For wildlife photographers in Rajsathan, India, there are always opportunities to discover and be amazed by the natural beauty of wildlife. That is why planning a special wildlife photography expedition will fulfil all your curiosity. And while you are there, finding the best accommodation is of the essence. The Resort in Sariska, the Little Affair, is a gem to find and stay at on your list of the best wildlife photography places in Rajasthan.
Top Wildlife Photography Places in Rajasthan
Sariska National Park/Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary found in Alwar district Rajasthan became a national park in 1982. It covers a total area of about 273.8 kilometers squared (105.7 square miles). It is famous as the first reserve in the world for the successful relocation of Bengal tigers. Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is also a renowned biodiversity area in the Northern Aravalli Hills area with royal Bengal tigers, sloth, Indian leopards, bears, golden jackals, nilgai, deer, Javan and ruddy, mongoose, hyenas, jackals, wild boar, honey badger, langur, Rhesus Macaque, Indian Civet, caracal, jungle cat, chital, caracal, and lots of other wildlife bird species.
Besides, at the peak of the monsoons, the green Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary comes alive with insect and plant species. Enjoy the multiple safaris in the park, like the Jeep safari and Canter safari, for more photography and animal watching sessions. If you Stay in Sariska, the hospitality is simply unforgettable. Experience luxury resorts in Sariska with themed stay options and amenities.
Ranthambhore National Park/Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve
The national park is in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, India. It is famous and popular with both Indian and foreign tourists. The Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is a top tourist destination for wildlife photography in Rajasthan. It offers a wide variety of wildlife (flora and fauna) to spot and enjoy. It is also a safe home and sanctuary for the Royal Bengal tigers, majestic animals that were once under threat of extinction.
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The large sanctuary has conserved and regenerated wildlife and biodiversity. The majestic sounds of birds, animals, and insects and its all-around natural vegetation keep attracting nature and wildlife photographers in huge numbers. Ranthambhore National Park creates beautiful moments and memories for those who love adventure in Rajasthan.
Get glimpses of local cultures and other attractions like the Ganesh Temple, Padam Talao Lake, and Ranthambhore Fort to add a deeper dimension to their wildlife park photography.
Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary
A gem of a wildlife sanctuary for wildlife photographers and enthusiasts, especially bird watchers The breeding season sees an influx of foreign and local species of birds that throng the sanctuary. The sanctuary is in Bharatpur district, off the Jaipur-Agra highway. Migratory birds from across Asia and other regions throng the sanctuary, especially at its greenest peak. A UNESCO world heritage site, it is known to be home to more than 370 bird species and an equal number of plant species. There are several safaris arranged in the park to see the sanctuary’s beauty.
Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary
Found at the very start of the Aravali hill ranges, it adds intrigue and fascination for nature and wildlife photographers. The sanctuary is known for its cool weather and the wildlife species found there. These include Indian hares, hedgehogs, mongooses, porcupines, bears, leopards, langur monkeys, pangolins, foxes, wild boars, tigers, and many others. It is estimated to have 250 bird species and an assorted variety of insects and plants.
Kumbalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Kumbalgarh is a special and unique wildlife sanctuary, combining the appeal of hills and plains with its eloquent biodiversity. It is just 65 km from Udaipur on the busy Udaipur-Pali-Jodhpur motorway. Kumbalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is home to several wildlife species. The sanctuary actually derives its name from the majestic Kumbalgarh Fort. This is known to be the birthplace of legendary Mewar king Maharana Pratap. The sanctuary also falls within the Aravali Hill Range, which encompasses a large area.
Kumbalgarh has several wildlife species like chinkaras, jungle cats, chausinghas, nilgai, sloth bears, leopards, hares, sambhar, hyenas, jackals, wolves, and several bird species. All these provide great wildlife photography opportunities.
Besides, the Neelkanth Mahadev, Golearao Jain Temple, and Kumbalgarh Fort add depth to any wildlife photography in Rajasthan.
As you choose your best place to visit and stay first on this list of the top five wildlife photography places in Rajasthan, remember that each place has its charm. However, the Little Affair, a hotel in Sariska, will leave an indelible imprint of your visit to the Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary.
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