Agra, India (PressExposure) August 06, 2009 -- Rajasthan is not only called the colourful state of India but it is also called a perfect destination of wildlife in India tourism. The wildlife lovers can make their India tours in wildlife memorable only by way of Rajasthan wildlife tour [http://www.indiatourismz.com/monuments-in-india.html]. Along with flora and fauna, Rajasthan is also known for its magnificent architectural masterpieces and fascinating culture. This colourful state is an abode to some of the finest National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary of India consisting of globe- prominent Ranthambore National Park, Sariska National Park, Keoladeo Ghana National Park and the Desert National Park.
The Bharat Bird-sanctuary in Rajasthan is one of the most eminent sanctuaries in Asia, offers an unforgettable and cherished experience to the globally bird lovers. This eminent bird-sanctuary preserves rare and endangered wild-animals and birds including world-famous Siberian Cranes, licans, Cranes, Ducks, Eagles, Hawks, Pipits, Warblers, Wheatears, Wagtails, Flycatchers, Buntings, Larks, Shanks, Painted storks, Pipits, White Ibis, Cormorants, Pale, Marsh Harriers and wild animals consisting of Jungle cat, Leopard cat and Fishing cat, Sambar, Chital, Chinkara, Blackbuck, Nilgai and the list goes on. Bharatpur bird-sanctuary is also known as keoladeo Ghana National Park. The appropriate time to visit this national park is from November to February.
Ranthambhor national park [http://www.indiatourismz.com/tour-packages.html] is the most eminent tiger conserve under Project Tiger. With its vast 392 sq km area of land, Ranthambhor is home to a range of wildlife species including cheetal, sambhar, wild boar, jackal, hyena and many more.
Sariska Tiger Reserve is another tiger terra firma protected under Project Tiger scheme. With Aravali Hills forming the backdrop, this stunning flora and fauna destination also offers a home to leopards, sambhar, chinkara and many other wild species. To visit this unbelievable Sariska National Park is the best August to February.
Located 40 km far away from Jaisalmer, Desert National Park has major role to play in maintaining the ecological balance of the state Rajasthan. It is the largest park in the colorful state Rajasthan scattering over an area of 3162 sq km. around one fifth of the park is covered with sand dunes and the rest of the landmass comprises craggy rocks, compact salt lakes bottoms, inter medial areas and fixed dunes. A variety of rare birds and wild-animals such as Hedgehog, Desert Cat, Chinkara, Bee Eaters, Larks, Shrikes, Harriers, Spotted Eagle, Towny Eagle etc.
Other major wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan consist of Jaisamand Sanctuary, Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary, Desert National Sanctuary, Darrah Sanctuary, and many more.