North Indian City Guide - Rajasthan - Ranthambore

Ranthambore is an ideal destination for nature lovers, a peaceful environment to enjoy the roaring of tigers in the vicinity. Ranthambore, one of the finest tiger reserves in the country, is the home of the royal wild cats living in the deciduous forests. The park was formally titled Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary in 1955 and then transformed into the Tiger Reserve in 1973. The sanctuary also houses a 1000-year-old fort with big, bulky gates and huge precincts, which was believed to have been built in 944 AD and is now considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Inside the fort, there are numerous temples that visitors can admire. The temples built with red karauli stones were raised during the 12th and 13th centuries, making the place a unique site for art lovers and others. There, one can witness the history of the fort written on the wall, which is still kept on display, which entices you to take a tour of the place.

Ranthambore - City Guide

Sprawling across the undulating terrain of the Aravalli and Vindhyan Ranges, Ranthambore National Park attracts nature lovers and environmentalists year-round. During the jeep safari in the early hours, we can enjoy roaming freely in close quarters with the majestic predators. Other species in the sanctuary include sambhar, chital, nilgai, spotted deer, chinkara, langur, wild boar, and leopards. The artificial lakes attract thousands of migratory birds.

Ranthambore Sanctuary, rich in flora and fauna, is a significant biosphere reserve that entertains visitors. Explore and enjoy nature in its original form—the most cherished experience for a lifetime.

Climatic Condition

During the end of April , May and June, the climate is very dry. From October to March, you can enjoy the climate.

Best Time To Visit

October to April is the ideal period to Visit Ranthambore Sanctuary. But, during summer, though the climate is very hot, you can spot more number of tigers.

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