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Fly away home of wilderness in Rajasthan

Vinod Saraswat

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Are you planning to go on an adventurous tour in the middle of the rocky scenery and backwoods of Rajasthan? Then, ensure that you make it a point to list five sites to visit in Best Rajasthan wildlife tour packages plan. Keep reading to explore these four wonderful travel sites you haven’t visit before.

Bakaula - When you are visiting to Rajasthan to witness its stately forts, palaces, gardens and small hills and the wasteland of Ranthambore National Park, the abode of the world’s well-known Indian tiger, you must travel to Bakaula. Though Bakaula is not a favorite travel spot for travelers, you will be delighted to feel this densely forested region in Ranthambore National Park region. The thickly foliaged area has a lot of small pools of water which are commonly by numbers of wildlife, containing the tigers with their cubs. So if you're planning to catch an unforgettable shot of the imperial catlike, you must comprise Bakula in Rajasthan wildlife tour packages plan.

Kachida Valley - While traveling the beautiful Ranthambore National Park, you must see the Kachida valley. Situated in the outer part of the park, this rocky land is a great spot to watch different creatures of the forest. Panthers are the major attraction of the park and less seen inside the forested region. You will have a wonderful chance to catch a glimpse of these amazing creatures of God.

Raj Bagh Ruins - If you are first time visiting the national park then must covered the Raj Bagh ruins as it will be a great to be here. It is a must see place as per locals due to many reasons. The ruins are located in between the Raj Bagh Talao and Padam Talao, both are lakes. These ruins are an ancient stone structures such as arches, domes and others. With the majestic wilderness in the backdrop, these ruins add an extra charms into your Rajasthan Wildlife tour packages. The tour to Raj Bagh Ruins will be memorable.

Lakarda and Anantpura - Apart from seeing the tigers, panthers, bears and others, you can also go to find the sloth bear. Though in order to get a glimpse of this amazing creature, you will have to move Lakarda and Anantpura situated in the north part of the Ranthambore National Park. Sloth bears are frequently seen in this local. Ensure to include this spot in your itinerary.

Conclusion: Whether you want to go for trekking, camping, safari or bird watching, you'll get a chance to enjoy all the magnetism of the Ranthambore National Park Tour. Rajasthan comes as a diverse land popular for its palatial splendor yet great in wild beauty. Though, while choosing Rajasthan wildlife tour packages ensure to add these four sites in your travel plan to enjoy your forest adventure. Have a wonderful trip to Ranthambore National Park!

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