Tiger Reserves in Rajasthan For The Wildlife Enthusiasts 2022
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Rajasthan Tiger Reserves

1. Sariska Tiger Reserve
2. 
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve
3. 
Mukundara Hills Tiger Reserve

In addition to the rich history and culture, the “Land of Kings” has also gained a lot of popularity for the ancient and beautiful Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan. Brimming with a glorious tiger population, the three tiger reserves of the state namely, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, and Mukundara Hills Tiger Reserve, are aimed at providing the big cats a natural habitat away from human action and conserving their gradually thinning population.

The tiger reserves of Rajasthan state are spread across huge expanses of forested land and house a broad spectrum of animal and plant species. From the big creatures like leopards and panthers to the smaller ones like Hanuman langurs and hares, these reserves provide shelter to a myriad of wildlife species, some of which are even endangered.

Rajasthan’s tiger reserves are known to offer the wildlife enthusiasts the best experience of jungle safari. Usually remaining shut during the rainy season, these tiger reserves are best visited between October and May, when the chances of tiger spotting are higher.

Here is the list of tiger reserves in Rajasthan:

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01

Sariska Tiger Reserve

Spread across an area of around 866 sq. kilometers, Sariska Tiger Reserve is known widely as the oldest declared Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan. Encompassed by Jaisamand Lake and Siliserh Lake, this national park is the only forested area in the western Aravali hills, which is bestowed with dry deciduous vegetation.

Around 80 percent of the park is shrouded with Dhok, Tendu, Khair, Surwal, Ber, and Goria trees. Wildlife sheltered in the park ranges from leopards and chinkaras to nilgais, and wild boars, including over 225 ariel species.

Location: Alwar, Rajasthan, India.

Timings: Morning Safari : 6 AM to 10 AM; Evening Safari : 2 PM to 6 PM.

Entry fee: INR 80 per head for Indians; INR 470 per head for foreigners.

Best time to spot Tigers: October to February.
02

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve

Considered to be the biggest Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan’s Sawai Madhopur district, Ranthambore Tiger Reserve shelters tigers, sambhars, leopards, wild boars, chinkaras, sloth bears, and marsh crocodiles.

This park got recognized as a game sanctuary back in the year 1955 and got its recognition as a tiger reserve in 1973, after the introduction of Project Tiger. Spread across a whopping area of around 1334 sq. kilometers, the park lies on the eastern frontier of the Aravalli mountains. Alongside animals, this park also shelters over 360 bird species with exotic Siberian and European birds flocking to Surwal Lake in the park every year.

Location: Ranthambore, Rajasthan, India.

Timings: 6 AM to 7 PM.

Entry fee: INR 617 for Indians; INR 1357 for foreigners.

Best time to spot Tigers: October to April.
03

Mukundara Hills Tiger Reserve

Also known popularly as Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary, the Mukundara Hills Tiger Reserve happens to be the most beautiful Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan owing to its stunning hilly terrains. Lying at a small distance of around 50 kilometers from Kota, this wildlife park served as the hunting arena of the Maharaja of Kota in the bygone times.

Extending over an area of around 200 sq. kilometers, this park is home to 3 wildlife sanctuaries - Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary, Jaswant Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary, and Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary. In the year 2013, this park was recognized by the National Tiger Conservation Authority, after which Rajasthan state got its third tiger reserve after  Sariska Tiger Reserve and Ranthambore Tiger Reserve.

Location: Kota, Rajasthan, India.

Timings: 10 AM to 5 PM.

Entry fee: INR 20 for Indians; INR 100 for foreigners.

Best time to spot tigers: October to June.
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People Also Ask About Rajasthan

  1. Which sanctuary of Rajasthan is famous for tigers?

    Founded in 1955 as Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary, Ranthambore National Park is famous as the most populous Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan. At present, this tiger reserve is home to a total of 71 tigers.
  2. Is Ranthambore worth visiting?

    Yes, Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is totally worth visiting, since it is not only home to a huge tiger population, but also shelters a number of prime attractions of the state, including Ranthambore Fort, Kachida Valley, and Padam Lake.
  3. Which is better, Sariska or Ranthambore?

    Since Ranthambore has the largest number of tigers, wildlife enthusiasts looking forward to enjoying a good tiger sighting chance should always pick Ranthambore Tiger Reserve over Sariska. However, if you want to enjoy peaceful jungle walks or bird watching away from the heavy crowds, you should choose Sariska.
  4. How many tigers are there in Sariska National Park?

    As of 2020, Sariska Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan is home to a total of 20 tigers. This count includes 11 female tigers, 5 male tigers, and 4 cubs.
  5. How many tiger reserves are there in Rajasthan?

    The Indian state of Rajasthan is home to a total of 3 tiger reserves, namely Sariska Tiger Reserve (Alwar), Ranthambore Tiger Reserve (Sawai Madhopur), and Mukundara Hills Tiger Reserve (Kota). While Sariska got its recognition as a tiger reserve in 1955, Ranthambore and Mukundara Hills were declared as a tiger reserve in 1973 and 2013 respectively.
  6. How many national parks are in Rajasthan?

    Rajasthan is blessed with a total of 5 beautiful national parks, namely Ranthambore National Park, Desert National Park, Bharatpur National Park, Sariska National Park, and Darrah National Park.

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