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Take A Safari At Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

India’s coolest leopard-spotting destination

Think that Rajasthan is a completely arid, with no greenery? A safari at Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary is all that will take to change your mind. A local wildlife sensation that are home to chausinghas (four-horned antelopes), leopards, panthers, sloth bears to name just a few, this park is home to a truly beautiful yet unique biodiversity that is not found anywhere else in the country.

Once the hunting grounds of the royals, it was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1971. While the eastern part of the park is dominated by the Aravalli range, and covers parts of Udaipur, Pali and Rajsamand districts. Its ecoregion is that of Kathiawar-Gir dry deciduous forests, with multiple small rivers like Sukdi, Mithdi, Sumer and Kot, situated in various parts of the park.

The Kumbhalgarh wildlife sanctuary is spread over a total area of 610 square kilometres. It was also one of the places that were considered for the reintroduction of the Asiatic lion, and with such an incredible topography, it is difficult to believe that this place is at the heart of Rajasthan.

Also note that many safaris tend to end at Ghanerao and you can stop here for some sightseeing, before you head back to Kumbhalgarh.

If you are keen to spot more leopards, head to Jawai Leopard Camp, which is almost one hour away from Kumbhalgarh. Located upstream of Jawai Bandh, this is one of the largest reservoirs in Western Rajasthan and is home to flamingoes, geeses, cranes and other migratory birds as well. With uninterrupted views of the wilderness and dramatic landscape of granite formations and sandy riverbeds, this is a unique wildlife experience. In order to enjoy this place in the best possible manner, make sure you book experienced guides, who are more than capable of helping you track these elusive big cats.

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