Sena Safari Camp organizes following activities for its guests

Sunset and Sunrise Leopard Safari :-

"Sena Safari Camp" organizes every day Leopard Safari, there are more than 50 leopards in various sectors of jawai where we go for the safari, the leopard safari is very safe with an expert Safari Tracker (Guide), the leopard safari will be in an open 4x4 gypsy provided by Sena Safari camp. The vehicle is modified in such a way that one can have an incredible safari feeling and take pictures comfortably seated in the vehicle. In the Leopard area, we take care of all the guests while we perform leopard safaris and maintain the safety of the guests. On the way to safari we will pass through a small village that will give us a wonderful feeling of the culture and tradition of Rajasthan which is famous throughout the world.

Village Walk :-

Rajasthan is a state of great diversity. This is one of the best places to visit in the world where one can discover diversity in terms of heritage; Religions, language, culture and customs. Here at sena one can admire the valley, the river, the lake and the forests, the wild animals and the rare birds. In addition to the warm hospitality, one can visit the local tribes and have the opportunity to see their way of life. The elegant and charming folk dances will leave your senses mesmerized.

Migratory bird watching and farm visit :-

We try to see as many species of birds as possible. Our tracker (guides) will help you see many species of birds in Sena. There is one of the largest varieties of bird’s observable in a particular area. Our list continues to grow as we discover more birds from time to time. Take a walk in the fresh air near the dam while watching migratory birds and crocodiles. This walk will also give you an idea of the life of the migratory fishing community of Sena. The walking area is ideal for recreationand exercise with gradual slopes and long expanses of flat grass. Then we go to the farm where, depending on the season, we can observe the traditional techniques of agriculture and irrigation. At dusk, we go to the shore of the lake to finish our walk while observing and appreciating the calmness of the water and the sound of the birds that are resting.

Trekking and hiking on Jawai hills :-

On this amazing trek on the hills of Sena, Have an amazing view of Sena area from the hill top while you continue your trek. Very adventurous and beautiful trek which can be done with friends and family easily, this amazing half day trekking expedition in Sena enables you to enjoy the wild natural beauty of this region and also Experience the real beauty of Sena on foot through our nature trails going through the Flora & Fauna of this region and on the trek one can see find natural caves which can also be explored.

Jawai Tribal life and culture :-

Experience offered by Sena Safari Camp is a visit to see the Rebari community, their livestock and their unique ways of life in the villages. Great proud men, dressed in white with red turbans adorned with silver taking herds of goats and cows to graze every day. The exact origin of the inhabitants of Rebari is unknown. The Rabari, also known as Rewari or Desai, an Indian caste which are nomadic sheep and camels breeders who live mainly in the states of Rajasthan, Rabari has adopted a very nomadic lifestyle. The head of the house wears a khadi dhoti and turban and a pair of gold earrings. Children’s dress in the same way but wear colorful turbans (a white turban is worn when one's father is no more). They wear cheap silver anklets, earrings and necklaces. The hair is cropped close from the forehead, for the protection from the strong winds. The ladies wear silver ornaments, light ivory bangles, a black skirt, a red kanchli and a deep red odhni. The kanchli is a quarter-sleeved blouse covering only the front and tied with strings at the back. The unmarried girl wears a skirt along with a kurta.

Jawai by cycling :-

Explore the unique countryside of Sena on cycle. Outdoor bicycle expeditions allow you to explore this magnificent landscape beyond the limits of a gypsy. This rigorous activity not only takes you to the limit, but also allows you to explore areas that are normally out of limits during a gypsy safari. You will be accompanied by one of our expert guides who will explain you about the flora and fauna of the region, this is a typical bicycle ride on the road under a kind guidance.

Jawai Dam visit and Crocodile Safari :-

Jawai Bandh is one of the most famous and biggest dams in the western Rajasthan state, built across the Jawai River in Pali district. Jawai Dam also has crocodile sanctuary for Indian Mugger crocodiles. The dam was built by Maharaja Umaid Singh of Jodhpur, the work started on 12 May 1946 and it got completed in 1957, it is the main water supply source for Jodhpur city and parts of Pali district. A visit to this lake can be very relaxing and refreshing; a walk on the dam will give you a good view of the area around.

Cave Temple Trail and Rural Excursion :-

500years old cave temple is dedicated to Ashapura Mata Ji. The mother goddess of the hills is believed to guard the entire village and one of the must visit place in Jawai. It is situated in centre of Jawai dam. A walk to this temple through a natural trail can be very interesting and will give a wonderful experience; we will also visit the nearby village to get a good insight of the local culture and people.

About Leopards of Jawai :-

Jawai Has a big community of residing leopards which is increasing day by day with the support of government and the local inhabitants, in past few years various documentaries have been made on the leopards of jawai which has attracted tourists from across the world to see this beautiful cat, leopard is a nocturnal animal and very shy in nature which makes it very difficult to spot this animal, however here at jawai the terrain is rocky outcrops where the leopards basically dwells so it becomes very easy to spot this animal from a very far distance. At jawai there are also many other species of wild animals like migratory and local birds but the leopards here takes the first place and remains the most prominent predator here.