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Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park

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Ranthambore National Park is the largest national park in Rajasthan. In 1955, this was established as Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary by Government of India. In 1973 it was declared as Project Tiger Reserve. In 1980, it became national park. This sanctuary is known for its tigers. In this place, tigers can be seen even during the day time. Other major attractions of this place are Leopard, Chital, Wild Boar, Nilgai, Hyena, Sambar, Sloth bear. This is home place to huge variety of reptiles, birds, Plants and trees.


What to see at Ranthambore National Park:

Bakaula: Thickly forest region of this park is known as Bakaula Region. It consists of water holes, many small poles, and dense forests. National park at this region is having plenty of wildlife. Major attraction of this place is Tigresses with young cubs. Other attractions of this place are birds and small animals such as monkeys, Squirrels etc.

Lakarda Anantpura: This area is located at northern region of the park. Sloth bears are the major attraction of this place. Ant hills can be seen here. These hills are favourite to the bears. Sometimes hyenas can be seen here.

Raj Bagh Ruins: By seeing this place, visitors will get an idea that this is not only a national park but also a reminder of the past events. At this place visitors can see stone structures such as domes, Palace outhouses; arches and steps give the area an aura. This type of place cannot be seen anywhere in the world.

Malik Talao: In 3 lakes of the park, it is the smallest lake. Different kind of birds can be seen here. Crocodiles are the major attractions of this lake. This is the best place to see the hunting of Kingfisher for small fishes.

Rajbagh Talao: This is the picturesque place of the 3 lakes. Huge number of birds and animals come to this place for feeding. Birds riding the dears can be seen here while they were having their food.

Padam Talao: It is the largest lake in the park. In the season water lilies are the major attraction of this lake. During the morning and before sunset plenty of animals come to this place.


What to see around Ranthambore National Park:

Kachida Valley: It is located at the outskirts of the park. Majority of Panthers can be seen here. Other attraction of this place is beers. It is located 15kms away from the park.

Jogi Mahal: At the foothills of this park this is the best guest house. For the Jaipur royal members this was constructed as hunting lodge. From this place tourists can enjoy the nature at Padam Talab. Huge Banyan tree at this place is the second largest of its kind in India. It is located 5kms away from the park.

Surwal Lake: It is located 25kms away from the park. During the winter season plenty of birds such as Grayleg gheese, Flamingoes, Demoiselle Cranes etc can be seen here.

Ranthambore Fort: It is located at the top of the hill. From this fort, visitors can have a best view of the park. Having Binoculars is the best thing to enjoy the most. Many historical and architectural sights can be seen here. Having a guide is advisable. It is located 6kms away from the park.


Getting to Ranthambore National Park: Only way to reach this place is through road. From Ajmer, Pushkar, Jaipur buses come to this place. Nearest railway station is located at Sawai Madhopur which is 10kms away from the park. Nearest airport is located at Jaipur which is 180kms away from the park.


Getting around Ranthambore National Park: Safari rides are the option to see the park. Buses are available to visit the surrounding places of this park.


Best time to visit Ranthambore National Park: Best time to visit this place is between October to June.


Where to stay in Ranthambore National Park: All kinds of hotels are available here to stay near this park. Resorts are also available to stay near this place.


Where to eat in Ranthambore National Park: In Ranthambore city restaurants are available to have food. Plenty of Dhabas are also available near this park.

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