Ranthambore Online Safari Booking
Ranthambore Safari Booking
Ranthambore National Park Amazing Place To Visit In Rajasthan
Ranthambore National Park was first founded as the Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary by the Government of India in 1955. However, in 1973, it was pronounced as one of the ‘Project Tiger’ reserves in India and, in 1980 it was made a National Park. Later, in 1991, the adjoining Kela devi Sanctuary and Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary became part of the Ranthambore National Park. Today, it is one of the biggest national parks in India. This park was named after the ancient Ranthambhore fortress and is flanked by Banas River in the north and Chambal River in the south. The park is well known for tigers. There are Wildlife Safaris and Jeep Safaris to tour the Park and watch wild animals in their natural habitats, and that too from a close range. The Jeep safaris take about three and half hour to tour the entire park. Other than the majestic tigers, visitors also get to see leopards, deer, hyenas, crocodiles, boars, mongooses, jackals, gazelles etc.