Ranthambore National Park – India
Take an unforgettable Indian adventure in one of the vibrant country’s largest National parks, the stunning Ranthambore. The wildlife sanctuary is renowned by wildlife lovers as one of the best places in India to see tigers in the wild, as the majestic predators prowl the vast jungle. Set between two impressive hill ranges, the Aravali and Vindhya, a safari drive through the park offers you a brilliant opportunity to see India’s most famous animal. Ranthambore is home to more than just tigers, though, and you can also expect to see leopards, jackals, mongoose and sloth bears. The varied wildlife makes the park a wildlife enthusiasts dream, as well providing stunning opportunities for budding photographers. The park is stunning in itself, being formed of huge rock formations, beautiful lakes and streams and thick forest that suddenly open up into large areas of Savannah. It’s easy to see why this stunning location was one of the favourite hunting grounds of the Maharajas of nearby Jaipur.

Where is it?
Ranthambore is situated in north central India, in the district of Rajasthan. It lies 160 kilometres from Jaipur, which is also the nearest airport to the park.

What is it?
One of the largest national parks in northern India, Ranthambore is known for its huge number of Tigers. It is one of India’s Project Tiger reserves, which aims to protect the incredible animals, and is also home to a multitude of other beautiful wildlife.

Best time to visit?
The best time to visit the park is between November and May, as the deciduous forests have shed their leaves making sightings much more common. The park is closed annually from July to September.

Must See?
Away from the animals, Ranthambore Fort is an ancient gem located inside the park. The striking fort forms a part of the Hill Forts of Rajasthan, a World Heritage Site inscription, and houses three stunning Hindu temples formed from red Karauli stone.   

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