One of the most popular activities in Pushkar is to ride a jeep to explore the many, small traditional villages that surround it as well as the magnificent bodies of nature near it. Ride through the gorgeous sands of the Thar Desert and go up and down its many sand dunes. The Aravalli Range is nearby, so if you want a break from the desert heat, you can drive around and even stop to admire the lush green landscape of the range and revel in the cool, tranquil atmosphere generated by the sounds of the rustling foliage. This activity isn’t all adrenaline-pumping fun. Take the opportunity to get to know rural India intimately by visiting the many villages nearby. By visiting these, you’ll learn all there is to know about the rich culture that forms the state of Rajasthan. You’ll be able to see and appreciate a wide variety of artistic mediums and fascinating domestic practices. One of the best parts of this excursion is that you’ll be able to enter some of the houses in the villages and interact with their owners. If you’re lucky, you might see them milk cows, cook meals, and even get offered some tea to share with them while you talk. This is a must for nature lovers and for those who like learning about foreign cultures.
Visit the famous Camel Safari in the quaint and picturesque town of Pushkar and take the opportunity to hop on a camel and go for stroll to see the beautiful rural side of India. As you ride the camel around the area, you’ll be able to visit various farmlands and small traditional villages surrounding Pushkar. You’ll get to walk and down sand dunes and get wonderful views of the incredible desert landscape from breathtaking vantage points. After going for a stroll on the back of a camel, you’ll return to the safari where you can sip on tea and admire the sunset over Pushkar while interacting with the locals and fellow tourists. This is a must for those who want to go exploring on the back of the camel and for those who live to see sublime sunsets.