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BharatpurBharatpur was the premier Jat State in Rajasthan. Badan Singh established and founded the fort and palaces of Deeg in 1725. Seven years later, his son laid the foundation nearby of the fort of Bharatpur. It was a formidable structure called Logagarh (iron fort), which lived up to its reputation.
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BinsarThe air changes perceptibly as you approach Binsar Wildlife Sancturary-there is a cool, freshly laundered scent that it carries. The drive is a charming one, with oaks and deodars looking down on you with all the majesty of age.
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CorbettEstablished as the first national park of India, on 6th August 1936, it was renamed in 1957 as Corbett National Park, in memory of Jim Corbett, the legendary hunter and naturalist.
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Dudhwa Tiger Reserve
Dudhwa Tiger ReserveThe Park is located in the alluvial plain, the doab of the Mohana and Suheli rivers. Besides the tiger, the area is known for leopards, Swamp deer, Rhinoceros, Cheetal , Hog deer, Barking deer, Sambar, Wild boar, Ratel, and around 400 species of birds and 90 species of fishes.
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PangotPangot is small village 15 kilometers from Nainital, the drive takes only 25 minutes to get there. The entire drive is through the forested area of Cheena Peak Range via Snow View Point and Kilbury, the main habitats for excellent birding.
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RanthambhoreSituated in Eastern Rajasthan, where the Aravali Hill ranges and the Vindhyan plateau meet, the Ranthambhore National Park was once the hunting preserve of the Maharajas of Jaipur. The rivers Chambal in the South and Banas in the North bound the Ranthambore National Park.
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SariskaThe picturesque Siliserh Lake lies along the edge of the Sariska Tiger Reserve and a charming hunting lodge overlooking it, is a marvelous place for visitors to stay.
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