Cheetahgarh

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Jeep Safari’s

Bera’s leopards, birds, crocodiles as well as the locals are a treat to come across while in this region. As we are transforming towards sustainable travel, we recommend an early start for your morning for a safari drive, better before the sun sets in. This safari is curated to leave you with an experience that takes you into discovering new flora, fauna, regions, and a lot many conversations to preserve.

Leopard Safari
Beautiful Sunset View

Nature Walk

Bera has a range of granite hills that have become a habitat for animals of rare kinds. You will also find temples that are carved out in these hills, other than that, there are caves where leopards dwell. Perfect destination to bring forward the adventurous side, avail the trekking facility available at the resort. Venture through the deciduous forests and lush pastures while trekking at the hills. The resort will add this trek within your itinerary and let you experience the grandeur of the Aravali hills.

The Rabari Village Experience

A guided village safari walk is a great way to absorb the untouched lifestyle of the local Rabari tribe. Through these walks with the Rabari tribe people you will not only explore but also get to experience the wilderness of this region up close and personal. One of the most striking features of this community is that they practice matriarchal social system, where women take charge of the majority of affairs and men are found dwelling with their cattle, which they consider as a true asset.

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Cheetahgarh Birds

Dev Giri Temple

This region is dotted with temples, shrines and much more. These temples are standing pillars of culture and customs of various communities from this region. One such temple is Dev Giri Temple, if you just take a look at the structure of this temple, you will be bedazzled to see it’s unique architecture and idyllic location. It’s dedicated to local goddess Ashapura Mata Ji, who according to locals is the heavenly care taker of every living being in this region from the leopards to the Rabari tribes, often leopards are spotted visiting this temple, while the monkeys are always guarding the temple

Kambeshwar Mahadev Temple

Each temple here has a unique belief and story backed with spiritual significance and legend. This region has more than 300 temples and shrines dedicated to different communities. Another must visit temple is the Kabeshwar Mahadev located in the Sheoganj area of Sumerpur Tehsil. Travellers who take a interest in trekking, this destination is best suited as the ascent of this temple is absolutely valorous and will add thrill to your trip. It is also known for a large number of monkeys who are surprisingly friendly with humans.

Kumbhalgarh Fort

Kumbhalgarh Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of Rajasthan’s most imposing and majestic Mewar fortresses. Delve deep into its legendary secrets as you explore the temples and palaces!

Mount Abu

Mount Abu is a popular hill station in the Aravalli range and lies in the Indian state of Rajasthan. The place is well-known for its Dilwara Jain Temples. It houses waterfalls, lakes, rivers and evergreen forests. Mount Abu is also called as ‘an oasis in the desert’.

Ranakpur

Ranakpur is widely known for its marble Jain temple, said to be the most spectacular of the Jain temples. There is also a small Sun temple which is managed by the Udaipur royal family trust.