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Tue, 27 Mar – Wed, 28 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
1,Rajasthan State Highway 62,Varaval, Pali , 306126 | Show on Map
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Located in Pali, Varawal Leopard Camp provides free breakfast to its visitors. The distance between this camp and Sanderao Bus Stand is 20 km and Kumbhalgarh Fort is 60 km.
This camp in Pali has 3 rooms. This property provides a bottled drinking water and a mini bar.
This camp in Pali offers a restaurant and a fire place in lobby.
Varawal Leopard Camp offers a laundry, safari and a doctor on call to the guests. Jodhpur Airport is 144 km and Jodhpur Jn (Railway Station) is 145 km away from this property. Tourist attractions such as Bali Fort (1 km) and Aai Mata Mandir (Temple) (1 km) are in the vicinity of this camp.
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This property provides a bottled drinking water and a mini bar.
by DGuhaBose on March 12, 2018
Varawal Leopard Camp, located in Bera village in Rajasthan has a landscape of the Aravalli Hills as the backdrop. It is owned by descendants of a royal family with inherent passion for wild life. a) Adventure - My son and myself were primarily there for getting a glimpse of the spotted furry beauty - The Leopard. Must say, Pushpendra (current owner of the property & in-charge of Safaris) & his team showed outstanding knowledge of wild life and their natural habitats. It was very interesting to note how they followed each leopard in it's entire life cycle. During our four safaris we were able to view 6 leopards (including 3 cubs), Hyena, Nilgai, Owls & Variety of birds. They have very powerful binoculars through which we could view distant birds very clearly. The enthusiasm of Pushpendra for conservation of wild life is admirable. We had life-time experience of being in the jungle during a full moon evening, all thanks to Pushpendra ! It was an awesome experience and am struggling with words to describe it aptly. We also did breakfast inside the jungle beside a lovely water body with the picturesque backdrop of Aravalli. We also got to touch a baby crocodile when it was saved from hazardous conditions and then rehabilitated into the Jawai Dam. These three experiences will stay with us forever. So if you are looking for some real jungle adventure then you have to stay in Varawal camp and get hold of Pushpendra. b) Comfort & Cleanliness - This is first time we stayed in a Swiss tent. It was magnificent and clean to the core ! The period furniture added charm to the romance of adventure stay. Rajeshwari (Pushpendra's sister and the in-charge of hospitality) has a gifted eye for details. She provides personal attention to each guest and their specific likes and dislikes. She strongly believes in 'client comes first' principle as her every action shows. She is an excellent communicator and I really liked chatting with her now and then during our stay. I, particularly appreciate her quick response to some of my personal needs. c) Food - If you want some home cooked mouth-watering rajasthani food along with adventure then yes Varawal leopard camp is the place to be. Rajeshwari managed to keep up with all our wishlist and that too according to our taste. For example 'Laal Maas' without much chillies as we couldn't handle very hot food. She also got special sweets for us because bengalis are known to be sweet lovers. Their mom supervises the cooking process as I learnt staying there. You can actually sense the 'mother's love' when you eat the finger-licking food items. Also they feed you all fresh vegetables that they grow in their farm land. Nothing can be more organic than this. d) Ambience - Varawal leopard camp is located near the family's farmland. Early morning lot of common Indian birds can be seen. Also the family owns cows, dogs (with it newly born playful puppies). So anyone who wants to experience living in a rustic Indian village, this is the place to be. Also when requested local folk music is arranged to provide a memorable evening. Pushpendra even took us for a Village walk tour (on request) which we liked a lot !. e) Transport - The camp owners arranges for pickup and drop to the station. We deeply appreciate chauffeur Devi Singh who took extra care for making our entry to Bera very comfortable as well as while we were leaving. f) Staff - The entire staff were very cordial and prompt. They really pamper and spoil you with their services. Extremely well-behaved too ! We really thank Varawal camp owners for making our stay so memorable. We would definitely like to visit you once again sometime in future.
