Ranthambore National Park: Habitat of Indian Tigers
1 year ago
It is adventurous to see animals in their natural habitat doing their daily activities. Ranthambore national park is one of the tourist places where the animal lovers can enjoy watching them. Situated in the Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, it is the largest and renowned national park of the north India. It was declared one of the major Tiger reserve project by Government of India because it is the home of India’s national animal Bengal Tiger. Tourists can spot tigers during any time of the day.
Due to its varied flora and fauna, it has become an important place for tourists and photographers for capturing nature and animals in their natural home. Jungle safari is an important attraction of the national park as there are many ponds in the park like Padam Talab, Raj Bagh Talab where tigers can be seen on the edges for drinking water and basking under sun. Ranthambore national park is also considered as Heritage site as Ranthambore fort towers over the park.
The best time to roam in the park is from November to March and it is very well connected from the major cities of Rajasthan like Jaipur and Kota. To get an experience of wildlife safari and scenic views, one must come and experience the Ranthambore National park’s beauty.