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Jeep safari in Jaipur from Amber Fort to Dera Amer :
It provides a unique opportunity to see how Rajasthan's rural community ( 65% OF the population ) live and have lived for generations in much the fashion a their ancestors. A safari means an exploration of lesser- known destinations and the countryside. Jeeps driving on country side roads, and may often venture into the open countryside. The open jeep is the most conducive way of seeing Rajasthan's villages, Especially in the winter months when the chilly breeze and warm sunshine provide a heady combination. It is a journey of diverse sights and experience. We discover the tribal regions, the small isolated villages, the ruins of old forts and a temple complex, all adding up to provide a sense of destination to a safari. Lush green agriculture farms can be visited. Guests are taken in to homes and received with warmth and affection. There will be opportunity to interact with various communities living in the area to share and under stand their world. Jeep Safari Starts from Amer and drive to Nahargarh rescue centre- Kali temple- Dera Amber. Nahargarh Biological park / Rescue Centre The entire area is full of hilly terrain and is covered by dense forest growth. It lies under forest department and contains more than 70 hectares of forest land.

 




Here lies a spacious enclosure surrounded by lofty ramparts and four bastions on four corners, which has been the polo ground of Maharaja Madho Singh II of Jaipur. The Maharaja enjoyed the game here with friends and guests. The place is ruined now and is covered by dense forest growth. The rescue home for wild animals was established here in 2002 AS to protect the wild animals under WLP Act 1972, which prohibited cruelty to animals. The Wild animals preserved here are all taken away from circus companies which used these animals during the show to attract visitors.

The rescue home runs here under the supervision of zoological department of government of Rajasthan and comprises nearly three hectares of forestland. An enclosure is built here for wild animals in a half moon 'ardhachandrakar' shape which has several small cabins surrounded by iron railing, here live lions and tigers duly protected and well fed. The maximum capacity is for 50 animals but at present there are only 44 animals here.The first is that of lions whose number is 30 and the other is of tiger which are 14 in number.
Among the tigers there is one animal of mixed bred named 'tigoy' which said to be simple and innocent in comparison to tiger which is known for its ferocity. The lions are gregarious in nature while the tigers are solitary and segregate.
The entire forestland of neighborhood re sounds all the daylong with the terrifying roars of lions. As the place is secluded and solitary, no one ventures near it thinking that some wild animal is roaming in the neighborhood. 

The rescue home keeps only those animals which are saved from circuses. It does not keep stray wild animals here. If by chance, the forest department comes across some wounded wild animal, they bring it here for treatment and when recovered set free in the forest.Enroute visit the Boari- Odiramsagar and kali maa temple Old Temple Primary School - Dhani - Dera Amer 

JEEP SAFARIS- AMER TO SAMODE

Amer -Nahargarh rescue centre- kali temple- Kuas- Kucherawala-samode
Amer- old Delhi Darwaja - Maji ki Boari - Nahargarh Biological park / Rescue Centre - Boari- Odiramsagar and kali maa temple Old Temple- Primary School - Dhani - Dera Amer or Kukas temple- kucherawala- hill area -Samode village 

Jeep safari at Jaipur with high tea at Sand dunes :
It provides a unique opportunity to see how Rajasthan's rural community ( 65% OF the population ) live and have lived for generations in much the fashion a their ancestors. A safari means an exploration of lesser- known destinations and the countryside. Jeeps driving on country side roads, and may often venture into the open countryside. The open jeep is the most conducive way of seeing Rajasthan's villages, Especially in the winter months when the chilly breeze and warm sunshine provide a heady combination. It is a journey of diverse sights and experience. We discover the tribal regions, the small isolated villages, the ruins of old forts and a temple complex, all adding up to provide a sense of destination to a safari. Visit an ancient pilgrimage center with temples of Lord Rama and Lord Shiva which is very old.This place is a congregation of 03 magnificent temples with sandstone pavilion and terrace built on small hill surrounded with Kadam tree, these tress are founds very rare in India. There is big ashram of Sadhues and at a time 300 monks lives there and perform the 24 hours Pooja ceremony one by one. All the sadhus are staying in one place and Ashrams provides the food to them. There is charitable hospital run by ashram for local villagers and all the medicine and treatments is free of cost. There is huge dairy and there is around 300 cows in Ashram. Lush green agriculture farm can be visit. After visiting the ashrams continue drive to safari route. 

Guests are taken in to homes and received with warmth and affection an experience to interact with various communities living in the area to share and under stand their world.
 The Raikas ( The Shepherds) are a pre dominantly pastoral group who raise camels and goats and sheep's .The riakas are a closed and conservative community, whose live hood depends on camels, goats and sheep's.
Enroute, you visit some of the unique remote villages and hamlets. This track is full of different cultures, colorful life of the village, huge dunes about 100 - 150 feet's high, sandy track and sandy roads .The small dhanies (hamlets)are rich in ethnic rural cultural life, visiting them is a unique experience. The farmers and weavers add exciting color and ethnicity to arid spread of the desert sands. Visit local artisans at work, creating leathers, wooden handicrafts, and potteries. Afterwards view the sunset from typical desert landscape, sandunes with a range of the hills.High tea can be served here as well.


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