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"The wide range of wildlife in Rajasthan holds the spectator in awe. Going around the parks and sanctuaries, one realizes the skill of nature who crafted these splendid beings and endowed them the ability to live in most unfriendly environments."
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Rajasthan Wildlife

Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
Ranthambore National Park

A considerable portion of Rajasthan lies in the desert region yet this has not deterred wildlife from flourishing there. From the majestic Tigers to the elegant peacocks and extremely endangered Black Bucks - animals birds and reptiles are found there in plenty. There are quiet a numebr of wildlife species typical to the desert region found in some of parks as well.

Parks & Sanctuaries
The Desert National Park

Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary

Ranthambore National Park

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
Other Parks & Sanctuaries

Jai Samand Sanctuary

The Jai Samand Sanctuary, is an hours drive from Udaipur. It is very close to the artificial Jai Samand Lake, one of the biggest man-made lakes in the world.Best time to visit is between November and January

Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary

About 90 km from Udaipur, the Kumbhalgarh sanctuary in the Aravalli range, is adjacent to the majestic Kumbhalgarh fort.Best time to visit is October to June

Tal Chhapar Sanctuary

Located about 90 km from Churu, and 220 km from Jaipur, this sanctuary is famous for black-bucks. It is a flat saline depression, and has a unique Eco-system, which is congenial to many migratory birds. Best time to visit is September to March.

Bhensrodgarh

Close to Kota (53 km), it consists of scrub and dry deciduous forest .

Darrah

Once the hunting preserve for the royal family of Kota, this sanctuary, 50 km from Kota.

Mount Abu sanctuary

Located on the fringes of the town of the same name, this small sanctuary is thickly forested.. The slopes of the hills provide some of the state`s most interesting topography, especially since the height of this hill station keeps it cool even in the summer months.

Chambal

Just beyond Kota, along the banks of the river Chambal all the way to its confluence with the Jamuna, this is where the waters are rich with gharial crocodiles for which it is a breeding centre.

Sitamata

Just beyond Kota, along the banks of the river Chambal all the way to its confluence with the Jamuna, this is where the waters are rich with gharial crocodiles for which it is a breeding centre.

Just beyond Kota, along the banks of the river Chambal all the way to its confluence with the Jamuna, this is where the waters are rich with gharial crocodiles for which it is a breeding centre.

 

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