Enchanting Rajasthan Wildlife Tour

Tour Description

India is popular for its culture and traditions all over the world. Rajasthan is one among the cultural, heritage and most colorful city in India. Rajasthan is beautiful with its grand palaces, massive royal forts and desserts. The forts as well as palaces built by the brave Rajput of Rajasthan depict its history.

The popular heritage state has a number of attractions to explore such as Jodhpur, Jaipur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Mount Abu, Bundi, Kota, Ajmer and many more. These cities have something or the other special unique to offer you. To experience all of these you can choose the grand Rajasthan tour.

In order to make your trip more grand and memorable choose the Palace on Wheels, known as one of the most grand trips of Rajasthan. All the popular cities of Rajasthan can be explored by travelling by the Palace on Wheels. You can explore the various attractions of the cities such as Salim Shah Haveli, Patwon Ki Haveli, Amer Fort, City Palace, Nathmal Ki Haveli and many more. Ensure that you explore all the heritage places of this state as it is one of its kinds. The history of each fort and palace depicts the heroism and bravery of the Rajputs. It is important that you choose the right package so that you can have the best time of your life at this wonderful state.

In Rajasthan Wildlife tour you will explore the bird sanctuary at bharatpur where every year thousand of bird migrate during winter.It is one of finest bird sanctuary in the world where atleat 250 species of bird migrate every year. The other is ranthambore wildlife sanctuary where you can live tiger in front of you and too in open ground and like this many other places to explore. Hope you will enjoy our rajasthan wildlife tour.

Tour Plan for Rajasthan Wildlife Tour - Face off the Wild Nature

Tour Intinerary

Day 1: Delhi

Welcome to the Indian Capital. You are received on arrival at the airport and transferred to your hotel. Our representative will hand you our India travel kit that contains all your hotel and transport vouchers, air/rail tickets, a welcome letter from our Director and a list of do’ s and don’t s while travelling in India. Day is at leisure to let you overcome jet lag.

Day 2 : Bharatpur

Drive to Bharatpur (251 km / 6 hrs). En route you can visit the Taj Mahal at Agra. Bharatpur is known for its migratory bird Siberian cranes that throng the sanctuary in winters every year in search of food and warm weather.

Overnight at Bharatpur.

Day 3 : Bharatpur

The day is kept for the rickshaw ride in Bharatpur bird sanctuary where you can spot as many as 375 species of birds. We suggest you to do a morning and an evening safari.

Day 4 : Ranthambore

Leave early in the morning for Ranthambore (300 km / 6 hrs). Post lunch you can go for an evening safari in the wildlife sanctuary.You may get to see tiger, leopard, jackal, hyena, sloth bear, python, crocodile, cobra, Indian roller bird, Bonelli’s eagle, Crested hawk eagle, Great Partridge, king vulture, Golden-woodpecker

Day 5 : Ranthambore

Today you do a morning and an evening safari in the game drive to see the Indian national animal (tiger) in its natural surroundings.

Day 6 : Jaipur

Today you can either do a morning safari in Ranthambore and then drive to Jaipur (176 km / 4 hrs) or drive to Jaipur after breakfast and do the sightseeing of the city that will include Amber fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar – now a world heritage site.

Overnight at Jaipur.

Day 7 : Sariska

Drive to Sariska wildlife sanctuary (120 km/ 2.5 hrs) for another round of encounter with the wildlife.

Overnight at Sariska.

Day 8 : Delhi

Drop at Delhi airport for your onward journey. Hope you return with an extra baggage – a bag full of memories.