Malviya Nagar Industrial Area, Jaipur

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Jhalana Leopard Safari Park

The Land Of Leopards




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Creating Better World For All The Wildlife

Spread in an area of 23sq km Jhalana Leopard Safari Park is home to 30-35 leopards out of which 6-7 leopards have their territory in tourism area of park. Situated right in the heart of Jaipur city closer to Airport, Jhalana slowly is becoming a favorite destination to spot leopards in wild. This otherwise shy cat is the apex predator here and does not have much competition for survival which makes them confident and therefore better sightings .


Here is all of our safari packages, select your package and contact us to get most of it.

Village Safari

Experience an amazing jeep safari around the village which will take you though a one of a kind experience.

Night City Tour

See Jaipur city when it sparkles. Enjoy night time views and ambiance of fort and palace with open air jeep.


Elephant Safari

This elephant village in Amer is one of the most popular homes of elephants, Spent a day with elephants.


Walking Tour

Jaipur walking tour in the narrow streets & bazaars of pink city exploring local Heritage, Arts, Food, Culture.

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Why Choose Us!

Where Elegant Spaces Meet Wild Places

Spread over an area of more than 23 square kilometres, Jhalana Leopard Conservation reserve is surrounded by the city of Jaipur on all sides. and is counted among st the best places in the country to spot the elusive cats. With a good and healthy number of leopards here, it just might happen that you get to see them as early as within 5 minutes of entering here. The park is right in the heart of the city and its very easy to fill in any itinerary as the safari is just 2.30 hours. 






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