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Rajasthan is a land that houses every type of tourist attraction. Be it heritage monuments, colourful festivals, luxury stay or simply wildlife, Rajasthan has everything in store. This princely state is a land of amazing wildlife. Blessed with a rich topography that supports varied wildlife, it encompasses some endangered species.

Read on to know what you can explore on your Rajasthan wildlife tour.

Ranthambore National Park
Nestled amidst the lush green surroundings of Aravali and Vindhya mountain ranges, Ranthambore National Park positions itself in Sawai Madhopur. It is a must visit destination on your Rajasthan wildlife travel. Sprawled across 400 sq km, the park was established as Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary in 1955 and then it was declared as a Tiger Reserve in 1973. Finally it got the title of National Park in 1980. Today, this wildlife park is home to different endangered species of animals and plants. On your trip to Ranthambore National Park, travellers can enjoy jeep safaris and elephant rides. It offers them the opportunity to spot the wild animal moving freely in their natural habitat. Other interesting places to visit are Jogi Mahal and Raj Bagh.

Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Rajasthan wildlife includes Keoladeo Ghana National Park. Previously known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, the park is famous bird sanctuary in India. Keoladeo National Park positions itself in Bharatpur city in Rajasthan. It is home to a variety of avifaunal species that include resident as well as migratory birds. This bird sanctuary beckons bird watchers from all across the world. In winters, tourists can spot here different species of migratory birds encompassing Siberian cranes.

Sariska National Park
Situated in Alwar district, Sariska is a famous tiger reserve in Rajasthan. It provides shelter to rich flora and fauna. Exploring the forest of Sariska will offer you a rich experience of wildlife tours in Rajasthan. Commonly spotted animals in the park include leopards, golden jackals, sambar, nilgai, spotted deer, striped hyena, Indian porcupine and foxes. Sariska National Park Alwar is a wonderful place for birds and houses a large population of Indian peafowl.

Desert National Park
Wildlife lovers can avail different wildlife tour packages of Rajasthan that take them to the famous wildlife destination in the state. Stretching across an area of 3000 sq km, the Desert National Park includes undulating sand dunes, bottoms, rough rocks and wood fossils. Some of the enchanting wildlife species found here include names like chinkara, black buck, desert wolf and desert cat.

Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary
This famous wildlife destination of Rajasthan is home to a variety of flora and fauna. Besides spotting the wild animals, wildlife-lovers can treat themselves with the pleasing views of orchids. If you wish to visit the sanctuary, then go between the months of October to February.
Rajasthan Wildlife Tour takes you on a world of wilderness where you can sight rare species of animals and birds. Located in Alwar, Sariska National Park is a must visit wildlife destination in the state.

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