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. Tal chhapar is home to White eyed buzzard. Other famous bird watching places include Desert National Park which hosts several threatened species like Mac Quinn’s Bustard, Kumbhalgarh National Park, Mount Abu wildlife sanctuary, Ranthambore National Park, Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, and many more. Rajasthan never disappoints as bird watching destination and the kind of raptors you can see here in one place; you can’t do anywhere else.
Why will you love this?
– A wonderful offbeat experience of Birdwatching
– Rare and exotic birds in their habitats & various terrains to explore
– Itineraries tailored to give you an indepth experience of Bird Watching