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Go Wild In Jungles Of Rajasthan

Aug 24, 2017

Go Wild In Jungles Of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is among one of the largest state and is rich in wildlife. Rajasthan is the ideal choice for holiday vacations which will introduce you to the diverse variety of flora and fauna. The best way to explore wildlife of Rajasthan is by taking a jungle safari. at national parks in Rajasthan. Plan a holiday in the Rajasthan Wildlife Reserves and enjoy the wildlife safari.

Ranthambore Wildlife Safari, Ranthambore : Ranthambore is one of the largest and best national park in India for Tigers. Planning a tiger safari in Ranthambore is so exciting. The Ranthambore national park is situated in sawai madhopur district which is at a distance of 130 km from Jaipur. This park is the major tourist attraction point. The park is rich in flora and fauna. Its greenery is beautiful and appealing to eyes. The ranthambore national park has jeep safari and canter safari and will have amazing views of the park including animals like deer.birds,monkeys,crocodiles etc .

Sariska National Park, Alwar: It is a tiger reserve and a national park located in the alwar district of state Rajasthan. The national park comprises of forests, landscapes, grasses and rocks. Apart from the Tiger, a variety of other animals like sambhar, nilgai, chital, langur, hyena and jungle cats are found in Sariska Tiger Reserve.

Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Bharatpur : It is also known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and is a UNESCO world heritage site. The sanctuary is home to the huge number of migrating birds and is the very famous tourist place in Rajasthan. More than 370 floral species and bird species are found in this park and it is one of the best birding areas in the world. Desert National Sanctuary, Jaisalmer : It is one of the largest and important national park in Rajasthan. Unique landscapes of the park makes it one of the greatest attractions for tourists from all over the world. The park is home to the birds like sand grouse, laggar falcons, vultures, harriers, eagles.

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