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Top 04 Rajasthan Wildlife

Wild life in Rajasthan is also a major attraction for the tourist and it has many renowned national parks and wildlife sanctuaries namely top 04 such as Ranthambore National Park, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Desert National Park and Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur teeming with some most rare and endangered wild animals and birds. Rajasthan wildlife is known to reside a good number of Tigers and give fine opportunity to its wildlife enthusiasts to spot the tigers. Apart from viewing Tigers Rajasthan Wildlife sanctuaries are home to other animals and birds such as Leopards, Sloth Bears, Wild Boars, Mongoose, Chinkaras, Porcupines, Monitor Lizards, Black Bucks, Antelopes, Deer and a wide variety of exotic birds.

We offer our valued clients a Rajasthan Wildlife Tour inclusive of exciting wildlife safaris by Jeeps or Elephant safari to make a closes encounter with tigers or many other wild animals. Keoladeo and Desert National park are the paradise for the Bird Watcher as it attracts several migratory birds too including the very famous Siberian Cranes. Desert National park near Jaisalmer is also known for rare and extinct birds. You can enjoy camel safari in Desert national Park and boat safari in Keoladeo National Park.

Rajasthan wildlife tour is full of national parks and sanctuaries which are home to a variety of wildlife including some of the rare and endangered species including Tigers, panthers, sambar, bison, Black bucks, Chinkara, the rare desert fox, antelopes, deer, wild boars, monitor lizards, the endangered caracal and the list goes on.Besides, Rajasthan wildlife has also several small wildlife sanctuaries and eco-tourism parks namely Mount Abu Sanctuary, Bhensrod Garh Sanctuary, Darrah Sanctuary, Jaisamand Sanctuary, Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary, and Jawahar Sagar sanctuary.

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary


This Santuary offers protection to birds and faunal species as well. Bharatpur Sanctuary was actually created by a maharaja. The name of this national park is after the name of god Keoladeo, Lord Shiva. This park is nesting native water- birds as well as migratory water birds and riverside birds. In this small wildlife park more than 300 species of birds are found.
Ranthambhor National Park

Ranthambhor National Park


It’s surrounded by the Vindhya and Aravali hill ranges and is considered to be one of the best tiger reserves in the nation. It is located very near to the outer edge of the Thar Desert. This place presents the best of the desert and as well as plain area near the hills abandoned fortress. Ranthambore National Park is popular for its friendly tigers.
Sariska Tiger Reserve

Sariska Tiger Reserve


This Sariska Tiger Reserve offers protection to birds and faunal species as well. Sariska Tiger Reserve was actually created by a maharaja. The name of this national park is after the name of god Keoladeo, Lord Shiva. This park is nesting native water- birds as well as migratory water birds and riverside birds. In this small wildlife park more than 300 species of birds are found.
Mount Abu Sanctuary

Mount Abu Sanctuary


You will be welcomed to the Mount Abu Santuary with a sign displayed at the entrance" Use your eyes to see the plants, birds and animals, use your ears to hear birds and animals call, use your legs to walk --the more you walk, the more you see and hear"




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