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  • Band Baretha

    Band Baretha

    Bharatpur

    Band Baretha

    Band Baretha is an old wildlife reserve of the rulers of Bharatpur, currently under the administration of the Forest Department. The construction of the dam on Kakund River was started by Maharaj Jaswant Singh in 1866 AD and completed by Maharaj Ram ...

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  • Desert National Park

    Desert National Park

    Jaisalmer

    Desert National Park

    The Desert National Park displays the best of the Thar desert’s ecosystem and its varied wildlife. The Park is formed of undulating sand dunes, jagged rocks, dense salt lake bottoms and inter-medial areas. Various species of animals such as black buc ...

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  • Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary

    Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary

    Bikaner

    Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary

    Barely 32 kilometres from Bikaner, on the Jaisalmer road, is a lush green forest which is a haven to the nilgai, chinkara, black buck, wild boar, flocks of imperial sand grouse and many other species of migratory birds that make the sprawling forest ...

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  • Kaila Devi Sanctuary

    Kaila Devi Sanctuary

    Karauli

    Kaila Devi Sanctuary

    Covered in rich and dense forests, the Kaila Devi Sanctuary begins right after the Kaila Devi Temple and extends on both the sides of the road to eventually join the Ranthambore National Park. This green reserve is home to some great natural treasure ...

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  • Keoladeo Ghana National Park

    Keoladeo Ghana National Park

    Bharatpur

    Keoladeo Ghana National Park

    Every year, thousands of migratory waterfowl birds such as green sandpiper and cranes visit the park during winter. It was created in mid 18th century as a small reservoir located 5 kilometres to the southeast of Bharatpur. The construction of the Aj ...

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  • Machiya Safari Park

    Machiya Safari Park

    Jodhpur

    Machiya Safari Park

    This park is situated on the way to Jaisalmer, about 1 kilometre from Kailana Lake. It offers a bird watching point for visitors and is also home to several animals such as deer, desert foxes, monitor lizards, blue bulls, hare, wild cats, mongoose, m ...

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  • Mukundara Tiger Reserve

    Mukundara Tiger Reserve

    Kota

    Mukundara Tiger Reserve

    The Mukundara Tiger Reserve is 50 kilometres from Kota. Tigers are often relocated here from Ranthambore Reserve. It has a core area of 417 square kilometres and a buffer zone covering 342.82 square kilometres. Other wildlife includes panther, deer, ...

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  • NAHARGARH BIOLOGICAL PARK

    NAHARGARH BIOLOGICAL PARK

    Jaipur

    NAHARGARH BIOLOGICAL PARK

    Nahargarh Biological Park, a part of the Nahargarh sanctuary is located about 12 km from Jaipur on the Jaipur-Delhi highway. It encompasses a large area of 720 hectares and is situated under the Aravalli range. The Park is famous for its vast flora a ...

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  • Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary

    Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary

    Bundi

    Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary

    Ramgarh Vishdhari Wildlife Sanctuary is located 45 kilometres from Bundi on the Bundi-Nainwa road. Covering an area of 252 sq. km., this sanctuary is home to a variety of flora and fauna. Established in 1982, it forms a buffer for Ranthambore Nationa ...

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  • Ranthambore

    Ranthambore

    Sawaimadhopur

    Ranthambore

    Situated 14 km from Sawai Madhopur, the Ranthambore Park gets its name from the Ranthambore Fort situated within its boundaries. The National Park, situated amidst the Aravalis and Vindhya ranges is spreads over an area of 392 sq.km of thick forest p ...

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  • Sariska Tiger Reserve

    Sariska Tiger Reserve

    Alwar

    Sariska Tiger Reserve

    Sariska Tiger Reserve, the first tiger reserve in the world to have successfully relocated tigers, is just 200 kilometres from Delhi and 107 kilometres from Jaipur. It was declared a sanctuary in 1955 and became a National Park in 1979.

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  • Shergarh Sanctuary

    Shergarh Sanctuary

    Baran

    Shergarh Sanctuary

    The perfect destination for nature lovers, Shergarh sanctuary is located in Shergarh village, about 65 km from Baran district. Rich in flora and fauna, Shergarh sanctuary is home to several endangered species of plants, as well as tigers, sloth bears ...

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  • Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary

    Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary

    Baran

    Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary

    Located 50 km from Kota is the Sorsan Wildlife Sanctuary. Popularly known as the Sorsan Grasslands, it is a 41 sq.km bird sanctuary which is home to scrubby vegetation, numerous water bodies and a vast variety of birds and animals. Visitors here can ...

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  • Tal Chhapar Sanctuary

    Tal Chhapar Sanctuary

    Shekhawati

    Tal Chhapar Sanctuary

    Renowned for being a safe haven black bucks and a variety of birds, this sanctuary is named after the Chhapar village. Located in the Sujangarh Tehsil of Churu, it is 210 km from Jaipur. Its open grasslands scattered with trees give it the appearance ...

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  • Van Vihar Sanctuary

    Van Vihar Sanctuary

    Dholpur

    Van Vihar Sanctuary

    One of the oldest wildlife reserves of the rulers of Dholpur, Van Vihar Sanctuary is spread over an area of about 25 sq. km over the Vindhyan Plateau. The sanctuary is characterised by a wide range of fascinating flora and fauna that grabs the touris ...

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