Ranthambore National Park is one of the principal and most celebrated national parks in Northern part of India. This park is situated in Sawai Madhopur district of the south-eastern part of Rajasthan. Sawai madhopur is about 130 kms from Jaipur city. Having well thought-out as one of the well-known and ancient hunting grounds of the Jaipur Maharajas, at the moment, the Ranthambore National Park topography is the chief wildlife sightseeing spot that has caught the attention of a lot of wildlife photographers and adorers in this area. Ranthambore National park is extended greater than an area of about 1,334 sq km in conjunction with its close by sanctuaries such as, the Kaila Devi Sanctuary and Mansingh Sanctuary. The park is chiefly well-known for tigers and is one of the most excellent spots in India to notice the regal predators in its natural territory. The mighty tigers can be effortlessly spotted even during the hours of daylight. They will be active at their ordinary mission- hunting and feeding their cubs.
Ranthambore is also considered as a well known heritage destination owing to its illustrative carcass that marks the wildlife park. Without doubt, a visit to Ranthambore National Park is an extravagance for each and every wildlife and nature adorers. The time that is spent on watching the mighty tigers roaming around, luxuriant foliage, a range of other species of cheery birds and animals is inestimable and worth adequate to be researched no less than once in a person’s existence.
New Tiger safari zone:
Now, there is great news from the Ranthambhore National Park!! The Ranthambhore National Park has launched a brand new destination for Tiger Safari commencing from January 18th, 2014. Generally, Tiger detection is a bit of a major criteria that is on top of the lists of majority of the voyagers who visit Ranthambhore National Park. Nothing could satisfy that eagerness to spot and click a mighty tiger. However, the surplus visitors visiting various tiger zones (permitted) have made things uncomfortable for all the guests and forest surroundings. In an attempt to diminish the pressure of tourist on the accessible 9 zones, an additional zone is established for Tiger Safari in the destination named “Antri” at the Ranthambhore National Park. Followed by the 2 to 3 months research, the forest administrators obeyed the rules that there should be 4 or 5 adult tigers and 3 cubs in this new zone. Above and beyond, the new zone also boasts some good-looking water bodies in addition to the incidence of panther which is also an additional magnetism.
So, what are you thinking about? Be pleased about the added attraction of Ranthambore National Park and plan for an audacious and confortable Tiger Safari at the Ranthambhore National Park as soon the booking opens. Also, you can enjoy the lavishness of the nearby Royal Rajasthani Palace in Nahargarh.