This unique wildlife journey, allowing visitors to explore its national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, tiger reserves, and images of roaring tigers of Ranthambore will appear in your mind as soon as you hear of a wildlife safari in Rajasthan. Let's dive into the memorable wildlife safari that provides you with joy and peace.
Out of all of those, there are 21 forest reserves in Rajasthan which the Rajasthan and Indian governments maintain. But there are some Most Famous Wildlife safari tours which we will discuss in this blog. The Top Six Destinations for exploring wildlife in the State.
The beautiful wildlife safari in Rajasthan is Ranthambore National Park. Ranthambore is one of the leading wildlife safari destinations in India and one of the biggest national parks in Rajasthan for seeing wild animals. Ranthambore park is located in the Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan.
It is an amazing choice for wildlife lovers who want to get a closer look at the Royal Bengal Tigers. This park offers you great opportunities to immerse yourself in tiger sightings, making it a dream for wildlife lovers.
A tiger safari in the dense forest is satisfying for nature lovers. This wildlife national park is known for its tiger population. The Jungle safari, Ranthambore, is home to Tigers and other interesting creatures such as leopards, sloth bears, sambar deer, spotted deer (chital), a wide variety of bird species, and plant species.
Open between mid-October and June.
Month:- October to March is the time to visit Ranthambore.
The closest airport is Jaipur International Airport:- 153 km.
and Railway station is Sawai Madhopur Junction:- 10 km.
Ranthambore Park has some of the finest and far-out resorts surrounded by forests.
Sariska National Park is the most visited national park after Ranthambore National Park. This is located in the Alwar area of Jaipur, Rajasthan. The National Park covers the land of 800 sq. km territory.
Sariska Park is the house of countless wild predators including Hyenas, Jackals, wild Cats, Leopards, and Tigers. These feed on loads of herbivorous species such as Chausingha, Sambar, Chital, and Wild Boar.
There are also small water pools inside the jungle and Sariska is a great place to see tigers. The park’s main highlight is the beautiful Aravalli Range.
Open between October to June.
The best time for travel is between October and March.
Destination:- 107 km from Jaipur and 200 km from Delhi.
The buses from Alwar to Sariska are available Daily.
The closest airport is Jaipur International Airport:- 110 km. Alwar Railway station:- 36 km.
The park offers well-appointed resorts with only the possible facilities.
Keoladeo National Park is also known as Bharatpur Sanctuary Located in Bharatpur, this must-visit wildlife attraction serves as home to around 379 floral and 366 bird species. The ideal time To see the breeding of resident birds visit the park from August to November and from October to February to view the migrant birds.
Various Bird species of native water birds, waterside birds, migratory water birds, land migratory birds, and local land species are found here.
Keoladeo Ghana National Park, known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is one of the best bird watching parks in the whole world.
Open between mid-October and June.
October to February to see the migrant birds.
The nearest airport from Bharatpur:- Agra is 56 km.
By Road:- Jaipur 176 Kms, Delhi 177 Kms, Agra 56 Kms.
and Railway station is Bharatpur Junction:- 5km.
The best facilities and luxury hotels are available in Bharatpur and you can also book at the ITDC forest lodges in Bharatpur.
Located in Rajasthan near the towns of Barmer and Jaisalmer, this is one of the largest national parks in the world, It covers 3162 sq km. The park gives you an intuition into the ecosystem of a Desert like Thar.
The main attraction of this place is you can ride on a camel and enjoy the safari ride on the dunes of the Thar Desert which is a memorable experience. A wildlife safari in Desert National Sanctuary will allow you to see various species like the chinkara, hedgehog, wolf, desert cat, Bengal fox, desert, fox, common krait, Russell’s viper, saw-scaled viper, monitor lizard, spiny-tailed lizard.
October to March is considered the best time to visit Because the summer daytime temperature is very high and usually touches around 42°C.
The closest Jodhpur Airport is 300 km away.
and Railway station is Jaisalmer Junction:- 30 km.
You should stay in Jaisalmer. There are many hotels.
The Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Aravali Ranges- and this is the Rajasthan Region’s ancient mountain range. The rich biodiversity attracts lots of travelers to Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary. The sanctuary is part of the Mount Abu mountain ranges and it gives you the best sightseeing view.
The Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary meets the different mountain heights, from 300m to 1722m at Gurashikhar- the highest peak in the Aravali Ranges. The Wildlife mountain Sanctuary is about 5-8kms longer and between 300-1722m open wide. There are many species of trees (81), shrubs (89), species of tuberous plants (17), and 28 types of climbers.
The sanctuary provides you to see sloth bears and More than 250 species of birds were found in the sanctuary.
Winter season is a great time to visit the sanctuary.
The railway station is Morthala railway station:- 18 km.
You can hire a car or a cab to reach Mount Abu Wildlife from any part of the hill station.
The nearest city is Mount Abu and you can take a hotel of differing luxury levels, near the sanctuary.