5 Most Stunning Places in Jawai Where You Can Say: Lemme Take a Selfie

Most Stunning Places in Jawai

There are various places to visit in Jawai Bandh Rajasthan where you can enjoy your vacation or weekend getaway with your family, friends, or colleagues. If you have not heard or read about Jawai so far, then go through this article and various other blogs on our website. It is a small region near the Pali district in Rajasthan which gives a unique shelter to leopards and various other animals. This is one of the few regions in the world where you see cave-dwelling leopards, it also mesmerizes you with breathtaking landscapes and other places that you can explore.

In this article, we would discuss about the places you can visit when you are visiting Jawai, so let us begin with the first entrant of this list:


Jawai Bandh

The very first place for which the place has been originally known is the dam structure which also happens to be the best vantage point from where you can take the panoramic view of the entire region. From here, you can take some amazing shots that would capture the mighty hills, the river, and the entire region together. Therefore, it is a must that you come to this place when you are on a tour on Jawai, you can capture the sheer beauty of this place in your camera and take some lively selfies too. Notably, it is the biggest dam in western Rajasthan and is the biggest supply of water to Jodhpur and some other cities. 

Bera River

Bera River is another place where you get to take some great stills without limiting yourself, you can explore this river from different locations too. It gives you a chance to witness the true environment of Jawai and Bera both, you take a visit to this place you will surely get some precious insights into nature. Because you get to see so many things together at this place and you can also make your trip totally memorable in every manner here. When you are roaming the areas around the river, you don’t have to worry about any animals. There are dedicated places for crocodiles and you can easily spot from a considerable distance.

Tribal Village

The locals who live in this area belong to the Rabari tribe who inhabited this area quite some time ago. They have been living in the vicinity of wildlife in this area for decades now and have developed an eerie bonding with the leopards. Most of the people of tribe rear cattle and engage in farming for a living, for the same purposes, they need to go to secluded areas where they often encounter leopards but once have any one of them had to be witness an attack. The co-existence of humans and leopards is exceptional in this area and you can see it with your own eyes when you visit them.

Abhinav Dham Mandir

Located in the Sumerpur Tehsil of the Pali district, this is an attraction that you would regret missing if you come to Jawai. That’s because it lies near to the region you have come to visit and would take hardly a couple of hours to reach this beautiful shrine that gives you an insight into the Jain architecture. The grandeur of this temple is remarkable and when you get inside, you get astonished by the way they have work on every single pillar of the structure. It shows you the brilliance of some great craftsmen who have created a masterpiece out of marbles. Abhinav Mahavir Dham is highly recommended to visit if you are coming to this area, we also suggest that you include this shrine in your itinerary. 

Devgiri Temple

Nestled amidst the granite hills of Jawai Devgiri temple is a paradigm of Indian rock-cut architecture. If you just take a look at the outer structure of the shrine, you will see that the whole temple set inside the hills. Another specialty of this temple is that it is frequented by humans as well as leopards. That’s true, the leopards could be easily seen from this temple and there is absolutely no reason to fear them because the leopards have been living with humans for a very long time in this area. The priests of this temple get to see the leopard on a regular basis and they have absolutely no fear of the existence of the beast in the surrounding area. 

Choose the right tour operator 

If you have chosen the right service provider for yourself, then you have nothing to worry about. Thour Nature Resort assures that you will be able to make the most of your tour to Jawai or Bera, we bring you closer to this land by letting explore the region under the guidance of the most skilled rangers who are aware of every single inch of this region. When we take a guest to the safari ride we ensure that he/she could relish it to the fullest, we also make activities like trekking and hiking possible in this area. We try to give an unmatched experience to our guests and make it possible by taking them to the very places where you can spot leopards, birds, and all the other animals in no time. 

We make the tour explorative and give you the pleasure of staying in the finest glamping tents in Rajasthan. The food that we provide is not just delicious, but it is also healthy as we grow it our own farm using all the organic manure and methods. Thus, if you are doing a safari with us or staying with us, you can rest assured about getting unparalleled experience in every segment of our service. We serve our guests with the purpose of delighting them and we make it possible by making our services all-inclusive. We have taken the onus of making the guests familiar with this familiar and to increase its popularity, and we make every effort to render it possible. 


With Thour Nature Resort, you can come closer to Jawai and feel its vibe inside you, you can spend a great time with your friends and family. We allow you to enjoy your tour in safer premises and give you a chance to bring more fun in your weekend excursion. Our staff leaves no stone unturned to make your trip memorable and we do it with aplomb. We give every chance to observe wildlife in a different setting and let you feel the nature inside you. With us, you get the best picture of Jawai and Bera which you can never forget in your lifetime.

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