Ranthambore is one of the best places in the country to see these majestic predators in the wild and it is famous for its tigers which are situated in Eastern Rajasthan. Between October and April is a best time to visit when the dry deciduous forests nature makes sightings common. Its scrub hemmed of the wild jungle in by steep crags. From around the globe, it attracts lakhs of tourist every year. This is set between Vindhya and Aravali ranges. The Ranthambore Park spread an area of 1334 sq km its scrub hemmed of wild jungle in by steep crags. Between October and February is the best time to visit here.
Central India magnificent jungles, its deciduous forests were once a part of the magnificent jungles. One can also see crumbling mosques and temples within it, blue green, crocodile filled lakes, ‘hides’, chhatris and 10th century Ranthambore Fort. This park was a hunting ground of maharajas in 1970 - after it had become a sanctuary a curious 15 years. The park has a rich diversity of flora and fauna for a relatively small area includes the list of species 272 birds, 300 trees, 12 reptiles and 50 aquatic plants including 30 mammals and the Crocodile of March & amphibians.
Today, Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary offers an intense diversity of fauna and flora for the wildlife savvy. Dotted the landscape with ancient Banyan Trees, Pipal trees & Dhok, mango tree clusters and crisscrossed with belts of evergreen. Forest suddenly opening up into large areas of Savannah, streams and perennial lakes, is made up of massive rock formations. Being the most prominent tree with Dhok, the forest is the type of typically dry deciduous. This Park is a favorite with photographers and is famous for its Tiger. One of the best places in the country makes by Tigers the park’s pride to observe them.
Apart from that a large number of birds, Nilgai, Monitor Lizards, a large numbers of Sambar, Gazelle, Indian Hare, Chital, Mongoose and Boars. It is also home to about 270 birds’ species including birds of migratory a large number. Here, some of the many bird life varieties found are the great Indian horned owl, ducks, kingfishers, geese, parakeets, quail, spoonbills, partridge and storks. Peacock (National Bird of India) is the most visible bird in Ranthambore. In this city there is also the prominent and historically rich Ranthambore Fort.
Wildlife Safaris: During the monsoon Ranthambore National Park is close. By jeep (which takes five people) is the best way to travel. Still, from a canter, you have a good opportunity of seeing a tiger. It takes three hours. Jeeps leave at 7am and 2.30 pm and both canters from October to February.
By Road: Buses is a good network to connecting Sawai Madhopur, within the state of Rajasthan, from Ranthambore the nearest town to all the major cities.
By Train: Away from railway station of Sawai Madhopur, Ranthambore National Park is around 11km that lies on the Delhi to Bombay trunk route.
By Air: The nearest airport is Jaipur at 145 km from Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary.