Wildlife of Rajasthan is ready to conquer you with its beauty and wilderness. The wildlife sanctuaries and national parks are the fascinating hot spots where every minute is worthwhile. Visit the following destinations to witness the enchanting drama of nature and its wild creatures:
Ranthambhore National Park, Rajasthan
Treat your eyes to the majestic tigers at this park, which was once the hunting ground of the Maharajas of Jaipur. Famous for its tiger population, it also shelters a wide variety of other wildlife. Located between the Aravalli and Vindhya mountain ranges, this Park is truly worth a visit. It also boasts of a thousand year old fort and lake palace. The best time to visit is from November to April.
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
This sanctuary can be best described as a paradise for bird lovers as it is a home to around 300 bird species,including native and migratory. Here you will be greeted with colorful birds, scenic beauty and melodious sounds. It occupies a great place on the world map as a World Heritage Site. Take a boat ride and enjoy amazing sights. It can be visited throughout the year.
Sariska National Park
Located ideally in the Aravalli Hills, Sariska is a home to a variety of wild species such as tiger, leopard, Nilgai, Great Indian Horned Owl, Serpent eagle and many more. It is a tiger reserve which attracts visitors from across the globe.
Desert National Park
It is a dramatic land with desert, sand dunes, rough rocks, wood fossils and amazing fauna. It is one of the largest National Parks in India.
Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary
Enveloped in scenic beauty, this sanctuary is rich in flora and fauna. Apart from sighting a range of exciting animals, you can also treat your eyes to a wide range of orchids. It can be visited throughout the year.