Planning to travel on an adventure tour is a blend of different emotions which includes fun, fear, excitement and many more things. You hardly get time to enjoy and experience such emotions, so whenever the load work is over you and you want a break; it becomes must to plan for an adventurous tour as it is filled with numerous experiences such as jungle safari, sightseeing, spotting various endangered species and rich flora and fauna. So what else you are in need of except kicking off all work pressure aside and exploring the rich beauty. So, plan for the wonderful adventure tour at widely popular land of kings i.e. Rajasthan. Rajasthan has a number of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks where travellers can visit and enjoy their journey breathtakingly. Some of the best places where travellers can visit to get some adventurous experiences in their life are as follows:

Ranthambore National Park

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Located in between the Aravalli and Vindhya mountain ranges and spread over in an area of 275 sq km (106 sq miles). It invites travellers from all over the world and enables them to explore a number of wild animals and spot the habitat of carnivores such as the caracal, hyena, panther, deep boulder-filled gorges, jackal, razor-sharp ridges, and numerous species of deer and rich variety of migratory birds. The experience of exploring these animals in between the rich forests of Ranthambore is quite enjoyable. So travellers can visit this National park during October to June and can enjoy activities like tiger safari. Though it is dangerous a bit, but quite adventurous as well.

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Sariska National Park

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Formerly the National Park was the private hunting ground of the princely state Alwar and in the year 1979 it is designated as a Tiger Reserve under Project Tiger. Once the tiger population at Sariska was approx. 20 and 30, but now nobody can spot any one of them as it is believed that not a single tiger survived in the reserve. But, still the rest of the attractions of National park don’t lose its charm and still it invites travellers across the world. Travellers can spot other wildlife of the national park and enjoy thoroughly. The best time to visit the national park is in between November to March. The experience of Sariska national park is quite enjoyable.

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Bharatpur National Park

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Bharatpur is one of the popular wildlife places where travellers can spot the beautiful birds of the world. It is spread over an area of over 29 sq km (11 sq miles) of wetlands. Tourists can also spot the water birds here that can fly from places like Siberia. The beauty of this national park is just awesome. It is the UNESCO world heritage site and widely popular for its duck reserve. The perfect settlement of the national park attracts a wide variety of migrant from everywhere and enables them to make it their home due to mixed deciduous and scrub vegetation. While exploring the national park, travellers can also spot many animals including Nilgai. Travellers can visit here in between August to October and can have immense fun.

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Desert National Park

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This national park is spread over 3,162 sq km (1,221 sq miles) along with the scrub and sandy wasteland so it attracts travellers from all over India and compels them to explore rich wildlife. This national park is famous for its great Indian bustard (Choriotis nigriceps), a large bird with a height of 1.2 m (4 ft). Only thousands of birds are remaining now. Some other wildlife that travellers can spot here are sand grouse, desert fox, species of falcon and vulture and chinkara. The best time to visit this place is October to February and woollen clothes are recommended to the travellers. During the visit, travellers can also enjoy jeep safari.

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Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

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Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is located nearby the west of the fort and Aravalli hills and spread over an area of 578 sq km (223 sq miles). While exploring the wildlife sanctuary, travellers can spot flying squirrel, wolf, panther and many bird species. This wildlife sanctuary is the home to leopards, chausinghas (four-horned antelopes), panthers and sloth bears. Travellers can enjoy the visit during December and March. Tourists can also enjoy jeep safari and trekking along with other sightseeing. On this tour, tourists can experience a number of exciting things. So it is a must visit place.

Each of these national parks is quite attractive and travellers will surely experience the adventurous activities that will add more fun in their journey. Wildlife tour of Rajasthan is one of the best experiences that travellers can enjoy. So, don’t miss the chance of booking the tour to Rajasthan wildlife sanctuaries.

Exhilarating Trip to Rajasthan’s National Parks

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