Rajasthan is the land of rich culture, heritage, adventures and has capability to attract lots of tourist. Palaces, forts, monuments, desert, fairs, lakes has already enriched the Rajasthan tourism. But wildlife national park and bird sanctuary has also increased the brand value of Rajasthan tourism. It is treating for adventure seekers who are on Rajasthan tour. Photographers can have best opportunities to increase their collections. Wild life sanctuaries in Rajasthan are Ranthambore National Park, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Keoladeo Ghana National Park in Bharatpur, Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary, Sitamata Sanctuary, Tal Chappar Wildlife Sanctuary, Gajner Sanctuary, Mount Abu Sanctuary, Desert National Sanctuary, Darrah Sanctuary and Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary. Major national parks and bird sanctuary are Ranthambore national park, Sariska tiger reserve and Bharatpur bird sanctuary.
Ranthambore national park lies in the shadow of Aravalli and Vindhya mountain ranges and covers area of 400 sq km. Jungle is the habitat of carnivores such as caracal, panther jackal tiger etc and numerous herbivores. The most fascinating animal is to watch is the endangered tiger which is national animal of India.
A good network of four gravel tracks and safari in open sided jeeps driven by a ranger.
You can have cool pics of god's creativity to increase your collection while touring. India's second largest banyan tree lie in the grounds of jogi mahal banyan tree is national tree of our country. The best time to visit is between October and April.
Sariska national park situated in 107 km away from capital city of Rajasthan i.e. Jaipur. It covers 800 sq km and this park is also a combination of both carnivores and herbivores. Tiger is also is major attraction of this national park like Ranthambore. This park also contains ruined temples as well as for, pavallion and palaces. The dry deciduous forest are a perfect home to the jungle cat and the Siliserh Lake which lies at the edge of the Park is the watering holes that has preserved the natural habitat of the region, despite it being close to the desert.
The only bird sanctuary in Rajasthan is Bharatpur bird sanctuary which is a must visit for those with an interest in ornithology. It is now best known for its world heritage listed bird sanctuary, Keoladeo Ghana national park. Around 328 kinds of birds have been sighted at the sanctuary, out of which 117 migrate from Siberia and china. By building dams and diverting water by maharaja of Bharatpur from an irrigation canal, that made this low lying area into a fine wild fowl shooting preserve.
Tour of Rajasthan wildlife national parks and bird sanctuary can be a wonderful experience. Rajasthan tour is incomplete without visiting these places. Make sure you visit these attractive places to watch amazing creativity of god whenever you Tour to Rajasthan.
If you are also interested in visiting this amazing and wonderful tourist destination then you need to contact a tour operator to discuss the package they offer and select the best option as per your requirements and visit Rajasthan to enjoy the fullest.
Source by Amanda Bos