This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
Responsible tourism: India wildlife and culture tour, Rajasthan
Accommodation in Keoladao National Park is a small lodge dedicated to wildlife and birding situated at the edge of National Park. The owner of lodge is totally dedicated to Wildlife and Environment, the lodge is had its own guide line to protect Environment, they use solar energy, plastic is totally banned, they use sustainable fire wood for water boiler and they supply hot water in bucket to guest. In Keoladao National Park we conduct your two safaris by bicycle rickshaw and naturalist is accompanying you on bicycle.
We have developed two Eco-friendly camp-sites. Camp-sites are situated inside the sanctuary jungle core with three well locally furnish cottages and four luxury tents. For both place access to the camp-sites is thirty to forty minutes by Camel cart from the nearest village of Dhawla and Sena. Luxury locally furnished safari camp-site with running water, bathrooms, solar electricity are available, we provide oil lamps in rooms and we recycle our water, Water harvesting system is there, proper management of waste. We donít use any electronic equipment in our camp-sites; necessary equipments are made locally and operating manually.
All Monuments and temples visit by our guest had entry charges which is use for preservation and restore these cultural sights. Our itinerary covers few villages like Dhawala and Leta where traveler able to experience and see the Shepherd home, there storage of grains and their culture, they also visit the families who made the Galicha (Carpet) and Khesala (use as a blanket) weaving by using Sheep and goat hair.
We help local craftsmen to demonstrate their craft work directly to the guest by doing this they will get paid fair price of their work. We support by taking our guests to small scale business run by locals from their homes like Woollen Handicraft -Khesla, Dari, Patte, Galicha(Carpets) Within a circle of 5 kilometres of Leta village, nearly 100 families are employed in this type of handwork and it is run as a family business. They make woollen blankets known as Khesala and Pattu weaving in the local area. Village Leta's Khesala is famous in the whole of Marwar region.