SUJÁN’s spectacular JAWAI Leopard Camp reopens Saturday 20th September 2014

JAWAI Leopard Camp is at the heart of an untouched wilderness.

JAWAI Leopard Camp is at the heart of an untouched wilderness.

On 20th September 2014, SUJÁN’s spectacular JAWAI Leopard Camp reopens for its first full season and introduces new experiences and excursions.

This season, JAWAI Leopard Camp introduces new excursions to bring guests closer to nature

This season, JAWAI Leopard Camp introduces new excursions to bring guests closer to nature.

As the new season begins, SUJÁN presents a pioneering form of digital guiding to enrich guests’ understanding of the surrounding region.

New interactive iPads will be introduced to the property in order to provide information specific to real time observations of the wildlife inhabiting the local area of untouched wilderness…and there is much to be seen.

JAWAI Leopard Camp presents new digital guiding with iPads to enrich guests' sighting experience

The JAWAI ID kit is a new form of digital guiding used  on excursions to enhance guests’ understanding of the local area.

From the thriving population of leopards to the diverse bird life, the vast array of flora and fauna that surrounds JAWAI can be observed during a game drive in the comfort of an open-topped 4 x 4 Gypsy King Jeep, escorted by a team of trained trackers and guides.

JAWAI is home to a thriving population of leopards

JAWAI is home to a thriving population of leopards.

Those seeking fresh adventures, can choose from a range of newly announced expeditions such as a guided hike, an all-terrain cycle trail or a walk with the nomadic Rabari herdsmen as part of ‘The Shepherd’s Stroll’. 

The camp's attentive staff will organise private sun downers at secluded spots

The camp’s attentive team will organise private sundowners in serene and secluded spots.

On arrival, guests are provided with modern, semi-professional cameras and ‘His and Her’ binoculars to use for the duration of their stay.  A perfect opportunity to use these is on ‘The Twitcher’s Trail’, a new excursion tailored for avid bird watchers, where guests can improve their photography skills.

For those thirsting for more culture, the property is the ideal base from which to explore the airy citadels of Kumbalgarh Fort, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  The sculpted temples at Ranakpur are also only an hour’s drive away from the camp.  SUJÁN’s team of  highly knowledgeable staff and historians will arrange guided tours into these ancient areas of heritage.

JAWAI Leopard Camp is overlooks

The leopards in JAWAI gravitate towards the mountain temples of the region and are revered locally by this sacred association.

Located between the former kingdoms of Jodhpur and Udaipur, and enclosed by the ancient Aravalli hill range, JAWAI Leopard Camp is the only property to lie within this unexplored region of outstanding natural beauty.

JAWAI Leopard Camp comprises 12 luxury tented suites for the 21st-century traveller. The property includes Dining Tents, a Library, an infinity edge swimming pool and private lounging areas in and around the encampment.

JAWAI offers luxury camping for the 21st-century traveller

JAWAI offers luxurious tented suites for the 21st-century traveller

JAWAI’s attentive team will arrange sundowners and private dining experiences in a host of stunning and secluded spots.


About daltonkakoty

I am Director of a specialist travel PR Agency, Dalton Kakoty PR,, which specialises in luxury travel to India and the subcontinent. I am passionate about all things related to my motherland - be it heritage, culture, cuisine, spas, safari and sport (i.e. cricket!)
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