Bera Safari Lodge
Bera Safari Lodge is created with passion on 10 acres of land near the Liloda Hill on the outskirts of the Kothar village 6km from Bera Town. The small but boutique property offers three charming, spacious, and elegantly decorated cottages with private sit-outs. The location of the property is such that often leopards are seen on the Liloda hill from cottage windows. These cottages have been designed with big windows with plenty of natural light so that our guests can enjoy the flora and fauna of Rajasthan without compromising on space and luxury. The view from the hill within the lodge premises is awesome, 360 degrees to observe nature at its pristine glory. About 30 bird species easily to be observed at the lodge, a hundred more at Jawai Dam, 10 minutes drive north.
Rate: price starts from Rs 20,000/- plus taxes
Leopard safaris in Rajasthan
Bera Safari Lodge offers you one of the best natural habitats of leopard in the country: The Jawai leopard conservation reserve near Bera in Rajasthan, India.
The lodge offers 5 large and luxurious independent cottages with private sit outs in unadulterated natural environment with a rural backdrop.
Guided wildlife (leopard) safari with Bera Safari Lodge
The Region is also called as leopard & shepherds country and has attracted interest of many international filmmakers from BBC, National Geographic, Animal Planet and Discovery Channel. Bera Safari Lodge offers one of the best leopard encounters in Rajasthan, India. We also offer value added and exclusive services to wildlife photographers and filmmakers; your journey with us will be rustic, authentic, and seasoned with a sense of appreciation.
Jawai Bandh/Dam Safaris
A highlight of any trip to the region is a visit to the Jawai Dam. The large reservoir is home to many species of migratory and residential birds and provides incredible sightings of species like the Sarus Crane, Indian Courser, Osprey, Pelicans, Bar- Headed Geese, Water fowl, pipits, larks, pratincoles, and other raptors to mention just a few. With over a hundred bird species to see and photograph, a day at Jawai is incredibly rewarding. (November – March) Maharaja Umaid Singh of Jodhpur built the dam. The work started on 12th May 1946 and it got completed in 1957. This is the biggest dam in the western Rajasthan and has been a paradise for migratory birds and it has a rich Biodiversity. You can also see a large variety of migratory birds like Spot-billed duck, comb duck, Sarus cranes, Geese, Common Crane, Demoiselle Crane, Northern Pintail, wagtails, pelicans in winters, while Crocodiles keep basking at Jawai dam.
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
Jawai Dam Safari – Morning 9.00am – 12.00pm