Lake in Ranthambore
ranthambore national park
Tiger in ranthambore
Ranthambore place is also known as the Tiger City. Its area is 1334.64 sq. Km. and the altitude is 215 meters to 505 meters above MSL. It is a small village or a hamlet that is located in the district of Sawai Madhopur in the North West Rajasthan. This place is considered to be one of the most important jewels in the treasure chest of Rajasthan tourism. The hamlet is enclosed by the VindhyaChal Mountain Ranges on one side and Aravali Hills on the other side. It is situated very close to the Thar Desert border. Considering the geographical location, Ranthambore is also being given a nickname that is the Gateway to Thar'. The village is famous for its Tiger Reserves.
This place is bestowed with opulent flora and fauna, spectacular landscapes, lovely grasslands, gushing cataracts, sloping hills, picturesque milieu, rocky and sandy smudges, dazzling lakes and mysterious gorges. All these things will make a perfect vacation for you. People who are wildlife lovers consider this place as a dream destination. A lot of national and international public figures counting the ex President of United States - Bill Clinton has visited the famous Ranthambore National Park to see the royal Bengal tigers.
Ranthambore National Park: It is one of the most visited wildlife parks in India. The reason why many tourists are attracted towards this park is the population of its birds and tigers. The animals that the tourists will get to see at the park are Rufoustailed Hare, Tigers, Long-eared Hedgehogs, Small Indian Civets, Sambar deer, Indian Gerbilles, Leopards, Indian Porcupines, Striped Hyenas, Small Indian Mongoose, Chital, Ratels, Nilgai, Caracal, Indian False Vampires, Chinkara, Toddy cat, Black bucks, Five striped Palm Squirrels, Hanuman langurs, Indian Flying Foxes, Macaques, Indian Mole Rats, Jackals, Jungle cats, Desert Cats, Sloth bears, Indian Foxes, Indian Wild Boar, Yellow Bats. And also various types of species of reptiles will also be found in this park.
Ranthambore Fort: this fort is located 13 km away from the Sawai Madhopur Railway station. This fort was found in 944 and primarily it was known as "Ranath Bhawar Garh" which also means the place of Rajput warriors.
Kachida Valley: At this place the tourists will get to see several outcrops and the low hills. In the outskirts of Ranthambore National Park this valley is located. If the tourists want to explore this area then they hire a Jeep Safari. You will get to see the population of panthers and beers.
Bakula: It is the most thickly forested region. There are many water holes and pools. The availability of water in this forest abundant and that is the reason why a large number of wildlife is found in this region. The tourists will be able to easily see the tigress along with their cubs
Jogi Mahal: it is a must watch fort for the tourists in the Ranthambore national park. It is situated few minutes away from the park that offers many facilities to its tourists. In this way their journey would be made comfortable.
For reaching this famous place you can take help of the local transportation that is Jeep Safari, Bus, and Taxi.