Places around Bikaner with Wildlife

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1/4 Places to Visit in Bikaner with Wildlife

Bikaji ki Tekri is the first humble fort in the city Bikaner. The distance of this historical place from the centre of Bikaner is only 3 kilometre and it will take only 10-14 minutes to reach there by a car. It is located just outside of the city in the vicinity of the old palace.

According to the history, Rao Bika was the founder of Bikaner. He left his father's area Jodhpur and carved out his own territory in the wild regions of Bikaner. This is now known as Bikaji ki Tekri. It is near about 500 years old. It houses the Royal Chhatris or umbrellas which was made to commemorate the ...

2/4 Places to Visit in Bikaner with Wildlife
Gajner Lake, Bikaner
32 kms from Bikaner city limits

The Gajner Palace situated in the Gajner, Bikaner in Rajasthan had been constructed by Maharaja Gaj Singh ji of Bikaner in the year 1784, and then completed by the great Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner on the banks of the Gajner Lake. This Gajner Lake is in the heart of the Wildlife Sanctuary, and also aligned with the Gajner Palace barely 32 kms from Bikaner city in Rajasthan.

The Gajner Lake provides water a variety of Flora and Fauna of the Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary. Once a summer holiday home and hunting lodge for the royals, it nows serves up as a hotel for the tourists. T...

3/4 Places to Visit in Bikaner with Wildlife
Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary
32 kms from Bikaner city limits

The Ganjer Wildlife Sanctuary is a lush and green haven for admirers of nature. Located at a distance of 32 kms from the city of Bikaner, it is situated surrounding a lake and in close proximity to the Ganjer Palace. This sanctuary was earlier used by the Maharaja of Bikaner as a hunting ground, but has now transformed into a home for a variety of species of animals, birds and trees.

As it being home to several different species of wildlife, some of the resident species of the Ganjer Wildlife Sanctuary include wildfowls, deers, antelopes, nilgais, chinkaras, black bucks, desert fox...

4/4 Places to Visit in Bikaner with Wildlife

Asia's biggest camel farm - the National Research Centre on Camel, located about 8 kms away from the city centre, is an autonomous research centre set up by the government in 1984, and serves additionally as a tourist attraction where enthusiasts come to witness these resilient animals in all their glory. The camel is a crucial component of the desert ecosystem - the so called 'Ship of the Desert' has earned its title due to its indispensable role as an instrument of transport and utility in the barren desert. One can easily reach this place by auto rickshaw or by cab.

The National...