Wednesday, July 30, 2014

The Abundant Wildlife Of Todgarh Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary

A beautiful town located in the Aravalli mountain ranges, Todgarh has become one of the favourite travel destinations of tourists visiting the Indian state, Rajasthan. James Tod, a British colonel, was so fascinated by the region that he founded a small village and spent 20 years of his life in this part of the world. It gradually became a famous town, which was named after him. People wondering how to reach Todgarh can know the directions from its location map online. Tourists can also find detailed instructions for getting to this region on the website of a hotel or resort where they are planning to book their stay.


The flora and fauna of Aravallis can be explored in Todgarh Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary, which is spread over a vast area of 497 square kilometres. The hilly tracks of Ajmer, Rajsamand and Pali districts within the limits of this wildlife sanctuary were popular hunting grounds during the colonial era. In recent times, it houses a large variety of animals and birds besides the abundant vegetation in its tropical dry deciduous forest. Diverse ecosystems found in this area like forests, lakes and grassland also foster a sizeable population of reptiles. A Todgarh wildlife safari is the ideal way to explore the different species of wild animals, birds, reptiles, trees and plants of this wildlife reserve.


People visiting this part of Rajasthan can visit this wildlife sanctuary along with all the other attractions while staying in any of the hotels or resorts in Todgarh that offer excellent accommodations for tourists. Most of them have rooms and suites provided with comfortable air-conditioning, private balconies and laundry services. Some of them also have multi-cuisine restaurants that offer mouth-watering varieties of local as well as popular international dishes. Amenities like well-maintained swimming pools and travel desk facility are also provided to guests in these resorts.