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April 13, 2016
Rajasthan, a term when someone speaks of we get ideas like
Amber fort and other royal castles. But not many know that Rajasthan also has a strong wildlife tourism which the state offers by its National Parks, State Zoo's and safari tours (elephant)
So today we (me and my friends from Chetarm Voyages who assist travelers in
exploring Rajasthan with their tour packages) share some amazing destinations which a wildlife lover would love to see.
1. Ranthambore National Park tour
Open all year except the rainy days,
Ranthambore national park is a heaven for wildlife travelers to explore the forest which has largest tiger population in India, Leopards, Nilgai, Sambar deer, Chinkara, Jackals, Black bucks and more more.
The national park very well connected with popular urban cities like New Delhi (a 4 hour train ride), Jaipur (a 2-3 hour train ride), Kota, Agra etc. As we can tell by experience that travelers who buytour
packages to visit Jaipur from us are also interested to visit Ranthambore as they just require one extra day.
Ranthambore National Park also has some other tourist attractions like the Ranthambore Fort which got famous after a few documentaries done by Discovery channel and there also also some local famous temples of Ganpathi where one can visit for god’s blessing.
2. Desert National Park of Thar
Thar or thar desert is 18th largest oasis if the world and it comes in both Rajasthan (India) and Pakistan side. But the one in India has develop a unique national park which is a dry desert area but surprisingly contains vast variety of
birds and fossils of dinosaurs dates almost 6 million years.
The Thar Desert National Park comes in Jaisalmer district which currently is a hot tourist destination (Hot weather and hot as per tourist numbers). The city of Jaisalmer offers such un-touched heritage like old havelies, massive forts that travelers love to
explore Jaisalmer. We know as because as per our number 60% of people planning to visit Rajasthan wants to look at thedetails of our Jaisalmer holiday tour package.
3. Other National Parks of Rajasthan.
So of the major parks have been discussed but still Rajasthan has many other parks like -
- Sariska National Park, Alwar
- Sita Mata Sanctuary, Pratapgarh
- Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary , Bharatpur
- Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary, Karauli
- Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Kumbhalgarh
- National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary, Kota
- Darrah Sanctuary, Kota
- Mount Abu Sanctuary, Mount Abu
Making a total of 10 wildlife national Parks in Rajasthan. And the best time to explore these attractions in September to March as they weather is quite calm in these months.
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