Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary: Perfect place for Jungle Safari

Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary

If you are planning for an enchanting wildlife tour in India, a visit to Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary can be worthwhile. On your India wildlife holiday tour you can explore rich flora and fauna in dense forest of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve during your tour. Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary is an ideal home to a variety of wildlife species in thick forest. Ranthambore wildlife attracts most of the tourists from all over the world visit India wildlife sanctuaries to discover its interesting wildlife. Ranthambore wildlife parks make the nation a heaven for nature lovers.

First of all we can take a look at the background of Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary. This beautiful wildlife destination is also called Ranthambore National Park and Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve. Ranthambore to be found at the junction of the rolling hills of Aravalli and Vindhya mountain ranges in Sawai Madhopur district Rajasthan India. Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary was established in 1955 as the Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary, and become Project Tiger reserves in 1973. Ranthambore sanctuary declared a national park in 1980.

Ranthambore Wildlife Park covers an area of 392 square kilometer. The total area of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is around 1700 sq km including its nearby wildlife sanctuaries. Ranthambore just 14 kilometer away from Sawai Madhopur railway station and it is about 180 km from the capital of Rajasthan Jaipur. Sanganer, Jaipur is the nearest airport of Ranthambhore National Park or sawai Madhopur district.

Ranthambore National park is one of the principal wildlife national parks in Northern Province of India. It is not only one of the majority well-liked wildlife destination in India but also one of the best wildlife tourist place to see royal Bengal tigers in usual habitat. Ranthambore is also famous for its old monument and major monument attraction is Ranthambore Fort, a tenth century old fort also blends cordially with the backdrop. Ranthambore is known as for its tigers, traditional art, culture, water bodies, castles and much more. Here tourists will see the varied wildlife places along with the numbers of wildlife species.

Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary is visited by thousands of tourists from the every corner of country every year from October to June. Ranthambore National Park ‘s safari zone 1 to 5 remains open from October to June for tourists and it is closed for tourism activities in the monsoon season whereas other safari zone 6 to 10 remains open throughout the year. There are most slippery safari roads in zone 1 to 5 in monsoon season, Due to which there is a danger of accident there, while this situation is low in other Safari zones 6 to 10. Due to the openness of some safari areas, tourists also enjoy Ranthambore jungle safari in monsoon.

On holiday in Ranthambore, tourist enjoy with wildlife excursion. They are always excited to see the tiger in the natural habitat. While Royal Bengal tigers in Ranthambore can be seen easily for the duration of the day time. Tiger sighting in wildlife sanctuary is purely depends on luck and it is matter of chance. There are two types of safari vehicles are run by the Forest Department for Ranthambore National Park Tour. 

Ranthambore jungle safari vehicles include jeeps and Canter. Jeep has six seats and it is open topped. And jeep safari is a best option for small group or privately to visit Ranthambore National Park, while Canter [an open topped 20 seat safari bus] is a great option for large groups and cheap travel in Ranthambore National Park jungle safari. Both safari vehicles run on the same path in Ranthambore except the zones 7 and 8. these zone have steep climb up and much hilly track that is why canter is not allowed by the forest department.

Lavish green forest and meadow in valleys in the region of the canals make beautiful landscape in Ranthambore National Park. There are three water bodies- Raj Bagh Lake, Malik Lake and Padam Talab are alike beryllium Herbs in the huge forest that exuberate with river plants including lotus, lilies and duckweeds. There is a territory of tiger in every zone of Ranthambore National Park. Tiger is a territorial wild animal but those who are destined to see the tiger only.

Ranthambore National Park draws attention of various adventure, wildlife photographers and wildlife lovers. Besides of the Tiger, visitors can also see striped hyenas, leopard, jackals, Indian flying foxes, Chinkara (Indian Gazelle or antelope), sambar deer (Antler) and many more. In search of for Wildlife tour in India plans a trip to the charming Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary .The place is identical with tigers. If you love adventure and great venture then you can trial the Jungle Safari in Ranthambore National Park.

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