Ranthambore National Park Rajasthan India
Ranthambore National Park
Rajasthan is home to variety of unique Flora and Fauna which makes it a top tourist destination for wildlife photographers and animal lovers from all over the world. Each state in India has it’s own type of flora and fauna according to the temperature and climate.
The Aravali mountain range is one of the major mountain ranges in Rajasthan covering a distance of approximately 550 Kms and serves as a home to various species of animals. The efforts to protect wildlife in Rajasthan have been tremendous because of which many wildlife sanctuaries and bird sanctuaries have been established for the same purpose.
The Ranthambore National Park is situated in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan and is one of the largest and most popular National Park in India. It was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1957 and was given the status of National Park in the year 1981. Many famous writers and wildlife photographers have mentioned this place in their respective works. The unique wildlife found in Ranthambore National Park include the tiger, leopard, nilgai, langur, wild boar, sambar, sloth bear and many more. However tiger is the main tourist attraction. As of now, there are 63 tigers in the National Park and tourists from all over the world show up daily to explore such wonderful wildlife.
Ranthambore national park has played an important role in protection and conservation of tigers in India. One can explore the National Park through booking a safari. The safari is done in in Jeeps/Canters of different categories. This a unique experience because you get to explore the wildlife in open transport which provides a realistic and thrilling aspect to it. The best time to visit the park is between October to June as the park remains closed for the remaining months of the year. The Park is divided among many zones and each zone has it’s own beauty. The zones are randomly allotted to the traveller. Ranthambore National Park is a beautiful experience for the people who love various aspects of the wilderness like the forests, hillocks, lakes, vast lands dense jungles and off course wild animals. If you like wildlife and safaris then visit to Ranthambore national park is a must.