Jawai Leopard Camp

Safari Luxury

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Enclosed by the ancient Aravali range, with a landscape which hosts a diverse eco-system, Jawai Leopard Camp is the only luxury offering to lie within this unexplored region of outstanding natural beauty.  Leopards are Jawai’s predominant attraction and you can track these normally elusive big cats with trackers & drivers in Jawai’s customised 4x4 safari jeeps. Uninhibited by restrictions, you are offered an exclusive wildlife experience. And leopard are not the only residents here; the rarely seen Indian Wolf, Sloth Bear, antelope and a profusion of smaller game coexists alongside the vibrant Rabari herdsmen who have shared this landscape with wildlife, for centuries

Designed in a timeless flourish with canvas, stainless steel and leather accoutrements, each of the 8 luxurious and spacious air conditioned tents are furnished in a contemporary style & have private bathrooms with rain showers. The private decks offer panoramic views of the dramatic wilderness and the inviting dining tent and a scattering of discreet areas where you can unwind form part of the encampment. The Jawai Spa offers wellness therapies & treatments using indigenous herbs & oils of the region.

Jawai’s location and its offerings provide for an entirely different experience from the rest of Rajasthan, yet there is an abundance of heritage around. The area makes for comfortable access to the sculpted temples at Ranakpur & the citadels of Kumbalgarh Fort, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Why we like it

  • Leopard, Indian wolf, sloth bear & antelope
  • Impressive migratory birds
  • Beautifully remote location
  • Exceptional hospitality

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