Friday, 29 July 2016

Rajasthan wildlife Tour & Tourist Attractions in Rajasthan

Rajasthan, known for its rich culture and tradition of great hospitality, is the largest state of India and boasts countless tourist attractions. In fact, the state is a complete holiday package that is chained in forts, palaces, temples, monuments, deserts, hill station, mountain ranges, wildlife sanctuaries, tiger reserves and national parks. During your traveling in Rajasthan, there will be hardly anything more that you can want. This is the most vibrant and colorful state of India and deserves the attention of travelers from all over the world not only for diverse landscapes and various places of tourist interest but also for its rich culture, tradition, custom, history, and rituals. Be sure that your tours to Rajasthan in India will never disappoint you.

Rajasthan Tours to India reveals the rich history and culture of this historical state. The state is the land of monuments. In whatever part of the state you will travel you will several timeless & magnificent monuments which reverberate with the sprits of bygone era. When you will visit its magnificent monuments like forts, palaces, havelis, temples, etc you will surely get satisfied with their royal grandeur. These monuments provide you wonderful opportunity to see the wonderful amalgam of Muslim, Hindu and Jain architectural features.

Mehrangarh Fort of Jodhpur, Junagarh Fort of Bikaner, City Palace of Jaipur & Udaipur, Amber Fort Palace of Jaipur, Lake Palace of Udaipur, Jal Mahal of Jaipur, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Samode Palace of Jaipur, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Lalgarh Palace of Bikaner, etc are among the most preferred attractions of Rajasthan Tour Packages. Some of forts & palaces of the state now have turned into grand heritage hotels which are equipped with world class amenities but maintaining their old-age charm. Residing in these heritage hotels provides you wonderful opportunity to spend your Rajasthan holidays in luxurious way and like a king or a queen.

Apart from magnificent, you will also have opportunity to enjoy several other tourist attractions on your Rajasthan tours. There is the vast Thar Desert in this state which provides you wonderful & exciting opportunity to enjoy camel safari. Visiting to the Sam Sand Dunes by camel ride provides a pleasant experience of lifetime on your Rajasthan travel. Camel Safari is one of the most popular tourist attractionsof the state. These are several wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in this state which provide you thrilling opportunity to explore them and see the birds and wildlife attractions. Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary, Ranthambhore National Park, Sariska National Park, etc are among the world famous wildlife parks.

Historical cities, fairs & festivals, cuisine etc also deserve the attentions of tourist from all over the world for Rajasthan tourism. In fact, there are countless tourist attractions in this exotic state which make Rajasthan tour one of the most preferred tours of India tours. Don't miss to capture the wonderful opportunity of Rajasthan tours while you are in India.

Monday, 18 July 2016

Amazing Wildlife Sanctuary Parks of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is the biggest state in India with rich culture. Amazing forts, glamorous lakes, beautiful wildlife and splendid mansions encourage tourism in Rajasthan. This state has great geographical features suitable for amazing wildlife. It is known for desert in most territories, but it also has green forests in others. These topographical conditions are ideal for wildlife. Desert is an ideal place for reptile species while Rocky Mountains and wetlands are ideal for various species of birds and animals. Wildlife sanctuaries of Rajasthan are the most popular amongst others. Many tourists come to India for exploring these wildlife parks of Rajasthan. Here are some famous sanctuaries of Rajasthan.

Ranthambore National Park:

This sanctuary is situated at the junction of Aravali and Vindhya hills in Sawai Madhopur District. It is spread over 400 square km area. There are many water resources in this park those give huge relief in hot summer days. Animals are used to people around them and you can watch these animals in their natural habitat here. Tigers can be seen hunting even when tourists are watching. It is a dream park for photographer and wildlife enthusiast. This park is available with car rental service for jungle safari. It remains opened from October to May.

Sariska Tiger Reserve:

It is most visited reserve park in India. It is situated in Alwar district of Rajasthan. It covers about an area of 800 square km. There are medieval buildings in this reserve which are also one of the main attractions of it. It was declared tiger reserve park in 1978 as a part of India's project tiger scheme. There are various carnivores such as leopard, jungle cat, Jackal and hyena in this park. It also hosts amazing bird-life. Peafowl, Bush Quail, Sand Grouse, Golden backed Wood Pecker, Crested Serpent Eagle, Grey Partridge and the Great Indian Horned Owl are the most popular bird species in this park.

Desert National Park:

This Park is situated in Thar Desert of Jaisalmer. It is one of the largest parks of India, covering 3100 square km area. Bird-life of this park is vivid and spectacular. Ardeotis nigriceps (Indian Bustard), an endangered bird species, is the main attraction here. You can see many eagles, buzzards, kestrel, harriers, falcons and vultures in this park. Jeep safari is available here to travel this park in a short duration. Best visiting time for this park is November to March.

