The largest state of India, Rajasthan's size and latitudinal range lend themselves to diverse flora and fauna. From desert-scapes and sand dunes, to semi-evergreen forests, the varying ecosystems of the state make Rajasthan one of the most sought-after safari destinations in India.
In Rajasthan, you see the glorious predators of the jungle up close. Close enough to see their whiskers quiver and close enough to see the slapping of their tongue against the water. From chasing huge pug-marks and hearing the loud and impressive calls of a tiger to finally spotting one, taking a jungle safari in Rajasthan is an experience of a lifetime.
Being home to two of the best-loved tiger reserves in India, the state invites scores of visitors from home and abroad year in and year out.
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