(Sawai-Madhopur)Wild Life Park
National Park is located in the foothills of Aravali Ranges near the
small town of Sawai-Madhopur. Extended over an area of more then 392
sq. km the Ranthambhore Wildlife National Park is one of the India's
foremost illustrations of Project Tiger. Indian government has taken
all necessary efforts to conserve and regenerate the shrinking number
of tigers in India. A fine example of Project Tiger, Ranthambore was
declared a National Park in 1980.
The Wildlife Park enjoys the typical dry deciduous type of dense
forests dotted with Pine trees, Banyan and Dhok trees as the main
vegetation for animals. Among the more fascinating features of
Ranthambhore are the Banyan trees, some of which are known to be at
least 800 years old, boasting of the excellent specimen of flora in
Near Sawai Madhopur, in the state of
Main Wildlife Attractions
Tigers, Leopards and Peacock
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¤ Main Attractions
Great Indian Tiger
Ranthambore Wild Life Park is the home to the most royal beasts in
the world- the great Indian Tiger.
Ranthambore is among the renowned places in the world where the tiger
regime is supreme. There are about 25 tigers and 40 leopards in the
reserve. One can enjoy the sight of this royal beast near the water
holes like Padam Talab, Raj Bagh Talab and Milak Talab.
A stronghold built in 994 AD, this fort has a bloody history to tell.
Ranthambore Fort dating back to 10th century. The fort is perched on a
rocky outcrop in the heart of the park giving a magnificent view of
the entire wildlife region.