Rajasthan the Desert State of India is famous across the globe for its magnificent forts, splendid palaces, desert landscapes, colourful fairs and festivals. The geographical location of Rajasthan blessed it with number of wildlife reserves which are ideal place for wildlife lovers and nature enthusiasts. Scores of tourists from several parts of the globe come here to explore and experience the diverse collection of flora, fauna and avifauna species.
The well known wildlife sanctuaries of Rajasthan are:
Ranthambore National Park
This is among the well-known national parks of Rajasthan where tourists come to explore the diverse beauty of flora, fauna and avifauna collections. It is a popular wildlife reserve of Rajasthan spread over an area of 400 sq km amidst the Aravalli and Vindhya mountain range in Sawai Madhopur district. Previously this park was the preserved hunting ground of the erstwhile Raja and Maharaja which later became the National park in 1957. Large number of wildlife lovers and nature enthusiasts come here to explore the charm of wild animals roaming freely in their habitat. Based on the government data this park is the home of 40 types of mammals, 35 reptile's species, and 320 species of birds (including migratory ones).
Keoladeo National Park
Also known as the Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary is a paradise for bird's lovers. This park is a UNESCO World heritage site because of diverse and rare avifauna collection. Large number of tourists comes here every year to watch the vast collection of 380 resident and migrant species of birds. This national park of India is often quoted as the jewel of Indian ecology which is visited by scores of tourists from across the globe. It was once a favourite duck-hunting reserve of erstwhile Maharajas. The ecology of this national park cradles more than 350 species of birds, 35 species of butterflies and large number of flora species.
Sariska National Park
This is another most visited wildlife sanctuary of Rajasthan where wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers come in large number from across the globe. It is situated amidst the Aravalli mountain ranges in the Alwar district of Rajasthan. Sariska national park is spread over an area of 800 sq km in which tourists can find rare and exotic collection of birds, animals and plant species. The good number of tiger population of this park calls on scores of tourists to this place throughout the year. The commonly sighted wild animals of this place are wild dog, jungle cat, leopard, jackal, hyena and many more.
Rajasthan Wildlife Tour is the best way to explore the charismatic beauty of nature hidden in its diverse flora, fauna and avifauna species. Rajasthan National Parks are among the popular destinations of Rajasthan tourism which calls on good number of wildlife enthusiasts and wildlife lovers from across the globe.
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