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Rajasthan, India

Rajasthan is a state in northern India. The state covers an area of 342,239 square kilometres or 10.4 percent of the total geographical area of India. It is the largest Indian state by area and the seventh largest by population. Some famous national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan include Ranthambore National Park, Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Sitamata Sanctuary, Keoladeo Ghana National Par, Gajner Sanctuary, Tal Chappar Wildlife Sanctuary, Mount Abu Sanctuary, Darrah Sanctuary and Desert National Park.




Rajasthan, state of India, located in the northwestern part of the subcontinent. It is bounded to the north and northeast by the states of Punjab and Haryana, to the east and southeast by the states of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, to the southwest by the state of Gujarat, and to the west and northwest by Pakistan.


Locals and travel experts recommend the period between the months of November to February as the best time to visit Rajasthan. Summers are scorching whereas during winters, temperature come down to the bottom of the mercury level.


Rajasthan is home to a great number of wildlife in India. Some of the most famous wildlife sanctuaries worth checking out are Desert National Sanctuary, Jaisalmer, Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, where visitors can enjoy foot tracking and horse safaris, and National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary, Kota.


  • 32°C to 46°C

    (April to June)

  • 18°C to 20°C

    (October to November)

  • 10°C to -2°C

    (December to March)

Popular Wildlife Of Rajasthan

Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park is one of the biggest and the most well-known national stops in Northern India. It's the ideal equivalent word for the wildlife tourism in Rajasthan. This park is situated in a strategic place in Ranthambore where it's only 180 km far from Jaipur and 110 km from Kota

Rajasthan Wildlife Information

"Quick Facts about Wildlife Tourism in Rajasthan"

No of National Parks5
No of Tiger Reserve6
No of Wildlife Sanctuaries25
Forest Area32,737 square km
Protected Forest Area32,737 sq km
  • This majestic fort is the milestone of Ranthambore National Park. It is perceived by UNESCO World Heritage Site called ‘Hill Forts of Rajasthan’. The manor is based upon a 700 ft high hill and is one of the real attractions in Ranthambore National Park.
  • The current population of tigers in Rajasthan is 85, including 70 in Ranthambhore, 14 in Sariska, and 1 in Mukundara Hills (the recently translocated tiger).
  • Sariska Tiger Reserve is a tiger reserve in Alwar district, Rajasthan, India. It stretches over an ... As of October 2018, there are 18 tigers including five cubs.

Reserve and National Parks in Rajasthan

Rajasthan the tiger state is undoubtedly the best places to spot tigers. Yes, it right.

Ranthambore National ParkSawai Madhopur
Sariska National ParkAlwar
Mukundara Tiger ReserveKota
Keoladeo National ParkBharatpur
Jhalana Safari ParkMalviya Nagar, Jaipur
Desert National ParkMyajlar Road, Jaisalmer