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Wildlife in Rajasthan

India has diversified landforms. Rajasthan has unique topography of its own having a gleaming desert to abundant forests, rugged rocky terrains of the Aravalis and the fresh water wetlands offering excellent environmental conditions for the survival and growth of a varied wildlife. Apart from colorful traditions and customs, Rajasthan is the home to many bewildering forms of flora and fauna. You can go on Rajasthan tour to be at face to face with many unique and beautiful wildlife species. Explore the wild jungles and forests of Rajasthan on Wildlife Tours in Rajasthan.  There are many famous wildlife national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan. Discover wild creatures and explore nature tracts inhabited by rare birds on Wildlife Tours in Rajasthan. Hold your breath when you see a royal tiger prowling in jungle, elephants trampling their way through the tall grass or exotic birds chirping.

Although there are several national parks and sanctures in Rajasthan but prominent ones are Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, Ranthambore National Park, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Desert National Park, Darrah Wildlife Sanctury, and Mount Abu Sanctuary. At Ranthambore National Park and Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, you can spot tigers for which these parks are famous. Keoladeo Ghana National Park or Bharatpur bird sanctuary is renowned park as the nesting ground of hundreds of varieties of birds. Besides, it houses several small wildlife sanctuaries and eco-tourism parks (special area marked as wildlife reserves.

You can surely admire the diversity in wildlife offered by the nature at wildlife tours in Rajasthan. Tigers, panthers, sambar, Chinkara, bison, Black bucks, the rare desert fox, antelopes, deer, wild boars, monitor lizards, the endangered caracal and many more can be spotted at wild life tours to Rajasthan. A great variety of migratory birds including rare Siberian cranes, flock to Rajasthan during winters. Desert National Park teeming great variety of including chinkara, hare, desert fox, black buck, wolf, and desert cats. Mount Abu is the sanctuary located in Mount and is spread over the gorgeous Aravalli range of mountains.