10 Best Offbeat Wildlife Places In Rajasthan

Are you looking to plan an exciting vacation? Then the exotic wildlife of Rajasthan calls you for an unforgettable journey and holiday experience. There are a plethora of wildlife places in Rajasthan that has made it an oasis to innumerable species of rare birds and mammals. From semi-green forests in Mount Abu to the beautiful dry grasslands of the desert, from wetlands of Bharatpur to deciduous forests of Aravali, the varied topography attracts many migratory birds. Keep your eyes wide open to witness birds like Peacocks, Grey, Red Spur Owls, White Breasted Kingfisher, Golden Oriole, and Bulbul. If you wish to go closer to nature, visit these sanctuaries in Rajasthan Tour Package today.

Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary, Kota –

For wildlife lovers, Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary is a perfect place to go for an excursion in nature. The wildlife sanctuary was declared a protected reserve in 1955. The sanctuary rests as a hunting ground for the Maharajas of Kota. Spot an uncountable number of tigers, rhinos, and deers in the widespread forest area.

Best time to visit: October to March

Kailadevi Wildlife Sanctuary, Karauli –

The Kailadevi Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan and an extension to Jaipur Ranthambore Tour. When Ranthambore was declared as a national park in 1980, this adjacent vast grasslands were by default converted into sanctuaries that they are present today. The sanctuary has dry deciduous vegetation throughout except those near the Chambal ravines.

Best time to visit: September to March

Ramgarh Vishdhari Wildlife Sanctuary, Bundi –

The Ramgarh Vishdhari Wildlife Sanctuary is located just 15 kilometers from Bundi and is home to a variety of flora and fauna.The sanctuary acts as a buffer zone for the Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary. It houses many wild predators including tigers, hyenas, antelopes, wild boars, and panthers. To visit the sanctuary, you need to take a special permission from the forest department.

Best time to visit: September to May

Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary, Chittorgarh –

The Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary is stretched over the western border of Vindhyachal mountains covering an area of 15290 hectares. The lush grasslands and  vivid landscape of the sanctuary tempts nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. You can see a variety of wildlife including panthers, hyenas, antelopes, mongoose, and wild boars.

Best time to visit: October to February

Jaisamand Sanctuary, Udaipur –

The mesmerizing city of hills, lakes, and valleys – Udaipur welcomes you to get immersed in a cultural lifestyle. Instead, travelers can have an option to catch glimpses of the rich wildlife in Jaisamand Sanctuary. It is located on the banks of Dhebar or Jaisamand Lake which is the second-largest artificial lake in Asia and also a major tourist attraction in Udaipur Sightseeing.

Best time to visit: July and August

Desert National Park, Jaisalmer –

Located close to Jaisalmer, Desert National Park spreads across 3162 sq kilometers of area. The national park forms the largest desert national park in India. It provides an ultimate instance of the brilliant desert ecosystem. Despite its landscape, the sanctuary is filled with birdlife, so you can spot many exotic bird species on a Jaisalmer Desert Safari Tour.

Best time to visit: October to mid-March

Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary, Bikaner –

When planning a Bikaner tour package, travelers must not miss exploring Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary. Witness the vivid shades of flora and fauna in the form of Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary which is one of the famous places to visit in Bikaner. The sanctuary attracts many nature lovers who want to explore the desert wildlife like blackbuck, wildfowl, antelopes, nilgai, deer, etc.

Best time to visit: November to February

Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Kumbhalgarh –

The Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is one the most popular wildlife attractions in Rajasthan which is located in the Rajsamand District of Rajasthan. The sanctuary covers an area of about 578 sq km while sharing its borders with Kumbhalgarh Fort. You will find a wide variety of animals, out of which many of them are endangered species. Absorb yourself in the tranquil surroundings of the sanctuary.

Best time to visit: October to March

Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary, Mount Abu –

Snuggled in the Aravalli Hills, the Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is widely popular in Rajasthan. It is located at an elevation of 300 meters to 1722 meters. The sanctuary houses a wide stretch of trees and plants. When it comes to going on a tour of Mount Abu Sightseeing Taxi, this is a must-visit place where you can see some amazing orchid species in the sanctuary.

Best time to visit: October to March

Tal Chhapar Sanctuary, Bikaner –

Surprise yourself with grasslands in the heart of the Thar by paying a visit to Tal Chhapar Sanctuary. Located in the Shekhawati region of Churu District, the sanctuary is an important wildlife destination to visit the endangered blackbuck. Experience its rich biodiversity where you can also spot many animal species like desert cats, chinkara, etc. It is the best place to go on a weekend trip from Jaipur Outstation Taxi.

Best time to visit – November to February

Rajasthan is best known as the land of kings and is popular for its rich history or heritage culture. It remains to buzz with tourists all around the year which is also an ideal place for both history and wildlife lovers. If you are planning a Rajasthan Tour for wildlife expeditions, then winters are the best time to go. So, while you are planning a holiday trip to Rajasthan, make sure you enjoy some time away from the hustle-bustle of city life to enjoy the calmness of wildlife.

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