Ranthambore National Park

One of the largest national parks in northern India, the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is considered as one of the best places to eye the powerful majestic predator, Indian Tiger. It is a major wildlife tourist lure and attracts wildlife lovers and photographers.  It’s the varied flora and fauna of the Park that makes it stand out. Ranthambore National Park was declared a wildlife sanctuary in the year 1957 and in 1974 it was given the protection of "Project Tiger".

Dotted with numerous structures narrating the stories of the past world, the Ranthambore National Park houses the much famous Ranthambore Fort, which is the wonder of the Chauhan dynasty. With time, while some of the structures got demolished, some structures still stand as it is. Standing at a height of 700ft, the fort is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Another major attraction here is the Trinetra Ganesh Temple. Dedicated to the entire family of Lord Ganesga, the Trinetra Ganesh Temple was built by King Hammer. With five aartis held everyday, the temple remains soaked in spirituality. Serenity seekers can head to the Surwal Lake and Padam Lake situated within the National Park.

Raj Bagh Ruins is another prominent attraction that adds to the distinctiveness of the Wildlife Reserve. These ruins let you walk down the memory lanes where you learn about the royal era of Rajasthan mirroring in the relics of arches, palace outhouses, domes and steps.

Other popular attractions located at Ranthambore National Park are:

How to Reach Ranthambore National Park
By Air: Jaipur is the closest airport for Ranthambore National Park. From Jaipur, travellers can either hire car or take bus services to reach the Park which is located just 180 km away.
By Rail: The nearest railway station is Sawai Madhopur which is well linked to other major cities of India.
By Road: Road travel is also a great option as Rajasthan road network offers seamless connectivity to all the neighbouring states.


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