Ranthambore national park

Ranthambore national park

Ranthambore national park is one of the world’s best known Tiger reserve in India. It used to be a private game reserve for the royal families of Rajasthan decades ago. It is surrounded by Aravali and Vindya mountain ranges which considered to be oldest geologically and this national park offers great opportunities to tourists for sighting of Royal Bengal Tiger.

Fauna and Flora

Ranthambore national park is very rich in flora and here are about more than 400 different type of plants species in there. The national park is home to more than hundreds of different birds species, many type of reptiles, insects are also to be seen easily. Royal Bengal Tiger is king of the national park and besides Tiger, there are leopards, jungle cats, fishing cats, sloth bear, Hyena, jackal, mongoose and few species of deers (Chital, sambhar deer & Chinkara) in the reserve. Ranthambore is also famous amongst the wild life photographers or documentary writers. 

Best time to visit is from October to June every year.
Ranthambore safari zones are categorized from number 1 to 10.

Weather remains cold during the month of November, December, January and February. 
March to June are the summer period of Ranthambore and July to September is the rainy period.  

The national park does not remain open from 1st July to 30th Sep every year due to rainy season.

Accommodation – There are several budget to 5 star category of hotels and resorts available near to entry gate of respective safari zones. 

Connectivity from other parts of India
The entry point of this park is well connected to major cities of this country.
Nearest Airports: Jaipur,  Kishangarh and Delhi.
Railway Stations: Sawai Madhopur around 12 KMs from Ranthambore national park.

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