Being a crown jewel of Indian tourism, Rajasthan has more than 25 sanctuaries that span 5380 sq km. These guarded reserves help to protect Alwar’s wildlife and conserve the rich biodiversity of the state.
Go on a gipsy safari at Sariska Tiger Reserve
Sariska Tiger Reserve is a pristine piece of land tucked away in the Aravali Hills. Covering an area of 800 square kilometres of grasslands, dry deciduous forests, and rocky landscapes, the place tops the list of wilderness. Built in 1982, this is a protected wildlife sanctuary in Rajasthan. It is one of the best places to spot tigers in their natural habitat. Additionally, the park has a diverse population of fauna including leopards, Nilgais, and hyenas along with more than 200 bird species in the area. Set the wild soul inside you free, hop on an open gipsy safari and drive into the forest!
Jump into a hot-air balloon ride at Ranthambore National Park
Ranthambore National Park is one of the biggest and most popular national parks in North India. History says the place used to be a hunting ground for the British. Tiger groupings are one of the frequent sightings here. The dense vegetation provides an immaculate territory for the tiger to stealthily hunt for its prey. If you are bored on the ground then this park should definitely be on your list. The park has private hot-air balloon rides that offer a stunning aerial view of the whole national park.
Explore the wild roses at Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary
If you are an anthophile, then this park will be a piece of heaven for you. The sanctuary is home to a vast variety of vibrant blossoms that blooms in different seasons. You can observe an abundance of flora and fauna in the region. This is the only wildlife sanctuary in Rajasthan where you get to see exotic wild roses. Additionally, several orchids growing in the park make it a sight to behold. During winter, there are several treks in the area that will take you right into the heart of the wilderness. It is a must-visit Rajasthan’s national park and wildlife sanctuary.
Explore the Desert National Park
Desert National Park is one of the nation's largest national parks, covering more than 3164 square kilometres. Just 40 km from Jaisalmer and close to the Indo-Pak border, the national park is home to several species of vultures, harriers and more than 120 migratory birds. This wildlife sanctuary in Rajasthan is one of the few that has more than 40 species of reptiles. If you are a history buff, then you should know that more than 200-year-old fossils have been discovered inside this park!