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Wildlife in Rajasthan

Encounter The Beauty Of Wildlife In Rajasthan In Their Natural Habitat
Rajasthan is situated in the northwest corner of India spanning an area of approximately 3,42,000 Sq km. Being one amongst the largest states of the country, Rajasthan is extraordinarily rich in National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries. A varied topography will be considered as another feature of Rajasthan tourism among grand palaces, splendid forts, sand dunes and superb heritage resorts and hotels. In short, Rajasthan is said to be a haven for a broad spectrum of wildlife. With diverse topography, Rajasthan provides an inspiring array of wildlife. All the national parks & wildlife sanctuaries boast of a huge variety of birds and animals. Some of them will be rare, whereas others are endangered. So, join the grand Indian wildlife tours to experience the thrill and excitement of wildlife. Wildlife tours offer a perfect tour detail regarding the national parks & sanctuaries situated in the desert state of Rajasthan.

A brief history behind Rajasthan Wildlife Tourism:
The quality of our human life will depend on the continued survival of wildlife as well as wilderness. Leaving palaces, forts, traditional art forms and sand dunes aside – Rajasthan is surprisingly the abode of a huge number of birds and animals with distinct vegetation too. Furthermore, the state enables you to get benefit from the best safaris as well. This desert state has nearly three national parks in addition to a dozen of sanctuaries. The diversity of flora and fauna that you would come across in the Rajasthan could not be found anywhere in the world.

Highlights of Wildlife in Rajasthan:
Every year, Rajasthan captures the minds of several bird lovers and wildlife enthusiasts from all over the world. You could also able to get pleasure from an exhilarating Rajasthan wildlife tour in order to encounter its exclusive flora and fauna. The jagged park terrain varies between open grassy meadow and dry deciduous forest, which is dotted with several rivers and lakes that are made passable only by rugged roads constructed and also maintained by the Rajasthan forest service. Another greatest attraction that you could enjoy, while touring to Rajasthan wildlife, is exciting wildlife safari. You can get thrilling from several options including camel safari, jeep safari and even horse safari. Enjoy a close encounter with beautiful birds and wild beats in their individual home. There is also an availability of boat safari that will give you an unforgettable experience.

Major attractions of Wildlife in Rajasthan:
Some famous national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan include Ranthambore National Park, Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Sitamata Sanctuary, Keoladeo Ghana National Par, Gajner Sanctuary, Tal Chappar Wildlife Sanctuary, Mount Abu Sanctuary, Darrah Sanctuary and Desert National Park. However, the major national parks, as well as bird sanctuaries, are Sariska Tiger Reserve, Ranthambore National Park and also Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. Ranthambore National Park is specially meant for Project Tiger. Among other creatures, tourists could watch birds such as Langur, Owlets, Caracal, Leopard, Hyena, Jungle Cat, Jackal, Bears, Wild Bear, Marsh Crocodiles and different species of Deer too.

Best time to visit wildlife tour in Rajasthan:
The best time to enjoy Rajasthan wildlife tour is between October and June as most of the national parks and sanctuaries will be open for visitor only during this time period.

Ranthambore Wildlife
Ranthambore Wildlife

Jungle Safari is the best way to explore the forests of Ranthambore. Safari is an adventure that takes any adventurer who likes to explore the unexplored trails.

Sariska Wildlife

This park is situated only 200 km from Delhi and 107 kms from Jaipur. Although larger than Ranthambor, it is less commercialised and has less tigers but.

Darrah Sanctuary

An erstwhile royal hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Kota, it is a thickly forested sanctuary lying along the southeastern border of Kota.

Desert Sanctuary

The Desert National Park is an excellent example of the ecosystem of the Thar desert and its diverse fauna. Sand dunes form around 20% of the Park.

Jaisamand Sanctuary

Jaisamand Sanctuary is situated 50 kms south of Udaipur the picturesque city of lakes verdant valleys and hills. It is on the bank of Jaisamand Lake.

Keoladeo Park

Keoladeo Ghana National Park (Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary) is a Ramsar site under the Ramsar Convention, and also a World Heritage site. It has been the only

Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary

Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary Is located in the most rugged of the Aravali in Pali, Rajsamand and Udaipur districts of Rajasthan. It takes name after the impressive

Mount Abu Sanctuary

The sanctuary comprises the oldest mountain ranges - The Aravali. It was declared as a Wildlife Sanctuary in 1960. Apart from having several sightseeing places.

Chambal Sanctuary

National Chambal Sanctuary, also known as the National Chambal Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary, is a 5,400 km2 (2,100 sq mi) tri-state protected area in northern.