Ranthambore National Park used to be the most favorite hunting destination for Mahararajas Jaipur, today it is one of the most popular and preferred wildlife tourist destination in northern India for experiencing the exotic wildlife. located at about 130 km away from Jaipur in Sawai Madhopur district of Southern Rajasthan this is the biggest national park in north India. The spread of approximately 400 sq. kms is walled by two huge mountains – Aravali and Vindhya. Pleothera of wild animals there can make the tour exciting.
Visit this park as it is famed for its Project Tiger. Two serene rivers- Chambal River and Banas River surrounded the National Park; accountable for its amazing and picturesque view.
Ranthambore National Park is not only enriched with exotic flora and fauna, alluring waterfalls and lush green landscape, dense forests; it witnessed a dense population of Tigers also. This is the only Tiger reserve in India which indicates a remarkable increase in number of tigers.
Best Time to Visit
The park remain closed during monsoon from July to September The ideal time to visit this place is from November to April and when the weather remains moderate and one can enjoy the exotic wildlife effortlessly. However, tourists can also spend their holidays from October to June as well.
Features of National Park
One can feel the exotic wildlife and the huge thick lush green forest only by taking ride on adventurous Safari holidays in Rajasthan. While riding on a Safari, visitors can often see tigers at daytime too due to their fearlessness of the existence of human beings or any vehicles.
The park is remarkable place for photography. So it is an interesting destination for Wildlife photographers, wildlife ecologists and discovery channels for its majestic and mysterious Royal Tigers. The finest technique to adore the wildlife is to stay in a tiger resort at Ranthambore and set out for a safari.
Keep in mind the laws and regulations of the jungle and preferably wear green color clothes while going for safari. A glimpse of a tiger can make the tour of a wildlife enthusiast’s even more memorable and fascinating.
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