When visiting Rajasthan, people talk about palaces and historical richness. However, the natural beauty and wildlife here are no less than a paradise for nature lovers.

There is so much diversity everywhere and so many unique experiences are hidden in every corner of the state. 

Taking a safari is one of the best things to do in Rajasthan. There are many types of Royal Safari in Rajasthan. The common ones are car safari and jeep safari.

Also, more exotic camel safaris, horse safaris, and elephant safaris can be enjoyed.

One can completely lose themselves in the beauty of the dense forests of the wildlife sanctuaries. And enjoy jungle safari.


                                  Here is a list of Rajasthan’s jungle jeep Safari:


1. Ranthambore National Park

2. Sariska Tiger Reserve

3. Mukundara Tiger Reserve

4. Desert National Sanctuary

5. Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary

6. Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

7. Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary

8. Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary

9. Bishnoi Village Jeep Safari


                                                1. Ranthambore National Park – Sawai Madhopur


If you want to make your trip to Ranthambore National Park a fun-filled adventure trip, then you must do Ranthambore Jungle Safari here because without a jungle safari your trip remains incomplete. 

You can either book a 6-seater gypsy SUV or canter for a jungle safari. Gypsy is a better option for safari here because if you are with fewer people then you can easily visit this park by gypsy safari.

The biggest problem with the Canter is that it cannot take you to narrow areas and its hard seat can spoil the fun of your journey. Explain that during the safari, each vehicle has a driver and a guide. 

Autumn to spring is a good time to visit the park but you will see more tigers during the summer season.


                                                             2. Sariska Tiger Reserve – Alwar

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In Sariska Tiger Reserve use the online booking facility, tourists may make online reservations for seats in the Jeep and Canter safaris. The forest officers of the Sariska Tiger Reserve handle the Sariska Safari booking process for Jeeps and Canters.

The Sariska tiger reserve is divided into 3 safari zones or routes, with safari tours available in each. All Safari booking services. are serviced by the Sariska Tiger  park’s zones

Here please be aware that the forest officials choose the safari driver or naturalist guide at random, using an automatic computerized method, to ensure that the distribution of Sariska safari cars is equal in each zone.

Now, the present Sariska Tiger Safari Booking policy allows here 20 jeeps of 6 seats and 20 canters of 20 seats to enter the Sariska Tiger Reserve in one shift. Sariska Tiger Reserve tours are available in two shifts: morning and evening and you also have the option of selecting your safari shift time.

Entry Fee Timings: 6:00 am to 8:00 pm

Prices for Indians- 1200 INR Per Passenger / 6500 INR Full Gypsy

Prices for Foreigners- INR.1900 per person / INR.12000 for a full gypsy caravan

For INR 50 per hour, a forest department may be rented.

 INR 200 is the price of the video camera.

 A charge of INR 125 per car is required to enter. Foreigners pay INR 100, whereas Indians pay INR 20. 

On Tuesdays and Saturdays, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Indian citizens can enter for free.


                                                           3. Mukundara Tiger Reserve – Kota


The Mukundra Tiger Reserve is a very beautiful Tiger Reserve and is covered with dense forests. There are many kinds of medical plants in the park which consist healing properties.

It is also famous and rich in wildlife, with some of the most hardly spotted animals being Tiger (very few in number), Leopards, Wild Boars, Hyena, Sloth Bears, Deer, Wolves, Chinkara & Antelopes.

This Place is very amazing for bird lovers too, visiting the park is an absolute treat, as it is home to numerous species of birds.

October to June months are the best time to visit Mukundra Tiger Reserve. During the monsoon, from July to September, the tiger reserve remains closed.


                                                      4. Desert National Sanctuary – Jaisalmer

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The pleasure of visiting the Desert National Park of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan is different. Located near the city of Jaisalmer, the Desert National Park is the largest of its kind in the country, spread over an area of ​​3162 square kilometers.

Spread over the Thar Desert, this national park has a wonderful ecosystem.

The most special thing about this park is that this park seems to be endless and covers a vast area extending from the India-Pakistan border to Jaisalmer / Barmer. The Desert National Park is located close to the Thar Desert and despite its harsh and fragile ecosystem, these park birds are found in abundance.

A thrilling and adventurous jeep safari can prove to be very special for you while watching the attractive birds in the sky. The safari runs on a 12 km trail and takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. Only jeeps and vehicles are valid for wildlife safari and no outside vehicles are allowed.

If you want to have a different experience in the Desert National Park, then taking a laid-back camel safari is a great way to do it. Riding on rolling dunes and barren plains can be an exhilarating experience sitting atop a camel dressed in a camel safari in this camel safari.

For this, you have to pay a fee of Rs 200.

Jeep Safari- 100 रूपये

Camel Safari- 200 रूपये


                                                        5. Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary – Bharatpur

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Keoladeo National Sanctuary is great for both any tourist and nature lover. This park is not limited to just birds, but a large range of flora and fauna is found in this park.

