Are you a wildlife enthusiast or willing to discover the wilderness of Rajasthan? Well, then book your Rajasthan Tour with Wildlife offering a wonderful experience for a wild sojourn in India. There are a plethora of national parks in Rajasthan where you can head out to get an indulgence in the wilderness experience. The wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan can be considered as an oasis of several birds and mammals that are still preserved. Just like Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary serves as a nest for many migratory birds, on the other hand, Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary is home to many endangered wildlife species. The wildlife in Rajasthan is worth exploring or experiencing in the state wherein you can immerse in the wilderness of the state. Take a tour of these amazing 10 national parks on Rajasthan Wildlife Tour to make a journey truly remarkable.
Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Popularly known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Keoladeo Ghana National Park is home to a large number of migratory birds. The sanctuary attracts a large number of ornithologists from all over the country, especially during the migratory season. The famous UNESCO World Heritage Site is a man-made national park housing 366 bird species and several animals as well.
Ranthambore National Park
One of the largest and most important national parks in the country is Ranthambore National Park. It is situated in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan and was originally established as the Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary but later the Indian Government was brought under the Project Tiger Scheme in 1973. The tigers can be easily spotted in the park and it is best known for Tiger Safari in Ranthambore.
Sariska National Park
The Sariska Tiger Reserve is located in the Alwar district in the state of Rajasthan and is one of the most important wildlife reserves. The vegetation in Sariska comprises dry deciduous forests, scrub thorn, and grasses. The park is spread over an area of 866 sq. kilometers and is located at a distance of 107 kilometers from Delhi from where you can plan a short trip through an outstation cab in Delhi.
Desert National Park
The Desert National Park is one of the most important wildlife reserves in Rajasthan which is located near the town of Jaisalmer. Stretched to an area of 3162 sq. km., the national park is one of the largest national parks in the country. Its unique and vibrant landscape inhabit many endangered wildlife species including birds.
Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
The Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan. The sanctuary is one of the most explored places in Rajasthan. It sprawls to an area of 578 sq km, the sanctuary surrounds the enormous Kumbhalgarh Fort. Some of the animals that inhabit the sanctuary include hares, chinkaras, four-horned antelopes, nilgai, etc.
Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary
The Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most-visited wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan. It was declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 1980 and is home to a large number of wildlife animals, birds, plants, and trees. The wildlife reserve is home to a varied number of plants found in the sanctuary. A variety of orchid species can also be seen in the sanctuary.
Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary
The Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary is located at a distance of 5 kilometers from Sajjangarh Palace and surrounds it beautifully. The serene backdrop of Bansdara hill amuses one with beautiful views of sunset and sunrise. The sanctuary houses blue bulls, panthers, hares, jackals, wild boars, hyenas, etc. that you can also spot in the wildlife reserve.
Jawai Leopard Sanctuary
Jawai is India’s most popular Leopard hills are a few wild places in the country where leopards roam wild and free. The granite hills of Jawai have rare footage of Leopards living together like a family and can be seen anywhere during the evening or morning. India’s leopards hills are the only place in India having the highest density of leopards.
Jhalana Leopard Conservation Reserve
Sprawling to around 23 acres of land, the Jhalana Safari Park is the first leopard conservation reserve in India. It is located amidst the Aravalli Hills with over 30 to 35 leopards. If you are planning a Jaipur tour package for some time, then we suggest you head out for an exhilarating wildlife safari in Jhalana Leopard Conservation Reserve.
Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary
Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary is located almost 32 kilometers from Bikaner City and offers a wonderful excursion for a same-day tour. It is one of the most famous places that have been gaining attention widely for a couple of years. The protected area houses fauna like wild fowls, nilgais, deer, antelopes, blackbucks, desert foxes, and more.
So, let’s plan a wildlife joyride in Rajasthan with near and dear ones to discover its rich wilderness. Book your Rajasthan Tour Package with us to explore these beautiful national parks in Rajasthan.