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Sat, 27 Oct – Sun, 28 Oct (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
VPO Bera, Marwar, Pali , 314404 | Show on Map
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Placed at an approximate distance of 7 km from Mori Bera Railway Station, Leopards Lair Resort organizes outdoor activities such as leopard and wildlife safari, village safari and nature walk for its patrons.
The Talao is a local landmark in Pali, located 1 km away from the premises.There are 10 spacious rooms available at this property, equipped with amenities such as complimentary internet access, mini-refrigerator, air-conditioner, bottled drinking water and double bed.
The rooms also have an en-suite bathroom.Laundry service, doctor on call, room service, front desk assistance and secured parking space are some of the services and facilities offered at this resort in Pali.
Surrounded by lush green lawns, Leopards Lair Resort features a well-maintained garden and an indoor and outdoor dining facility. Guests can also avail of on-request cooking classes on prior intimation. Some of the tourist spots include Jawai Bandh (15 km) and Shri Hathundi Rata Mahaveerji Jain Teerth (15 km).
This resort in Pali is accessible via travel hubs such as Bera Bus Stand (1 km) and Maharana Pratap Airport (151 km).
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Price for 1 NightRs. 11,648
by sshahA1 on January 18, 2018
I was not happy with our time at this hotel. At first glance it seemed nice - the hut we were given was a bit small especially for 3 people, but ti was rustic and the surroundings seemed pleasant. The problems were with food and service. We had agreed a wake-up call and were told that would be with hot drinks. at the appointed time staff were nowhere to be seen (I was up earlier than the wakeup time) and when i finally found someone he acted as if i was being unreasonable to expect at the agreed time. The food was ok - looked better than it tasted, but after 2 lunches and 2 dinners we found too many repetitions of dishes. the dessert for both lunches was the same - some sort of halwa - which i suspect was just reheated; and for dinner dessert both days was gulab jamun which seemed to come out of a tin. on our first lunch they had bhatti so i asked if we could have some churma at dinner or on the next day. We were assured this would be done, no problem but never got any. It is better to say 'no' than to raise expectations and not meet them. The curries on both days were too similar, no enough variety. On our last evening when we got back from our jeep safari, the owner was holding court in the central fire area with some guests, showing them some video footage etc. i did not want to expect an invitation to join them but i would have thought a greeting or welcome of some sort to people staying at your hotel would be the correct thing to do. he carried on with his loud and boring stories while we sat around waiting for a delayed dinner. For our last morning i had asked the previous night for breakfast to be at 8am, Nothing appeared then. As a last resort, i had to agree to some toast. as i was getting my bags out of the hut someone turned up with food after 8.30am - which we did not have as i preferred to get on the road as planned. through our 2 days there no-one asked to make up our room. i had the key to it, but everywhere else they ask if they can tidy up your room while you are out. I got the sense the owners do not even look after their staff. I had a car and driver with me. My driver asked to use the staff facilities but he was told they had none! for toilet he was directed to the fields nearby and for a wash there was an open water tank used for irrigation that he could use! There is no national park or any such area to find these leopards. they can appear on some hills and the concept here is you go in a jeep and look at those hills in case they turn up. we saw 2 cubs on all our drives - always distant. we were told their mother appeared to have left them quite recently so there were in one area at that time. i have done a lot of wildlife viewing, this was not what i expected and not something i would care to repeat. the driver we had gave no animal info etc - it was just about going when you feel like it, in case leopards are spotted on these hills...
