Wildlife In Rajasthan - Rajasthan Tourism
Rajasthan is a state of royals. With that, it also has wildlife beauty in it. Some popular wildlife sanctuary in Rajasthan is Band Baretha, Desert National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Kaila Dev Sanctuary, Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Machia Safari Park, Tal Chappar Wildlife Sanctuary, Gajner Sanctuary, etc.
Band Baretha, Bharatpur: - Band Baretha is an old wildlife reserve of rulers of Bharatpur, now there administration is coming under the forest department. With that, the Dam which is situated in this reserve is built by Maharaja Jaswant Singh.
Desert National Park, Jaisalmer: - This park shows you best of Thar desert ecosystem and its various wildlife. This park is built on sand dunes, jagged rocks, dense salt bottoms and intermedial area. Here you found various species of animals.
Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary, Bikaner: - This sanctuary is situated in Bikaner on Jaisalmer road which is full of green forest. Here you found various species of animals like nilgai, chinkara, black buck, wild boar, flocks of imperial sand grouse and many more.
Kaila Devi Sanctuary, Karauli: - This sanctuary is covered with rich and dense forests. This temple is begun after Kaila Devi temple and spread on both sides of the road which joins Ranthambore National Park. Here you also found some amazing species of animals.
Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Bharatpur: - During winter this place is the best wildlife sanctuary because at that time you found lots of migratory waterfowl birds like as green sandpiper and cranes. This national park was built in the 18th century, which is situated in the southeast of Bharatpur.
Machiya Safari Park, Jodhpur: - This park is situated near kailana Lake. Here you enjoy bird watching point for visitors and also a home of various species of animals like deer, desert foxes, monitor lizards, blue bulls, hare, wild cats, mongoose, etc.
Mukundara Tiger Reserve, Kota: - This reserve is situated in Kota. Tigers are relocated here from Ranthambore reserve. Here you found some amazing species of animals like deer, panther, tigers, etc.
Nahargarh Biological Park, Jaipur: - Nahargarh Biological Park is a part of the Nahargarh sanctuary. This park is situated on Aravali range in Jaipur, Rajasthan. This park is popular for its high range of flora and fauna species.
Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary, Bundi: - This sanctuary is the home of various flora and fauna species. This sanctuary was built in 1982, it forms a buffer for Ranthambore National Park.
Ranthambore National Park, Sawaimadhopur: - Ranthambore National Park is one of the best wildlife sanctuaries in India. This park its name from the Ranthambore fort which is situated within its boundaries. This park is situated on the aravalis and Vindhya range.
Sariska Tiger Reserve, Alwar: - Sariska Tiger Reserve is first tiger reserve in the world which is successfully relocated in tigers. It is declared as a sanctuary in 1955 and them became a National Park in 1979.
Shergarh Sanctuary, Baran: - This place is the best destination for nature lovers. This sanctuary is situated in Shergarh village. This sanctuary has a rich flora and fauna and also reserve some endangered species of plants and tigers also.
Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary, Baran: - Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary, it is also known as Sorsan Grasslands. Here you show the vast variety of birds and animals.
Tal Chhapar Sanctuary, Shekhawati: - This sanctuary is known as black bucks and various species of birds. The name of this sanctuary is coming after the name of Chhapar village.
Van Vihar Sanctuary, Dholpur: - Van Vihar Sanctuary is one of the oldest wildlife reserves of the rulers of Dholpur. This sanctuary is situated in the area of about 25 s.q. on Vindhyan Plateau.
India's Jawai Leopard Hills - Jawai - India's Leopard Hills in Rajasthan. Ejoy the Jawai Leopard Camp and Sanctuary. Jeep safari at Jawai wildlfie sanctuary and photography at Pali district of Rajasthan.