Ranthambore Sawai 12 km away Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for Bengal Tigers which can be easily seen at any time of the day. Other animals found in this sanctuary are wild boar, Indian leopard, striped hyena, dull bear, crocodile and sambhar. There are manylakesin and around Ranthambore. Some of them are Padam Talao, Surwal Lake and Malik Talao. Another important attraction is the Ranthambore Fort which was built in 944 AD.
Best places to visit in Ranthambore
Tigers inRanthambore National Park(including popular dioral tigers) striped hyena leopards, sambar deer, nilgai, macaque, chital, jackal, ruffus tales green, black deer, chinkara, desert, Indian porpine small Indian mongoose etc. Ranthambore Fort is very popular. This fort at the top of a hill provides a spectacular view of the entire park. Apart from the breathtaking view, the fort is a historical and architectural wonder. It is the largest lake in Ranthambore National Park.
The Padam Pond is named after the water lily that grows in the lake during the season. On the outskirts of Kachida Valley Park, it consists of a large population of the park along with a large population of beer. The most beautiful lake in the park is Raj Bagh Talab. Scattered ruins on the shores of the lake add to its charm. Animals and birds that feed on the lake are some of the other attractions of the lake and it is the most favorite place for Sambhar deer and major tigers.
Lakra and Anantpura located in the northern and northwestern regions of the park. It is known as the best place for "sloth bears". Jogi Mahal, this place is a rest house in the middle of the forest. It is called the second largest banyan tree in India.
Why Go To Ranthambore
Many lakes , wildlife sanctuaries, spectacular vision |
Best time to visit Ranthambore
The best time to visit Ranthambore is from November to April when the weather is mild|