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Wildlife Safari in Rajasthan

One of the largest states in India, the royal state of Rajasthan has been blessed with varied wonderful experiences. The state has a lot to offer to its visitors. One such memorable experience is a wildlife safari in Rajasthan during which wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers can view the exotic wildlife of Rajasthan. The state has diverse vegetation- from the nearly barren or dry scrub grasslands of the desert to the semi-evergreen forests of Mt Abu, and from the wet marshes of Bharatpur to the dry deciduous thorn forests of the Aravallis

The site of rare animal species walking freely in the wilderness of mighty forts and the former private hunting grounds of the royalty is a delight. Opt for a jungle tour in Rajasthan and spot varied animal and bird species of the region. The big cats, wild boards, sambars, sloth bears, nilgai, sambars, chinkaras, and several avifauna, including the Siberian crane can be spotted in the jungles of Rajasthan.

The wildlife sanctuaries and national parks of Rajasthan prove to be excellent habitat for some of the most exotic animal species of the Indian subcontinent. These wildlife reserves are flocked by wildlife enthusiasts, nature lovers, bird watching enthusiasts and photography enthusiasts in huge numbers, every year.

Rajasthan is home to some of the best national parks in India such as Sariska national park, Ranthambore national park, Keoladeo Ghana national park, Kumbhalgarh national park, Darrah sanctuary, Mount Abu sanctuary, National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary and more. During your Rajasthan wildlife safari tour, you can opt for morning wildlife safari or evening wildlife safari. The accommodation options are varied too, including wildlife resorts, lodges and even camps.

Popular wildlife reserves: Bharatpur, Ranthambhore, and Sariska

Types of Safaris in Rajasthan: Elephant Safari, Jeep Safari, and Rickshaw ride

Best time for wildlife tours in Rajasthan: October - March

Rajasthan Cities