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Rajasthan Tour

India 15 Days
Starting From GBP 4,030 / per person
Asiatic Elephant
The Asian or Asiatic Elephant is still found in protected habitats in India. To come on a family herd emerging from the dense forest is an unforgettable experience.
Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush
One of several species of laughing thrush, the Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush is found in the north of India, Bhutan, Nepal and China.
Crested Serpent Eagle
The handsome Crested Serpent Eagle is a widespread, medium sized raptor which occurs commonly in India. And though as its name suggests it mainly preys on reptiles such as snakes, lizards and frogs, it also feeds on birds, small mammals and large insects.
Dhole
Indian Wild Dog or Dhole to give it its correct name, are an endangered canid species of the subcontinent. Thought to be as few as 8,000 individuals these pack animals can be found in some of the major parks
Green-tailed Sunbird
One of several equally beautiful sunbirds found in India the Green-tailed Sunbird is found in the temperate, subtropical and montane forests of northern India.
Hanuman Langur monkeys
Hanuman Langur monkeys are a commonly found species in many parts of India. They are considered sacred by Hindus, and Hanuman the monkey God is a deity in the Hindu religion.
Ibisbill
A much sought-after bird for birdwatchers visiting India, the Ibisbill can be found on shingle river banks in northern India.
Mugger Crocodile
Listed as a vulnerable species the Mugger Crocodile is the largest crocodilian species found in India. It is also known as the Marsh or Broad-snouted Crocodile.
Striped Hyena
The Striped Hyena is a nocturnal scavenger which can sometimes be seen on night drives in desert areas of Rajasthan in northwest India.
The Bengal Tiger
The Bengal Tiger is at the top of many visitors wish list to India. Though threatened by poaching, habitat fragmentation and loss, numbers of this spectacular cat are happily, increasing slightly.

Babita Tours do not have conservation news at present.

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