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Castle Rawala Bera, Village Po Bera, Marwar, Pali , 306401 | Show on Map
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Castle Bera Hotel, located at 6 km from the Mori Bera Station, is a luxury accommodation in Pali. The Jawai Dam is at 15 km from this property. Guests can dine at the restaurant in this hotel.This property has 5 AC rooms, spread across 2 floors.
Each room has an attached bathroom with hot/cold water supply.This Pali hotel organizes wildlife safaris, treks, and birdwatching. Guests can get Ayurvedic massages at this hotel. Other services offered at this hotel include laundry, doctor-on-call, and 24-hour room service.
There is a library in this hotel.The hotel is at 1 km from the Bera Bus Stand and at 158 km from the Maharana Pratap International Airport. Some of the tourist spots guests can visit during their stay at Castle Bera Hotel are Shri Hathundi Rata Mahaveerji Jain Teerth (15 km) and Ranakpur Jain Temple (47 km).
It operates a travel desk that helps guests with renting out cabs.
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by ashokmahindra on September 14, 2018
Castle Bera is a quaint,beautiful heritage home stay in the famous Bera region legendary for sighting of leopards.Its creamy white walls stand majestically overlooking the rocky hillside.It exudes old world charm and graciousness.The host is a gracious and wonderful person from royal heritage,Thakur Baljeet Singh and his son,Yaduveer Singh.They personally ensure that their guests in their small home stay are made comfortable and personally go on the safari's with their guests.From long experience they know the hills and the numerous caves very well and the technique and when to find the leopards.We went in the monsoons and were not disappointed in that we spotted a family of 4 leopards-mother with her 3 semi-adult cubs.Thakur Baljeet Singh took us to Devgiri Temple and straight away we located the leopard and the cubs.No visit to this leopard region is complete without an understanding of the co-existance of the shepherds and the leopards without conflict and we thank very much Baljeet and Yaduveer in educating us about the Rabari tribe and regaling us with so many remarkable stories.The monsoon is a good time to go as the area is lush and the weather not to inhospitable,like in the hot summers.The meals are served together in the home dining room so that the guests can interact with each other and their hosts.We accessed Bera from Ahmedabad with a stop over at Mt.Abu.
by shauryavardhansingh on September 5, 2018
The property is a rare blend of traditional decor and modern day amenities. The host is a generous warm hearted person who has a lot of affection about the wilderness and fauna of the area. He and his son welcome the guests with a lot of warmth and will take care of small details. The safaris were simply amazing. Mr. Singh and his staff, despite the fact that they are inhabitants of the place, set out on safaris with the same zeal every single day. The staff particularly Narain, and Behru will leave no stone unturned to ensure you get a good sighting of the leopard. Most importantly, I am a wildlife lover, and visited several national parks.... But the experience of going for a NIGHT safari especially in the monsoon season was unbelievable. All in all a must visit place.
by SandeepS4358 on August 26, 2018
It was really a never before experience. We started off early from udaipur in the morning and confused to go to bera pali or mount abu. I insisted on going to Bear as i have seen documentaries on national geographic but u you never be sure without having seen it. We reached bear at 2pm and was asked to wait until dusk as leopard is sighted arount that time. Till that time we clicked nice pictures of beautifully built Castle Bera and also played our childhood game of . served nice tea and biscuits and started off bit early as we wanted to wrap the things early. Through the expert guidance of Our driver SH. Narayan we set off to Mandir and paid our obesiance to gods. Then we visited Jawai dam and sighted Crocodiles. Thereafter Narayan took us to a beathtaking Mountain climbing by Gypsy. I was really an awsom experience at the top of world. and then the final moments came and we saw leopard just in front of us. We clicked some nice pics and stalked the big cat for atleast an hour. The most elusive cat in world was right in front of us. Really an awsom experience. Willl visit again in the Month of October 18 with my friends..... Thanks Narayan for making it a life time experience. U are gem of a person. Thanks Castle Bera.......\ Sandeep Solanki
by AbhayC115 on August 15, 2018
On our recent visit to Udaipur over the last weekend we were in two minds due to paucity of time whether to make a quick dash to Bera to see some of the famous leopards. Better sense prevailed and off we went after making a few calls to confirm whether we would be having an access to a safari vehicle. Bera is about 2.5 hours away with a good highway access. There are 2 safaris one which starts early morning and the other starts around 5 pm. We reached around 4:30 and were warmly greeted by the staff and the owner Mr Baljeetsinghji. Post a quick cup of delicious tea we were off onto one of my favourite vehicles the 'Gypsy'. Our doubts regarding the weather and the monsoon rains interrupting our field trip were soon laid to rest as the weather was perfect for an outdoor safari. The ride was super smooth and the driver knowledgeable and an expert spotter. First pitstop was the beautiful Jawai dam, a photographers delight. It offered splendid all round view and we spotted a couple of large crocodiles lazying around on the rocks. We also got a close up on some of the beautiful migratory birds who were kind enough to pose for the shutter bugs amongst us. The kids were loving it. Post this began the search of the leopards. As per the last census Bera and the region surrounding it has about 90+ leopards which would ideally be about 1 leopard per 1.5 km. the sightings are easy and one is assured of spotting. However leopards being shy animals and the fact that i on my various trips to different national parks (Ranthambore, Corbett etc)have never spotted a tiger etc in the wild I had my fingers crossed. As they say perseverance is key, after a series of false alarms one which involved all of us crouched onto a hill in anticipation of spotting one to come out of his cave for over an hour we spotted one beautiful specimen well into the darkness post 8 pm. Our guide did not let go and ensured through his spotlight we caught the first hint of his gleaming eyes. There he/ she was across a hill a distance of nearly half a km. We too had gone over a (60deg angle) onto a huge rock hill literally a small mountain to ensure we did not miss out. He gave us an excellent view for 15 mins via our long range binaculars we came back satisfied souls. The drive in the gypsy was outstanding and the expert handling of the off roader left us equally impressed. He created roads and paths where there were none. Bera is one place I will visit over and over again irrespective of the season & for the warm hospitality on offer it felt like home away from home. Do visit for real adventure, leopard spotting, off roading experience and the warm ambience of Castle Bera.
by GazalaK3 on August 12, 2018
Rainy days should be spent at home with a cup of tea and a good books & this exactly provided by owner Baljeet Singh ( winku ) . Castle Bera was having homely feel tasty food , & cooperative staff . Great entrance with wooden big door help us to feel we are in touch with something royal , elegant , incredible past ..which is well maintained by them .It was an adventure exploring wild life around bera , i was amazed by scenic beauty of both habitat as well castle bera architecture ...love those earthy feel yet so elegant & rich in heritage .The richness of the rain made me feel safe and protected; I have always considered the rain to be healingThe only noise now was the rain, & horn of train , we waited long fr a glimpse of leopard in rain some disappointment as i was not getting good shots but , the last two days bless with green background with some good composition shots . Got to know about some stories from Castle bera owner which help me to understand better the heritage & about the personality of descendants for generations. Inherited Culture , property , wildlife enthusiast I experienced staying in castle bera , its expensive for those who want to come again & again , like me for wildlife photography , but a best stay with experienced staff .
by SandeepS4358 on August 26, 2018
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