Jawai Leopard Camp offers a luxury camping experience in Rajasthan, located in an area renowned for its leopard population. The camp has nine luxury tents including one royal suite, each with space and privacy, in a remote setting ensuring peace and tranquillity.
The tents ooze understated elegance and offer ensuite bathrooms with rain shower and contemporary furniture with a splash of scarlet inspired by the Rabari. Each tent has its own private veranda with views of the dramatic wilderness around. Track leopard in customised 4 x 4 jeeps and meet the charismatic herdsmen of the Rabari community who share this landscape. On returning to camp, visit the spa tents, slurp on a sundowner and take advantage of private dining.
Why we like Jawai Leopard Camp
They manage to achieve understated elegance and luxury without upsetting the delicate ecosystem in which they exist and remain true to their focus on conservation.
There are eight spacious luxury tents with private sit outs. A Royal Tented Suite is also available which comes with a private heated swimming pool, dedicated butler and personal jeep for game drives. Dining is impromptu with no set times. Visit the stylish dining tent and watch the chef cook up a feast in front of you. Dine around the campfire and share stories with other guests. The resident wellness expert is on hand to offer meditation and yoga guidance and the spa tent offers a welcome wind down after a day of activity and adventure.
- Take a wilderness drive in search of leopard
- With over 170 species of birds at Jawai take a gentle walk around the lake to view crocodiles and migratory birdlife
- Take to the saddle accompanied by a guide for a couple of hours cycle ride across the beautiful landscape
- Set out with a ranger on an exciting 4x4 off-road experience
- Enjoy a field day out to walk in the footsteps of the Rabari herdsmen
Sujan Luxury Camps and Palaces should be applauded for their ongoing conservation work and social responsibility at all their properties. At Jawai there is ongoing work in researching the many facets of the leopard population. A special initiative exists to train and utilize the skills of the local Rabari herdsmen and Jawai Leopard Camp currently employ some of these charismatic people at camp.
Two of Rajasthan’s most visited destinations, Udaipur and Jodhpur, easily reached by car, are both under three hours away.