It is a famous wildlife region in Rajsthan. The name of this place is derived from the two hills namely Ran and Thambhore. The entire region is magnificent environment which is further beautified by thick deciduous forests, rich flora and fauna. It serves as homage for wide span of species. It has legendary history and glorious past. It is a dream destination of nature lovers and wild life enthusiasts. The lovely hills, beautiful ravines and Lakes, amazing ponds and pretty Lakes are the true treasures of Ranthambhore. It is a small animal kingdom where one can get a glimpse of several wildlife species. It provides a fabulous mixture of wildlife and heritage. It enthralls each and every visitors with its breathtaking landscapes, gushing streams, grasslands, deep ravines, densely wooded valleys and open scrubs. It is surely rejuvenating and refreshing to visit Ranthambhore.
Places to visit
Ranthambhore Natonal Park
It is the major tourist attraction here which offers an opportunity to get a glimpse of various wildlife species. It is also a perfect asylum of tigers. It is one of the excellent tiger reservoirs. Inside the part one can find a Ranthambhore fortress.
It is located inside the park and considered one of the master pieces of architecture. The fort was constructed in 944 AD and encompasses several defense echanisms.
How to reach Ranthambhore
Jaipur airport is the nearest airport.
Sawai Madhopur is the closest railway station.
There is good bus connectivity available to reach Ranthambhore from various parts of Rajasthan.
In summer 32-45 C and in winter 528 C and best visited from October to March.