In the Sawai Madhopur district of south eastern Rajasthan is located the Ranthambore National Park – among the biggest and most popular national parks in Northern India. Once the hunting place of the erstwhile Maharajas of Jaipur, the Park today is a major attraction for wildlife enthusiasts from all over the world. Stretching over an area of 392 sq km, the Park is famous for tigers and their expedition by visitors here.
The Ranthambore National Park is where wildlife enthusiasts come in great numbers to see and experience the majestic predators (tigers) in their natural habitat. You can spot tigers here easily and that too, during the day time. Apart from enjoying the site of tigers roaming around, visitors can relish the verdant greenery and some rare species of birds and animals. Camera-capture moments will be many for wildlife lovers here.
Water bodies and heritage ruins dot the landscape here giving it a unique feel. A huge fort atop a hill is a reminder of the bygone era and mixes history with nature perfectly. With tigers roaming around freely and frolicking in the day time all over, the Park becomes a rare delight for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. Do visit this iconic National Park and quench your wildlife thirsts.