7 Reasons to Visit Ranthambore Tiger Reserve

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve

Spotting a tigers in their natural habitat is the only desire to explore the wildlife reserve. There are many wildlife reserves in India, which has the highest population of Royal Bengal Tigers. Throughout the year, wildlife enthusiasts travel from one wildlife reserve to other just to capture the majestic walk of tigers in cameras. Among them Ranthambore National Park located in Sawai Madhopur District is also includes which is extended to an area of 1334 sq kilometers and is famous for rich tiger population. There are many wildlife reserves in India but there is something unique and different about Ranthambore. The dry barren lands, pleasing atmosphere, gravel roads, ruins and historical attractions makes it a perfect place for wildlife safari.

1: Rich wildlife species –

the wildlife reserve is enriched with exotic fauna species to spot in the biodiversity. Ranthambore tiger reserve is not only related to tigers but there are many other fauna species to spot in the national park. Animals like leopard, jackals, black buck, sloth bear, desert cats, mongoose, rattles, deer, and five-stripped palm.Attractive fauna’s at Ranthambore

2: Spot wild animals in their natural habitat –

wildlife reserve is all about spotting wild animals in their natural habitat. Imagine how terrifying it will be when you hear roar of a tiger while enjoying the safari and suddenly you spot a tiger looking at you. You never know who is rendering in the forest, so keep calm and spot wildlife.  Kanha National Park

3: Capture the exotic bird species –

hear the chirping of birds in the forest, and capture the exclusive range of birds in the forest area. People even visit the wildlife reserve for bird watching tour, it is an experience that needs calmness and patience and the course of good set of binoculars. Some of the exotic bird species you can find in Ranthambore are Gray Hornbills, Flycatchers, Flamingos, and Nightjars.Bird Watching in Ranthambore

4: Rich flora and ancient banyan tree –

the wildlife reserve is also blessed with the wild woods, vegetation, dry grasslands, and other flora species. The biodiversity covers more than 300 species of flora and fauna. In the forest area, you can find the large number of banyan trees. The forest of Ranthambore has a lot of contrasting vegetation, plants and exotic flowers.Rich flora and ancient banyan tree ranthambore

5: The UNESCO hill fort –

Ranthambore is also known as the heritage site of Rajasthan because of its descriptive ruins of the fort within the wildlife reserve. Ranthambore Fort is almost 700 ft high and located 5 kilometers deep inside the park. The fort is also recognized as UNESCO’s World Heritage Site under the “Hill forts of Rajasthan”.Ranthambore Fort

6: Warm Hospitality and ambiance of resort –

there are many places to stay in Ranthambore ranging from luxury hotels to resorts. You can easily find lodging in Ranthambore and experience their warm hospitality and services. Maa Aashapura farm is a great option for getting accommodated in Ranthambore. Maa Aashapura farm also offers horse safari in the barren lands of Ranthambore and admire the enriched beauty.Resort in Ranthambore Rajasthan

7: Serene Lakes, mountains, and ruins –

the National Park is beautifully enclosed by rising grounds of Aravalli and Vindhayas ranges which are dotted with temples. Ranthambore National Park is surrounded with many lakes like a shallow seasonal lake, Surwal Lake, and other water-bodies.Serene Lakes, mountains, and ruins

The vibrant and mesmerizing beauty of this tiger reserve is completely different which you will surely love to explore. The thrilling adventure of wildlife safari in Ranthambore is unique in itself. Plan your wildlife trip with friends and family and experience the adventure. You can consider your Ranthambore trip in the winter season which is considered as the best time to visit. The park remains close in the months of July to September due to the rainy season.