The geographical location of Rajasthan on the Aravalli mountain ranges blessed Rajasthan with a number of wildlife reserves, which are famous for their flora, fauna,and scenic landscapes. Rajasthan Wildlife Sanctuaries are one of the prominent attractions of Rajasthan Tourism, which provide tourists an opportunity to explore the thrill the nature’s wilderness. Most of the wildlife reserves were the hunting ground for Raja and Maharaja of Rajasthan, which was converted to the wildlife sanctuaries and national parks of India. Some of the famous wildlife destinations of Rajasthan are:
Keoladeo National Park:
Keoladeo also known as Bharatpur National park is one of the most popular wildlife reserves of Rajasthan famous for its diverse and exotic collections of flora, fauna and avifauna collections. The beautiful, exotic and diverse collection of birds, scenic landscapes, and flora make this place an UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is situated in the Bharatpur Region of Mewar district and spread over an area of 29 sq km. This national park was once the duck- hunting reserve of erstwhile Maharaja. The collection 350 bird’s species make Keoladeo a bird paradise which attracts bird’s lovers and nature enthusiasts from across the globe. Some of the popular bird species of this park are rare Siberian Cranes, Demoiselle, Wagtails, Buntings, Flycatchers and many more.
Sariska National Park:
This is another most famous wildlife destination of Rajasthan, which is visited by scores of wildlife lovers and nature enthusiasts from several parts of the globe. It is located among the Aravalli hill ranges in the Alwar district of Rajasthan and spread over an area of 800 sq. km. This wildlife reserve came under Project Tiger in 1979 and became a national park in 1982. The ecology of this place supports a large number of flora, fauna and avifauna species, which enthrall and excite tourists during their visit to this place. Some of the most sighted wild animals of this place are Leopard, Jungle Cat, Tiger, Hyena, Jackal, Wild Dog and many more.
Ranthambore National Park:
This is one of the most visited wildlife destinations of Rajasthan situated near the town Sawai Madhopur district. It is ranked among the best national parks of India famous for its diverse flora, fauna and scenic landscapes. Based on the wildlife census this park has around 40 species of mammals, 320 avifauna varieties (including migratory birds) and 35 reptile species. Along with this diverse collection, the high-density of Royal Bengal Tiger often brings this park to limelight.
Some of the other wildlife destinations in Rajasthan are Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary and Desert National Park.
Rajasthan Wildlife Sanctuaries are known across the globe for its exotic collection of flora, fauna and avifauna collection. Some of Famous Wildlife Destinations of Rajasthan is Keoladeo, Sariska and Ranthambore. For exclusive North India Tour Packages Contact us.