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Top 4 Wildlife National Parks/sanctuary in Rajasthan

By Indiawildlife

Rajasthan is not only famous for its cultures, traditions, historical forts and palaces, fairs and festivals, traditional clothing, traditional jewellery, and various other things, the biodiversity is also rich in the varied range of species of flora and fauna. Rajasthan draws a major attraction of history lovers, cultural and traditional lovers and wildlife lovers. Planning a Rajasthan Wildlife Trip is more adventurous than others, so if you are planning something for this weekend, the best option would be a wildlife tour. Rajasthan is dotted with numerous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks which calls you for an amazing experience of wildlife.

Let’s take a look at what are the most highlighted wildlife reserves are there in Rajasthan-

Top 4 wildlife National Parks/sanctuary in Rajasthan are

Sariska National Park 

The Sariska National Park is located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan which is rich in the varied species of flora and fauna. In the year 1978, the reserve was declared as a tiger reserve as it is blessed with the numerous Bengal Tigers in the reserve. The National Park was the first wildlife reserve which successfully reformed and repositions the Royal Bengal Tigers which later departed.

The dense dry forest, hilly cliffs, grasses, rocky landscapes of Sariska National Park make it look most attractive ones. While exploring the national park you can easily spot Jungle Cats, Leopards, Golden Jackal, Striped Hyenas, Chinkara, Nilgai, and many other wildlife species. Apart from this, you can also capture the most alluring beautiful birds chirping in the national park.

Top 4 Wildlife National Parks/sanctuary in Rajasthan

Best time to visit- The best time to visit the National Park is during the winter season in the month of October to June.

Ranthambore National Park 

Ranthambore National Park is situated in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan which is the largest wildlife reserve in Rajasthan. It is also known as the tiger reserve which is famous for its Royal Bengal Tigers. The National park is one of the best places in India to spot wildlife species in their natural habitat.

You can easily spot tigers in the National Park while experiencing the wildlife safari/jungle safari in the reserve. Ranthambore National Park Safari leads you to witness some other then tigers, you can also spot Indian leopard, wild boar, striped hyenas, southern plain gray languar, mugger crocodiles, etc are also included in the wildlife reserve. The dense green forest of the reserve includes the largest number of banyan trees and many other.

Top 4 Wildlife National Parks/sanctuary in Rajasthan

Best time to visit- The best time to visit this Ranthambore National Park is from November to May.

Desert National Park

Desert National Park is located in the Jaisalmer District of Rajasthan, which is one of the largest and the most famous national parks in India. Jaisalmer is a deserted land of Sam Sand Dunes, the 20% of the national park is widely covered with the desert. Regardless of the beautiful landscape, the reserve is also rich in its birdlife.

The most common birds you can easily capture in this wildlife reserve are falcons, vultures, spotted eagles, sand grouse, tawny eagles, etc. Other attraction of this National Park is the endangered Great Indian Bustard.

Best Time to visit- November to January is the most suitable time to visit the national park.

Mount Abu wildlife sanctuary

The wildlife sanctuary is situated in the Aravali ranges, which contain a wide variety of species of flora and fauna. The sanctuary contains the 112 plants variety, with 449 genera and 820 species. A huge variety of orchids can be found only in Mount Abu wildlife sanctuary. In the fauna, animal species you can find Indian Fox, Wild Boar Sloth Bear, Pangolin, Common Mongoose, Indian hare Porcupine, Hedgehog, Common Langur, etc.

Best time to Visit- The best time to visit the Wildlife Sanctuary is from April to June and November to February.  

So, plan your Rajasthan Wildlife Vacations now and enjoy the have a pleasure in the most famous wildlife reserves in Rajasthan.

Top 4 Wildlife National Parks/sanctuary in Rajasthan

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