Ranthambore National Park

One of the most prominent national parks in northern India, Ranthambore national park is a name that goes around rather quickly since the era of the Rajasthan Maharajas. If wildlife and nature are your calling, Ranthambore national park will be an absolute delight to your thrill-seeking soul.

Spread over 392 square kilometers in area, Ranthambore national park is in close vicinity to its sister sanctuaries such as the Mansingh sanctuary and the Kaila Devi sanctuary. Located in the Sawai Madhopur district and 130 kilometers from the capital city of Jaipur, Ranthambore national park is one of the most important travel destinations in the state of Rajasthan. The glorious maharajas of the culturally rich state of Rajasthan used this park as a hunting ground for years during their rule. Years later, travel enthusiasts and wildlife photographers find themselves amidst exhilarating encounters with animals – making them return to breathe in some more of that royalty and wilderness. Famous for its streak of tigers, one could easily spot the powerful creatures in their natural habitat in Ranthambore national park. Behold the mighty cat, and let the memory etch in your brain. If tigers are not the right call for you, there are a plethora of different species coexisting in that space along with the ruins of a time long gone, making it a beautiful heritage site as well as a natural wonder.

Ranthambore National Park Tours