Rajasthan horse safari is one of the best ways to explore this state. Tracks speckled with cenotaphs and tombstones of the heroic and gallant warriors of Rajasthan serve as perfect trails for horse safaris. Passing through the exotic villages and visiting magnificent forts and temples are some of the other attractions of a horse safari tour of Rajasthan. Campfires in the evening with entertainment in the form of local folk dance and music further add to the appeal of horse safaris in Rajasthan. The nights are spent in ancient palaces and Garhs (small forts), providing all the modern amenities.
Some of the places famous for horse safaris in Rajasthan are:
The Jaipur Polo and Equestrian Academy is located in the Anokhi
village, on the outskirts of the city. There are numerous trails leading
from Anokhi to the fascinating countryside. One can also get riding
lessons as well as Polo lessons from expert instructors here.
Shikarbadi is situated in Udaipur and once served as the hunting lodge
of the Royal Family of Mewar. This resort houses the Imperial Stud farm,
along with a special tented village, a small private lake and a deer
park. The surroundings of the resort offer a number of options for
daylong safaris. A campfire dinner with folk dances is another
attraction of this horse safari tour in Rajasthan.
You can explore the massive Kumbhalgarh fort on a horse back with Aodhi
serving as the base. Along with a number of exciting tracks, the horse
safari from Aodhi will take you to exquisitely carved temples, a tribal
village and ruins of an old settlement.
The region of Ghanerao also offers some pretty fascinating options for
a horse safari tour in Rajasthan.