can expect and it is more marvelous to sit among sand dunes in evening, with campfire on and folk music sulking inside with countless stars overhead. Inspired by the THAR, our camel safari is also named after it - THAR CAMEL SAFARI because it gives you a complete flavor of the region combined with the traditions and color of earth. Hail to the ship of the desert - CAMEL, without it you cannot expect life in this region of the world.
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6 to 8 hours
from US$ 42.67
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Renu Datta wrote a review Mar 2021
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A wonderful experience of village safari with Om Prakash ji, driving in the desert was so much fun, spotted few blackbucks.Went to a local shoe shop in the village Salawas, this old man is making beautiful juttis from years and is the only shop in the village. Had delicious meal made by Chotta Ram's wife. Watching durries/ carpet weaving at Chotta Ram Ji's house was a very enriching experience. This is their ancestral business. Thank you so much Om Prakash ji and Chotta Ram ji for this wonderful experience.We will be back soon to enjoy this rustic experience again.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Ritu B wrote a review Feb 2021
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Enjoyed the rustic village life and had a great time in the Safari ride. Saw Blackbucks and Deer Block paintings were a superb work of art ,Nicely and Gently explained by mr Ashok and his brother. Chula cooked food was super delicious.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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nandini vaidyanathan wrote a review Feb 2021
Bangalore, Karnataka, India32 contributions29 helpful votes
First we went looking for the blackbuck. We saw plenty of these shy creatures, but from a distance. I think we chose the wrong time, 2 pm even on a winter afternoon is way too warm for the animals to be scouring barren land. And there was no water body nearby. Om, our safari guide was chatty, knowledgeable and drove the four- wheel in a manner that was meant to add an element of adventure to the whole exercise. Then we watched the opium ceremony in the Bishnoi village ( Om told us a very interesting story about how the name came about. I always thought it was a community. But apparently an ecologically evolved saint laid down 29 rules to protect the environment. Anybody who practised them became a Bishnoi. Bees in hindi is 20, noi is 9!) The opium ceremony was hilarious, even more so when Om, without batting an eyelid said, we don't eat meat, we don't drink, so opium is our only vice! We went to the village sculptor and everyone watched shapes magically come alive in his deft hands. Some of us even tried our hand at it. Then we went to Om's house and had sumptuous dinner of bajre ki roti ( made on chulhas), kadi and cabbage subzi, with of course the famous Rajasthani garlic chilly chutney. Om's brother has been instrumental in the dhurrie makers forming a cooperative so that they have better market access and can command better prices. It was a delightful few hours that we spent doing different things before Om dropped us back at our Airbnb on the outskirts of Jodhpur. Thank you Om, and thank your family for all the hospitality ❤️❤️
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Rajiv Krishna wrote a review Dec 2020
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Very unique experience. In half a day you get to see Black Bucks & Nilgai up close, meet villagers in the hinterland of Rajasthan and also sample and learn about traditional art forms and traditions. The best part is that the Prajapati's who run this are weavers by profession and they stay in the same village as the Bishnoi's, therefore the experience is much more authentic. Om, our guide was very warm and knowledgeable. Icing on the cake was the home cooked meal we had at the end of the trip at the Prajapati's family home. Apart from the usual touristy trappings of a city, this is an experience that you must sign up for. Pro tip: they also run a beautiful homestay that's listed on Airbnb.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Prashant R wrote a review Dec 2020
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It is not a Bishnoi village trip. That's just a small part of the trip. Actually, we went to just one Bishnoi house. But then the trip gives a very good feel of the rural side of Rajasthan. The best part was blackbuck sightings. We indulged in some pottery making. Also, the family is a very good host. The chula-cooked food was also good.
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