Rajasthan, one of the vibrant state of India, is popular for its rich tradition, culture, architectural monuments like forts and palaces. Besides, the state is also known for its diverse flora and fauna. The state houses a large number of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Its diverse topography ranging from desert to green forest and hill ranges to wetland provides ideal conditions to inhabit a large variety of plants and animals. Rajasthan also offers various jungle safaris to its tourists to enjoy the richness of its wildlife.
Major Wildlife Sanctuary
Rajasthan has several wildlife sanctuaries and parks that are known worldwide for their diverse variety of flora and fauna. Sanctuaries like Ranthambore National Park, Sariska National Park, Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Desert National Park are home to a variety of wildlife including some rare endangered species.