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Ranthambore

Overview

Ranthambore National Park is among the largest and most prominent national parks in Northern part of India. It’s in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan and at the distance of 130kms from Jaipur. In earlier days, it used to be the hunting ground of the Maharajas of Jaipur as large numbers of wild animals are found here.  Today, it attracts the wildlife lovers as well as wildlife photographers from all over the world.

 

Pleasurable sight of tigers

This place is best known for its tigers and they can be seen even during daytime. Though, the park is open from October to June, the best time to visit the park in the months of December and April. Watching the wildlife is an absolute treat. You get to see tigers roaming around while you are surrounded by greenery. The various species of birds and animals are worth exploring at this forest reserve and it fills you up with immeasurable joy. Major wild animals here are leopard, nilgai, wild boar, sambar, hyena, sloth bear and chital, besides there are varieties of plants, birds and reptiles.

 

Relish the beauty of nature

Besides the animals, there are vast number of trees, mountains, lakes and water bodies that are behind that shapes the flora of the area. The park is bordered by the Banas River and the Chambal River on different sides and is one of country’s Project Tiger reserves. In the mid of the forest, a tenth century old fort is situated that is famous for the gallantry of Hammir dev of Chauhan dynasty.

The wildlife safaris and jeep safaris are the best way to enjoy the green setting and get a sight of majestic wild animals in their natural habitats. As you take on to the safari, the tour of the entire park would be covered in 3.5 hours.

 

Splendid forest

Paradise for nature-lovers, this place offers amazing view of the slopes of Vindhyas and sight of the peaks of Aravali hills is again a treat. The forest is extensive and everywhere you see dense vegetation and running canal waters. The lakes which enhance the magnificence of the park are Padam Talab, Malik Talab and Raj Bagh.

Awesome facilities are provided which makes your tour worth visiting. The park is closed during 1st July to 30th September.

 

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