Ranthambore National Park


Standing out remarkably in an extensive denuded tract, the Ranthambhore National Park reflects a unique juxtaposition of historical and natural richness. It proffers a winding terrain with slopes, hills, steep ridges, hillocks, pebbly ravines and flat valleys. The park spreads over a vast expansion of 392 sq km and it happens to be the finest example for conservation of Tigers. It is not just the tigers that make the park so special. The park is an exceptional place where history and the mother nature intertwined together to present a stunning spectacle. One cannot witness the astonishing scenery of spotting the wildlife under the roof of a superb architectural splendor of yesteryears. The remnant of the old fort inside the park has been reclaimed by the inhabitants of the park.
In 1955 this park was declared as a wildlife sanctuary and later in the year 1980 it got the status of a National Park. During 1984, the northeast and southern forests were declared as Keladevi and Sawai Man Singh sanctuaries. Ranthambhore National Park is renowned as the perfect asylum for the tigers. The sheer joy of spotting the tigers in the daylight could not be sketched through words. One can even see the tigers hunt in front of the visitors. Apart from the royal inhabitants, the park exposes the visitors in to a world of natural beauty with a wide variety of vegetation. The thick woody forests of the park is a hub of so many estranged wild animals.

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