Incredible nature experience in India
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Jawai Leopard Camp
- Subtle opulence with abundant adventure
- Untrammeled wilderness, where leopards roam wild and free
- In harmony with its delicate ecosystem
Facilities includeWIFI Swimming Pool Health & Wellness Lounge Tent Bar
- Nature trails
- Wilderness drives
- Hiking & trekking
- Kumbhalgarh & Ranakpur
- Sunset vintage jeep ride
Seasons in India
About Jawai Leopard Camp
In the heart of untamed wilderness, where leopards roam free, lies Jawai Leopard Camp. A simple yet luxurious camp, that stays true to its goals for conservation without compromising on comfort. The camp consists of 10 luxury tents, including one double family suite, each with plenty of space and a style of subtle opulence combined with adventure. The tents are surrounded by a stunning backdrop of towering granite formations, caves and winding sand riverbeds.
The camp's beautifully remote location, combined with the unique flavour and customs of this land, provide an entirely different, rural wildlife experience from other parts of Rajasthan. It, therefore, fits
perfectly into any itinerary taking in western Rajasthan and provides a refreshing, unique break from the more urban tourism of the cities. An idyllic place to switch off and walk and rest and re-charge.
The Camp lies minutes upstream of Jawai Bandh (dam), one of western Rajasthanâs largest water reservoirs.
How to get there
By Air: to Udaipur from Delhi and Mumbai, followed by a 3 hour road journey.
By Road: from Narlai, Mt. Abu, Kumbhalgarh, Ranakpur, Udaipur, Shahpura, Chittorgarh, Jodhpur, Rohet, Chhatrasagar.
Transfers: The hotel is happy to arrange transfers (at extra
cost) from either the airport or the railway station to / from
When to go
Rajasthan has some major climactic fluctuations. During December, January and February, it can be very cold in the mornings and evenings and warm clothes are necessary at these times. During the daytime it is lovely and warm and sunny. March and April are getting fairly hot and it begins to get humid in June and temperatures can rise to an intense and uncomfortable heat. The monsoon breaks in July and lasts until September. October and November are still warm but not cold or wet. The best time to visit is from October to April. It is generally a dry heat with very little humidity, except during the months of September and early October.
NOTE: It is very cold in the early mornings when going
gameviewing during the months of late November to
February and warm jackets and woolens/thermals are
essential at this time.
As a UK citizen you must have a visa to enter India. Apply for a 30 day e-visa using the following link https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/index.html
All visitors to India should make sure they have medical insurance for their trip, and a Yellow Fever Certificate is necessary. Please ask for up to date health advice in your home country, and it is advisable to know your blood type.
Travelling with children
The resort accepts children of all ages. One child may be accommodated in their parentâs bedroom for an extra charge. There is a baby sitting service available.
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