Explore The Raw Beauty of Nature in Rajasthan with Rajasthan Wildlife Tour Packages in India
The Land of Kings is reputed for its forts and havelis. But should you wish to view Rajasthan through a different angle you must take up a Rajasthan wildlife India tour. Rajasthan is the natural home to many endangered animals. There are a vast number of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks scattered across the historic state. If you are looking forward to going on a wildlife trip, there is no better location that Rajasthan has to offer.
To allow you to decide which are the finest to visit with Rajasthan wildlife tour packages we describe below a few of the famed places.
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve – Known formerly as the Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary it was renamed the Ranthambore National park in 1980. It is known worldwide as being the best place to see tigers in their natural habitat. There are said to be about 35 tigers in this reserve though no one knows it for sure. The park is divided into ten zones and at the center is the grand and majestic ruins of the Ranthambore Fort from which the park draws its name. Apart from tigers which can be seen with regularity, there are also buffaloes, hyenas, deer, antelope.
It is ideal for visiting from October to June since it is closed during rains. The usual way of touring the park is on jeep safari where guides point out the best species all around.
Sariska National Park – Located in Alwar it is the first national park which has been successful in relocating tigers away from their natural habitat. The park which did not have a single surviving tiger in 2005 now boasts of 15 animals brought from other forests. Apart from tigers, Sariska National Park is a wonderful place to see many birds such as white kingfisher, grey back partridge, Indian eagle, and falcons. If you are lucky, you may get to see a leopard or a jungle cat too. It is believed that the Pandavas lived here once in a place called Pandupol.
Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary – Located in Bharatpur this famous bird sanctuary is a treat for ornithologists. There are over 350 bird species to be seen here including the rare species like sandpipers. The famed Keoladeo Temple is located within the boundaries of this sanctuary. It was created about 250 years ago and is a favorite spot to visit for foreign as well as Indian tourists.
Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary – Established in Pratapgarh this sanctuary is the home of the famed flying squirrel which leaps from tree to tree. The best time to visit the park is between January and April when the Mahua trees on which these squirrels live shed their leaves. Located a convenient two-hour drive from Udaipur the park is at the intersection of Aravalli Hills and Vindhya Mountains.
Wildlife tour packages in Rajasthan provide an intriguing glimpse into the raw beauty of nature we find very easily in this vast and untamed land. With deserts and lush forests, there is beauty all around, and wildlife travel has flourished. Rajasthan wildlife sanctuaries are rated the best in the country and offers a rare view of nature hitherto unseen.
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