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Posted by Shiva Rathore on September 09, 2021

 

Are you planning to enjoy an exciting vacation trip? Then what’s better than going to an exotic wildlife sanctuary in Rajasthan that makes an unforgettable journey and holiday trip with near and dear ones. With plenty of wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan that has made it an oasis for innumerable species of rare birds and mammals. Right from green forests in Mount Abu to the stunning dry grasslands of the desert, wetlands of Bharatpur to lush deciduous forests of Aravalli hills, and the varied topography of Rajasthan Tour Package attracts many migratory birds.

Treat your eyes by witnessing the birds and experience the natural retreat of the wildlife sanctuary. If you are planning a wildlife getaway in 2021, then these are the top 7 wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan Wildlife Tour for spending some time in its wilderness.

Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary, Kota –

Wildlife lovers in Rajasthan can have a lot of exciting experiences and Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary gives the best experiences of excursion in nature. This wildlife sanctuary was declared as a protected reserve in the year 1955. Formerly the land was a hunting ground for the Maharajas of Kota. The sanctuary is a home of tigers, rhinos, deers, tigers, leopards, antelope, and more.

Best time to visit – October to March

Kailadevi Wildlife Sanctuary, Karauli –

The Kailadevi Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan as an excursion to the Ranthambore Tour Package. When Ranthambore was declared as a national park in 1980, the adjacent vast grasslands were converted into a sanctuary. It serves as an example among environmentalists for forest protection resolution.  

Best time to visit – September to March

Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary, Chittorgarh –

The Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary is stretched over the western border of the Vindhyachal Mountains which is spread to a total area of 15290 hectares. The Picturesque grasslands and vivid landscape of the sanctuary are a real delight for nature lovers. Spot a wide variety of wildlife species like Panthers, Jackals, Hyenas, Cheetah, Antelopes, Mongoose, and Wild Boars.

Best time to visit – October to February

Jaisamand Sanctuary, Udaipur –

The stunning and pleasant city of hills, valleys, and lakes welcomes you to one of the best wildlife places to explore in the Udaipur Tour Package. The sanctuary is located on the banks of Dhebar or Jaisamand Lake – the second largest artificial lake in Asia. The shores are covered with teak forests while the fauna is widespread like crocodiles, langurs, chital, turtle, and more.  

Best time to visit – July to August

Desert National Sanctuary, Jaisalmer –

Located close to Jaisalmer, this is another famous sanctuary of Rajasthan. Desert National Sanctuary sprawls to an area of 3162 sq kilometers or area forming the largest national parks in India. The diverse desert ecosystem is also unique and filled with birdlife. Great Indian Bustard, Kestrels, Sand grouse, Laggard Falcons, are the most common birds to see in Jaisalmer Tour Package.

Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Kumbhalgarh –

The Kumbhalgarh wildlife sanctuary is one of the best places to visit in Kumbhalgarh. It is located in the district of Rajsamand and covers an area of about 578 sq km while surrounding the borders of Kumbhalgarh Fort. The animals you will see here in the sanctuary include hares, four-horned antelopes, sambhar, nilgai, jungle cats, sloth bears, etc.

Best time to visit – October to March

Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary, Mount Abu –

Located in Aravalli Hills, Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is situated at an elevation of 300 meters to 1722 meters. This sanctuary is home to many exotic flora and fauna species. Its diverse land comprises a variety of trees, shrubs, climbers, and tuberous plants. You will find a huge variety of animals like tigers, lions, leopards, and more other fauna species on a safari tour in Mount Abu Sightseeing Tour.

Rajasthan is best known as the land of majestic forts, royal palaces, ancient temples, and many historic attractions. It remains to buzz with tourists all around the year to see its enriched beauty and these wildlife sanctuaries enthrall everyone with their rich wilderness. So, while planning a vacation in Rajasthan, make sure you take some time to enjoy a safari in any of these wildlife sanctuaries in the Rajasthan Trip Package to plan a wildlife getaway in 2021.

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