Wildlife of Ranthambore National Park Rajasthan | Review

Ranthambore National park

Ranthambore national park is in Rajasthan (India). This park is famous for tigers and located at the crossroads of the Aravali hill and Vidhyanchal hill range. In 1957, it was declared as a wildlife sanctuary and in 1974 acclaimed a title of tiger reserve after including into the “Project Tiger”.

Tigers are the pleasure of Ranthambore; visitors can see these predators during the day time and evening.

Tiger in Ranthambore national park

Ranthambore National park Review

Information about the Park: –

Area:  392 km².
Tiger Reserve area: 1334 km²
Nearest airport– Jaipur (160 km)
Best Time to visit: November to March

Closed: July – August

In 1981 Ranthambore becomes the national park. It is the dream of wildlife lovers and photographers. The exceptional accommodation and transportation facility makes it best among other parks.

Places to visit inside the Ranthambore: –
Ranthambore is the most suitable destination for the wildlife photographers. The hills, temples, valleys and there are lot of things to see.  Some important places to visit in Ranthambore national park are listed below.
  • Kachida Valley 
  • Lakarda Anantpura
  • Rajabagh Talao
  • Padam Talao
  • Raj Bagh Ruins
  • Malik Talao
  • Ranthambore Fort
  • Trinetra Ganesh Temple
Fauna in Ranthambore national park
Fauna in Ranthambore includes Leopards, Hyenas, Sambar deer, Nilgai, Jackals, Jungle cat, the pride of the park Tiger and many other wild animals.
Reptile species: –
Crocodile, desert Lizard, tortoise, cobras, Indian pythons, rat snake and viper are the major reptile family of this national park.  
The culture of Rajasthan is unique from other states and nature sightseeing is also plus for the tourists. Once upon a time Ranthambore national park was a royal hunting ground of Maharajahs but now days it hosts the maximum number of Tigers. 

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