Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park is situated 14 km from Sawai Madhopur district of eastern Rajasthan in India. The Park is surrounded by the Vindhyas and Aravalis hill range. By the turn of the century, the Ranthambore forests had become the private hunting reserves of the Maharaja of Jaipur and Sanctuary establishes in the year 1955 by the Indian Government & was declared as Project Tiger reserves in the year 1973.It acknowledged National Park in the year 1980 & later in the year 1991 the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve was enlarged to include Sawai Man Singh & Keladevi sanctuaries, total area was 1334 km. Ranthambore is known for its large tiger population. During the past few years, there has been a decline in the tiger population in Ranthambhore due to poaching and other reasons.

Ranthambore Safari

The best way to see wildlife in Ranthambore National Park is on a jungle safari, and seeing tigers makes your jungle safari more exciting. Ranthambore is one of the best national parks in the country due to its grasslands, dry deciduous forests, and other features. One of the best places in the country to see tigers is Ranthambore National Park. The Ranthambore Tiger Reserve covers 1700 square miles today. km, involving center and support regions. Every wildlife photographer, avid traveler, and wildlife enthusiast can find refuge in Ranthambore National Park.

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    Types of Safari in Ranthambore National Park:

    Ranthambore National Park offers two types of safari vehicle options to get into the forest and explore the wildlife. One is 6-seater Jeep and another is 20-seater Canter

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    Jeep Safari

    A 6-seater vehicle, open from all sides, a gypsy in Ranthambore is available for morning and evening safaris. There are 10 eco-tourism zones in Ranthambore, and a jeep safari is allowed in each of them. Jeep Safari is the best ways to enjoy wildlife sighting in Ranthambore National Park. At one time, 20 jeeps are allowed in Ranthambore. Gypsies are registered under Forest Department and are perfect for a small group. Jeep Safari is ideal for tiger sighting, birdwatching and photography in Ranthambore.

    Canter Safari

    Canter Safari

    The Canter is a bus with 20 seats that has all four sides open for the best view. The Canter Safari is organized in the two shifts - toward the beginning of the day time and in the early evening time. A total of 40 canters can enter the park for the safari in a single day because 20 canters are permitted to take tourists in one shift. When it comes to spotting wildlife, the Canter safari is just as comfortable as the Jeep and sometimes even better than the Jeep because you can see much further when sitting in a Canter than in a Jeep.

    Best Time to Visit Ranthambhore National Park

    S.No. Month Morning Trip Evening Trip
    1 1st October to 31st October 7.00 A.M. to 10.30 A.M. 2.30 P.M. to 6.00 P.M.
    2 1st November to 31st January 7.00 A.M. to 10.30 A.M. 2.00 P.M. to 5.30 P.M.
    3 1st February to 31st March 6.30 A.M. to 10.30 A.M 2.30 P.M. to 6.00 P.M.
    4 1st April to 15th May 6.00 A.M. to 9.30 A.M 3.00 P.M. to 6.30 P.M.

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    Animals In Ranthambore National Park

    Ranthambore is known for its large tiger population. During the past few years, there has been a decline in the tiger population in Ranthambhore due to poaching and other reasons. The number of tigers was 25 in 2005 and 48 in 2013. As of 2014, there were 62 tigers in Ranthambore National Park. The national park in Rajasthan is primarily known as the home to Royal Bengal Tigers. Other than this, the national park also has a rich population of leopards, sloth bears, several others make 40 species of mammals, 35 species of reptiles and 320 species of birds.

    The Bengal tiger

    The Bengal tiger is a population of the Panthera tigris tigris subspecies and the nominate Tiger subspecies. It ranks among the biggest wild cats alive today. It is considered to belong to the world's charismatic megafauna.

    The Sloth Bear

    Another predator of the Ranthambhore National Park is the sloth bear. The sloth bear, also known as the Indian bear, is a myrmecophagous bear species native to the Indian subcontinent.


    The leopard is again another endangered species owing to habitat destruction and is also a rare sight in the Ranthambore safari. The leopard is one of the five extant species in the genus Panthera. It has a pale yellowish to dark golden fur with dark spots grouped in rosettes. Its body is slender and muscular reaching a length of 92–183 cm with a 66–102 cm long tail and a shoulder height of 60–70 cm.

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