10 Places to Conduct a Team Offsite in the Desert

 A team offsite, when conducted at an exotic location, can bring you some amazing results, because the off-site location makes a lot of difference. India, with its vast geographical area, offers a range of destinations with varied weather to conduct an offsite. One such exciting destination to conduct a team offsite is a desert. In order to ease the stress of hunting the perfect one, we’ve got the list of top 10 places for consideration:

1. Great Rann of Kutch:


– Located in Gujarat, it is the World’s largest salt desert situated at the India – Pakistan border

– The key attraction lies within the exclusive handicrafts available followed by folk music and entertainment
– Rann Utsav is highly recommended

Image: Rann of Kutch

2. Bikaner, Rajasthan:


– Nestled right in the centre of the Thar Desert, the city is surrounded with forts and palaces

– Desert Safari and Sand Dunes are extremely popular amongst tourists
– International Camel Festival is strongly recommended


Image: Bikaner Desert

3. Desert Mountain Valley, Himachal Pradesh:

– Commonly known as the Cold Mountain Desert of the Himalayas, located in Lahaul and Spiti
– Experience heavy snowfall every year which further restrict it for travellers for approx. 8 months
– Regarded as India’s one of the most beautiful desert


Image: Desert Mountain Valley

4. Jaisalmer, Rajasthan:

– The golden city of India, located close to the Thar Desert
– Popular for the Desert Camel Safari, Sand Dunes and the Jaisalmer Fort
– Khuri Village [45 km from Jaisalmer] is famous for Sand Dunes and the cultural activities including – music and folk dance


Image: Jaisalmer

5. Pushkar, Rajasthan:


– Popular for being among the list of the oldest cities of India

– A divine destination due to being a home to rarest of the rare temples of Hindu god and goddess
– A key recommendation is the Annual Camel Fair, held in November each year


Image: Pushkar
Desert Safari

6. Khimsar, Rajasthan:


– A tiny village popular for a weekend gateway in Rajasthan

– Famous for the Nagaur Festival followed with Khimsar Fort and Sand Dune villages
– The ideal time for visit lies in Winters as Summers get too hot to handle


Image: Khimsar, Rajasthan

7. Bundi, Rajasthan:


– Located 35 km away from Kota, Bundi is surrounded with Aravalli Hills

– Famous for its strong representation of history across the city
– Apart from the sand, waterfalls, lakes and scenic nature are a popular attraction


Image: Bundi, Rajasthan

8. Chittorgarh, Rajasthan:


– Nestled on the banks of river Gambhiri and Berach

– Possess strong historical significance for being home to the Chittorgarh Fort – the largest in India
– Key attractions involve local sightseeing, fort, and highlights of history


Image: Chittorgarh, Rajasthan

9. Ajmer, Rajasthan:


– Surrounded with the Aravalli ranges, the city was founded in 7th Century AD

– Best known as the Educational and Cultural centre of the state
– A popular attraction is the Dargah Sharif


Image: Ajmer, Rajasthan

10. Sam Sand Dunes:


– Situated 45 km west from the city of Jaisalmer

– Popular for Desert Safari – both on camel and jeep
– The ideal time for visit: October to March     


Image: Sam Sand Dunes

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