Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve: Wildlife Lover’s Favorite

Do you think that Camel Safari is the only charm of the stark Desert land of Rajasthan? You will be glad after listening about Ranthambore National Park which is proudly spread its roots in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan and is eagerly waiting for you to give full of surprises. At this place, you can also experience safari ride, but not on the back of camel, this time, it will be on the back of a giant animal, elephant. Do you know for which purpose this elephant safari is practiced and how it is connected to Ranthambore Tiger Reserve?

Tiger in Ranthambore

Royal Bengal Tiger in Ranthambore

Ranthambore National Park earlier was the tiger hunting place for Maharaja of Jaipur, which covers an area of 392 square kilometer. In 1955, this sprawling forest is inaugurated as the wildlife sanctuary to provide a good living condition for the wild animals. But, considering the decreasing numbers of the India’s national animal, tiger, Indian Government declares the forest a part of Tiger reserve in 1973 and after that 1980 was the year, when it gets the title of National Park. Today, the park has become one of the best examples of Tiger’s Project conservation efforts.

Ranthambore Tiger

Ranthambore Tiger

Although, tigers can be spotted even in the day time, loitering under the sun, thereafter, the strong sensitivity of this animal may deprive you off from catching their appearance. In such time, why don’t you experience tiger safari or elephant safari? This will not only invite you to indulge in an exciting adventurous activity in Ranthambore, but also will offer to explore maximum area where tiger sightseeing is guaranteed.

Tiger Safari in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve

Tiger Safari in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve

To experience this unique safari ride, you need to book safari tour for Ranthambore, in advance because at the extreme time, you may deprive off from experiencing the tour. Booking for Ranthambore Wildlife Tour Package becomes more active from November to May, when the nature of the dry deciduous forest makes sightings familiar for the tourist. Pace up your wildlife tour planning and make each moment filled with lots of thrill by visiting Ranthambore tiger reserve.

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Special Attractions in Indian Wildlife Tour

Indian soil witnessed of producing myriad ranges of animals and flora & fauna. To watch the uniqueness and the beauty of Indian wildlife, tourists seasonally drive to the national parks and sanctuaries. All these greenery dense parks have special attractions and preserve the wildness inside a certain area. If some are renowned for tiger reserve, some break the expectation limit of human being by showing different variety of colorful birds, which provides a great photographic option for the wildlife photographers as well as the naturalists.
Following are a few special attractions of some of the Indian wildlife parks:
1. Corbett National Park, Uttaranchal: The Park is accounted as the most beautiful national parks in India and renowned for spotting out endangered Bengal tiger. The 160 numbers of tiger population only can be seen in the tiger protected areas in the park. Jeep safari amidst Corbett National Park is the best option to get closer to the nature and watching the majestic tigers.

2. Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Bharatpur: Best place for the ornithologist and for the people who likes to spend the entire day in bird watching. The park is the host of 230 species of birds, among them some are migratory. The wonderful flying view and the melodious songs of birds always encourages the naturalist, poets and authors to write their best theme sitting amidst the nature.

3. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan: The National Park is known for tigers and best known for having highest density of tigers. Jeep safari and elephant safari amidst the park always attract the adventure enthusiasts and make a significant impact on the travelers to make the trip memorable. It is the easy mode of transportation and drives you close to the wildness of the park.

4. Kaziranga National Park, Assam: A World Heritage Site and the dwelling place of the rare, one horn rhinoceros, which can never be found in any other states in India. The park is easily reachable from the most commercial place of the state, Guwahati. Darkness and the wildness of the park will surely indulge your time and provide you the platform to experience the best adventure tour ever.

Apart from that you can also explore Asiatic Jackal, Leopard, Fox, Sloth Bear, Tiger, Bengal Fox, Jungle Cat, Gray Mongoose, Striped Hyena, Ratel, etc. in these forests during your wildlife tour in India. A wildlife tour with one of the India’s best travel agency, “The Indian Voyage” you can boost up your adventurous skills, which help in exploring the deepest part of the nature.

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