With a tiger population of around 70 which is still increasing, Rajasthan’s Ranthambore National Park has grown to become one of the biggest attractions for any wildlife enthusiast in India.
Ranthambore is one of the largest national parks in India and has been a sanctuary for wildlife from 1955. Before the 1900s, the area was used as a royal hunting ground. The park is named after the Ranthambore Fort located inside the reserve. The Government of India established Project Tiger in 1973 and aims to increase the population of Bengal tigers in their natural habitat.
The Ranthambore National Park offers great opportunities to the visitors for capturing the best shots here. It is considered as the best-fitted place for wildlife photography. Rivers like Chambal and Banas and some artificial lakes add up to its charm. Besides the park, there are amazing places like Ranthambore Fort, Jogi Mahal, and Kachida Valley that are interesting places to explore.
Ranthambore National Park
Sanganer Airport is the nearest airport and is located at Jaipur. The distance from Jaipur to Ranthambore is about one hundred eighty km. Regular flights are available for Jaipur from all major cities of India so tourists can land at this place smoothly. Tourists from Sanganer Airport can take a taxi or bus to reach the place comfortably. The charges of the buses are very affordable.
The nearest township of Sawai Madhopur is barely 15kms away from Ranthambore. You can reach Sawai Madhopur from Delhi, Jaipur or Agra.
Sawai Madhopur is the nearest railway station located at a distance of 10 km. The Sawai Madhopur railway terminal is well connected from all major cities so tourists can take a train from anywhere to reach the place smoothly. From outside the railway station, the tourists can take a local bus, taxi or cab to reach the Ranthambore smoothly.
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