Rajasthan is a land of palaces and a paradise for folk lovers, no wonder. But what makes Rajasthan more intriguing is that it is also a haven for bird watchers. The wildlife sanctuaries, lakes and towns here are filled with interesting species of birds. The Ranthambore National Park which is one of the most famous parks in the country is not just famed for its rich diversity of wildlife but also an abode to rare birds. Take part in a Ranthambhore safari to discover the park in a more interesting and detailed way, with the best birding tours in Rajasthan. Spot migratory birds and witness endangered species like leopards, jackal, cat, sambar, nilgai and more at Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary in the Rajsamand District of Rajasthan. Enjoy a jeep safari into the deep forests of the sanctuary and get lost in the wilderness. Another great spot for bird watching is the bird sanctuary in Bharatpur. Watch hundreds of migratory birds such as Painted Stork, Great Egret and Eurasian Spoonbill.
Scores of ornithologists from across the country and abroad flock here to watch the feathered beauties besides the fishes, snakes and lizards. When in Rajasthan, you cannot miss out stepping into the sleepy town of Khicchan. The place is a popular tourist destination mainly renowned for bird watching activity. Tourists should specially visit this place around the month of August to see the Demoiselle Cranes that migrate all the way from Eurasia and Mongolia. A guided tour will take you around the town. At some places Khicchan, you can see villagers feeding water and food to the birds in demarcated areas. The other great places in Rajasthan suited for bird watching are Piramal Haveli in Bagar, Khandela and Ranakpur . It is best to explore Ranakpur by a jeep safari wherein one can see diversified wildlife, water streams, valleys and also indulge in the best birding tours in Rajasthan.