Desert national park is located at Jaisalmer in the colorful state Rajasthan, India. It is one of the largest parks in India, covers an area of 3162 sq km. The park is perfect example of desert ecosystem, established in 1980.Sundari forest place is the heart of the park where you can find amazing amalgamation of sands and wildlife. The terrain of the park comprises of craggy rocks and compact salt lake bottoms, intermedial areas and fixed dunes.
The desert of Rajasthan, also known as desert of the sands, is expanded to the western border of India and it is misconception that the deserts can't support a varied flora and fauna. The fauna of the park includes Ronj, palm trees, bear, and dhok. More than 20% of the area is covered with sand. The vegetation also boats off patches of sewan grass and aak shrub.
It is an ideal place to watch Blackbuck and Chinkara I their natural habitat. Besides them, it provides shelter to several endangered mammals and reptiles such as Desert Fox, Bengal Fox, Indian Wolf, Desert Cat, Hare, Spiny-tail Lizard, Desert Monitors, Sand Fish, Chameleons, Viper Snake, Krait Snake, etc. The park is evolved as a perfect destination for bird watching where avian travelers get a chance to explore many domestic and migratory birds for instance Drongos, Blue-tailed Bee-eaters, Green Bee-eaters, Bush Quail, Indian Rollers, Great Indian Bustar, Larks, Imperial Sand Grouse, Eagles, Bustards, Sparrows, Demoiselle Cranes and Falcons.
Apart from the wildlife attraction, it offers other range of tourist adventure which includes Jeep and Camel safari, camping and a visit to the historical fort of Jaisalmer where you can get a chance to explore the awesome beauty of culture and heritage of Rajasthan.