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Wed, 03 Oct – Thu, 04 Oct (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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Price for 1 NightRs. 10,000
This property provides a bottled drinking water and a mini bar.
by zazen_mumbai on September 18, 2018
The camp is run by a super enthusiastic owner who gives personal attention to all aspects of your stay. The safaris are beautiful and thrilling. The food is delicious. The tents are well appointed with comfortable beds. However, the AC doesn't work most of the time, due to power issues. Do request the host to accompany you on all safaris, if possible.
by Roving814910 on September 13, 2018
It was a great experience. Our surroundings was soo soothing and free from noise pollution. If I get a chance then I would love to visit the place again. It was soo peaceful. And animals are also living in a safe environment.
by abhishek201991 on August 17, 2018
superb and extremely helpful throughout the trip. I loved the property which was in a secluded area with absolutely no noise around. The food was the best. We got leopard and a crocodiles , awesome sighting !! I will surely be back soon to stay here again!!
by Radhika R on August 17, 2018
Hello It was a short trip but wonderful. We were taken personal care by owners Pushpendra and his sister. Food was freshly picked from the farm and cooked in home style. Safari experience was unforgettable and very well arranged. Good to see Pushpendra maintains respective distance from the leopard to avoid disturbance. Binoculars and water in cool box was a good touch. Little things like warring about the safety etc. is one of the most important thing during the safari. Great spotting and we highly appreciate them sharing the pictures of the wildlife we observed during the safari.
by wenking3 on May 26, 2018
My partner and I stayed for 3 nights in April 2018 and absolutley loved it! After a week of cities and airplanes the peace and quite of this beautiful countryside was a real tonic. The tented accomodation is simple but extremely comfortable. I was concerned that the bed might be uncomfortable and hard but this was not the case and we slept really well. The en suite bathroom has all you'd expect but the water pressure can be very low, so not very good if you want to wash long hair. You do have to be prepared for a very bumpy car ride to get there though, but this is rural India so it is the kind of thing you expect. Pushpendra and his sister Raj were very welcoming hosts and all the staff were as helpful as could be. But best of all in camp was the food! It was the best food we ate during our stay in India. Everything was so fresh and although we were eating mostly vegetables it never seemed spartan, just delicious. Most of it comes from the farm you're staying on so it's facinating as you drive out on safari to see how it's all being produced by the local villagers. So many thanks to the cook and also our lovely service boy who served us with such good humour. The safaris were great. We saw plenty of leopards as Pushpendra always knew where to find them and his passion for them is quite infectious. You find out how the villagers and the leopards live side by side as well as seeing all the other wildlife that inhabits the area. When we were there the number and variety of birds was quite amazing. I also liked the fact that we got to see the villagers going about their daily lives as we went to and from the hills. All together it's a fascinating experience. We loved this place and would like to visit again when it's a bit cooler so that we can see more of the leopards. I would also make sure to take a better camera to get some decent pictures and more books to read as this really is rural India and you can't just pop out to the shops!
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