Still planning! An interaction with the nature awaits your advent. Peaceful journeys, jaunts and sojourns all can be experienced differently by integrating your trip with wildlife sightseeing.The beautiful animals, chirping birds and the natural scenic beauty all together make the trip alluring. All you need is to book a Rajasthan Wildlife Tour Package.

Well, imagining an encounter with a leopard will make you feel goose bumps but the excitement is worth the risk. Experiences at Rajasthan’s sanctuaries can be different, ranging from ‘humpy camel rides to bumpy gypsy-safari rides’. All of these enthralling experiences await your advent to the desert-state and can be experienced by a tour to Rajasthan.The moderate number of bird sanctuaries and national parks makes it a club for the ample species around world to stay here temporarily especially during winters. Hence, they have been under protection ever since from the humans wishing to settle. But, you can visit by booking a Rajasthan Wildlife tour package.

Some of the prime national parks and Bird sanctuaries of Rajasthan are:

• Keoladeo Ghana National Park
• Sariska Tiger Reserve
• Ranthambore National Park
• Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary
• Tal Chappar Wildlife sanctuary
• Mount Abu Sanctuary
• Darrah Sanctuary
• Machiya Safari park
• Desert National Sanctuary

These wildlife sanctuaries range from enclosed semi-green grasslands of Mount Abu and Darrah, kota to open and dry grasslands near Jaisalmer and Jodhpur, from the deciduous thorn forest in Alwar to the wetlands of Bharatpur. This vivid and varied geography makes these lands habitats to some animals and temporary place of stay for some migratory birds.

Ranthambore National Park:

Situated in SawaiMadhopur, Rajasthan, it is one of the largest and the most important National parks of India. This most popular sanctuary of Rajasthan was established under the name of SawaiMadhopur Game Sanctuary in the year 1955. Brought under the Project Tiger Scheme of 1973 and later declared a National Park in 1980, it is best known for the tiger populationthere. It was later merged in the adjacent sanctuaries and since then it is known as Ranthambore National Sanctuary.

The royal national animal, Tiger, can be best spotted during November and May as the lush green leaves present them amidst scenic beauty. Bound by Banas and Chambal, it is established on a plateau. The Ranthambore fort is also situated within the boundaries of the National park. It is abundant in Wildlife with species such as sloth bears, sambars, cheetals, hyenas, blue bulls (Nilgai), leopards, wild boars and tigers.

Primary attractions:

• Indian Tigers
• Get familiar with the wildlife on a jungle safari
• 500 species of flowering plants
• Finest resort in the middle of the wildlife
• Ample of species along with some endangered ones

Desert National Sanctuary:

The second largest in the country and one the most important national parks of Rajasthan, desert national park covers an area of 3162 square kms. Situated in the Thar Desert near Jaisalmer, it has an extraordinary landscape and thus, attracts tourists from all over the world.

Some of the total area that the covers, has sand dunes. Being a perfect example of the desert ecosystem, it constitutes of fix hilly dunes, salt lake bottom surfaces and rocks. Though it is a desert still it houses birdlife in abundance. The most common of them is the endangered great Indian Bustard along with kestrels, falcons, sand grouse, tawny eagles, vultures, harriers, laggar falcons and spotted eagles.

Here, at the desert national park animal fossils, more than 180 million years ago, have been recovered. To witness the outstanding collection of plant species you must visit this place during November and January. The animal species include hedgehogs, desert cats, black bucks, Bengal foxes, wolves and desert foxes.

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The best time to visit this sanctuary for tourists is from October to February. You may find Jeep safaris. While booking your Rajasthan tour packages make sure to include some of the above mentioned sanctuaries to get familiar with the nature and the wildlife in it.