This Rajasthan tour give yourself the fun filled ride of jeep safari at the Ranthambore National Park and get closer to wildlife.
Rajasthan is renowned for its mystical geographical traits and royal culture. Known as the state of kings and rulers, it also is a place of exotic safaris, dynamic sand dunes, and flourishing forests. If you have been thinking of Rajasthan tour then October to March happen to be the ideal time of paying a visit to the Ranthambore National Park. The wildlife reservoir remains close for the rest of the year except for the months mentioned.
An insight to Ranthambore National Park
There is nothing as thrilling as being guests to the highly acknowledged Indian tigers residing at the Ranthambore National Park while you are on a Rajasthan tour. It happens to be among the various sanctuaries working under the Tiger Project reserves. The national park lies near the meeting point of Aravali and Vindhyas mountain ranges in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. It is spread over an area of about 400 sq kms.
Wildlife at a glance
Diurnal tigers out here are known as the prized attraction. However, other than these celebrity tigers, you can even see other animals like leopards, hyena, jackal, sloth bear, wild boars, nilgai and distinctive species of Indian monkey. Aquatic species including snub nosed crocodiles, lizards, tortoise, cobras, kraits, turtles, Indian python, rat snakes and Indian chameleon too are the regular inhabitants. The park also homes 270 species of birds like owl, spoonbills, kingfishers, storks, ducks and the pride of India, peacocks.
Activities to enjoy
Places of accommodation
There is a wide range of hotels and resorts in Ranthambore which will cater excellent stay for you.
International airport at Jaipur; capital city of Rajasthan, happens to be the nearest airport to Ranthambore. It is around 148 kms from Ranthambore. For the ones opting for train as the travel mode, Sawai Madhopur serves as the nearest railway station.Enjoy the safari ride and make your Rajasthan tour a bit more adventurous!!
Rajasthan or the land of magnificent forts, the Aravali Range, and the great Thar Desert is never short of surprises. In fact, every season shows a different picture of Rajasthan. While it’s hot and humid in summers, winters are chilly yet pleasant.
After the hot Indian summer, comes the great Indian monsoon. Monsoon comes as a great relief from the three months of blistering heat extending from the month of April to June.