Visit Wildlife Sanctuaries In Rajasthan During Rajasthan Tour


Visit Wildlife Sanctuaries In Rajasthan During Rajasthan Tour

Rajasthan is a state of royalty and has ample evidence of royal culture in its rich heritage and society. In addition to its cultural abundance, Rajasthan also has enough beauty in wildlife. The main attractions of the state are the wildlife reserves and national parks of Rajasthan. These magnificent sanctuaries and parks are home to a wide variety of wildlife, some of which have been critically endangered. Rajasthan is a safe haven for a wide variety of wildlife. Most of these expansive extensions are open to tourists and guests all year round but remain temporarily closed during the rainy season.

Some Famous Wildlife Sanctuaries –

Ranthambore National Park:-

Ranthambore National Park is one of the largest national parks of northern India, which is mainly located in Rajasthan state. This beautiful national park is located in Sawai Madhopur. Park is known for the tiger population, Tiger is one of the project’s Indian reserves. Other large wild animals include leopards, nilgai, wild boar, sambhar, hina, dull bears, and chital. There are many kinds of trees, plants, and birds at home. The main attraction of the park is to follow the tiger during the safari. The race is held at two different times of the day. Every visit lasts for about three hours.

Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary  Bharatpur :-

The name of Keoladeo Ghana National Park was first Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. During the winter season, the sanctuary is home to a large number of migratory birds. In 1971, the park was declared a protected area and was later included in UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites list. The Ornithological reserve is an artificial wetland and an important national park in Rajasthan. Bird Sanctuary is home to 379 species of flowers, 366 bird species and many animals. The Sanctuary is one of the richest avian housing areas in the world.

Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary Kumbhalgarh :-

The Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Rajsamand District in Rajasthan. The sanctuary is one of the most famous wildlife sanctuaries of Rajasthan. Covering an area of 578 square kilometers, the shrine surrounds Kumbhalgarh Fort. Located at an altitude of 500 to 1300 meters, the sanctuary is home to a wide variety of wildlife, some of which are highly endangered species. Among the animals that inhabit the sanctuary are hares, chinkaras, four horned antelopes, nilgai, sambhars, jungle cats, hyenas, sloths, leopards, and wolves.

Mukundara Tiger Reserve Kota :-

In Kota, you should visit one of the best tiger reserves in Rajasthan. This is another national park in Rajasthan that allows you to explore the exotic wildlife of Rajasthan. The Mukundara Hills Tiger Reserve covers an area of 759 km2 and is home to 50 tigers. In the past, it was known as the Mukundara Hills National Park and was announced in 2012 as a tiger economy by the Indian government. The Mukundara Hills Tiger Reserve is honored with an astonishing natural life that includes vegetation. There are a variety of wild animals such as tiger, integrated panthers, lazy bears, wolves, and chinkaras.

Rajasthan is very Beautiful and Wonderful Place. The variety of attractions in Rajasthan makes it a dream destination for tourists. Just as you will find places of historical importance in Rajasthan, there are also places in India with a lot of natural beauty.


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