Wildlife Tour: The Royal Way

Rajasthan is the land of royals and a trip to Rajasthan is but naturally a luxury tour. The place has such a mesmerizing effect on our hearts and souls that we start believing ourselves to be a part of its royal existence.

There is so much to see in this luxury tour: the colorful forts and palaces, the beautiful traditions and cultures, the mouthwatering food and cuisines and off course the enchanting flora and fauna. In fact, many of us get carried away with its monuments and history so much that we forget that there is one more side to its and it is the assorted and captivating wildlife of this place. This is the reason why Rajasthan is also popular for its wildlife tour other than being the royal land of Rajas and Maharajas.

Most of the luxury tour of Rajasthan takes the tourist along Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Udaipur. However, there is a lot more to Rajasthan like Sawai Madhopur, Ranthambore, Bharatpur, Sariska at Alwar etc. We often go with the crowd to explore this luxury tour and end up missing a lot in life. The above mentioned places are the abode of some of the most famous and world renowned national parks and bird sanctuaries and take the tourist to the wildlife tour of Rajasthan. You see some of the most exciting and rarest species of animals and birds here. Places like the Ranthambore National Park or the Keoladeo Ghana National Park or the Desert National Park or the Sariska Tiger Reserve are few places that should not be missed in this luxury tour of Rajasthan. They have to offer a lot to the environmentalist and animal and nature lovers.

Sawai Madhopur is quite popular with the foreign tourists who love to sleep at the lodges in Jungle and take trip of the forest early in the morning. This is the time when one can spot maximum and the rarest animals. Similarly, Sariska Tiger Reserve which has some of the rarest tigers of India, including a couple of white tigers is also very popular in wildlife tour of Rajasthan. All these reserves and…

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