Leopards safari in Jawai Rajasthan

Leopards in Rajasthan and Jawai and Bera safari are undoubtedly the biggest point of attraction. The most fascinating part is that leopards are very familiar with the locals and there hasn’t been a single incident of leopard attack in the villages nearby. The people have also reciprocated this behavior by keeping the habitat of big cats uninterrupted.

Bera, Experience a Lifetime Leopard Safari!

Located in Pali District, Bera is a small town, which has been gaining popularity as a leopard country for the past few years. It is located at a distance of around 140 kilometers from Udaipur and can be reached within two hours. As the place is not yet declared a wildlife sanctuary, there is no restriction to experiencing safaris for a long duration.

Bera is undoubtedly one of the top tourist places in Rajasthan if you are a wildlife enthusiast and planning for a winter break. The place is also known as Jawai, named after the river Jawai flowing through the area. Both the destinations are the same. In Bera, you will find small villages and Jawai is the area where the leopards live. The place is covered by hillocks with caves, making it the ideal habitat for the leopards. There is also another tourist spot near Bera, the Jawai Dam.

Most Amazing Waterfalls in Rajasthan

jawai safari

Travel Tips and Timings for your Jawai Trip.

Apart from leopards, you can also spot other animals like sloth bears, nilgai, desert cats, and hyenas.

Jawai Dam is the place where you will find a huge number of residents as well as migratory birds.

Always take a guide with you for a leopard safari.

Explore the villages and the tradition of the locals. 


Summer season –

Morning: 5.00am – 8.00am and Evening: 5.00pm – 8.00pm

Winter season –

Morning: 6.30am – 9.00am and Evening: 4.00pm – 7.00pm

If you are reading this then, please send your thoughts in the comment box. Thank you!

Disclaimer:  We do not take credit for some of the licensed paid images used in our blogs, whether from Google Images, Fotolia & Shutterstock.

All such images are the copyrights of their respective owners and we try to provide credit for them wherever we can. If, however, any copyright image has been used on our blog, the concerned person can either mail us directly to remove the image or provide credit to whomsoever the image may belong.