Dera Amer Elephant Experience, Jaipur
India, Rajasthan

Info : Dera Amer Elephant Experience

Tucked away in the foothills of the Aravali Range, just 22 miles outside of Jaipur city centre, lies Dera Amer , an usual experiment in wildlife conservation spearheaded by one Indian family.

The Singh family who have converted their 160 acre land into a wilderness camp and opened up the area for conservation purposes and so guests could interact with their rescued elephants.  The land is exclusively used for the animals and for food cultivation for them, whilst guests can enjoy a rich wildlife experience where animal welfare is the highest priority. Highly recommended for families, though other guests will also enjoy a visit especially if they have little other space in their itinerary for wildlife spotting. 

You’ll start your elephant experience at dusk outside the camp. After being introduced to the animals and feeding them, you’ll walk with these humble giants through the jungle area surrounding Dera Amer.  Led by a local tribal guide you’ll pass village huts, fields and a medieval fort before you reach the camp in the middle of the forest. Dinner will be served against the wilderness backdrop of the Aravali Hills.

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The one-on-one guide arranged with Experience Travel Group enabled me to get so much more from my trip to India. As well as the almost compulsory visits to the Taj Mahal and Red Fort, I was shown a variety of busy towns and mall villages, traditional crafts and skills, religious buildings and practices, architecture and wildlife, finishing with a very relaxing stay in Tikli Bottom.

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