Top 5 National Parks in Rajasthan to Take a Wonderful Wildlife Safari

Rajasthan is a haven for wildlife which has many national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. With the diverse topography, Rajasthan offers a broad spectrum of wildlife. The national parks have a variety of birds and animals. The royal state of India is also famous for its nature, which attracts many wildlife enthusiasts. The grassy meadows and delicious dry forests are dotted with many lakes and rivers, which make a perfect place for animals. By rugged constructed roads, you can get a thrilling experience of jeep safari, camel safari, and many other options.

National parks in Rajasthan are one of the attractions where you can enjoy wildlife with enjoying safaris. There are many national parks in Rajasthan and sanctuaries to enjoy unimaginable things. You can visit various parks such as:

1. Sariska National Park, Alwar

The Sariska National Park is one of the famous national parks in Rajasthan. This park is full of dry deciduous forests, scrub thorn, and grasses. In the area of 334 square miles, this park is offering shelter to numerous lives of flora and fauna. Royal Bengal Tigers are the main attraction of Sariska National Park. You can also see wild animals, including Rhesus monkeys, leopards, hares, wild boars, chinkara, nilgai, sambhar, golden jackals, caracal, striped hyenas, and jungle cats.

This is the first-ever relocated home of Royal Bengal Tigers in the county, which also has a significant number of species in birds. You can see birds like crested serpent eagle, Great Indian Horned Owl, tree pie, golden-backed woodpecker, sand grouse, and bush quail. You will surely enjoy the natural beauty here.

•    Opening and closing hours: 8:00 am to 6:30 pm
•    Best time to visit: October to June
•    Safari available: Jeep
•    Entry fee: Rs 75 for Indian visitors and Rs 500 for foreign visitors

Leopard
Leopards in Sariska National Park

Ranthambore Tiger
Ranthambore Tiger

2. Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur

The Ranthambore National Park is one of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan, which is also one of the largest national parks in the country. The tiger population is the most important reason to visit this Park. You can spot Tigers easily and also can see a large number of species like sloth bears, hyenas, chitals, sambars, wild boars, nilgai, and leopards. Ranthambore National Park offers sighting opportunities of these majestic animals in natural habitat.

Here you can spot several endangered wildlife species and also can enjoy Jungle Safari. This park has more than 500 species of flowering plants, which make mesmerize you and the most outstanding moment of your trip. Every park has a specific time to visit and to explore the unknowing life of nature.

•    Opening and closing hours: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm
•    Best time to visit: October to June
•    Safari available: Canter and Jeep
•    Entry fee: Rs 100 for Indian visitors and Rs 800 for foreign visitors
 

3. Desert National Park, Jaisalmer

Desert National Park
Camel in Desert National Park
Near the town of Jaisalmer, there is one of the largest national parks in the country, which is Desert National Park. It is the greatest attraction for tourists from all over the world. The major part of this Park is sand dunes, and it is an outstanding example of the desert ecosystem. In Desert National Park, you can see an impressive collection of plant and animal fossils. You can also see animals like blackbucks, chinkara, hedgehogs, desert cats, wolves, and Bengal foxes.

You can reach here conveniently by choosing any of transporting modes like by air, by train, and by road. Witness Great Indian Bustard, which is the rarest bird in India.

•    Opening and closing hours: 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
•    Best time to visit: October to February
•    Safari available: Jeep and Horse
•    Entry fee: Rs 50 for Indian visitors and Rs 300 for foreign visitors

4. Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Bharatpur

The Keoladeo Ghana National Park in Rajasthan is the most famous bird sanctuary where a large number of migratory birds come during the hibernal season. Also, it is one of the famous tourist places in Rajasthan. This place is a prime attraction of ornithologists, and it includes in the list of World Heritage Sites. Keoladeo Ghana National Park is home to migratory birds where you can see 366 bird species, 379 floral species, and many other animals.

Keoladeo Ghana National Park is the wealthiest area of avian habitation in the world, which is a paradise of a bird watcher. This park is also listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India. You can enjoy boat safari here during rainy season. Here you can also experience bicycles and rickshaw safari within park.

•    Opening and closing hours: 6:00 am to 6:00 pm
•    Best time to visit: October to February
•    Safari available: Jeep and camel
•    Entry fee: Rs 75 for Indian visitors and Rs 200 for foreign visitors

5. Mount Abu Sanctuary, Mount Abu

Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the oldest mountain ranges, and it is one of the most visited wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan. It is home to a large number of birds, wild animals, and plants. You can see 89 species of shrubs, 81 species of trees, and 17 species of tuberous plants. Bamboo forests is one of the attractions of this sanctuary. Visiting this sanctuary can make your trip more thrilling and unforgettable.

You can see many species of animals, including tigers, lions, mongoose, pangolin, bears, wild boars, langurs, lions, tigers, hedgehogs, porcupines, Indian hares, foxes, hyenas, jackals, and small Indian civets.

•    Opening and closing hours: 9:30 am to 5:30 pm
•    Best time to visit: November to February and April to June
•    Safari available: Trekking
•    Entry Fee: Rs 300 for all

These are the top 5 national parks in Rajasthan where you can take wonderful wildlife safari.