One of the most famous national parks in India, Ranthambore, is located in Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan. The national park presents its worldwide pride, a growing population of tigers, attracting wildlife photographers from around the world. In the reserve, you can also see other animal species such as leopards, hyenas, jackals, bears, wild boars and various types of deer: sika deer, Sambhar, gazelles and nilgau antelopes.
Suggested Tour : 8 days Golden Triangle with Ranthambore tour
While visiting the national park, tourists can enjoy colorful wildlife. The blissful waters of the Banas River in the north and the Chambal River in the south, the flora of the national park can be better explored in the region of Bakula and Kachida. The lakes Padam Palao and Rajbagh Talao, the Lakarda and Anantpura habitats, are also places of interest.
The national park is named after the magnificent fort of Ranthambore, located on the top of a hill. To visit the fort, tourists must cross the path through the dense forests of the reserve.
Visit to Ranthambore national park enjoy the morning and evening game drives to this park, but remember Ranthambore National Park Safari Timings when going to visit Ranthambore park for tiger safari and game drives in Ranthambore.