Camping in Jaipur: Upto 30% Off on Jaipur Camps
1510657734 default placeholder.jpg
Desert Camping

Camping near Jaipur

Explore best offers on Jaipur camping packages at Thrillophilia. Book the best camping tours near Jaipur with exciting deals & offers to pamper you on your camping experience.

Jaipur, the largest city of Rajasthan, is also the capital of the state and is a beautiful city dotted with forts and palaces. The beauty of the place invites people from all parts of India to visit the ‘pink city’ at least once in their lifetime. The geography and the climate, which remain soothing from November to February, is the best time to explore the city and enjoy the best camping tours in Jaipur.

When in Jaipur, go glamping (a portmanteau of camping and glamour) at the Tree House Resorts and enjoy staying in nests named after birds in the nearby area. Samode Bagh also offers luxury tents for a similar experience. The Dera Amer Camp, behind Amer Fort is an excellent choice for backpackers. It includes an elephant trek, exotic bird watching, and a jeep safari as well. A raw camping experience in Jaipur is at Aravalli Hills, where you reside in unpretentious tents and get to glimpse the flora, fauna, and meadows nearby from a native’s perspective.

Take a look at the wilderness of Jaipur through a Camel Safari. Fly across the city and get a bird’s eye view of the massive forts and palaces in it. Go shopping for traditional Rajasthani jewelry and clothes at Tripolia Bazaar and Chandpol Bazar. Pay a visit to the Jal Mahal, the atmospheric Hawa Mahal, and the Jantar Mantar which comes under the top sightseeing places in Jaipur. Make sure to get a taste of Rajasthan’s festive culture at one of the many folk festivals like Kite Festival or Dhulandi Festival Attend the Jaipur Literature Festival with soothing Sufi music to provide the perfect backdrop. Visit Chokhi Dhani, for tableau depictions of Rajasthani dance and art culture. Indulge in the best camping tours in Jaipur for a memorable time here.

Showing 1-8 of 8 results
Filter
Destinations
Tour Type
Categories
Duration
Price Range
Categories: Camping
Price: Rs: 0 to

Jaipur Top Attractions

Places To Visit In Jaipur

Popular Camping Destinations

20 November 2018
Excellent
Was fun. very very fun

People Also Ask About Camping in Jaipur

  1. Which are the best sites for camping in and near Jaipur?

    1. Sambhar Lake: Known to be the largest saltwater lake in the State, Sambhar Lake is known for offering a proper scenic spot to set up a camp and spend a night gazing into the stars. The nights here are comparatively chilly than other locations of Jaipur, thus making sure that one plans to set up a bonfire. Around the lake lie various ancient temples which are a must visit whenever one plans camping near Jaipur.

    Location: Sambhar Lake, Jaipur, Rajasthan
    Price: INR 1500 to INR 2000 per person
    Amenities: packaged water, washroom facilities, parking area, food services, kitchen to cook your own food, medical services

    2. Old town of Ajmer: While the old town of Ajmer is filled with various historical ruins, touring them does not remain the only way to explore them. Many adventure Enthusiasts visit these ruins to set up their camp and spend a night exploring the hidden gems. Various foreign monuments like the Akbar Fort and the sunset point can also be covered during this session of camping. You can end your nights while enjoying a bonfire with fellow tourists.

    Location: Naya Bazar, Naya Bazaar, Ajmer, Rajasthan 305001
    Price: INR 4000 to INR 5000 per person
    Amenities: day out activities, meals twice a day, transportation facility, parking, food options, medical services

    3. Kakku, Bikaner: Just a two hours drive from Jaipur will take you to Kakku, known to be the perfect spot to indulge in camping in Jaipur or around it. This is a type of camping in which you can opt for various other activities while resting in cozy tents with all facilities. From camel safari to dune bashing, a plethora of adventures are offered here to be accompanied with your session of camping. A variety of camps are available here, ranging from luxury tents to pocket friendly sharable camps. For added comfort, one can also choose to spend nights in huts made of mud and hay.

    Location: Kakku, Bikaner, Rajasthan
    Price: INR 3000 to INR 4000 per person
    Amenities: Parking area, restaurant, activity options, caretaker, bonfire and barbeque facilities

    4. Wilderness Camps: Having their location just outside the city of Jaipur, Wilderness Camps are located away from the city chaos and offer a perfect location to unwind away from the hustle and bustle. With the variety of camps available, the major fact which attracts visitors here is a chance to camp with the elephants. This camping is done here and elephant reserve, therefore you are provided with a chance to write them and even feed them. The Wilderness Camps are the best location for camping in Jaipur with your family and children to enjoy the best day of your life.

    Location: Wilderness camps, Jaipur, Rajasthan
    Price: INR 4000 to INR 5000 per person
    Amenities: Private tents, private bathrooms, parking area, leisure facilities, fun activities, kids play area, bonfire facilities

    5. Pushkar Karni Camp: Sitting amidst thrilling sand dunes, the Pushkar Karni Camps are a perfect place to indulge in camping with thrill. Offering activities such as stargazing, camel rides, ropeway rides and dune bashing, this place is truly a perfect location to spend a few days camping and having fun with your loved ones. In the evening, you can relish upon various barbeque items while resting along a bonfire and watching the sun set behind the sand dunes.

    Location: Pushkar, Rajasthan
    Price: INR 3000 to INR 4000 per person
    Amenities: bonfire, barbeque, parking area, private rooms, 24 hours electricity, leisure facilities, fun activities, medical facilities

  2. What is the best time for camping in and near Jaipur?

    You can enjoy camping in and near Jaipur throughout the year, however it is advised to opt for this activity from the month of August to the month of March. This is the time when this city experiences the rainy and winter season, thus you can save yourself from the scorching heat and humid climate.

  3. What is Jaipur famous for?

    Being the capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur is famed for being the “Pink City”, due to various old houses and alleys covered with pink paint. Other than this, Jaipur also exhibits the brilliance of cultural and historical vigor with its gigantic forts and numerous architectural marvels.