Ranthambore national park is one of the most popular tourist destinations in northern India. It is believed to be the oldest national park in India with several prime attractions. It is situated in Sawai Madhopur district which is around 110 kilometers away from Kota and 130 kilometers away from jaipur.
It is well known as one of the famous tiger reserve and many tourists from all corners of the world come here to see the giant Indian tigers wondering in the park. There are some other wild animals like leopard, deer, hyena, blue bull and dog. You can also see several species of reptiles, birds and plants in the park.
The major attraction in Ranthambore national park is the safari ride. This may help you to take a close look at the giant tigers wondering in an open habitat. The park has been divided into several zones and sections according to the living habitat of wild lives. The safari ride covers all these sections and you may be able to see different kinds of animals, birds and floras with the help of safari ride. The core park occupies around 400 square kilometers and you may find 2 nearby sanctuaries named Mansingh sanctuary and Kalia Devi sanctuary next to the core park.
Majestic Ranthambore fort:
Ranthambore fort is considered as one of the prime attractions in Rajasthan built in 10th centaury. Its height is around 700 feet from the ground level. You can find 3 famous temples of Ramlalaji, Shiva and Ganesh inside the fort. You can also see world famous Digamber Jain temple inside the fort.
Ranthambore national park is one of the famous tiger reserve in India. One can spot giant Indian tigers and leopards moving in open ground. With Safari ride available at the park, you can enter inside and get a chance to see the wild animals with closer view. You can also take photographs of all wild animals and birds living inside the park.
The dense forest surrounding the national park makes an outstanding habitat for all wild animals and birds. There are several species of herbs, plants and flowers present in the forest. Padam Talao is the largest lake present inside the national park. One can see the combination of wild lives and beautiful plants by visiting Ranthambore national park.
The national park remains open for the tourists from the starting of October to ending of June. Incase you are planning to visit the park; this will be a good idea to plan it between November to February.
Ranthambore National Park Photo Gallery
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