The colorful Indian state of Rajasthan is not only known for its magnificent architectural masterpieces and fascinating culture, but it's also blessed with a very rich and diverse flora and fauna. Rajasthan is home to some of the finest national parks and wildlife sanctuaries of India including the world-famous Ranthambore National Park, Sariska National Park, Keoladeo Ghana National Park and the Desert National Park, teeming with some most rare and endangered wild animals and birds. Rajasthan attracts thousands of wildlife enthusiasts and bird lovers from all around the world every year. You too can enjoy an exciting Rajasthan wildlife tour to discover its unique flora and fauna. Rajasthan Wildlife Tour offers a wide range of tour packages for Rajasthan. Just select an ideal package for you and discover the wildlife in Rajasthan at its very best.
On Rajasthan wildlife tour, you can visit the famous Ranthambore National Park, Sariska National Park, Keoladeo Ghana National Park and Desert National Park. Ranthambore and Sariska National Parks are known for their rich density of Tiger populations and promise better opportunities for tiger viewing. Don't be scared if you come face to face with a Tiger, and if conditions are suitable capture this majestic animal in your camera. Other wildlife you can see in these national parks include Leopards, Sloth Bears, Wild Boars, Mongoose, Chinkaras, Porcupines, Monitor Lizards, Black Bucks, Antelopes, Deer and a wide variety of exotic birds.
On Rajasthan wildlife tour, you can also visit the world-renowned Keoladeo Ghana National Park also known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and the Desert National Park. Famous as the "Ornithologists Paradise," Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is a World Heritage Site. The sanctuary attracts thousands of indigenous and migratory birds including the world-famous Siberian Cranes, who are special guests of the park during winters. Desert National Park near Jaisalmer is known for its unique scrub and thorny vegetations and wildlife including the Great Indian Bustard, a rare and nearly extinct bird. On your Rajasthan wildlife tour, you can also visit the Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary, Tal Chappar Wildlife Sanctuary, Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary, Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary and Van Vihar Wildlife Sanctuary.
The exciting wildlife safaris are other greatest attractions, which you can enjoy on your Rajasthan wildlife tour. You can enjoy a thrilling jeep or an elephant safari and make a close encounter with the wild beasts and beautiful birds in their own natural habitat. An exciting camel safari in the Desert National Park or a boat safari in Keoladeo National Park would truly be an unforgettable experience for you.
Ranthambore National Park is one of the most popular National Parks in India. It was conferred the status of a National Park in the year 1957 and came under the ambit of "Project Tiger" in the year 1974. The park is strategically located in the midst of the imposing Aravalli and Vindhya mountain ranges covering an area of 400 sq. kms.
In the days of yore, Sariska used to be the hunting ground of the Maharaja of Alwar. It was declared as a National Park in 1955. The park is spread over an area of 479 sq. Kms. and is divided into three zones - core, buffer and tourist zone. In 1979, Project Tiger initiative was launched in Sariska National Park.
The Desert National Park is located at a distance of 40kms. from Jaisalmer and exemplifies the unusual ecological biodiversity of the renowned Thar desert. The park is teeming with wildlife and some of the resident species include chinkara, hare, desert fox, black buck, wolf, desert cat to name just a few.
The Keoladeo Ghana National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is strategically located just 7 kms away from the town of Bharatpur. This renowned park is spread over an area of 29 sq. kms of marshy land and is the nesting ground of hundreds of varieties of birds, including certain migratory birds which are on the verge of extinction.
The Gajner wildlife Sanctuary is located at a distance of 32 kms. from the town of Bikaner. In the days of yore Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary used to be royal hunting grounds of the Maharaja of Bikaner. There is a sparkling lake inside the sanctuary and in the sweltering summer months one can see a variety of wild animals that come to the lake to quench their thirst.
The sanctuary located in Mount Abu was declared as a protected area in the year 1960 and ever since then this sanctuary which is spread over the gorgeous Aravalli range of mountains has been attracting not only domestic tourists but also tourists from overseas. Mount Abu is Rajasthan's only hill station and in the days of yore it used to be the summer retreat of Rajasthan's royalty.