In this National Park, you can spend the whole day enjoying nature with your family and special people in peace. Hearing the sound of birds found here and seeing the greenery here, your mind will be filled with joy. This place will bring you peace of mind and peace by taking you away from the fast-paced world.


                                                                What can you do in Keoladeo National Park?
  • If you want to enjoy Keoladeo National Park to the fullest, then you can take a walk inside this park.
  • Aside from walking, cycling is another option. For this, you will have to rent a bicycle which will not cost you much. To rent a bicycle for a day here, you will have to pay 50 to 100 rupees.
  • If you are going on a trip to Keoladeo National Sanctuary with your family, then it would be better for you to visit here by horse cart or tonga. Because it is a good option for a family. You will have to pay Rs 150 per hour to ride on this tonga.
  • If you want to go here and enjoy it to the fullest, then winter is the best time for you. The temperature in this place is around 23 to 26 degrees during the day during the winter.

 Rs.25 per person

Foreign Citizen Fee Rs.200

50 per vehicle

Camera Rs 200 separately


                                                          6. Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary – Rajasamnd


Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is a popular tourist destination and sanctuary in the state of Rajasthan, covering a total surface area of ​​578 sq km in the Rajsamand district.

Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is home to various species of animals in which animals like Wolf, Leopards, Hares, Jackal, Nilgai, Chausinga, Chinkara, and Jungle Cat find their natural habitat.

This is the only sanctuary in the state where you can see the wolf in its natural habitat. This sanctuary is home to about 40 types of wolves. The 15 km long safari route from Kumbhalgarh to Thandi Beri is the most popular in the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary.

It takes approximately 3.5 hours to travel from Kumbhalgarh to Thandi Beri and back. This sanctuary is a four-wheel drive track. Many hotels in Kumbhalgarh also offer jeep or horse safaris in and around Kotri, Ghanerao, Narlai, and Ranakpur. Horse safaris include Kumbhalgarh to Ghanerao to Thandi Beri via Thandi Beri to Sumer, Ranakpur to Thandi Beri; And safari can be done from Roopnamata to Ranakpur.

One can also visit the Jain temple at Ranakpur located at the end of the sanctuary.

The entry fee is INR 100 from Monday to Friday and INR 75 on Saturday and 


                                                         7. Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary

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Mount Abu Century is one of the major tourist places in Rajasthan which is located near Mount Abu, the only hill station of Rajasthan.

This wildlife sanctuary is rich in various wildlife, if you are going to visit Mount Abu then you must definitely include this sanctuary in your list of tourist places.

Many endangered species of animals are found in this sanctuary, here you can see rare hyenas and jackals. Here you can see a variety of different endangered species. Such lions are also found in the sanctuary which was last seen in 1970.

The sanctuary includes wild cats, hyenas, jackals, common langurs, wild boars, rhinoceros, Indian hares, elephants, and foxes. This sanctuary provides an ideal environment for sloth bears.

In Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary, you can roam the entire sanctuary well with the help of jeep safaris.

The fee for visiting the sanctuary in a jeep safari is Rs.300 per person but this fee goes up to Rs.600 per person in tourist season.


                                                         8. Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary – Pratapgarh

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Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary is counted among the selected famous sanctuaries of Rajasthan, where tourists come from far and wide to enjoy the exciting walk. Spread over an area of ​​about 422.95 sq km, this wildlife sanctuary is situated in the southeast region of Pratapgarh in the state.

This wildlife sanctuary means a lot in terms of tourism, here you will not only be able to see the wildlife up close but you will also get a chance to enjoy the natural beauty here.

The sanctuary is named after Sita Mata. It is believed that this is the forest where Maharishi Valmiki’s ashram once used to be.

Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary tolerates a lot of heat during May and June. You can plan here after the monsoon. The weather here becomes quite pleasant after the monsoons. With the onset of winter, the atmosphere here becomes very beautiful.

The best time to visit here is between late September to February.

Timings: Monday to Sunday,10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Indian Adult: INR 20

Indian Child: INR 10

Foreigner All: INR 80


                                                            9. Bishnoi Village Jeep Safari – Jodhpur      


The Bishnoi Village Jeep Safari is a perfect way to tour the beautiful city of Jodhpur. Since the people belonging to the Bishnoi clan are eco-friendly people, one can find a variety of flora and fauna. The mix of lush greenery and wildlife is a perfect way to enjoy a vacation.

Therefore, by availing of the Jeep Safari packages on offer, you will get to scour a larger area in a shorter amount of time, thus giving you the time to visit other places of interest in Jodhpur.

There will be an air-conditioned vehicle that will drop you from your hotel to a particular meeting point where a jeep will be waiting for you. The tour guides will brief you on the journey you will take.

These Jeep Safaris will usually cover desert land, rocky areas, and hills in a short span of time, saving you the effort of having to trek.

Address: Jodhpur Gosala Road , Kumharon Ki Dhani, Nandwan Village, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342804