Wild ways to explore Attractions of Ranthambore on a day tour

Ranthambore, the popular national park, is a significant ingredient of a wildlife tour. You can't skip visiting Ranthambore if you are one of the admirers of wildlife. The vast wildlife reserve has the perfect amalgamation of flora and fauna.

It finds its place on the grounds of Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, India. The National Park or Tiger Reserve is nearly 10 km from the district and is on the borders of the famous Thar Desert. Want to know what makes it special? Here is a brief on its magnificent offerings.

Inside the park
The flora and fauna of the park offer the perfect treat to a wildlife photographer. Safari lovers find the perfect atmosphere for a jungle safari here. Don't worry if you are alone, tigers and other animals will be there to accompany you in the safari throughout. Yes, the park offers an opportunity to have a gaze at the Royal Bengal tigers, leopards, and marsh crocodiles. Tigress Machali (Lady of the lake), an earlier resident, was a glory to the park in the form of world's most photographed tigress who lived for more than 20 years.

Nearby attractions that are worth visiting
A visit to Ranthambore National park provides an opportunity to explore the nearby attractions. Here are the must visit ones:

  • Ranthambore fort: You can't afford to skip the visit to this royal palace. The fort signifies the valor of mighty descendant of Chauhan dynasty, Hammir Dev. It offers a magnificent view of the architecture of that time.
  • Kachida Valley: It is well-known for panthers.
  • Raj Bagh Ruins: Ancient ruins with a mystical history.

Apart from these major attractions, Lakarda Anantpura and Jogi Mahal are also loved by the tourists.

Ways to reach the park
As the park has Sawai Madhopur as its nearest locations, one needs to come to Sawai Madhopur first. You can take a local bus, taxi or a cab from there to the park. The air, bus, and rail routes to Sawai Madhopur are described below:

  • Air routes: Sawai Madhopur doesn't have its personal airport. The Sanganer airport of Jaipur plays a major role here by being the nearest airport to reach there and well-connected to major cities of India.
  • Bus routes: Not all the cities offer a direct sleeper bus to the location. Hence, it is recommended to take the train route to Sawai Madhopur and then take the bus facility from there to the park. No need to worry if you have your own vehicles.
  • Train Routes: Sawai Madhopur is well-connected to all the major cities of India like Delhi, Bombay, and Jaipur via train routes. It is the most convenient method to get there.

Other things to keep in Mind
As it is a jungle safari, clothing must be right. In winters, you need to cover yourself up with layers of clothes. In summer, go with your light clothes with a cap and sunglasses. To experience the best of safari, visit there between October to June. The park remains closed in monsoon.

Also, the opening and closing times of the park should be well-known before going there.

You can have a vehicle-based safari or choose a guide to accompany you for the jungle walk. You can enjoy the jungle safari in a 20 seated canter or 6 seated jeeps.

Now that you have enough information with you, plan a visit soon to explore this magnificent wildlife treasure.

Suggested tour: Golden triangle with Ranthambore tour


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