Wildlife Tour Packages
Wildlife Tour is a special journey for those who want to
feel real nature. During rainy days, the tourists come to visit
Rajasthan across the world every year but most of them go for wildlife
tours as the many places located around the hilly and forest areas such
as Jaipur, Ranthambore, Sariska, Bharatpur, etc. We introduced a
complete wildlife tour journey in Rajasthan state in a very simple way.
Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary Bharatpur
The Keoladeo Ghana National Park was formerly known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. The sanctuary is home to a large number of migratory birds during the hibernal season. In 1971, the park was declared a protected zone and was later included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. The bird sanctuary is a man-made wetland and an important national park in Rajasthan. The bird sanctuary is home to 379 floral species, 366 bird species, and several animals. The sanctuary is one of the richest areas of avian habitation in the world. The sanctuary came into existence about 250 years ago and is named after the Keoladeo Temple situated within its premises. The Keoladeo Ghana National Park is one of the best birding areas in the world and receives as many as 1,00,000 visitors every year.
Sariska National Park Alwar
The Sariska Tiger Reserve is situated in the Alwar district in the state of Rajasthan and is one of the important national parks in Rajasthan. It was the hunting grounds of the State of Alwar. The sanctuary was declared as a Wildlife Reserve in 1955 and was brought under the Project Tiger scheme in 1978. The most attractive feature of the Sariska Tiger Reserve is its population of Royal Bengal Tigers. It is home to a large number of wild animals including Rhesus monkeys, Hanuman langurs, hares, wild boars, chousingha, or the four-horned antelope, chinkara, nilgai, sambhar, golden jackals, striped hyenas, caracal, jungle cats, and leopards. The park is spread over 866 square kilometers. The Sariska Tiger Sanctuary is also the first-ever Tiger Reserve in the country where tiger relocation and rehabilitation have been carried out successfully.
Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary Kumbhalgarh
The Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan. The sanctuary is one of the most famous wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan. Sprawling over an area of 578 sq km, the sanctuary surrounds the Kumbhalgarh Fort Situated at an elevation of 500 to 1300 meters, the sanctuary is home to a large variety of wildlife, some of which are highly endangered species. Some of the animals that inhabit the sanctuary include hares, chinkaras, four-horned antelopes, nilgai, sambhar, jungle cats, hyenas, sloth bears, leopards, and wolves. The sanctuary also abounds in birdlife and some of the birds that can be easily spotted here include grey jungle fowl, peacocks, doves, white-breasted kingfisher, bulbuls, pigeons, golden oriole, and parakeets. The natural grandeur of Kumbhalgarh is the most attractive feature of the sanctuary. Its scenic beauty attracts tourists and travelers from all over the country and the world. Visitors can enjoy foot tracking and horse safaris in the sanctuary, arranged by local tour operators.
Darrah Sanctuary Kota
Darrah National Park is one of the most popular national parks in Rajasthan. It was established in 2004 and comprises three wildlife sanctuaries namely, the Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary, the Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary, and the Jaswant Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary. The national park has large stretches of forests that were formerly part of the Maharaja of Kota’s hunting grounds. The sanctuary was officially declared a protected zone in 1955. It is home to a number of species including the wild boar, deer, nilgai, cheetah, and wolves. There is a very beautiful fort also within the premises of the sanctuary. The Jenana Khana of the fort is worth visiting because of its architectural beauty. The Sun Temple in Jharipatan is another destination worth visiting during a trip to Darrah National Park.