Once after your Rajasthan famous places tour, it’s time to plan next tour i.e. Rajasthan wildlife tour. Besides the bustling and colourful life of Rajasthan cities, there is another world of animals exists at different locations. So get ready to explore the beauty of wildlife sanctuaries and their natural habitats. It is a delightful and speculative tour that travellers will experience. Let’s explore the beauty of wildlife, successful conservations of Government of Rajasthan.
Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur
Located in Sawai Madhopur, Ranthambore National Park is one of the popular and important wildlife sanctuaries of Rajasthan, which is also called as the most important national park of the country. It is popular for its Tiger population and tourists on their wildlife tour of Ranthambore can spot the tiger easily. Apart from tigers, tourists can also find some hyenas, sambars, wild boars, chitals, sloth bears, nilgai and leopards. It is a perfect place for Jungle Safari. Tourists can also find some 500 species of flowering plants. Tourists can also spot some endangered wildlife species. The park is under cameras surveillance to monitor the animals. The best time to visit this place is October to June.
Sariska National Park, Alwar
Situated in District Alwar of Rajasthan, Sariska National Park is again a very important national park of Rajasthan. It is spread over 866 square kilometres and comprises of a rich vegetation of scrub thorn, grasses and dry deciduous forests. The best feature of this national park is the population of Royal Bengal Tigers. Apart from tigers, tourists can also spot some other animals which includes Rhesus monkeys, hares, wild boars, chousingha, hanuman langurs, chinkara, nilgai, sambhar, four horned antelope, golden jackals, striped hyenas, and leopards. Tourists will also get a chance to spot some bird such as crested serpent eagle, golden backed woodpecker, Great Indian Horned Owl, tree pie, sand grouse, bush quail, peafowl, grey partridge, etc. The best time to visit this national park is October to June.
Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary, Bharatpur
Earlier known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, this wildlife sanctuary is presently known as Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary. It is also known as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India. It was once ground of Maharajas. It is a home to numbers of migratory birds. Here tourists to can also find 366 bird species, 379 floral species and several animals. Apart from spotting these species and animals, travellers can also enjoy bicycle and rickshaw safari in the park. While exploring the jungle, tourists can also accommodate at Forest Lodge and Shanti Kutir.
Desert National Sanctuary, Jaisalmer
Located nearby Jaisalmer town, Desert National Sanctuary is spread over 3162 square kilometres. It is one of the largest national parks of the country. Almost 20 per cent of the park is constituted of sand dunes. Despite the landscape, the national park is comprises of a great birdlife and while exploring the national park, you can spot a number of birds including Great Indian Bustard, vultures, buzzards, falcons, harriers, spotted eagles, tawny eagles, short toed eagles, sand grouse, kestrels, laggar falcons, and eagles. The wild animals that you can spot in the park are black bucks, hedgehogs, wolves, desert cats, chinkara, bengal foxes and desert foxes. To explore the sanctuary beautifully, travellers can take a jeep safari.
Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Kumbhalgarh
Situated at an elevation of 500 to 1300 metres and sprawling over an area of 578 sq km. The Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is a home of variety of wildlife. Some of the animals that travellers can spot here are jungle cats, hyenas, sloth bears, leopards, hares, chinkaras, four horned antelopes, nilgai, sambhar and wolves. Travellers can also enjoy the bird life at the jungle and spot some birds including peacocks, doves, golden oriole, white breasted kingfisher, grey jungle fowl, bulbuls, pigeons and parakeets. Besides spoting the colourful birds, travellers can also enjoy the jeep safari, horse safari and trekking. The best time to visit this sanctuary is between October to March.
Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary, Karauli
Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary is a part of Ranthambore National Park and it is spread over an area of 676 square kilometres. This sanctuary is the home of some exotic and rarest birds. The easily spotted animals of the sanctuary are leopards, tigers, jackals, wild boars, chinkara, sambhar, wolves, hyenas, sloth bears, and others. While exploring the sanctuary, tourists can also enjoy the jeep safari and bird watching. Travellers on this tour will enjoy a lot. The best time to visit this sanctuary is in between September to March. Travellers must plan for this wildlife tour.
Darrah Sanctuary, Kota
Spread over an area of 250 sq km, the Darrah Sanctuary is located at a distance of 50km from Kota. Established in 2004, the national park is comprises of three wildlife sanctuaries such as Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary, Jaswant Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary and Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary. It is a home for several species including the wild boar, nilgai, cheetah and wolves. After spotting the species and animals, travellers can enjoy the jungle safari. Travellers can get captivate towards the natural beauty and wilderness. After exploring the jungle, tourists can also visit to the Jenana Khana fort which is located within the premises. It is again a wonderful experience for the travellers. Tourists can visit this sanctuary in between October to March.
Mount Abu Sanctuary, Mount Abu
Situated in the Aravalli Hills, Mount Abu Sanctuary is a home to a large number of birds, plants, trees and wild animals. The sanctuary has 17 species of tuberous plants, 81 species of trees, 89 species of shrubs, 28 species of climbers 112 plant families, 449 genera and 820 species. Some of the animals and species that you can spot on your exploration are lions, tigers, leopards, bears, wild boars, langurs, foxes, hyenas, porcupines, Indian hares, mongoose, small Indian civets, jungle cats, sambhars, etc. Spotting a leopard is the main attraction of Mount Abu. Tourists can also explore the beautiful rock formations that formed due to water and wind withering. The best time to visit this national park is between November to February.
On this Tour to Rajasthan, travellers will not only get a wonderful experience, but one can also find get to about a different side of Rajasthan Tourism. Apart from a different side of Rajasthan, travellers can also find it an educational tour as tourist will get to know about various animals and species. One must plan for this tour to experience something new. So, book your tour now.