Set in the heart of the dramatic Indian wilderness, Jawai Camp is surrounded by impressive towering granite formations and home to a thriving population of leopards. Blending sophistication with ecology there is no other place which allows such a powerful insight into rural Rajasthan alongside pure tented comfort with such exceptional charming service.
Tented suites, some with swimming pools
All meals provided
Spa and wellness tented suite
Activities include hiking, leopard and other wild animal spotting, community visits, temple visits
Yoga and meditation classes
The accommodation is unique and exceptional, boasting 8 luxury tents, including a large family suite and one exquisite royal suite. Each of these expansive tents is equipped with large double beds, furnished with decorative pillows and throws designed to represent the local nomadic herders, alongside an en-suite bathroom and large private veranda. The large family suite contains two double bedrooms and a private dining area, perfect for families wanting more privacy and space. We would recommend staying in the royal suite that redefines luxury in the wild with a private butler catering for your every need, a jeep to adventure off into the wilderness, a private heated swimming pool to cool off in and the most spectacular views of the surrounding scenery.
The dining experience is exceptional, not only is the food exquisite and freshly prepared but the ambiance is soothing. Dine anywhere you want at any time; the staff are very flexible. The main dining tent offers prime views of the distant mountains whilst the chefs freshly prepare the food in front of you. You will enjoy mix of Indian and Western food with all the produce being sourced locally from farmers or grown in the onsite organic kitchen garden. You can request freshly made Indian snacks with tea and coffee at any time of the day.
To unwind after a long day sightseeing in the game reserve, head down to the spa and wellness area where you can indulge in a serene atmosphere. Situated next to the lake where the still tranquil waters help to calm the mind and body, take part in a yoga and meditation session to completely relax. To really immerse yourself into the local culture, gain insight into conservation projects focusing on the Rabari herdsmen and local village communities.
A family run business committed to conservation work over several generations
Established the SNS Foundation in 1976 aimed at addressing education, health and hygiene, skill development and conservation to create a social impact among rural communities with an aim of achieving economic self-reliance and coexisting harmoniously with the environment
Adopted 13 schools in Rajasthan to improve education and schooling, as well as provide more education schemes for young girls
80% of employees are from the state of Rajasthan
Mobile medical unit launched to provide free primary healthcare across 6 villages
Protecting 55 individual leopards identified between 2013-2019
Protects 52km2 of wilderness including the rebuilding of 150 acres of farmland
Why we love it
We recommend starting the day early with fresh coffee and baked Indian snacks before spending the morning hunting for leopards and wildlife during sunrise, then take a guided walk to get up close and personal.
Planning your experience
Contact our Private Adventures team to find out more about our great accommodation partners and to start planning your own bespoke experience.
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