Tigers might find you trespassing, but your inquisitive and adventourus sould wouldn’t keep you from taking a thrilling drive through Northern India’s biggest Tiger Reserve. Located in the vast planes of Sawai Madhopur District, this jungle territory a place to hold tight because your jeep is going to share space with the untamed wilderness.
Rajasthan has been a humble abode of kings and migratory birds alike. Sporting an avifauna variety of over 500 species, it’s truly a birder’s paradise. Amongst the birding community Rajasthan is more famous for the migratory birds it hosts in the months of winter. Rajasthan sports an avifauna diversity of approx. 510 species including the majestic raptors and vultures, it’s truly a birder’s paradise. Tal Chhapar, Jorbeer, and Keoladeo Ghana national park. Jorbeer is home to Griffon Vultures, Egyptian Vultures, Cinereous Vultures, Steppe Eagles, and Eastern Imperial Eagle.
The mighty state of India covering a part of the great Thar desert, Rajasthan is a prime tourist destination of the country. The state has a grand history and a colorful culture. The dynamic history has introduced many cultures into the land.
Ranthambore palace was built like a traditional Rajput hunting palace surrounded by a 16th century style fortress. In the past, maharajas stayed in opulent palaces during hunting season. It perfectly recreates a palace near the former royal hunting grounds, Ranthambore National Park. Upon arrival one is instantly blown away by the magnificent architecture. They have truly captured the traditional Rajasthani style in this elegant property.
Fields of wheat and mustard swaying in the morning breeze, the echoing ring of the temple bell and the leopards that laze around watching the people go about their day – In a country with booming modernization and economic growth, Jawai still holds onto its organic essence and exists in harmony with the nature that surrounds its lands.