Ranthambore National Park, one of the largest and most famous national parks in Northern India, is the perfect synonym for wildlife tourism in Rajasthan. Located in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, Ranthambore is 180 km away from Jaipur (it is also the nearest airport) and 110 km from Kota. The nearest station of Ranthambore is Sawai Madhopur. Entry into the Ranthambore area of 392 sq km area is an easy way to see the tiger everywhere because it is known for the largest tiger population in India.
The park has been described as the best wildlife reservoir which can be described as a “tiger-friendly land”, which proudly preserves the most recognized tigers in India, which is called their remarkable points on their body. And their ruler is best identified through the region. Dense underground puts the perfect background to allow a crawling victim of the tiger in the eternal region. This is the only land in India where many mothers and young Tiger groups can easily be found.
Ranthambore National Park is one of the most well-known and well-known for its population of tigers and is an ideal place in India to see majestic predators in the forest. This is the only reserve in the area where tigers can be easily seen at any time. This is the reason that this area is famous for the tourism. In 1980 Ranthambore became a national park.
In addition to the Tigers, the major wild animals include leopards, nilgai, wild boar, sambhar, hina, dull bear, and chital. It is also home to a wide variety of trees, plants, birds, and reptiles. There is also a rich bird population with more than 270 species of birds in reserve.
2005 was the year when the number of tigers was 26; Compared to the number of tigers registered in 1982, it is much lower, which was then 44. Non-governmental resources revealed through a survey that in 2008, 34 adult tigers were registered in Ranthambore.
Apart from this, more than 14 tiger cubes were also registered, which brought huge praise for the protection efforts and wildlife management authority for the welfare of Ranthambore tigers.
More importantly, in Ranthambore, tigers are the heroes of today because they are known by their name and have their identities with their unique remarkable numbers. With the emotional interaction of wildlife experts, photographers and forest officials, Ranthambore Tiger are world-renowned with its local pet names, including the most famous tigers such as Machli (T-16), Dollar (T-25), Sitara (T-28) Are there. , Bina Van, Bina Do and many more like them.
To a large extent, with such a rise in the number of tigers in Ranthambore, some tigers have been shifted to nearby reserves like Sariska Tiger Reserve. This is the latest example of the recent transit of tigers sisters (Bina Van and Bina Too). Ranthambore is an ideal house 40 species of mammals, 320 species of birds, 40 species of reptiles,02 Amphibian species, 50 species of butterflies 300 species of plants.
The park is a dry deciduous forest type that makes the tiger more common. Dry deciduous forests were once part of the magnificent forests of central India. Ranthambore Park is situated on the banks of the plateau and is surrounded by the river Banas and the Chambal river in the south. The park is also being satiated with the historic Ranthambore Fort where many lakes can also be found. Ranthambore is also a site for one of the largest banyan trees in India.
For the right reason and weather from November to March, tourists/tiger lovers can make their tiger travel more successful in Ranthambore and during the months of July to August they are closed during monsoon.
How to Reach
Jaipur is the nearest airport to reach Ranthambore, 180 km away from the reserved area. Ranthambore National Park is about 11 km from Sawai Madhopur Railway Station, which is located on the Mumbai Trunk Road from Delhi. Ranthambore is the area which is directly connected to many road links with a good network of buses to reach Sai Madhopur. Although the frequency of bus services is not very good, the best advice is to rent a car or taxi to reach Sawai Madhopur. Kota-Ranthambore Mega is only 1.5 km away from the highway.
For the perfect tiger tour in Ranthambore, some relaxing time is really necessary to devote. Because it is not a one-day case to find all tigers in the area. This is the reason; Tourists should make some relaxing arrangements for accommodation in Ranthambore hotels and resorts. Based on the demand for the day of expenditure and their comfort, area skills are being fully absorbed with fully suited options. Although the official lodge is available in this area, there are other beautiful options of hotels and resorts in Ranthambore for a luxurious and urban migration between the natural environment.
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