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Village & PO Bera via Jawai Bandh, Bera 306126 India
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Exclusive Leopard Safaris - Maharana Pratap, a great warrior and a legend in ( Mewar ) Udaipur and Indian History, marked out a territory for his fourth son Rana SHEKHA, where he could settle – Rana SHEKHA first settled in a place now called Juna(old) Bera and later he moved his settlement 3 Km West, to a place,now known as Bera. Bera, a small hamlet situated in the Aravali range of Rajasthan and surrounded by lakes and dam.
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Village & PO Bera via Jawai Bandh, Bera 306126 India
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Prachi wrote a review Nov 2020
4 contributions
It was our second trip to bera within a year and it was as amazing as first.The place is wonderful combination of beauty and heritage.The owner winku ji was very humble and jolly person. The staff harsh ji ,sonam ji,narayan ji were all very courteous and friendly. We had four amazing safaris and a wonderful visit to local jain temple in old bera. I would surely recommend it to others👍🏼😊.
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Date of stay: November 2020
Global58142056362 wrote a review Nov 2020
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As a wildlife enthusiast,it's a dream come true to be a part of such a great sighting with my naked eyes.Since the time of my childhood I have been visiting castle Bera and I am lucky to spot leapords every single time. Castle Bera is the best place for experiencing a Heritage Home stay vibe and also a crazy safari experience in the beautiful landscape of Jawai-Bera.The fast speed wind rushing through your body and the safari off - roading into the wild jungle is amazing. The Hospitality is also excellent. If you are searching for a wild wild experience with a Heritage touch,this is the place to visit. The Most Unique & Original place in bera,Castle Bera. The Experience you will have here,can't be matched with any other National Park or wildlife organization. Visit Castle Bera
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Date of stay: November 2020
Kapil Singh Pal wrote a review Nov 2020
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A lovely break. Finally managed to get out after the lockdown for a much needed vacation. This is my tenth visit here and every time is better than the last. Thank you for a lovely stay. Was extremely fortunate to see bears along with leopards and a wild boar fight. Jawai Dam was definitely the icing on the cake. Kids loved the Jain Temples. I can go on and on. Keep up the great work. I am pleasantly surprised with the hospitality every time. Kudos to Thakur Baljeet Singh and Yaduveer Singh for the amazing experience.
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Date of stay: October 2020
Harsh wrote a review Oct 2020
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It was my first visit to Castle Bera , having heard a lot of good things about the place I decided to drive from Udaipur where I was holidaying . so the good things I heard about the place is an understatement . The castle ( unlike most castles in India ) was full of warmth . Beautiful rooms , done in ethnic rajasthan style and with photographs and paintings dating to more than a century old adorn all the walls . The food cooked by the staff is excellent giving one a wide choice of Rajasthan cuisine . But the icing on the cake is Thakur Baljeet Singh Bera , owner of the property . A gentleman with an astute knowledge of almost anything , had great conversations with him on the dining table and safari . He makes you feel at home with his charm and subtle humour . The safaris in
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Date of stay: October 2020
joychaudhuri wrote a review Oct 2020
Mumbai, India4 contributions
Most people come to Bera to see the leopards living around the village in the wild. And rightly so, because you are more or less guaranteed a sighting. This is not a national park, but leopards live here side-by-side with humans as they have for millennia. But coming here just to see the leopards is missing the larger basket of treats this place has to offer. Apart from the leopards, we have spotted foxes, sloth bears, nilgai and many many varieties of birds. Still missing on the list is the Indian Hyena. That will have to wait until our next visit. Even if you did not see a single animal there, just the drive into the forests is worth the trip. You will have a few mouth in your heart moments as the Gypsy clambers over the rocks, but rest assured you are perfectly safe. And you
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Date of stay: October 2020
US$ 148 - US$ 191 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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