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Rajasthan Wild Life

India is home to many National parks and Wildlife sanctuaries with huge diversity of its wildlife and much of its unique fauna. No region can compete with India in terms of culture, climate, vegetation and wildlife. As Rajasthan is famous for its heritage sites because of the pictorial ruins that dot the wildlife park. It’s a safe haven for a wild and colourful range of wild animals. Enjoy loads of adventures with Rajasthan wildlife.

The biggest and most renowned one is the Ranthambore National Park which lies in the district of Sawai Madhopur 130 km from Jaipur. Ranthambore national park is spread over 392sq km along with nearby sanctuaries like Mansingh and the Kalila Devi sanctuary. The park is majorly famous for its Tiger reserves. Being at this park the tigers can be spotted during the day time busy at their ordinary quest- hunting or taking proper care of their young ones. Being to Ranthambore is a treat for every wildlife and nature lover. It used to be the major hunting grounds for maharajas in early days. The scenery of Rajasthan generally varies from the wilderness, solid scrub-thorn wood, rocks and very solid green woodlands. With each of these huge parts is a beautiful home for a big diversity of amazing endangered beasts and bird life. It’s the home of carnivorous animals such as panther, hyena, jackal and caracal, plentiful types of deer, and a rich diversity of resident and traveling birds. The park uniqueness lies in the manmade lakes and artificial reservoirs which have merged into the natural system. An open jeep safari affords a glimpse of spectacular ruins of mosque, tombs and palaces scattered within the park. Ranthambore is undoubtedly the best place to observe tigers in wild during the month starting from October to June. With incredible Jodhpur you can get quick guide for the places to visit by any means for a comfortable journey.

The other wildlife sanctuaries that can be visited in Rajasthan are Sariska National Park, the Bird sanctuary of Bharatpur, Kumbhalgarh wildlife sanctuary and Jaisamand sanctuary. All of these sanctuaries are famous for its wide verities of species of flora and fauna. The Sariska National Park is 107 km from Jaipur which is not that commercialised and has less tigers but have a similar topography like of Ranthambore. Another well-known Keoladeo Ghana Park is situated in Bharatpur famous for its Birds. The park spreads over 29 sq km of wetlands which attracts variety of migrants and water birds that fly in each winter from places such as Siberia. To view birds, August to October are the peak months for breeding and October to late February for wintering migrants. However, whatever time of the year you go, there will always be interesting birds to see.