Your day starts with a pick up from hotel. Then you will be driven towards the Bhil Tribe Village (approx 30 minutes drive). The Bhil is a tribe of Mewar, known for its archery skills and fighter spirit. The Bhils are the biggest tribe of South Asia and constituting almost 40% of the state’s population. The tribal community is believed to have inhabited the Western central and Northern part of India for than 1000 years now. The tribal once used to be just hunters and turned to agriculture later. “Gavri” Folk Dance is very famous dance in the principal deity of Mewar's Bhil tribe in Rajasthan.
The tribal village is located near Udaipur in the Aravalli mountain ranges, the main residence of the Bhil community.
After reaching the village start exploring the surroundings, catch a glimpse of the tribal people occupied with their routine work. Your guide will let you know about the daily life activities of the people. Get to interact with the Bhils and learn about their rural lifestyle.
After this, visit a local school, meet the students and share some of your knowledge with them. After the school visit, make your way through the village and reach the farms. Get to know about the farming techniques followed by the Bhil people and the various seasonal crops sown here. Then, pass by a small water stream and walk towards the final point of the tour. From there you will be driven back to your hotel.