Welcome to Ranthambore National Park


Welcome to Ranthambore National Park

With its own class and charm, Ranthambore National Park has a prominent position in India's tourism industry. Ranthambore National Park is undoubtedly the most well-known National Park in India, while not being one of the largest. The Ranthambore forest covers an area of 1334 sq km, with 392 sq km of that being designated as a national park. It is located close to the Aravali highlands and Vindhya plateau. The Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, which is highly regarded for providing a natural habitat to a sizable population of Royal Bengal tigers, is well-known among wildlife enthusiasts for having tigers that are active during the day. This makes it easy for visitors to see tigers while on a day safari.

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About Ranthambore national Park

Ranthambore National park is stretched across an area of 392 sq km. together with its surrounding sanctuaries such, the Mansingh Sanctuary and Kaila Devi Sanctuary. The park is largely recognised for its tigers, and is one of the best spots in India to witness the beautiful predators in its natural habitat. Even during the day, when they are actively engaged in hunting and providing for their young, tigers are easily recognised.

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