If wildlife has always been your passion, then Ranthambore National Park is a great holiday option for you. Endowed with a wide variety of wildlife and picturesque landscape, this Park is known the world over especially for its tigers. It is the perfect destination to see enchanting animals in their natural habitat. Located in the Sawai Madhopur district of the wonderful state of Rajasthan, the Park attracts tourists from across the world. In fact, it is the most filmed wildlife destination in the world.
The Park is a home to around 320 species of birds; both resident and migratory; around 40 species of mammals and 35 reptile species. Venture into the forest and treat your senses to the sights of amazing animals. You might even encounter a tiger. Some of the other enchanting creatures here are leopard, spotted deer, wild boar, jackal and chinkara. There are some water bodies in the park where the chances of sighting wildlife are bright. During the months between November and May, the nature of the dry deciduous forests of the park makes sightings of tiger quite common.
Must-see spots of the Park
This region has thick foliage and numerous small water bodies which keeps it cool even during summers. It is a promising spot for wildlife sighting.
Located at the outskirts of the park, this region has several rocky outcrops and low hills. It is famous for its panther population.
Lakarda and Anantpura
Tourists visit this region for sighting sloth bears which are found here as this region has many ant hills.
Raj Bagh Ruins
The ruins of palace, arches, domes and steps add more charm to the Park. It reflects the glorious history of Ranthambore.
This is the largest lake inside the park. Jogi Mahal is located near it.
Located on a hill overlooking the park, this fort is a wonderful attraction to visit.
It is a beautiful lake with ruins along its edges.
This is the smallest lake inside the park. A variety of colorful birds can be spotted here.
Rajasthan Tourism offers a variety of tours to make your holidays memorable and pleasurable. Travel to Rajasthan and embark on a wildlife journey to the famous Ranthambore National Park. The Park is known across the globe for its tigers and several other wildlife. Colorful birds are also the residents
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