Jawai Leopards, Rajasthan

Leopard safari in Bera Rajasthan
Leopards of Bera
Photo: Anil Rodger

Visiting Udaipur? Extend your stay and head to the Jawai region. The Jawai region is smaller than a dot on the map but packed with one of the densest Leopard populations in recent years. Visiting Jawai is like going back in time. You get to see locals in their colorful ornamented traditional attire doing their daily chores and visit the incredible Jawai dam, famous for it's not so shy leopards.

Jawai Dam

  • Stay
  • Transportation in an AC Innova from Udaipur and back
  • All meals (buffet style)
  • Leopard safari, traditional village walk, lake safari and / or jungle drive
  • Complimentary tea, coffee and light snacks during safaris.
Leopard sighting in Bera Rajasthan
Female Leopard in Jagtala

  • Tips and gratuities to naturalist and driver
  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Personal expenses
Leopards of Bera
Leopards of Bera

  • This is a custom holiday and pricing depends on number of days, guests and number of safaris desired.
  • Please contact me on info@travelwith.in or +919717148483.
Rabarai Tribe in Rajasthan
Rabari Tribeswoman with Camels
Photo: Rajeshwari

Rajasthani culture and tribes
Woman from Rebari tribe

Please Note:
  • There is no guarantee that you will see the above wildlife. The river and / or sanctuary is their habitat and sightings depend on water level in the river, human interference, climatic conditions, weather and other factors, migratory pattern of birds, most of which are beyond your and my control. I will do my best to show you all there is to see. 
  • What to carry during the safari: photo identification, camera, binoculars, warm jacket (in the winter), backpack, sun glasses, cap, vizer, sun block, some cash, and drinking water.
  • Smoking and drinking alcohol is strictly not permitted in National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries.
  • Please do not throw trash on the floor even if you don't see a trash can. Please ask me and I help to dispose it off properly.
  • To prevent any disturbance to wildlife, I do not permit the use of any call playback to attract birds, feeding or baiting of wildlife. Despite this, if you do and are caught by the authorities or called out by locals or fellow wildlife enthusiasts, then you are entirely on your own - embarrassment, fines and other penalties as per the local laws governing national parks and wildlife sanctuaries are to be borne by you.