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National Research Centre on Camel

#3 of 26 things to do in Bikaner Features Animals
Jorbeer, Bikaner, India
+91 151 223 0183
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Lots of camels!

Plenty of camels to be seen, including many babies. Not much in terms of information on research... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
AvidTraveller546
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Nottingham, United Kingdom
Ok if you have time to spare, but not worth a special trip

If you like camels then this is the place for you.... however we were slightly underwhelmed by the... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Robin T
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“camel milk” (136 reviews)
“kulfi” (43 reviews)
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Jorbeer, Bikaner, India
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+91 151 223 0183

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Reviewed 2 days ago

Plenty of camels to be seen, including many babies. Not much in terms of information on research other than a small museum. A tad pricey for what it is, which is essentially a camel farm. You can try the camel milk products (e.g ice cream...More

Thank AvidTraveller546
Reviewed 5 days ago

If you like camels then this is the place for you.... however we were slightly underwhelmed by the centre as not really that many camels and most of it is out of bounds....

Thank Robin T
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

It was not much fun. Not much to see except a lot of camels gathered together. Too hot, no shadows, no place to buy a cold drink. Far too expensive for what you get. The camel kulfi is good.

Thank CCMachado
Reviewed 6 days ago

The place is called ''Research center''... didn't see anything related to research. There were only lots of camels in two or three pens, and in the female camel pen, they were all attached by ropes and couldn't move. Some of them were bleeding... The visit...More

Thank RonaldKoemanOFFICIAL
Reviewed 1 week ago

We took our two children here hoping that they would be able to interact with camels and learn about their importance in India, but unless you are willing to pay for a guide you just wonder around aimlessly _ maybe worth a half hour visit...More

Thank kmll4
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There are over 300 camels and we started with an informative display about camels before going round to see the feeding babies, the expectant mothers, male camels and groups of females. They explained the research on helpful signs which were translated and we finished with...More

Thank JoelleWarren
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

By now may be you already know it is a national level research institute on camels. I tell you what you will get there... 1. Here you find a small museums that have artifacts related to camel. 2. Here you can find different breeds of...More

Thank Ravi_Upadhyay
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

this institute is for reaserch on camels of different species for development and healthy camel used by armed forces in deserts.camel milk preparations like flavoured milk,cheese,kulfi etc sold for visitors,detailed museum,shops sell camel skin items,scientist do research on camel vaieties run by govt.of india

Thank asthatte
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Its a nice place to visit in the late afternoon. You don`t come to know about the camel research as such over here but you can see lot of camels. Go for some shopping, products made from camel hide. The canteen has awesome CAMEL MIL...More

Thank shonilbakare
Reviewed 19 June 2017 via mobile

Many varieties of camels can be seen here, the place is so quite and give you feeling like you are In dubai, I love the kulfi made with camel milk, they also provide camel milk to drink on certain early hours, camel milk is good...More

Thank Ash K
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Maulik D
10 February 2017|
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Response from neelabhdubey | Reviewed this property |
Maulik ji,It will take 60-80 minutes at the most. ●Camel Ride for kids(some waiting time) ●Camel Museum ●Food Canteen ●Camel leather articles' shop During mid-March,Sun will be bit harsh.try to plan visitng hours... More
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Katharine W
7 December 2015|
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Response from Susan W | Reviewed this property |
The entrance is nominal, no more than 250 rupees,you can only go after 4pm ,that is when the camels come in and get fed. I think there are trains from Delhi. Bikaner is on the line to Amritsar. We drove all the way back to... More
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