Wildlife Safari in India

India houses vast species of flora and fauna in its different regions that can be seen in different wildlife park and animal reserves of different provinces. The government of India provides the facility of jungle safari in the wildlife parks and reserves that help tourists understand the wildlife of India. Golden triangle tour is a famous tour itinerary that is considered perfect for those who visit India for the first time.

If you wish to explore the wildlife of Rajasthan along with Golden triangle tour then Ranthambore National park and Bharatpur bird Sanctuary are the perfect choice as these 2 wildlife reserves lies in the middle of the Golden Triangle tour route. Along with wildlife, you can also find best luxury hotels in Ranthambore and Bharatpur for stay.Tent Accommodation in Ranthambore

The Ranthambore National Park is situated approximately 155 away from Jaipur which is one of the major destinations of Golden triangle tour. This National park is famous for presence of Bengal tigers that can be spotted hunting along with small cubs and roaming in streaks.

This National park is part of arid grasslands of Rajasthan. The Padam Talao lake fulfills the water needs of the animals inside the park. This national park houses more than 539 species of Flora, 272 species of Aves, 40 species of mammals and 35 species of Reptiles can be spotted in Ranthambore National park. Travelers can also choose tent accommodation in Ranthambore for fun.Jungle Safari With Tiger at Ranthambore

The Keoladeo National park name is derived from the Keoladeo Temple of Hindu God Shiva and Ghana which means Dense in local language. This National park is well known as the Baratpur Bird Sanctuary that is a paradise for birdwatchers during winter season. Binoculars are recommended during the Jungle safari, as there are more than 380 migratory and resident Ave species including the Common, Demoiselle and the rare Siberian Cranes.

This national park also houses mammal species like Golden Jackal, Striped Hyaena, Fishing Cat, Jungle Cat, Nilgai, Sambar, Blackbuck and wild Boar. During winter season, travelers can also spot large Indian Pythons which is very rare and dangerous specie of serpents.  

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