Jawai Hills is a picturesque location in the Pali district of Rajasthan . It is home to the most adaptable Indian Leopard of the subcontinent as well as the Rabari Tribe.
Jawai is one of the few places in India where one can easily sight leopards and also other wild animals and migratory birds.
The name Jawai is derived from the dam built across the Jawai river which is a tributary of Luni river and is also called the Jawai Bandh or Jawai Dam. The dam was built by Maharaja Umaid Singh of Jodhpur in the year 1957.
Places to stay in the area are:
Jawai Hills has Leopard, Leopard and Leopard every where. Since they are solitary animals, Jawai leopards coexist humans peacefully.
Possible excursions in the area –
- A visit to Kumbhalgarh Fort,
- Ranakpur Jain Temple Complex,
- Visit to local temples and rural villages,
- Visit to Rabari Tribes,
- Birdwatching at Jawai Dam
- cycling through the Jawai Wilderness.