Keoladeo Ghana National Park :

This is, formerly known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, one of the finest bird's parks of India. It has both native and migratory birds. Besides birds, this park is also inhabited by Sambhar, boar, Chittal and Nilgai. There is a system of small water dames to control water level in different sections. There is a temple of Keoladeo within its boundaries.
Well, above-mentioned parks are such famous that nature's documentary films are made in these parks. You can see nature at its best here and you can catch glimpse of amazing wildlife.

Friday, 15 July 2016

Best Hotels in Ranthambore National Park

The gloriously impressive beauty of Ranthambore National Park combines an attractive blend of flora and fauna consisting of the fine and the vast gigantic natural wildlife habitat and huge lush green lifelike trees and plants making Ranthambore a majestic place to explore and visit.
The magnanimity of this magnificent Ranthambore Park gets amplified by the luxuriously comfortable Ranthambore hotels. Some of the handpicked and the best hotels in Ranthambore that provide world class costumer amenities are:

Sher Bagh: Situated at the edge of Ranthambore Park, this Ranthambore hotel is set amidst trees and over looking valleys on a private estate. Providing the finest of amenities to its customer with dining experiences carefully crafted, room service, lounge, reading room facility and special evening talks with conservationists who have dedicated their lives to Ranthambore and its natural habitat.
Khem Villas: Spread over 10 acres the Khem Vilas is in the proximity of Ranthambore that makes it a traveler's hub. Khem Villas is an ideal destination that offers the guest complete peace of mind, along with some lip smacking food and the world best cuisines that add to the prominent service of Khem villas Ranthambore hotel.

Dev Villas: Hotel Dev Vilas is a unit of Sacchai Hotels Pvt. Ltd. This Ranthambore hotel is set in three and a half acres of land and is located near the entrance of the Ranthambore. Dev Vilas Hotel offers 28 rooms categorized into 19 Deluxe Rooms and 9 common rooms. Each room has been designed in a unique sequence of color, style and ambience providing the major amenities to its customers such as bar, business center, outdoor swimming pool, free room service, internet facility etc.

Tiger Moon: A jungle lodge located at the edge of the Ranthambore National Park (Rajasthan, India), Tiger Moon resort offers a drive in open jeeps deep into the Ranthambore forest and give tourist a glimpse of wildest of tigers. Folk dances and puppet shows are the salient features of this Ranthambore hotel. The finest of amenities provided by Tiger Moon resort are currency exchange, wildlife libraries and safe locker etc.

Tiger Den: Tiger Den Resort, a Jungle Lodge boasts of quality accommodation and services. The resort is barely five minutes away from the main entrance of the park. There are 18 air-conditioned cottages, 2 suites and 8 luxury Swiss Cottage tents. Each cottage & tent is equipped with modern amenities.

Visit one of the finest above mentioned hotels in Ranthambore when longing to visit the incredible land of Ranthambore National Park and get the best ever deals with the accommodation services while adding a cherry of comfort living on the cake of your visit to Ranthambore National Park.

Thursday, 14 July 2016

National Park Ranthambore Rajasthan, India

Location: Sawai Madhopur District, Rajasthan.
Area: 400 sq km approx./ 39,200 hectares.
Established: 1955 as a sanctuary, 1973 as a tiger reserve, 1981 as a national park.
Wildlife Found: Tigers, Leopards and Boars
Best Time to Visit: October – March and April to June
How to Get There: Jaipur is the nearest airport (170 km). Sawai Madhopur is the nearest Railhead (9km) with train services from Delhi.

Tourists Activities: Game Viewing, Tiger Spotting

Ranthambore National Park, the enchanting 400 square kilometer park in that state of Rajasthan has an astonishing copiousness of wildlife including rare and endangered animals such as tigers, leopards, Asian elephants and nilgai. Other species present are jungle cat, hyena, jackal, porcupine, wild boar, sloth bear, marsh crocodile, langur, Indian gazelle, spotted deer and sambar (Asiatic stag).


The Ranthambore National Park is the Rajasthan’s first Project Tiger Reserve. It is counted among India’s best national parks. Ranthambore derives its name from the 1,000 year old fort which stands within the premises of the park. The park is bounded by the river Chambal in the south and river Banas in the north. The three water features Rajbaugh lake, Milak Tank and Padam tank are a home to variety of migratory birds. They are adorned with the pink lotuses on which the Sambars often feed.

The landscape is covered with the belts of dry deciduous forests with ancient banyan trees, pipals, dhok, ranj, salai, ber and palm trees. Ranthambore is a very special biosphere for it harbors huge variety of species of birds and animals. Some of which are highly endangered and listed in the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Red Data Book. It is one such park where Tigers can also be spotted during the day time.


There is no better way to explore the park than by taking the exciting jeep safari. Get up early in the morning, hire a jeep for the day, go to the forest area and indulge in birding, game viewing or tiger spotting in the park. Do not forget to take the wildlife expert guide, who can give you the better insight of the jungle and wilderness.