by AmarKoslia on January 3, 2018
We were referred here by our close associate in Gurugram (Gurgaon). It took us 3 hours to reach from Kumbhalgarh via Ranakpur into the splendid Marwari region. Bera, is definitely off charts for most people so when you reach there via GPS and maps dont forget to ask for THAKUR SAHAB KA BAGICHA aka LEOPARDS LAIR Resort. This place will set you back in time, literally with its rustic appeal and tailor made services. Do not go with a mindset to experience modern hospitality instead be prepared to amass old world charm. The oasis effect of the location gives a sense of peace and tranquility after a long journey. The cottages are the obvious choices and with bonfire around making it a truly memorable experience. Vikram, Mangey Ram, Sampat Singh all were extremely hospitable. As part of our package we had evening and morning safari. Driven by Gypsy to the spot where the leopards reside gave us an extremely close encounter with this cat families member. Two leopards at less than 100 metres distance proceeding for the kill were spotted after dusk and it was just mesmerising to see these wild cats in the WILD. In the morning we could spot the same two but at a further distance in a cave dwelling. Do take the DSLR for this and yes the long lens helps. VIRKA SINGH did help with the sightings as he was aware of their movements because of his years of experience. Back to pavilion, we enjoyed true Rajasthani hospitality with Dal, Bhati, Churma and chicken curry. KutKut the friendly Labrador kept us company. Within the premises we spotted and photographed Jungle Owl also. Food will be served as per ones peculiar choice and taste. Everything is managed by Thakurain Devyani Ji personally. Under her watchful eye nothing goes unnoticed. We felt at home only because of her involvement and hospitality. Thakur Jis family of Bera, truly exemplifies how royalty should be and demonstrates true grace in every action. Thank you so much for everything. Will come again for sure.
by KChristou on May 2, 2017
My husband and I stayed for 4 nights at the beginning of April and we had a wonderful time. Apparently, this is the place where wildlife enthusiasts come and documentary teams from Europe and the States, etc as Mr Devi Singh, the owner, is extremely knowledgeable about the leopards in the area. We stayed in the largest bungalow and I thought it was lovely. Very clean bathroom with a good shower and we had a sitting area with a small fridge as well as a bedroom separated by a curtain. There were three ceiling fans and air conditioning. It was very comfortable and exceptionally clean. All food was provided and we ate breakfast and lunch in the dining room. I really liked the dishes on offer for lunch and dinner, which was served outside after our evening safari. There was plenty of choice, the food was very tasty and portions were huge! For most of our stay, we were the only guests, so received great service from the staff who could not have done more to help us. Apart from one fish dish, the food was vegetarian but we did expect this, seeing as we were in Rajasthan. Leopard's Lair organised morning safaris and evening safaris for us. We had 5 safaris and went out with Natwah on each occasion and twice Mr Singh came with us. Natwah was a great spotter and we were very lucky to see leopards on 4 out of 5 of our safaris, including a wonderful sighting of two cubs playing in a tree on the hillside while Mum sat in the cave entrance a few feet away. However, you have to remember that these are wild animals and you may not always see them. During the middle of the day we spent our time relaxing at Leopard's Lair, sometimes catching up on sleep, taking photos of the abundant birdlife in the garden and a couple of times we walked into the village. The village is quite scruffy but also quite lively around the shopping areas and we found the villagers were very friendly, just happy to stop and talk to us. It's not a tourist village but I felt it gave us a real insight into rural Rajasthani everyday life.
by sanjeevb01 on April 3, 2017
It is a property in rural part of Rajasthan. When we reached there was no power for 2 hours. Not even dining table, even plates had red ants on them. Food was very basic. Natural surrounding is good. Safari is not worth it. They just take you near Bera mountain and stand waiting for a leopard to appear on top of mountain which we could only see through binoculars. People may have seen leopard closely but that was not the case with us. Watching leopard was not worth all the pain we went through. In my mind you should just avoid. Needless to say for such basic stuff they charge a huge amount. They took money for additional bed and made us sleep on a floor mattress as the room size was very small. Shocking it was.
by Rajesh S on March 13, 2017
My experience was awesome about this place. I came to know about bera and its leopard from discovery channel. I decided to witness this place and stayed at leopards lair resort. The resort is very well maintained, so peaceful, good hospitality and the most amazing thing to do safari with the thakur devi singh ji (owner). And finally i witnessed one leopard during my evening safari. I recommend this place for must stay whenever any one visits bera. You will love the hospitality, delicious food, nice staff and evening time watching videos captured by thakur ji with chit chat about his experience of witnessing leopard almost daily.
by sanjeevb01 on April 3, 2017
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