The Desert National Park is a park spread over 3162 square kilometers of Sandy wasteland, very proximal to the border of Pakistan. The prominent attraction of the park is the great Indian Bustard which is a large bird, towering to a height of 1.2 m. The bustard is close to extinction, from constant hunting, but a 1000 of them remain now and they can be sighted here. Other wildlife including sand grouse, falcon, vultures, desert fox etc exist here.
The visitors can visit the park to watch the Great Indian bustard, chinkara as well as the other birds and animals. Bird watchers and wildlife photographers should absolutely visit the place as this will provide them a fascinating experience. There are pink roses in Pushkar area, fruit gardens, tiny villages and a wonderful display of the rural life. One can go for park rides, Jeep safaris, camel rides, bird watching excursions and nature walks.