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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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WaitForSide wrote a review Aug 2010
india102 contributions56 helpful votes
With the sun scorching away at a merry 48-plus deg celsius, we were headed to our Mahindra Homestays destination in Rajasthan, India - Castle Bera. A relatively unknown area in Western Rajasthan, Bera is a tiny village in the Pali district, the nearest town known to tourists would be Mount Abu, about 100 kms away! After coming to the four-lane Highway near Mount Abu, we cut off to SH 62 at Pindwara. We drove through rural Rajastan... filled with goats/sheep and shepherds with their brightly coloured turbans. Asking shepherds for the road to Binani cement factory and following it for about 40 kms, we reached Bera. Baljeet, the cheerful owner of Castle Bera, and his brother have inherited this ancient heritage property known as "The Rawala". Baljeet has air conditioned 5 rooms in
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Date of stay: June 2010
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saumya_love wrote a review May 2010
Ahmedabad, India8 contributions8 helpful votes
yes the royal treatment given in Indian Style by the KING of that Castle if great.... the all people working there are great... the safari is not to be missed at all.... the rooms are very well done as per the old indian style but fully equiped with the new ammenities... and requirements... the decor of the Castle is toooooo.... gooooood..... to be felt.... it cannot be described into the words... the best punch is that you will definately find a leopard in the safari as the people who take you to safari are of a never say die attitued... they will not take you back without your task to be completed..... the javai dam is good where you can enjoy the beer in the late night with your mates.... even in mornign you can see the crocodiles there... the hospitality of the BANNA SAAB...
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Date of stay: October 2009
US$ 148 - US$ 191 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IndiaRajasthanPali DistrictBera
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