About jawai leopard conservation Reserve


Bera, Rajasthan

Best time to Visit

November to April

Nearest Airport

Udaipur Airport - About 130 km
Ahmedabad Airport - About 300 km


Approx. 20 Sq. Km.


Maximum 46oC & Minimum 4oC

Nearest Railway Station

Jawai Bandh - About 30 km


Leopard Safaris can be done here anytime of the year.

Jawai is a Leopard Conservation Reserve situated near a small village named Bera, formed by the government very recently. Known as the Leopard hills of India, Jawai is probably the only place where the most secretive and elusive wildcat co-exists with humans.

Nestled in the Aravali ranges, the reserve is blessed with breathtaking landscapes and offers a unique experience, unlike other wildlife destinations across the country. These hills were shaped by lava millions of years ago, and now the natural caves house leopards and other wild animals of the area. It is also known for attracting many migratory birds, and it is also home to crocodiles.

Visiting Jawai, Bera is more than just a wildlife experience. It is about witnessing how we humans can adapt to nature and embrace other species around us in a way that their population thrives.

Major Wildlife

Leopards, Crocodiles, Nilgai, Hyena, Jungle Cat, Indian Grey Mongoose, Sloth Bear, Owl, Osprey, Egret, Pond Heron, Indian Robin, Black Shouldered Kite, Parakeet, Common Sandpiper, House Sparrow, Sarus Crane, Large Cuckoo Shrike, Pelicans, Ruddy Shelduck, Greylag Goose, Pelicans, Asian Openbill stork, Common Sandpiper, Grey-headed Canary Fly-catcher, Indian Pond Heron, Black Ibis, Red throat-ed Fly-catcher, and Oriental Magpie Robin.

distance from major cities

Udaipur – About 110 km
Ahmedabad – About 300 km
Delhi – About 670 km
Mumbai – About 800 km

near by attractions

Ranakpur Temple, Kumbhalgarh Fort and Mount Abu hill station

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