Jhalana Forest Area is a small island of forest which is surrounded from all sides by the heritage and cultural city of Jaipur. This small patch of forest shelters a very healthy and sustainable population of India’s most elusive big cat – The Indian Leopard (Pathera Pardus). Earlier ignored as just a forest patch, Jhalana now has secured its place among one of the top destinations to sight and photograph majestic leopards in its natural habitat. Now its a protected forest area well managed by the forest department where safaris are run on a daily basis in open gypsies to boost ecotourism, wildlife awareness and leopard conservation.
-Leaving around 6.00 am and reach Jaipur around 12 noon
-Breakfast at Old Rao Hotel on NH 8 .
-Going for the First Safari ( at 3 pm) and Safari till 6.00 pm
-Check in at Hotel and Dinner at Hotel
-Go out for Morning safari from 6.00am to 9.00 am
-Return to the guest house, Enjoy Breakfast and relax yourselves.
-We leave the hotel at 12 and visit Nahargarh Fort.
-Enjoy the View of Jaipur City from the top .
-Enroute we visit Badi Chopar or Choti Chopar
-Shopping in the lanes of Jaipur and Street Photography
-Lunch at a local dhaba/restaurant.
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Rs. 11000/- (including registration fee)
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