Ranthambore National Park
A major tourist attraction and heaven for wildlife photographers, Ranthambore National Park is one of the biggest and most popular National Parks of India. It is located in the region of the Aravali hills and Vindhya plateau at a distance of just 130kms from the Pink City Jaipur.
The Ranthambore forest is dispersed over an area of 1334 km2 while the national park is spread over the area of 392 km2.
Known for being a habitat for a significant number of Royal Bengal Tigers, tourists can easily spot a tiger during their safari visit. This makes the Ranthambore National Park Safari quite a famous tourist destination in India.
Apart from its tiger reserves, Ranthambore National Park has a much-renowned heritage that reminds of the glory and splendour of Rulers of Ranthambore. These include ‘Ranthambore Fort’, ‘Jogi Mahal’, ‘Ancient temple’, and ‘Raj Bagh ruins’.
To add to its beauty and enrich the landscape of the forest, there are lakes like ‘Padam Talao’, ‘Malik Talao’, ‘Raj Bagh Talao’. ‘Chambal River ‘and ‘Banas River’ surround the park from the two sides, amplifying the wild aura of the Ranthambhore forest.
The galvanic catalogue of species of flora and fauna will allure you and make your tour to Ranthambore worth investing your time and money in.
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How To Reach
The distance between Sawai Madhopur to Ranthambore is just 13.5 km. The stretch is quite short and is easy to cover. One can choose to travel by