Rajasthan Tiger Reserves1. 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.