by AlanKeohane on March 2, 2018
My wife and I stayed at Varawal Leopard camp for 2 nights in February 2018. In many ways it was the highlight of our trip to India. We wished we could have stayed at least a week! What made the visit so special for us was partly the special family feel of the camp. We were the only non-Indian guests at the camp and we thoroughly enjoyed the friendly atmosphere and the chance to share experiences and meals with the other guests. However it was the knowledge and passion of Pushpendra Singh Ranawat, who leads and organizes the safaris that made this camp so thoroughly unique. During our 4 safaris we had two extraordinarily close observations of Leopards including a female Leopard and her 3 young cubs. We also saw many other animals including a good observation of the rarely sighted Sloth Bear (Melursus Ursinus) as well as Jackals, Chinkara, Nilgai, Marsh Crocodiles and a host of birds. Our best observations were made when safari vehicles from the other camps were not present because they either did not get to locations early enough or because they had already given up and headed back to camp. I definitely felt that Pushpendra and his team beat the competition because of their intimate knowledge of the animals and their habits, and because they were always prepared to try that bit harder due to their genuine passion and enthusiasm. Varawal is a small camp (only 4 tents). It is family run and is situated on part of the family farm. Pushprendres sister, Rajeshwari, handles the bookings and the running of the camp. She is charming, enthusiastic and impressively efficient. Their mother does the cooking. The tents are perfectly comfortable, the food delicious and the camps riverside location is attractive. While I am sure that other camps in the Bera region may offer a more luxury set up, I doubt that any of them offer better value for money and I am convinced that if you are really interested in seeing and learning about the wildlife then Varawal Leopard Camp is the one to choose.
by Duncan500 on February 26, 2018
We had a truly unique experience at the Varawal Leopard Camp which was the highlight of our tour of Rajasthan. We had no prior knowledge of the camp and feel we were very fortunate to have had the opportunely to experience the Safaris with Pushpendra. His knowledge and enthusiasm of the Leopards and their habitat was incredible. He also joined us around the camp fire before dinner to show us pictures and tell us more stories of the Leopards. It is a small family run camp and Rajeshwari (Pushpendra sister) sat with us during our very tasty and authentic Rajasthan meals We had lots of chats and laughs and made to feel very welcome. Both are very charming and lovely people. If you want to see these lovely animals in their native habitat and learn about them from someone who lives for leopards this is the place to visit. We had some amazing sitings and also a trip to both the lake and jungle. A big thank you to all who made this such a truly unique experience. Thank you.
by MartinG01 on February 26, 2018
This was our 3rd trip to India but our first to Rajasthan proper. During my research for the trip I came across details of wild Leopards in the Aravali Hills area. As a break from Palaces, Forts & Temples we decided on 3 nights at a Leopard Camp - what a great idea that turned out to be!! We stayed at Varawal Camp - family owned & run. Pushpendra (son) looks after everything to do with the safaris - his knowledge experience & passion for all wildlife, but especially the Leopards is wonderful to see. Early morning starts - then back for a superb breakfast/brunch - all home cooked & overseen by sister Raj a wonderful front of house asset. Easy couple of hours then off again by 3.30pm for another trip around the hills. We had 10 sightings of Leopards and as a bonus a Sloth Bear wandered across the face of the hill!!. The tents are great - large & comfy with en-suite. Anyone even remotely interested in animals & conservation would have a great time here - hope you enjoy it as much as we did. Martin & Julie Gale UK - travelling with friends.
by prachi on February 19, 2018
The camp is totally owner driven and personalisation reflects at every nook. The safari experience (what one is here for mainly) is unparalleled- be it animal spotting (they know were! ) , choice of location (accurately chosen for your taste/time of day etc), off road driving (big highlight and highly underrated IMO) or memorable moments (sunset coffee at the dam or breakfast with a view)! Owners passion reflects in his work and I would go back in a heartbeat just for this! However ,tents are dated though comfortable. Bathrooms could use better toiletries and warm water arrangements. The unregulated wildlife is like a fresh breath of air! General harmony in the area between wildlife and locals is noteworthy. The village safari is also a must do with a peek into the lives of locals and tribals. Food was well customised delicious local fare and service was promptly courteous. Memorable stay , we were treated like family instead of as guests!
by DGuhaBose on March 12, 2018
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